The Partridge Family: Season 4, Episode 10

A Day of Honesty (17 Nov. 1973)

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Keith goes to see a movie but sneaks in without paying. He is caught, and Shirley imposes a punishment on the whole family by having everyone be totally honest for 24-hours.

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Keith goes to see a movie but sneaks in without paying. He is caught, and Shirley imposes a punishment on the whole family by having everyone be totally honest for 24-hours.

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To tell the truth
4 March 2014 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"A Day of Honesty" hearkens back to earlier seasons, a family-centric entry where Danny gets caught sneaking into a movie theater without paying for a ticket, losing all movie-going privileges for one month. Eventually, Shirley decides to have everyone be completely honest for 24 hours. Need one ask, that proves to be far more difficult than anticipated, Danny keeping track of all the dishonest things he sees. Familiar faces include Archie Hahn and Joseph Perry (last of four appearances). The featured song is the hard rocking "Roller Coaster" (opening track from eighth LP BULLETIN BOARD), composed by Mark James, and later heard in the very last episode, "...---... (S.O.S.)"


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