The Partridge Family (1970–1974)
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Aspirin at 7, Dinner at 8 

Shirley has a first date with a pediatrician. At dinner, he orders the food so Shirley does not eat fat, cholesterol, salt, or other negative food items. She tries to discourage him from another date, but he is persistent.

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Keith Douglas Partridge
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Laurie Partridge
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Danny Partridge
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Christopher 'Chris' Partridge
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Tracy Partridge
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Reuben Kincaid
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Shirley has a first date with a pediatrician. At dinner, he orders the food so Shirley does not eat fat, cholesterol, salt, or other negative food items. She tries to discourage him from another date, but he is persistent.

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5 January 1973 (USA)  »

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The title is from the play 'Dinner at Eight', which opened on Broadway in New York City, New York, USA on 22 October 1932 and closed in May 1933 after 232 performances. See more »

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One Day At A Time
Music & Lyrics by Terry Cashman & T.P. West
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Gerald Hiken and Nancy Walker
4 March 2014 | by See all my reviews

"Aspirin at 7, Dinner at 8" marks the return of Gerald Hiken's Dr. Bernie Applebaum, previously seen in "In 25 Words or Less," longtime pediatrician for Shirley's children, now determined to take her out on a date. Thinking nothing of dining in such a romantic setting as the hospital commissary, he practically starves poor Shirley by ordering only the healthiest of food for her to eat. Nancy Walker (mother of Valerie Harper's Rhoda Morgenstern) is in her element as Bernie's mother, who remains convinced that wedding bells will soon sound for her bachelor offspring. This was the third and final script from SOAP/THE GOLDEN GIRLS creator Susan Harris. The featured song is "One Day at a Time," composed by Terry Cashman and T. P. West, previously heard in "A Likely Candidate" (from the LP CROSSWORD PUZZLE).


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