Shirley's recent boyfriend, the politician, comes to town. He brings his daughter along. While Shirley and Dick enjoy being together, his daughter has a crush on Danny and he cannot escape her.

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Laurie Partridge
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Tracy Partridge
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Shirley's recent boyfriend, the politician, comes to town. He brings his daughter along. While Shirley and Dick enjoy being together, his daughter has a crush on Danny and he cannot escape her.

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2 February 1973 (USA)  »

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Danny: Look, Keith, you've got to help me.
Keith: No, I don't.
Danny: All I need is a little advice.
Keith: About what?
Danny: About how to get rid of a woman that's crazy about you.
Keith: All right. You might start by revealing some of your bad points, which shouldn't be too difficult. Discourage her.
Danny: It wouldn't work. She'd know I was lying.
Keith: One thing's for sure: she's not hooked on your humility.
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Walking In The Rain
Music & Lyrics by Barry Mann (as Mann) - Cynthia Weil (as Weil) - Phil Spector (as Spector)
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Even with Jodie Foster guesting, it's a lackluster love affair
20 September 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Shirley's semi-boyfriend Richard Lawrence brings his pre-teen daughter over to meet the Partridges, and the precocious blonde tyke gets a crush on...Danny? One of the weakest episodes of the otherwise first-rate third season has Jodie Foster guest-starring, yet the script gives her no sharp lines and the director doesn't utilize her inherent smarts or charm. One would think a romantic-minded little girl might swoon over pop-idol Keith instead of Danny, and pudgy Danny Bonaduce is an ill-fitting screen-match with small-stature Foster, who was ten when this was filmed but looks about eight. Not even Women's Lib-minded Laurie bothers to say anything when Foster's Julie turns down her favorite vegetable because Danny hates carrots. The episode smacks of writing done by someone who probably never even watched the show, and the only lively sequence is when Keith and the family launch into "Walking in the Rain" at an unnamed outdoor venue.


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