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Love Is in the Air 

Robbie is already in heaven expecting to win $100,000 on TV in two weeks, and generously roots for dads happiness with much older Monica Lang, who his sisters sort of selfishly shun as ... See full summary »

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Dr. Sydney Hansen
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Joanie Hansen
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Robbie Hansen
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Lynda Hansen
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Dr. James Hansen
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Andi Paulsen
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John Currier
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Burt Ridley
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Izzy Nunez
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Monica Lang
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Chuck Chance
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Peggy
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Teacher (as Terry Urdang)
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Robbie is already in heaven expecting to win $100,000 on TV in two weeks, and generously roots for dads happiness with much older Monica Lang, who his sisters sort of selfishly shun as step-mother-to-be. Syd's old friend John Currier intends to turn from workaholic to recreational angler after beating his pancreatic cancer; alas the oncologist tells her it spread hopelessly already... Joanie stupidly starts a fire in her Barkery and wakes up in the strong arms of part-time barman-fireman Burt Ridley; even better, he asks her out for lunch and calls her the only significant girl since he has both jobs, only after a passionate kiss lets her realize he's her secret Zorro... Quizmaster Chuck Chance's assistant Andy shows Robbie a trivia gossip book; he does well in Down On Your Luck, but wonders how many answers are in that very book... Syd invites Monica for a family dinner but sees her intimate with a younger man. John dies... Written by KGF Vissers

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5 May 2000 (USA)  »

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