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Another Mother - September 30, 1981 

After leaping into a single mother, Sam must prevent the 15-year-old son of his host from disappearing. Al and Sam also find out that very young children can see them as they really are.

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Teresa Bruckner (as Troian Avery Bellisario)
Allison Barron ...
Jackie Arnett
Andrew Held ...
Teddy
Larron Tate ...
Ox
Kevin Telles ...
David
Eric Welch ...
Paul
Terrence Evans ...
Stick
Michael Kemmerling ...
Lemule
Alina Cenal ...
Rafaella
Molly Meeker ...
Linda Bruckner
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Storyline

Sam leaps into the body of a divorced mother of three whose eldest son, 15 year-old Kevin, will run away from home in the next 24 hours never to be seen again. Kevin is at that awkward age where he's embarrassed that he's still a virgin. His so-called friends decide to pull a practical joke on him leading him to run away. Sam and Al also learn that a young child can see both of them and have to come up with some pretty quick answers. Written by garykmcd

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TV-PG
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10 January 1990 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?

Trivia

The "laboratory" building seen in the beginning starting with "Another Mother" is also seen in "Buck Rogers in the 25th Century" and the original "Battlestar Galactica" See more »

Goofs

Sam says that _"Magnum, PI" (1980-1988)_ will continue to run for the next eight years. In actual fact, Magnum ran for another six years and seven months after the time period Sam leaped to for this episode. See more »

Quotes

[about Al]
Sam: The fact that you were a practicing pervert at the age of 5 has nothing to do with the rest of the world!
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Connections

Features Magnum, P.I.: The Black Orchid (1981) See more »

Soundtracks

Call Me
(uncredited)
Written by Debbie Harry & Giorgio Moroder
Performed by Blondie (1980)
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