Step by Step: Season 4, Episode 12

I'll Be Home for Christmas (16 Dec. 1994)

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It's Christmas time and JT feels that he can going skiing with his mates now that he is 18. However, the trip doesn't quite go as expected. Bad-tempered Aunt Edna comes for a visit, much to Frank and the children's displeasure.

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It's Christmas time and JT feels that he can going skiing with his mates now that he is 18. However, the trip doesn't quite go as expected. Bad-tempered Aunt Edna comes for a visit, much to Frank and the children's displeasure.

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The title is taken from the classic 1943 Christmas song "I'll Be Home for Christmas" written by Buck Ram, Kim Gannon and Walter Kent which came out the same year as another classic "White Christmas". See more »

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Tame
25 December 2009 | by See all my reviews

Low key episode of this show that deals with Doris Roberts as a grumbly aunt who shows up for dinner, much to the dismay of the rest of the family.

I believe this episode also contends with JT going away to a ski lodge that turns out to be a bust, with appearances by the Beavis and Butthead characters.

Finally JT and Frank must relent and confess they each wanted the other to WANT JT to be there for Christmas with the family. Can't recall a lot of Cody in this episode. I know he kind of steps out of a later Christmas episode with only a brief (albeit ironic) Chrissy Snow of Three's Company appearance at the beginning, before he was removed entirely from the show.

Episode ends with friends, cast and loved ones gathered around the piano singing Christmas carols. Fa la la la la la la


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