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We're Going to Disney World: Part 1 

Frank's mother comes to town and offers to take the whole family to Disney world for a week. JT tries to impress some girls by spending big. Mark tries to organise a Disney world record. The girls decide to enter a talent contest.


(as Richard Correll)


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Cody Lambert (credit only)
Helen Lambert
Jeff Juday ...
Julie Uribe ...
Lauren Meyering ...


Frank's widowed ma Helen Lambert makes the whole family an 'early inheritance' gift': a week with her in Disney world, so the couple can forget about a mountain weekend to celebrate their wedding anniversary. Rich has followed 800 miles by bus at J.T.'s invitation. Flash drove that far just to return Frank's hammer and decides when Mark reads the record of the Magic Kingdom's attractions, shops and eating places is currently held by a Russian, coached ruthlessly by master-organizer Mark, who actually gets permission to monitor him from the park headquarters, assisted by Brandon. Even Rich isn't dumb enough to believe J.T. is wise to spend all their hard-earned savings on crazy luxury for two girls they meet, but goes along- till they're broke, then even breaks up their old friendship... The girls decide to enter a Country and Western talent-contest with cowboy-focused Dana and Al as talented Karen's backing choir... Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Family | Romance




Release Date:

3 May 1996 (USA)  »

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