Step by Step (1991–1998)
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Where Have You Gone, Joe DiMaggio? 

JT makes fun of Karen wearing a pregnancy pad. Then he and Frank are dared to wear the pads for a weekend. Cody takes Brendan to see his favourite play Kenny Barton but is unable to get his signature because Brendan hasn't got $50.

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(as Richard Correll)

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Harmon Killebrew ...
Harmon Killebrew
Pepper Sweeney ...
Kenny Barton
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Ballplayer
Krystal Benn ...
Girl Scout
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When JT makes fun of Karen who wears a fake pregnancy ('wale') suit, while Carol is really expecting, Barky dares the short-sighted kid, for an utter admission of the weaker sex, worth foot-kissing, by keeping up a fake pregnancy the whole weekend; Frank knew better, but still accepts Carol's identical dare. Their initial fun ceases when landed with public chick chores in the wale suits... Meanwhile ever kind Cody takes young Brendan to a baseball-game to see his favorite player Kenny Barton, according to Carol a bad role model, but when Cody distracts the guard Edgar, so Brandon can ask his idol an autograph in the locker-room on his only home-run-ball, but the man's implacable $50 greed, no kids discount, destroys the boy's admiration, he even dumps the ball. Fortunately Cody is till around, and already Edgar's friend, so he goes tells the ugly truth to the press, live on air; they thus meet star sports reporter Harmon Killebrew, an oldie in the Hall of Fame, who couldn't agree more... Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Family | Romance

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28 April 1995 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The title is a line from the song Mrs. Robinson by Simon & Garfunkel used in the movie The Graduate (1967). See more »

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