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A Few Good Men 

As graduation approaches, Hayward begins the process of applying for various scholarships with little success. In the meantime, Goldstein gets awarded a scholarship but for some reason ... See full summary »

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Ken Reeves
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Sybil Buchanan
Ed Bernard ...
Jim Willis
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James Hayward
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Morris Thorpe
Nathan Cook ...
Milton Reese
Erik Kilpatrick ...
Curtis Jackson (credit only)
Byron Stewart ...
Warren Coolidge
Ken Michelman ...
Abner Goldstein
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Mario 'Salami' Pettrino
Ira Angustain ...
Ricky Gomez
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Nick Vitaglia
Russell Phillip Robinson ...
Manager Phil Jefferson
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Ron Taylor
Fran Myers ...
Kathy Plunkett
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As graduation approaches, Hayward begins the process of applying for various scholarships with little success. In the meantime, Goldstein gets awarded a scholarship but for some reason refuses it. Goldstein then makes a very important decision that will change his life for a few years even without going to college. Also, Ken is invited to go on a tour of Europe with several of his fellow teachers, but when he finds out that the first week of the tour coincides with the US Open golf tournament he cancels out even though it means he might mess up his relationship with his girlfriend. Written by Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>

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1 April 1980 (USA)  »

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