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Year: 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1987 | 1988 | 1989 | 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Dead Wrong: The John Evans Story

24 January 1984
Convicted of murder and set for execution, John Evans tells his story to the prison chaplain.

Season 1, Episode 2: Welcome Home, Jellybean

27 March 1984
A CBS Schoolbreak Special about a 12-year-old mentally-challenged girl, whose parents decide to remove her from the institution where she was raised, in order to try to give her a home life.

Dana Hill ... Geraldine 'Jellybean' Oxley

Deborah May ... Margaret Oxley

Burke Byrnes ... Ted Oxley
Christopher Collet ... Neil Oxley

Basil Hoffman ... Mr. Rasmussen
Irene Tedrow ... Miss Bowring
Vince Howard ... Mr. Parrish

Courtney Gains ... Joe Newbolt
Beau Dremann ... Beef Adams
Doug Toby ... The East Ender

John Richard Petersen ... Student (uncredited)
Michael J. White ... Student (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: All the Kids Do It

24 April 1984
A teenage boy (played by Baio) suffers the consequences of drinking and driving.

Scott Baio ... Buddy Elder

George Dzundza ... Mr. Elder
Jeremy Licht ... Matt Elder

Frances Lee McCain ... Mrs. Elder

Leslie Hope ... Linda

Geoffrey Blake ... Lon

Danny DeVito ... Ackroyd
Tommy Swerdlow ... Denny

Joel Polis ... Coach
Israel Juarbe ... Todd (as Israel Jurabe)
Jonathan Chapin ... Lowry
Jim Baker ... Uncle Phil (as Jim B. Baker)
Dwayne Hall ... Jeff
Jeanne Hepple ... Teacher
Anderson Martin ... Teenage Driver

John Richard Petersen ... Student

Season 1, Episode 4: The Alfred G. Graebner Memorial High School of Rules and Regulations

12 June 1984
Teenagers from diverse backgrounds experience their freshman year in High School.

Kelly Wolf ... Julie Ross

Fisher Stevens ... Gary Gordon
Elizabeth Halvorsen ... Nat Landis

Martha Gehman ... Izzy Otis
Karl Unterholzner ... Tony Lambert

Rex Steven Sikes ... Albert Winkelfas (as Steven Rex)
Johann Carlo ... Consuela Fabian
Catherine Burns ... Ms Killiam

Joey Dedio ... 2nd Boy (as Joe Dedio)

Alix Elias ... Miss Cooley

Craig Gilmore ... Eric Feldman

Lee Godart ... Mr. Conrad

Rufus Norris ... Registration Teacher
Kelly Pease ... Roger Capellini

Suzanne Snyder ... Candy Barnett (as Suzy Snyder)

Natalie Strauss ... Emily Marx
Julie Tesh ... Cafeteria Girl
Jenn Thompson ... Dawn Fumpmeister
Jon Renfield ... 1st Boy (uncredited)

Jonathan Tiersten ... Chip Beddington (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Hear Me Cry

16 October 1984
Two high school sophomores decide to make a suicide pact.

Lee Montgomery ... David Goldman

Robert MacNaughton ... Craig Parsons

David Spielberg ... Dr. Goldman

Bibi Besch ... Mrs. Goldman

Elinor Donahue ... Mrs. Parsons
Carmen Zapata ... Mrs. Battaglia

Claudia Wells ... Wendy
Dick Billingsley
Michael Hughes
Patrick O'Brien
Elizabeth Robinson

Season 2, Episode 2: Contract for Life: The S.A.D.D. Story

11 December 1984
True story of high school hockey coach Bob Anastas. After losing two of his all-star hockey players, he gets the students to prevent more tragedies by forming Students Against Drunk Driving.

Stephen Macht ... Bob Anastas

Timothy Gibbs ... Jimmy Matthews

William Zabka ... Rick Peterson
Robert Chestnut ... David Shaw
Charles Vally ... J. D.

David Glasser ... Mark Anastas
Heather Ryan ... Beth

Nicky Katt ... Jeff Anastas (as Nick Katt)

Linda Henning ... Carol Anastas

Anne Gee Byrd ... Mrs. Shaw

Estee Chandler ... Lucy Wilson
Bill Sorrells ... Mr. Shaw
John Washington ... Reynolds
Joey Green ... Marcus
Don Dubbins ... Mr. Peterson

Betty McGuire ... Mrs. Matthews
James Calvert ... Willy Anastas (as Jim Calvert)
Tom Kindle ... Pat O'Connor
Karla Schubach ... Nurse

Season 2, Episode 3: The Exchange Student

22 January 1985
Teenager from India comes to the US to live with her American 'sister'.
Paige Price ... Julie Johnson (as Paige Lyn Price)
Neeta Puri ... Maneka Desai

Josh Hamilton ... Todd Johnson

Giancarlo Esposito ... Kyle

Vince Grant ... Eddie

Lauren Tom ... Kim
Kathryn Grody ... Amy Johnson
Peter Blake Barton ... Mike Johnson
Roxanne Chang ... Teri
Miriam Serow ... Jeanine
David MacDonald ... Bass Player
Vicki Kulkin ... Girl in Hall
Jim Soriero ... Boy in Gig

Season 2, Episode 4: The Day the Senior Class Got Married

5 March 1985
Students are paired off in a make-believe marriage class, so they can learn how money problems can affect a marriage.

Paul Dooley ... Dr. Wormer
Robin Morse ... Lori Banks

Steve Monarque ... Garrick Hamilton
Johann Carlo ... Mary Judson
Lionel Chute ... Bobby D'Angelo
Laura Galusha ... April Sullivan

Peter Kluge ... Paul Tucker

Vicki Lewis ... Diane Kaplan

James Handy ... Dan Banks

Michael Hirsch ... Mr. Hamilton
Elva Josephson ... Nancy Banks (as Elva Leff)
Joseph Leon ... Lou

Mary Elaine Monti ... Pat Banks

Judith Scarpone ... Mrs. Hamilton

June Squibb ... Landlady

Season 2, Episode 5: Ace Hits the Big Time

2 April 1985
On the day he enters Kennedy High in Manhattan wearing a patch over one eye, sixteen-year-old Horace Hobart is urged to join what he believes is the toughest gang at school.
Rob Stone ... Horace 'Ace' Hobart
Karen Petrasek ... Raven
Kelly Britt ... Ms. Dupar
John DiSanti ... Lewis

Tony Longo ... Mario
Anthony Barrile ... Slick

James Le Gros ... Freddie Cruz (as James LeGros)
Lance Slaughter ... J.D.

Wallace Langham ... Babe (as Wally Ward)
Julie Akin ... Nora
Vivian Bonnell ... Teacher
Anthony Castro ... 3rd Piranha

Steven Stone ... 4th Piranha (as Steven Corey)
Israel Juarbe ... 2nd Piranha

Jay W. MacIntosh ... Mother

Kevin Sifuentes ... 1st Piranha
Robert Alvarez ... Dancer / Assistant Choreographer
Kenneth Anderson ... Dancer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: Student Court

23 April 1985
Teenage girl is caught shoplifting and decides to face a jury of her peers in Student Court, instead of facing her punishment in Juvenile Court.

Katy Kurtzman ... Jennifer
Garin Bougié ... Mike (as Garin Bougie)
Eric Brown ... Ed

Julie Dolan ... Jane
Moosie Drier ... Danny
Lisa Fong ... May Kim
David Greenlee ... Ollie
Julie Jeter ... Susan
Marcelino Sánchez ... Manuel (as James Marcelino)
Jennifer Mayo ... Amy Kalk
Veronica Redd ... Mrs. Carlisle
Nina Shipman ... Mrs. Johnson
Eric D. Wallace ... Jones (as Eric Wallace)
Glenn Michael Miller

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: The War Between the Classes

22 October 1985
Racial discrimination is examined when a social studies teacher assigns his students to play 'The Color Game', which divides the class into different social classes.

Kale Browne ... Mr. Moiner

Jan Gan Boyd ... Amy Sumida

Don Michael Paul ... Adam Tarcher

Robert Ito ... Mr. Sumida

Paul Winfield ... Mr. Bateman
James Marcel ... Justin
Marcelino Sánchez ... Jesse (as James Marcelino)

Begonya Plaza ... Carol (as Begona Plaza)
Reggie Johnson ... Paul

David Raynr ... Rod
Cindi Eyman ... Gale
Nadine Van der Velde ... Mary Kay

Sal Viscuso ... Coach
Todd Hallowell ... Brian

Elizabeth Storm ... Diane

Barbara Sammeth ... Mrs. Tarcher
Melissa Francis ... Tina (as Missy Francis)

Tanya Lynne Lee ... Jana (as Tanja Lynne Lee)
Derek Pendleton ... G-4

Season 3, Episode 2: Have You Tried Talking to Patty?

14 January 1986
Wanting to be accepted by others at school, a hearing-impaired teenager attempts to change her image.
Mary Vreeland ... Patty Miller

Michael Durrell ... Nick Miller

Khrystyne Haje ... Brianne Corey

Joseph Mascolo ... Ed Martinson (as Joe Mascolo)

Mark Patton ... Chris Jenson

Dedee Pfeiffer ... Queenie
Robin Pearson Rose ... Diane Miller

Charlie Stratton ... Rob Martinson (as Charles Stratton)

Kathleen Wilhoite ... Paulie

Heather Langenkamp ... Erica
Bill Henderson ... Mr. Yeager
Scooter Stevens ... David Miller
Leo Geter ... Kevin

Rob Estes ... Billy

Rodney Eastman ... (uncredited)
Bruce Goldstein ... Student at Mall (uncredited)
Scott L. Treger ... Student (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: Babies Having Babies

28 January 1986
Five pregnant teenage girls meet up at a group counseling session and begin to discuss their situation and feelings amongst each other.

Akosua Busia ... Brenda

Renée Estevez ... Max

Lori Loughlin ... Kelly

Claudia Wells ... Lisa

Jill Whelan ... Mary Pat
Henry Proach ... Henry

James Marshall ... Joey (as Jim Greenblatt)

Dominic Oliver ... Teacher

Eileen Ryan ... Bag Lady

Noni White ... Mrs. Chapman
Bob Tzudiker ... Mary Pat's Dad

Season 3, Episode 4: God, the Universe & Hot Fudge Sundaes

1 April 1986
Teenage girl begins to question her religion after her sister is diagnosed with a terminal illness.
Roxana Zal ... Allie Newton

Millie Perkins ... Virginia Newton

Jim Haynie ... Alfred Newton
Melanie Gaffin ... Francie Newton
Beau Dremann ... Kurt Rosen

Jere Burns ... Brother Vinnie
Amy Resnick ... Tyler
David Greenlee ... Gregg

Beth Grant ... Waitress
Tony Saunders ... Balliff

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: The Drug Knot

10 September 1986
High school teen is heavily addicted to drugs and can't seem to stop, until he is faced with a tragedy.

Dermot Mulroney ... Doug Dawson
David Toma ... Himself
Mary Ellen Trainor ... Helen Dawson

Lawrence Pressman ... Jack Dawson

David Faustino ... Louie Dawson

Rance Howard ... Mr. Sellers
Nick Angotti ... Coach

Tracy Nelson ... Lori

Kim Myers ... Kim
Annie Oringer ... Annie

Duane Boutte ... Leon
Barbara Stamm ... Mary Parks
Frank Burt Avalon ... Frankie

Season 4, Episode 2: Little Miss Perfect

13 January 1987
Upset over having to move to a new neighborhood, a teenage girl develops bulimia as a way to cope with her problems.

Diane Baker ... Helen Welker-Summers
Mary Tanner Bailey ... Debbie Welker (as Mary E. Tanner)
Pat Petersen ... Steve Hunter
April Lerman ... Cindy Greco

Lisa Wilcox ... Melissa Arrick
Thelma Houston ... Ms. Bonner
Robert Colbert ... Grant Summers

Victor Rivers ... Dr. Sanchez

Holly Dorff ... Heather (as Holly-Susan Dorff)

Eliza Roberts ... Ms. Rubin (as Eliza Garrett)
Sylver Gregory ... Bobbie (as Sylver Kim Gregory)
David Wall ... Randy
Mark Rickerby ... Bill the Hunk

Season 4, Episode 3: My Dissident Mom

14 January 1987
Husband and wife whose conflicting opinions on the use of nuclear weapons threatens to jeopardize not only the husband's impending business deal, but the relationship of the family itself

Annie Potts ... Kathy Sanders

Martin Sheen ... Joe Sanders

Alexandra Powers ... Laura Sanders

Lukas Haas ... Mike Sanders

John Randolph ... Gen. David Norman
Nick Angotti ... Officer Scott

Toni Attell ... Sue Longo

Belinda Balaski ... Helen Green
Noel Conlon ... Tom Longo
Matthew Faison ... Bill Green
Gerald Gordon ... Jim Kopchek

Paula Irvine ... Liz Kopchek

E.J. Peaker ... Barbara Kopchek
Belinda Beatty ... Clara Friar (as Belinha Beatty)
Seth Clark ... First Baseman
Scott Cooper ... TV Reporter
Robin Fortyune ... David
Amy Green ... Carol Green
Elizabeth Reiko Kubota ... Rita

Joe Estevez ... Coach (as Joseph Phelan)
Edgar Small ... Prof. Jason Fields

Season 4, Episode 4: The Day They Came to Arrest the Book

27 January 1987
Uncomfortable with racist language in "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn", a high school student and his parents attempt to get the book removed from the school's library.

Jonathan Crombie ... Barney Roth

Réal Andrews ... Gordon

Jeremy Ratchford ... Luke

Jessica Steen ... Kate
Michelle St. John ... Maggie
Maureen McRae ... Mrs. Banes
Tony Rosato ... Mr. Lopez
David Ferry ... Mr. Phelps

Barry Flatman ... Mr. Moore
Ardon Bess ... Mr. McLean

Anne Meara ... Mrs. Salters
Lynne Cormack (as Lynn Cormack)
Matsu Anderson
Lorna Wilson

Gloria Reuben
Gairey Richardson
David B. Nichols
Martin Lewis (as Martin Louis)

Season 4, Episode 5: What If I'm Gay?

31 March 1987
The popular and macho captain of the high-school soccer team is forced to confront his homosexuality, after his buddies discover a male-pornography magazine in his bedroom.

Richard Joseph Paul ... Todd Bowers

Evan Handler ... Allen
Manfred Melcher ... Kirk

Gabrielle Carteris ... Nancy
Virginia Rae Robinson ... Debra

Ed Marinaro ... Mr. Powell

Maria Pitillo ... Vickie

Toni Ann Johnson ... Gina
George Bamford ... Mr. Bowers
Jean De Baer ... Mrs. Bowers
Colin Irving ... Boy #1
Clayton Prince ... Boy #2

Bruce Kirkpatrick ... Coach

Season 4, Episode 6: Juvi

21 April 1987
After being falsely accused of theft by her stepfather, a teenage girl is arrested and placed in juvenile hall.

Traci Lind ... Susan Atherton (as Traci Lin)

Theresa Saldana ... Laura Chacon

Mariclare Costello ... Kate Cummings

Khrystyne Haje ... Michelle Rouke
Karen Petrasek ... Farrah Bogdosian

Liam Sullivan ... Donovan Rourk
Fritzi Burr ... Mrs. Belson
Ismael 'East' Carlo ... Judge (as Ismael Carlo)

Maree Cheatham ... Mrs. George
Christopher Ciampa ... Angelo Gato
Mary Ann Gallo ... Tiny
Christopher Hill ... Pete Cirrelli
Raymond Singer ... Arthur Katz

Kenneth Tigar ... Sam Rinaldo
Sean Fallon Walsh ... Harvey Cummings
Joi Carr ... Willie Mae Brown (as Joi Martins)

Season 4, Episode 7: An Enemy Among Us

21 July 1987
Teen-ager is stunned to discover that he has contracted the AIDS virus after having a blood transfusion.

Danny Nucci ... Scott Fischer

Dee Wallace ... Jan Fischer (as Dee Wallace-Stone)

Stephen Macht ... Jack Fischer
Robin Gammell ... Tom Webb

Tammy Lauren ... Karen Webb

Gail Strickland ... Kay Webb

Gladys Knight ... Dr. Donna Robinson
Kris Kamm ... Bart

Lauren Woodland ... Cathy Fischer

Michael Fairman ... Dr. Bolton
Matthew Faison ... Womick
Sid Conrad ... Mr. Froncoviac
Nomi Mitty ... Mrs. Semenza
Robin Northrup ... Reporter

F. William Parker ... Owner
Kerry Remsen ... Jerri
Michael Rich ... Jock
Elliot Jaffe ... 1st Boy
William Wintersole ... Mr. Slocum

Amy Lynne ... 1st Girl
Allison Barron ... 2nd Girl

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Soldier Boys

20 October 1987
Detective investigates a club where teenage boys play war games, but start taking their fantasies into the real world.

James Earl Jones ... Detective Robb

William McNamara ... Jay Medford

Dylan Walsh ... Tom Strickland

Frank Whaley ... Scott McNichol

James MacDonald ... Vince Tabor

William O'Leary ... Marty Gage

David Youse ... David Maynard
Jordana Levine ... Michelle
J. Allen Suddeth ... Detective Sealy

Season 5, Episode 2: Never Say Goodbye

12 January 1988
After her grandmother is pronounced brain-dead following a stroke, a teenage girl must make the painful decision whether to continue life support.

June Lockhart ... 'Mo' Donovan
Joe Lambie ... Michael Donovan

Elinor Donahue ... Laura Donovan
Pamela Lindner ... Patti Donovan
Alan Sader ... Dr. Hildebrand
James Anklam ... Richie Cardone
Kim Hauser ... Emma Donovan
Rex Ellis ... Paramedic
Daphna Brosch ... Tracy
Nicole Andrews ... Sarah

Debbie McLeod ... Coach Tucker
Mary Jean Feton ... Announcer

Season 5, Episode 3: Home Sweet Homeless

29 March 1988
After a series of bad luck, a single mother and her sons become homeless and are forced to live in their car.

Linda Kelsey ... Susan Palmer

Rossie Harris ... Jeff Palmer (as Ross Harris)
Kelley Dunn ... Jenny (as Kelly Dunn)
Chance Michael Corbitt ... Johnny
Michael Faustino ... Jimmy (as Michael James Faustino)
Sheila Wills ... Shelter Director

Alfonso Ribeiro ... Buddy

Alison McMillan ... T.J.
Raymond Singer ... Teacher

Kellie Overbey ... Molly
Patricia Wilson ... Volunteer (as Patricia J. Wilson)
Evelyn Guerrero ... Nurse
Huck Liggett ... Manager
John Moskal Jr. ... Animal Control Officer #1 (as John Moskal)

Cynthia Harrington ... Animal Control Officer #2
David Curtis ... Policeman
Peter Brennan ... Vagrant

Lawrence R. Leritz ... Homeless Father

Season 5, Episode 4: Gangs

19 April 1988
On leave from the army, a 19-year-old returns home to find his kid brother the leader of a gang. A gang he once led.

David Labiosa ... Anthony Rojas
Gabriel Gonzales ... Luis Rojas

Raymond Cruz ... Angel Perez
Panchito Gómez ... Reuben Medina

Kamala Lopez ... Alicia Rojas (as Kamala Lopez-Dawson)
Austin Cortez ... Hector Mata
Will Gotay ... Manny

Lupe Ontiveros ... Mrs. Rojas

Jaime Gomez ... Tomas Mata
Irma García ... Olivia

Rene Carrasco ... Emilio
Eddie Frias ... Mario

León Singer ... Priest
Margarita Martinez ... Little Girl's Mother
Lisa Altamirano ... Woman on Street

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: No Means No

18 October 1988
The issue of teenage date rape is seen through the eyes of a teenage girl and her older brother, and how it affects their relationships with the opposite sex.

Chad Lowe ... Michael Wells

Dana Barron ... Megan Wells

Lori Loughlin ... Sally

Bonnie Bedelia ... Mrs. Wells
Tracy Wells ... Kathy

James Marshall ... Doug Simpson

Al White ... Coach Sanders
Beau Dremann ... Chuckie
David Wakefield ... Editor

Kat Green ... Blanche (as Kate Green)

Rachel Jacobs ... Nettie
Mary Rae McDonald ... Tina
Manfred Melcher ... Bob

Harry Johnson ... Mr. Simpson

David Elliott ... David
Jeff Allin ... Mr. Moore
Stacey Young ... Gina
Gia Russo ... Stacey

Donnie Jeffcoat ... Tommy
Matt Smith ... Chris

Gary Morgan ... Mine

Cuba Gooding Jr. ... Paul

Dominic Oliver ... Referee
Greg Longstreet ... Steven

Season 6, Episode 2: Gambler

6 December 1988
17-year-old boy is addicted to gambling, and soon it starts to take over his life.
Nicholas Kallsen ... Jim Jennings

Jill Schoelen ... Amy Fletcher

Troy Winbush ... Ty

George Dzundza ... Arthur Jennings
Lawrence Cook ... Coach Hunt

Jennifer Warren ... Lois Jennings

Biff Yeager ... Walt Sheren
Michael Wyle ... Robbie

Alan Mandell ... Teacher
Matt Beville ... Mark

Richard McGonagle ... Tom

Matt Clark ... Pawnshop Clerk
Eugenie Ross-Leming ... Counselor Terrana

Dann Florek ... Stan Pallon

John Morrissey ... Phil (as John Martinuzzi)
Kip Waldo ... Assistant Coach
Steve Itkin ... Gamblers Anonymous Man

Season 6, Episode 3: Words to Live By

10 January 1989
Two teenage boys are suspended from school after distributing an underground newspaper on campus.

Ricky Paull Goldin ... Phil Tiso

Chris Gartin ... Danny Gluesenkamp

Barbara Bosson ... Kathy Gluesenkamp

Robert Harper ... Charles Bird

Amy Benedict ... Sarah

Michael Fairman ... Sinclair

Ken Jenkins ... Echer
William Frankfather ... Beale

Natalija Nogulich ... Tina (as Natalia Nogulich)
Robert Benedetti ... Customer

Anne Gee Byrd ... Stacy Kringle
Michael Ennis ... Mr. Black
Gracia Lee ... Emily
Ria Pavia ... Kenny
Hartley Silver ... Del
Charles Stransky ... Sheriff
Paula Tiso ... Hostess
Daniel Gluesenkamp ... Gentleman in Restaurant #1 (uncredited)
Philip Tiso ... Gentleman in Restaurant #2 (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 4: My Past Is My Own

24 January 1989
Two black teenagers are sent through time to experience how blacks were treated during the civil rights movement.

Whoopi Goldberg ... Mariah Johnston
Phill Lewis ... Justin Cook

Allison Dean ... Kerry Cook

CCH Pounder ... Renee Cook
Thalmus Rasulala ... Marshall Cook

William Allen Young ... Rev. James Jordan

Geoffrey Blake ... Dexter Lee Smith

Guy Boyd ... Russell Crew
Gloria Carlin ... Frances Taylor
Kenneth Edwards ... Clyde Waller

Dominic Hoffman ... Donny Hall
Charles Stransky ... Alfred Wainwright
Anthony Grumbach ... White Boy
Laurnea Wilkerson ... Brianne Solomons
Dorothy Sinclair ... White Woman

James Marshall ... Willie Willens

Season 6, Episode 5: 15 and Getting Straight

28 March 1989
Drug addiction treatment center for teenagers where the counselors are ex-addicts themselves.

Tatum O'Neal ... Kim

Corey Feldman ... Jeff Hoyt

Dante Basco ... Luis

Monica Calhoun ... Vonette
Cal Evans ... Rick
Stefanie Nichols ... Patti (as Stephanie Nichols)

David Birney ... Dr. Rolo DeVito

Drew Barrymore ... Susan
Shirley Jo Finney ... Mrs. Jackson

David McKnight ... Mr. Jackson
Darleen Carr ... Elanor Prosky
Jack Rader ... Marshall Lapidus
Suzanne Kent ... Sarah Lapidus
Timothy Blake ... Bonnie Hoyt
Melinda Cordell ... Gloria Matthews
Eugene Williams ... Gary
Shirley Hunt ... Patient (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 6: A Matter of Conscience

11 April 1989
Teenage boy is stunned when his Grandfather's Nazi past comes to light.

Viveca Lindfors ... Anna Rosenberg

Eli Wallach ... Ira Abrams

Tom Aldredge ... Joseph Miller / Joseph Hauptmann
John Michael Bennett ... Kevin Lacey

Ari Meyers ... Lisa Rosenberg
Carol Goodheart ... Karen Lacey
Lucy Martin ... 1st Reporter

Joanna Merlin ... Marian Rosenberg

Carl Anthony Payne II ... Danny
Spike Alexander ... Gary
Mary Connally ... Susan Rosenberg
Sam Guncler ... Phil Abrams

Ryan Cutrona ... Lawyer
Michael French ... 2nd Reporter

James Gleason ... Ken Turley

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: Frog Girl: The Jenifer Graham Story

17 October 1989
A 15-year old school girl refuses to dissect a frog and sues her school district for not allowing her to do an alternative project.

Kerrie Keane ... Pat Graham
Ellen Dunning ... Jenifer Graham
Mitchell Laurance ... Mr. Switzer
Michael Greene ... Mr. Harris

Kurt Fuller ... Peter Webster

Rain Pryor ... Francie

Arlen Dean Snyder ... Board President
Sally Kemp ... Mrs. Burns

Lesley-Anne Down ... Speaker
Ivette Soler ... Keri Monroe
Alison Rockwell ... Board Member
Desi Reilly ... Lauire Young

Lauren Woodland ... Young Jennifer
Casey Ellison ... Karl
Andy Goldberg ... Mr. Donner

Diane Cary ... Miss Appling

Ira Heiden ... Charlie

Kevin Sifuentes ... Greg

Leanna Creel ... Susan

Robert Donner ... Print Reporter
Jeanette O'Connor ... The Makeup Person
Julie Hayden ... Ryan Sullivan
Suzanne McCambridge ... Female TV Reporter

Holly Dorff ... Female Student

Robert Caso ... Male Student

Marcelo Tubert ... Male Teacher
Gregory Paul Martin ... Male TV Reporter
Wendy Cutler ... 1st Testifier

Ron Perkins ... 2nd Testifier
Dennis Howard ... Mr. Taft

Season 7, Episode 2: Flour Babies

16 January 1990
A group of high school students take part in a parenting class where their assignment is to treat a sack of flour like a new-born baby.
Susan Vanech ... Carrie Emerson

Ian Ziering ... Donnie

Sabrina Le Beauf ... Holly

David Purdham ... Mr. Dunphy

Allison Dean ... Win

Harold Perrineau ... Curtis
Leslie Ayvazian ... Mrs. Emerson
Angel Aviles ... Gail
Megan Gallivan ... Jenna

Robert Duncan McNeill ... Richard
Fernando Lopez ... Scott

Patrick Collins ... Carrie's Dad

Kevin Corrigan ... Gary

Nadia Dajani ... Nancy
Marcus Salgado ... Malcolm
Rose Arrick ... Woman at Bus Stop
David Giardina

Season 7, Episode 3: The Girl with the Crazy Brother

30 January 1990
Teenage girl struggles to cope when her brother is diagnosed as suffering from schizophrenia.

Patricia Arquette ... Dana MacCallister

Billy Jayne ... Bill McCallister (as William Jayne)

John Apicella ... Psychiatrist
Jordan Brady ... Ian Wuinn

Lisa Ann Cabasa ... Chelsea

Alex Désert ... Jordan

Brent David Fraser ... Erik
Dulcic Hunt ... Sheila
Stan Ivar ... Mr. McCallister

Shelby Leverington ... Mrs. McCallister

Jennifer Nash ... Joannie

Dominic Oliver ... Paramedic

Season 7, Episode 4: American Eyes

27 March 1990
Korean boy, who has been adopted by an American family, decides to attend a Korean-American summer camp to learn more about his heritage.

Jason Scott Lee ... John Henderson

Brian Krause ... Matt Henderson

David Ogden Stiers ... Jack Henderson

Concetta Tomei ... Elizabeth Henderson
Christina Denton ... Rachel
Benjamin Hendrickson ... Coach

Kelly Hu ... Emily
Una Kim ... Kim
Derek Sullivan ... Durk
Jandi Swanson ... Rico Henderson

Deborah Tucker ... Missy
John Bae ... Bill
Julie Gill ... Heather
Randy Jandt ... David

Season 7, Episode 5: Maggie's Secret

10 April 1990
15-year-old girl comes to grips with the fact both of her parents have a drinking problem.

Mimi Kuzyk ... Frances Kingston

Joseph Bottoms ... Jack Kingston

Joanne Vannicola ... Maggie Kingston
Nathaniel Moreau ... John Kingston

Jaimz Woolvett ... Jason

Michael Caruana ... Mr. Davidson
Bruce McFee ... Cabby

Season 7, Episode 6: Malcolm Takes a Shot

24 April 1990
Teenage athlete is in denial about his epilepsy, as he tries to achieve super-stardom on the basketball court.
Jon Clair ... Malcolm Jones

Tony Lo Bianco ... Coach Douglas

Margaret Avery ... Mary Jones

Susan Ruttan ... Ms. Morales

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar ... Himself

Mario Van Peebles ... Dr. Thompson
Gregory Paul Martin ... Brad
Ebonie Smith ... Annette

Vince Vaughn ... Steve

J. Trevor Edmond ... Kevin
Jason Scott ... Chris
Christopher Carter ... Kenny

Michael D'Amore ... Derrick

Season 8


Season 8, Episode 1: The Fourth Man

16 October 1990
Wanting to seek his father's approval, a high school student starts using steroids to make the track team. But soon these drugs start to take a toll on his body.

Season 8, Episode 2: Lies of the Heart

8 January 1991
High school senior is involved in a hit and run and is forced to deal with the consequences.
Christopher Rydell ... Jordan Crane
Charles Frank ... Frank Crane

Jennifer Gatti ... Anna Manetti

Natasha Pavlovich ... Laurie
Tricia O'Neil ... Beth Crane

Brooke Theiss ... Patricia

Lanei Chapman ... Charlene
Christopher Collet ... Kyle

Mars Callahan ... Dave

Vince Vaughn ... Richard
Ann Walker ... Principal

Season 8, Episode 3: The Emancipation of Lizzie Stern

22 January 1991
After her mother announces her plans to move the family to another state, a 16-year-old girl decides to seek legal emancipation.

Tammy Lauren ... Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Stern

Karen Valentine ... Donna Stern
Stephen Brown ... Judge Brandauer
Dennis Parlato ... Jeffrey Mullineaux
Justin Deas ... George Gyertson

John Newton ... Jason Coates (as John Haymes Newton)
Elizabeth Narvaez ... Alison Michaels
Danny Zorn ... Arnie Greenbaum
Arianna Petrich ... Sandy Stern
Sean Tant ... Matthew Stern
Laura Davis ... Stephanie Piper
Sylvia Harman ... Emma Pratt
Barbara Meek ... Peggy Michaels
Marty McGaw ... Fran Wisnewski
Ariana Chase ... Clerk

Season 8, Episode 4: But He Loves Me

6 March 1991
Teenage girl starts dating the most popular boy in school and for a while everything is wonderful, until he start being violent towards her.

Kelli Williams ... Cassie O'Brian

Donovan Leitch Jr. ... Charlie Tyler (as Donovan Leitch)
Douglas Barr ... Al McBride (as Doug Barr)

Season Hubley ... Barbara McBride

Rick Dano ... Mr. Montgomery
Troy Shire ... Jeff

Marco Sanchez ... Ben

Robin Tunney ... Brooke
Chantal Rivera-Batisse
Karen Moore

Joey Simmrin ... Kyle
Angella Kaye ... Girl
Brandi Burkett

Season 8, Episode 5: Abby, My Love

2 April 1991
Teenage boy tries to help a girl who is being sexually abused at home.

Josh Hamilton ... Chip Fulton

Cara Buono ... Abby Morris
E. Katherine Kerr ... Mrs. Fulton

Anthony Heald ... Dr. Gil Morris

Veronica Cartwright ... Caroline Morris
Andy Berman ... Kenny
Christine Langner ... Meg Hanover

Jared Hillman ... Young Chip
Kira Arne ... Linda
Fernando López ... Matt
Edwin Avedissian

Mike Kimmel ... 1950s Policeman
Caroline Wilde ... Young Abby

Season 9


Season 9, Episode 1: Dedicated to the One I Love

22 October 1991
Teenage girl is stunned to discover that her deceased boyfriend was exposed to the AIDS virus.
Lisa Dean Ryan ... Amy Miller

Georgann Johnson ... Evelyn Somerville
Joey Sciacca ... Ron Somerville

Joely Fisher ... Kris Stone

Patrick Malone ... Mike Harris
Danielle Ferland ... Kate Newman

Miguel Sandoval ... Mr. Acosta
Rusty Gray ... Artie Marino (as Rusty Schmidt)
Ben Cleaveland ... Warren Bailey

Will Lyman ... Peter Miller

Cristine Rose ... Marilyn Miller
Mariangela Pino ... Linda Manning

Curt Cornelius ... Tom
Esther Scott ... Mary

Peter Fitzgerald ... Cliff Douglas
Bill Sak ... Janitor

Season 9, Episode 2: Two Teens and a Baby

21 January 1992
Two teenage brothers are stunned when their mother announces that she is pregnant.
James Calvert ... Brian Lance (as Jim Calvert)

Robert Picardo ... Paul Lance
Sandy Faison ... Emily Lance

Maureen Flannigan ... Sherie

Brice Beckham ... Chris Lance
Ashley Lakin ... Katie Lance
Amber Lakin ... Katie Lance
Skylar Green ... Katie Lance
Alisha Green ... Katie Lance
Sean Le Sure

Scott Menville ... Eric
Danielle Raciti
Anthony Cecere

Season 9, Episode 3: 50 Simple Things Kids Can Do to Save the Earth

10 March 1992
Special featuring 50 things young people can do to save the earth.

Sara Gilbert ... Herself - Host

Brian Austin Green ... Himself - Host (as Brian Green)

Mark-Paul Gosselaar ... Himself

Khrystyne Haje ... Herself

Gregory Harrison ... Himself
Crystal McKellar ... Herself

Richard Moll ... Himself

Corin Nemec ... Himself

Cree Summer ... Herself

Tiffani Thiessen ... Herself

Season 9, Episode 4: Please, God, I'm Only Seventeen

24 March 1992
In this story about learning not to take life for granted, Steve, a teenager, loses his best friend in a car accident.

Michael Landes ... Michael Leland

Emily Warfield ... Jeanine

Randolph Mantooth ... Mr. Leland

Talia Shire ... Mrs. Leland
Roxana Zal ... Michael's Sister

Stan Kirsch ... Steve
Brian Christopher

Damon Hines
Mark Kanzawa
Trey Parker
Bernardo Rosa Jr.
Barbara Townsend

Chris Ufland
Nita Whitaker

Greg Lutz ... Ambulance driver / EMT (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 5: Different Worlds: A Story of Interracial Love

7 April 1992
Two teens from racially different background begin a relationship after witnessing the murder of a mutual friend.

Season 10


Season 10, Episode 1: Sexual Considerations

20 October 1992
When a high school girl claims she is being sexually harassed by another student, an in-school court is convened to settle the dispute.

Heather McAdam ... Jen

Gabriel Olds ... Richard
Danny Zorn ... Barry

Timothy Williams ... Paul

Wendy Benson-Landes ... Bobbie (as Wendy Benson)

Chandra Wilson ... Gloria
Charlie Heath ... Andy
Philip Hyland ... Mitch

Michal Sinnott (as Michal Leamer)

Michelle Krusiec ... Lisa

Tito Ortiz ... Vinnie

Hudson Leick ... Stephanie (as Heidi Hudson Leick)
Justin Young ... Jay

Johnny Alonso ... Tom

Tovah Feldshuh ... Denise Warshak

Bernie Casey ... Edwin Gaines

Season 10, Episode 2: Words Up!

1 December 1992
Illiterate 25-year-old decides to return to high school by posing as a teenager so he can learn how to read.

Kadeem Hardison ... Henry Brooks
Andres Titus ... Aeschylus
Mista Lawnge ... Euripedes

LaWanda Page ... Mrs. Wicker

Richard Moll ... Coach Hillman

David Faustino ... Travis Bickle
Marcia Christie ... Miss Martinez
Fernando López ... Carter
Lasondra Zarif ... Roxanne

Michael Landes ... David Corbin

Vanna White ... Herself

Rozonda 'Chilli' Thomas ... 1st Rapper

Lisa 'Left Eye' Lopes ... 2nd Rapper

Tionne 'T-Boz' Watkins ... 3rd Rapper

Joey Lauren Adams ... Dianne
Reginald Ballard ... Thomas Dulcer

Melissa De Sousa ... Melissa Skyler
Michael Cadava ... Skateboarder

Season 10, Episode 3: Love Off Limits

19 January 1993
Two students cry censorship when the school asks them to edit out portions of their film which are deemed 'inappropriate'
John Rowe Jr. ... Jack Hamilton (as John Rowe)

Sabrina Lloyd ... Sarah Thompson

Steve Guttenberg ... Tom Hardgrove

Anne Meara ... Patricia Lennon

John Savage ... Ben Kane
Peter Maloney ... Arthur Rowe
James Villemaire ... Matt Hammond

Bokeem Woodbine ... Steve Newberg

Chaka Forman ... Pete Woods
Robert Hirschfeld ... Mark Robinson

Season 10, Episode 4: Big Boys Don't Cry

9 March 1993
A high-school wrestler suspects his uncle is molesting his little brother, which forces painful memories of his own abuse to surface.

Jason Wiles ... Tony Walters

Robert Pine ... Paul Walters

Miko Hughes ... Andy Walters
Darleen Carr ... Susan Walters
Michael Keys Hall ... Bobby Walters
Brooke Stanley ... April Walters

Barbara Whinnery ... Bobbie Walters

Christopher Kriesa ... Coach Hawken

Renée Humphrey ... Erin Chapman

Mario Lopez ... Ray Sanchez (as Mario López)
Gina Vinaccia ... Lisa

Season 10, Episode 5: Crosses on the Lawn

13 April 1993
A community begins to take sides when an affirmative action program is introduced.

Rugg Williams ... Chris Hawkins

Justin Whalin ... Chaz Havelik

Michael Warren ... Andre Dyson
Nick Angotti ... Marv Havelick

Art Evans ... Tucker Hawkins

Michael Durrell ... Lieutenant Gennaro

Monica Lacy ... Tina Kosloski (as Monica Creel)

Breckin Meyer ... Eddie
Dean Nichols ... Jerry Fletcher (as Dean Ryan Nichols)
David Sheinkopf ... Russ Barker
Valorie Armstrong ... Sandy Mayerson
Gloria Carlin ... Lorraine Havelik
Alfonso Estevez ... News Announcer

Kat Green ... Customer
Annie Humphreys ... Brianne
Shane Imburgia ... Skip O'Brien

Season 11


Season 11, Episode 1: Other Mothers

12 October 1993
Teenage boy, who has been raised by a lesbian couple, must contend with the conservative views of his new school.

Joanna Cassidy ... Linda Jurgenson

Meredith Baxter ... Paula Hensen

Justin Whalin ... Will Jurgenson

Joe Regalbuto ... Ren Henson

William Russ ... Coach Jim Doane

Judith Ivey ... Counselor

Charles Robinson ... Sam Raynor

Jared Rushton ... Alex Raymond
Chad Wood ... Shane Fitts

Nancy Lenehan ... Susan Thomas
Mary-Joan Negro ... Barbara Fitts
Sean Le Sure
Nina Minton

Kathy Wagner

Jan Hoag

Monica Lee Steen ... Tennis Player (uncredited)

Season 11, Episode 2: If I Die Before I Wake

26 October 1993
High school students are left to pick up the pieces when the entire track team is killed in an airplane crash.

Matthew Fox ... Charlie Deevers
Ellen Dolan ... Janet Deevers

Dina Spybey-Waters ... Leanne Strauss (as Dina Waters)

Gavin MacLeod ... Robert Carter

Tammy Lauren ... Jackie Rosen

Tito Ortiz ... TJ Tores
Mark Rosenthal ... Eddie McPherson
Barbara Gonzalez ... Gina Taylor
Adam Bonifant ... Joey Castell
Chuck Baron ... Randolph Douglas
Alan Sader ... Minister
Marty McGaw ... Receptionist
Roger D. Bell ... Track Team Member
Ashland Thomas ... Grieving Student (uncredited)

Season 11, Episode 3: Love in the Dark Ages

15 March 1994
Teenage girl is stunned to discover that her boyfriend has given her an STD.

Missy Crider ... Jenny Oliver

Alley Mills ... Carol Oliver

Tom Everett Scott ... Matt Hansen

Michael Brandon ... Mr. Hansen

Michole Briana White ... Terri (as Michole White)

Paul Walker ... Dill

Larry Bagby ... Lug
Sue Bugden ... Dr. Fleming
Sierra Pecheur ... Art Teacher
Jeff Robinson ... Vendor

Season 11, Episode 4: Same Difference

12 April 1994
Two teens from different cultural backgrounds face opposition from their parents when they begin to date.

Skeet Ulrich ... Vinnie DiFazio
Leslie Hibbard ... Shelly Goldstein
Joe Dain ... Anthony

Steven Martini ... Frank

Skipp Sudduth ... Barry Goldstein

Jude Ciccolella ... Uncle Joe
Fran Brill ... Mrs. DiFazio

Katherine Borowitz ... Elaine Goldstein

Alix Elias ... Aunt Magdelena
Gina Scianni ... Mary Frances

David Margulies ... Chop Kleinfeld
Lisa Nardone ... Alison

Erin Leigh Peck ... Bonnie
Angela Hall ... Teacher
Ilario Pantano

Season 12


Season 12, Episode 1: The Writing on the Wall

11 October 1994
Three teens are caught defacing a rabbi's temple. Instead of punishment, the rabbi suggests 25 hours of Holocaust, Judaism, and tolerance education. Which he would teach.

Season 12, Episode 2: My Summer as a Girl

25 October 1994
Desperate for a summer job, a teenage boy decides to masquerade as a girl to land a job as a chambermaid.

Season 12, Episode 3: What About Your Friends

24 January 1995
"What About Your Friends" is a one-hour film that takes a unique look at the senior year successes and failures of three high school girlfriends as they prepare for college.

Season 12, Episode 4: Kids Killing Kids

7 March 1995
Four separate stories are dramatized showing the tragic consequences when teens use guns to solve their problems, and how they can solve the same problem without guns.

Malcolm-Jamal Warner ... Himself - Host

Kevin Connolly ... Robert Sanderson

Roman Artiste ... Tony Gibson
Ángel Vargas ... Roland Leonard
Jimmy Lee Newman ... Markel Gibson
Sean Le Sure ... Lonnie Jamal
Joshua Schaefer ... Eddie Halpern

Ashlee Levitch ... Tina Meyers

John Bennett Perry ... Winston Halpern

Tony Rhodes ... Marty Lopez
J.J. Cisneros ... J.J. Rodriguez
Sam Scarber ... Coach Sam Lubin

R.D. Robb ... Michael

Lorna Raver ... Judge
Dwayne Chattman ... Tony's Friend 1

Eddie Cibrian ... Tough Guy
Donald Turner ... Tony's Friend 2
Ami Foster ... Marla
Olivia Brown ... Ms. Jackson

Carrie-Ellen Zappa ... Girlfriend Witness Shooting

Season 12, Episode 5: Between Mother and Daughter

11 April 1995
Teenage girl has trouble dealing with the fact her mother has breast cancer.

A.J. Langer ... Carla Leone

Lindsay Crouse ... Anna Leone

Dan Lauria ... Joe Leone

Christopher Daniel Barnes ... Scott Leone

Lindsay Sloane ... Tina

John Livingston ... Seth
Jason Adelman ... Zach
Tom Henschel ... Dr. Crane

Susan Beaubian ... Dr. Stone
Catherine Butterfield ... Tina's Mom

Jodie Mann ... Technician
Tara Nicholson ... Maggie
Bill Balas ... Scott

Season 12, Episode 6: Stand Up

30 May 1995
Teenager wants to be a stand-up comic and go on tour, despite her father's objection.

C. Fraser Press ... Traci Martin (as Casey Fraser)
Ted Neustadt ... Sandy Martin

David Johansen ... Freddy Kay

Judy Reyes ... Giselle
Tighe Swanson ... Kevin

Paula Poundstone ... Herself
Manuel Estrella ... Ellis

Renoly Santiago ... J.D.
Joseph Dolphin ... Earl
Joanna Heimbold ... Galaxy

J.C. MacKenzie ... Al Rossi
D.C. Benny ... Emcee / Comedian

Season 13


Season 13, Episode 1: My Indian Summer

24 October 1995
Native American teenager decides to learn more about her culture by spending the summer on the Indian Reservation where her mother was born.
Tailinh Agoyo ... Tawnee Mueller (as Tailinh Prado)

Adam Beach ... Ben
Chera Bashor ... Carol Mueller
Kristen Shadburn ... Annie Mueller
Teresa Velarde ... Lilli
Billy Daydoge ... Henry (as Billy Daydodge)

Shawn Michael Perry ... Eddie
Valentina Firewalks ... Cheryl
Apesanahkwat ... Elder
Patricia Van Ingen ... Mrs. Kakak
Kimberly Rillera ... Louise

Richard Nason ... Ross

Jermaine Montell ... Brady
Lisa C. Nichols ... Brittany
Marjorie Tanin

Ericka Bryce ... Waitress

Akima ... (uncredited)

Season 13, Episode 2: Children Remember the Holocaust

19 December 1995
Keanu Reeves hosts this special where celebrities narrate letters, diaries, and published stories of children who have lived through the Holocaust.

Keanu Reeves ... Himself - Host

Kirsten Dunst ... (voice)

Cynthia Nixon ... (voice)

Gabriel Olds ... (voice)

Casey Siemaszko ... (voice)

Nina Siemaszko ... (voice)

Season 13, Episode 3: Crosstown

23 January 1996
When her parents split up, a teenage girl must move out of the suburbs and into the big city.

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