The story of young Ricky Stratton and his millionaire father, Edward, who lives very much like a young boy himself, in a house filled floor to ceiling with toys. Still, Edward takes raising Ricky seriously, and tries to avoid spoiling him while still letting him enjoy his childhood.
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It's Not Easy Being the Man of the House!
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JASON BATEMAN IN A RECENT INTERVIEW TOLD A STORY OF HOW HIM AND RICKY SCHROEDER DRIVE OVER A YELLOW JACKET HIVE: AND RICKY SCHROEDER GOT STUNG: "See this office right here?" he says, gesturing at a window to the right of the entrance. "This is where I did my schoolwork when I was doing Silver Spoons on Stage 42. Having an office here, in this same bungalow, is just like this incredibly humbling full-circle kind of great thing." He turns and points to a little slope of exposed reddish dirt that's been carved from the hillside. It's maybe a dozen feet high, but steep. "I remember Ricky Schroder was coming back from rehearsal one day, and he slid down this hill by accident-he was trying to show off-and he slid right over a hole, a yellow-jacket hole. I'll never forget that image, looking out that window and watching this cloud of yellow jackets around him and him running around here yelling, 'JASON! G********!' " See more
Written by Robert Wirth
(as Robert Wirth) and Rik Howard See more