The goings on of the kids at Regional High School. Long running, award winning, popular comical-dramatic television series about the kids at Regional High School. The everyday lives of the ... See full summary »
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15   14   13   12   10   9   8   7   1  
1994   1993   1992   1991   … See all »

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Aaron Michael Lacey ...  Joseph Roberts Johnson, Jr. J.R. 39 episodes, 1986-1994
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The goings on of the kids at Regional High School. Long running, award winning, popular comical-dramatic television series about the kids at Regional High School. The everyday lives of the kids at Regional High School are followed up until they eventually graduate and head off to college. Written by annonymous

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The goings on of the kids at Regional High.

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USA

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English

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Gannett Company See more »
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Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Connections

Followed by One Way Out (1988) See more »

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In Our Lives
(Theme)
Performed by T.K.A.
Written by T.K.A.
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Good Show
10 August 2015 | by darwinlemonSee all my reviews

I watched this show every Saturday Morning during the early 80's. I loved the theme music and the show covered a lot of social issues of the time. The actors I remember the most are Kathy Merrick and Karen White. There were other shows that I watched on D.C. stations even though I lived in Baltimore. Our House was another good one that was about 4 friends (2 girls and 2 boys) who were 'latch-key' kids and they discovered an old warehouse that they turned into a club house. There was also a show called "Stuff" which used an old Quincy Jones song called "Stuff Like That" for the theme. That show seemed to be for younger kids who were not yet teenagers and they would participate in games or arts and crafts. We need more shows like this in 2015!


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