Curious about his mom's pregnancy, a ten-year-old seeks answers to where babies come from.




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Episode cast overview:
Lendon Smith ... Himself (as Dr. Lendon Smith)
... Petey Evans
Jarrod Johnson ... Oscar
Rachel Longaker ... Kelly
Candace Farrell ... Anne Evans
Ed Rombola ... Petey's Father
Karen Carr ... Nurse (as Karen Glow Carr)
... Receptionist (as Dodo Denney)


Told in flashback to his baby brother, nine-year-old Petey Evans explains the way his brother was born, the impact it had on his life, and how real-life OB/GYN Dr. Lendon Smith helped him deal with it. Considered controversial at the time for videotaping a live birth, this ABC Afterschool Special was later praised for its honest explanation of how babies are born. Written by Daniel Timothy Dey

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16 February 1977 (USA)  »

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4 December 2004 | by See all my reviews

I saw this when I was - OK - seven, but it taught me nothing.

From the information given in the program, I got the impression that kissing made one pregnant. I remember peering out the window at my then teenaged sister kissing her boyfriend and resisting the urge to scream. I was too young and too embarrassed to ask anyone about it

so I kept waiting for her to get big. Eventually, I guess I just forgot about it. Perhaps I was too young for the program, but I think they could've been a bit clearer on the topic, don't you?

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