My Three Sons (1960–1972)
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First, You're a Tadpole 

Robbie is in love with another girl. He asks Sally for advice because he thinks the girl is older than he is.

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Steve Douglas
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Michael Francis 'Bub' O'Casey
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Mike Douglas
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Robbie Douglas
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Chip Douglas
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Sally Ann Morrison
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Ernie Thompson
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Mike Minor ...
Stanley
Robert Alan Leader ...
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Robbie is in love with another girl. He asks Sally for advice because he thinks the girl is older than he is.

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3 December 1964 (USA)  »

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Meridith MacRae (Sally Ann) and Mike Minor (Stanley) would go on to co-star in Petticoat Junction eventually becoming sister and brother-in-law as Billie Jo Bradley and Steve Elliott. See more »

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Robbie thinks older brother Mike's girlfriend Sally is the perfect woman for him.
8 June 2006 | by See all my reviews

Older brother Mike must go out of town, and asks Robbie to stand in for him and escort his fiancé, Sally, to an art exhibit. Troubled, Robbie consults Sally about his latest teeny bopper heartthrob—and her explanation awakens in Robbie a new awareness for Sally. Soon, Robbie is certain he's "too mature" for his girlfriend, however that Sally is the perfect woman for him. Robbie tries to impress Sally, studying up on art, spouting critical remarks and carrying a smoker's pipe at the exhibit to make himself appear more mature. But Sally is alarmed when he seems to be falling in love with her and asks for Steve's help. Steve must persuade Robbie to cope with his feelings for Sally. In the episode Don does a dance called "The Frog." The song "THE FROG" was written by Don and Gary Abrams and performed by The Rivingtons (Papa OO-Mow-Mow, etc.). Don also wrote the episode with Gary. Filmed in B&W, this classic is My Three Sons at its best.


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