The Kids Are Alright (2018–2019)
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Timmy's New Hobby 

Peggy discovers that Timmy has a newfound and inappropriate hobby and urges Mike to talk to him about it; Mike tries to talk to Timmy about the topic and enlists Lawrence's help in the matter; Frank is determined to catch Joey in a lie.

Director:

Jay Karas

Writers:

Tim Doyle (created by), Emily R. Wilson (as Emily Wilson)

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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Mary McCormack ... Peggy Cleary
Jack Gore ... Timmy Cleary
Sam Straley ... Lawrence Cleary
Caleb Foote ... Eddie Cleary
Sawyer Barth ... Frank Cleary
Christopher Paul Richards ... Joey Cleary
Andy Walken ... William Cleary
Santino Barnard ... Pat Cleary
Tim Doyle ... The Narrator (voice)
Michael Cudlitz ... Mike Cleary
Emma Meisel ... Angela
Hal Alpert ... Mr. Franklin
Jo Farkas ... Rita
Carole Gutierrez ... Darlene
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Storyline

Peggy discovers that Timmy has a newfound and inappropriate hobby and urges Mike to talk to him about it; Mike tries to talk to Timmy about the topic and enlists Lawrence's help in the matter; Frank is determined to catch Joey in a lie.

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Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Language:

English

Release Date:

30 April 2019 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?

Goofs

A repeated theme throughout the series is the frugality of the parents, exhibited in this episode by Mike exchanging magazines rather than donating them. At one point, Frank asks to borrow his father's camera. The camera seen is a Polaroid SX-70, which became available during 1972, the year in which the show is set. The SX-70, however, was the top of the line for Polaroid's instant camera market, commanding a price of $180 for the camera ( $1095 in 2019 dollars) and $6.90 for a 10-shot film pack ($42 in 2019 dollars, or approximately per $4 picture). Based on the characters as shown in the series, it's unlikely they would have had that camera, and even less so that Frank would be allowed to repeatedly run through film for it. See more »

Connections

References The Brady Bunch (1969) See more »

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