Mike's graduation stirs memories from his proud parents, who recall his birth and first day of school. Carol loses her long-standing bet that her brother will never graduate.
After staging a sit-in to protest the firing of his favorite teacher, Coach Lubbock, Mike is suspended from school and the coach refuses to talk to him--blaming him for all his problems. Second of a two-part episode that was the pilot for the spin-off series "Just The Ten Of Us."
Coach Lubbock's contract is up at the end of the semester, and Mike decides to help him out by organizing a strike to keep him at Dewey High School. First of a two-part episode that was a pilot for the spin-off series "Just The Ten Of Us."
Housecleaning turns up things from the family's past, and sparks memories. Second of a two-part episode.
Household objects about to be discarded in a garage sale come to life as they recall their history with the Seaver family. But can the family part with their once prized possessions? First of a two-part episode. (Part 1 of 2)
Pregnant, tired and overworked, Maggie tries to muster the courage to tell her boss that she's having a baby. Meanwhile, the Seaver children try to understand why they weren't consulted about this baby who's sure to change their lives.
Jason and Maggie compete to see which of them is the better disc jockey at a high school dance; Ben continues his quest for manhood; Mike discovers he has values, and Carol learns to think for herself instead of going along with the crowd. (Part 2 of 2)
Jason and Maggie chaperone a high school dance attended by Carol and Mike, and Ben goes in search of his manhood. (Part 1 of 2)
Without his parents' approval, Mike (KIRK CAMERON) flies to Los Angeles to surprise his Hawaiian girlfriend, Melia (KELLY ANN HU), while Carol (TRACEY GOLD), Ben (JEREMY MILLER), and his pal Boner (ANDREW KOENIG) cover for him.
Carol (TRACEY GOLD) is furious with Maggie (JOANNA KERNS) after she tells Jason (ALAN THICKE) one of Carol's most intimate secrets.
Jason and Maggie (ALAN THICKE and JOANNA KERNS) drift further apart when Maggie's new job demands more and more of her time.
Jason and Maggie (ALAN THICKE and JOANNA KERNS) are shocked when Carol (TRACEY GOLD) announces her engagement to Bobby (KEVIN WIXTED).
Mike (KIRK CAMERON) will do anything to put off doing his English paper, so Jason (ALAN THICKE) tries a bit of reverse psychology to motivate his son.
Jason Seaver (ALAN THICKE) feels dispirited and useless until he meets a sad, scruffy young girl who needs his help.
When Carol Seaver (TRACEY GOLD) turns in an exam paper that she bluffed her way through because she didn't study and gets an A+ on it, she has serious doubts about the importance of grades and education.
After starring in last year's hit play at Dewey High School, Mike Seaver (KIRK CAMERON) decides to skip the auditions for this year's production and head straight for Broadway stardom.
A couple's different ideas on how to rear their kids: his belief that kids have unlimited potential, and her practical approach--lead to "growing pains" in this half-hour of family fun.
Join the fun as a typical, upwardly mobile family rediscovers the comic pains of parenthood when mom Maggie Seaver returns to work as a journalist and dad Jason Seaver moves his psychiatric practice into their home to be with the children...
With the practical mom of an unusually impractical family back in the workplace after 15 years as a homemaker and her psychiatrist husband at home with the kids, the difficulty--and the comedy--grows.
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