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Step by Step: Poetic Justice

Dana is upset when her poem recieves a lesser grade than Karen's in college and suspects the teacher is only giving Karen good grades to butter her up. A fact that she is soon proven right on when the teacher indeed hits on Karen. It is then up to the girls to expose the creep for what he is.

Meanwhile, Marks surprises everyone when he announces he has a new 'sugar mama'. A girl that's bent on trouble and leads Mark into her chosen lifestyle the more time they spend together.


Episode Info


Episode number: 7x5
Production Number: 466505
Airdate: Friday October 17th, 1997

Director: Patrick Duffy
Writer: Fred Rubin


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Guest Stars
Andy Hirsch (1)Andy Hirsch (1)
As (Mr.) Jace Thompson
Anna SlotkyAnna Slotky
As Amanda Dank

Co-Guest Stars
Bari K. WillerfordBari K. Willerford
As Officer (Wally) Miller
Main Cast
Patrick DuffyPatrick Duffy
As Frank Lambert
Suzanne SomersSuzanne Somers
As Carol Foster Lambert
Staci KeananStaci Keanan
As Dana Foster
Brandon CallBrandon Call
As JT Lambert
Angela WatsonAngela Watson
As Karen Foster
Christine LakinChristine Lakin
As Alicia "Al" Lambert
Christopher CastileChristopher Castile
As Mark Foster
Jason MarsdenJason Marsden
As Rich Halke
Episode Notes
Emily Mae Young (Lilly) did not appear in this episode.



Episode Quotes
Dana: (reading Karen's poem) The mall is where I spend my day, from pretzel stand to lingerie. The shoes and purses the choice is hard, oh heck put them all on my credit card. Oh yeah this is moving alright, like bran.
Karen: Well let's see what you wrote. (reading Dana's poem) Darkness, anguish, my sorrow is a moat that has no bridge. Abandoned on an island of cold pain, the agony of life. Dana this poem is like watching your puppy get run over. At least my poem was fun.

Carol: AH Frank we gotta stop making so many phone calls.
Frank: OH Geez look at this. OK, who made a 28 dollar phone call to New Zealand?
Carol: New Zealand?
Frank: That was me. I was trying to get ahold of that big babe who plays Xena Warrior Princess.

Mark: Hey, sugar mama, you look sassed.
Amanda: Double back at ya, home slice.
Frank: What the hell are they sayin?

Carol: Oh I don't like her. She is much to wild for Mark.
Al: The cafeteria lady is to wild for Mark.



Cultural References
Xena: Warrior Princess, Terminator, Snoop Doggy Dog, Marlon Brando



Other Episode Crew

CreatorWilliam S. Bickley  |  Michael Warren (2)
DeveloperThomas L. Miller (3)  |  Robert L. Boyett
Executive ProducerMichael Warren (2)  |  Thomas L. Miller (3)  |  Robert L. Boyett  |  William S. Bickley  |  Ross Brown  |  Bob Rosenfarb
Co-Executive ProducerAdam Markowitz  |  Fred Rubin
Supervising ProducerKelly Sandefur  |  Brian Bird
ProducerRonny Hallin
Co-ProducerKaren Kirchner
Associate ProducerMea Squires
EditorPam Marshall
CastingTheodore S. Hann
Unit Production ManagerCarol Himes
Second Assistant DirectorCameron Loring
MusicSteven Chesne
Music EditorGerry Rothschild
HairstylistRachel Dowling
Make-upJoe Hailey
Property MasterRussell Goble
Re-Recording MixerCharlie McDaniel, III  |  Rick Himot
On-Line EditorLee Gray
Director of PhotographyTony Askins
Story EditorRobin J. Stein
Art DirectorLynn Griffin (1)
Coordinating ProducerCarol Himes
Sound EditorJeff Simmons
Sound MixerWalter Baker
Main Title ThemeBennett Salvay  |  Jesse Frederick
Main Title Theme Written/performedJesse Frederick  |  Teresa James
Executive In Charge Of CastingBarbara Miller
Executive Script ConsultantMindy Schneider
ContinuityPatti Mustari
Men's CostumerBob Squire
Technical AssistantErik Emi
Woman's WardrobePatti Smith (2)
 
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