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Episode Info  

Episode number: 3x10
Production Number: 455461
Airdate: Friday November 26th, 1993

Director: Patrick Duffy
Writer: R.J. Colleary

Alternate Airdates:

NZ (TVNZ) Apr 22, 1995

 
Co-Guest Stars
Main Cast
Patrick DuffyPatrick Duffy
As Frank Lambert
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
Brandon CallBrandon Call
As JT Lambert
Angela WatsonAngela Watson
As Karen Foster
Christine LakinChristine Lakin
As Alicia "Al" Lambert
Christine LakinChristine Lakin
As Alicia "Al" Lambert
Christopher CastileChristopher Castile
As Mark Foster
Josh ByrneJosh Byrne
As Brenden Lambert
Sasha Mitchell (1)Sasha Mitchell (1)
As Cody Lambert
Episode Notes
The kit Carol bought to learn Frank to dance was literally called the "Learn How To Dance Kit".



Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Frank SinatraIt Had To Be YouWhile Carol and Frank dance in the closing scene


Episode Quotes
Carol: OH, Frank, just give me three good reasons why you won't dance and I'll drop the whole thing.
Frank: I hate it. I can't do it. And when I try I feel like a complete fool.
Carol: Well, those are pretty thin excuses.

Frank: Honey I'm warning you, my mom tried to teach me how to dance when I was thirteen. That's why she has that limp.

(Dana walks in on Cody teaching Frank to dance)
Dana: I don't have time right now but later I'm gonna have a lot of questions.



Episode Goofs
In the scene with Michael at the 50's Cafe when he accuses Dana of being fourteen why doesn't she just show him her drivers license?



Analysis
Frank's Resistance

Why is it that Frank tends to have to be drug, usually while kicking and screaming, into the 20th century (anything new)? This is a trait of the character that can be played up for comedic effect but it's also like JT's ''shut down brain say/do anything to get girl' syndrome, it gets old after a while. Though this particular instance was rather funny, going back to it to often (an SBS trait) is one of the reasons why people stopped watching sitcoms in the first place.



Other Episode Crew

CreatorWilliam Bickley
DeveloperRobert L. Boyett  |  Thomas L. Miller
Executive ProducerRobert L. Boyett  |  William Bickley  |  Michael Warren (2)  |  Thomas L. Miller  |  Doris Quinlan
Co-Executive ProducerHoward Adler
ProducerDale McRaven  |  Ronny Hallin  |  Jules Bass
Co-ProducerKaren Kirchner
CastingTheodore S. Hann
Unit Production ManagerStewart Lyons
First Assistant DirectorDon Martin Nielsen
Second Assistant DirectorJill Frank
MusicSteven Chesne  |  Gary Boren
Music EditorMerelyn Davis
Music SupervisorGregory Sill
HairstylistRachel Dowling
Make-upJoe Hailey
Property MasterPaul Iannizzotto
Re-Recording MixerRick Himot  |  Charlie McDaniel, III
OtherBilly Pittard (Title Designer)
Story EditorRich Halke
Art DirectorTommy Goetz
Coordinating ProducerStewart Lyons
Sound EditorChris Rudy
Executive Story EditorMaria A. Brown (1)  |  John Wierick  |  Brian Bird
Main Title ThemeJesse Frederick
Main Title Theme Written/performedTeresa James  |  Jesse Frederick
Executive In Charge Of CastingBarbara Miller (2)
Women's CostumerLyn Paolo
ContinuityPatti Mustari
Men's CostumerBob Squire
Technical AssistantErik Emi
 
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