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Step by Step: Just Say Maybe

Carol refuses to let Al and the others go to a rock concert until it's revealed that she attended and did drugs at the infamous 60's concert, Woodstock. The concert though features Al actually entertaining the idea of doing drugs, the same one Carol did.

Meanwhile, Jean-Luc finds himself in the middle of a bizarre domestic dispute of sorts when he has to fend off the advances of Carol's married friend.

Episode Info


Episode number: 6x4
Production Number: 465360
Airdate: Friday March 28th, 1997


Alternate Airdates:

NZ (TVNZ) Dec 02, 1997

Guest Stars
David GrafDavid Graf
As Dave Roberts
Recurring
Josh KeatonJosh Keaton
As Will Peters (as Josh Peters)
Karen Austin (1)Karen Austin (1)
As Patti (Mustari) Roberts
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
Josh ByrneJosh Byrne
As Brenden Lambert
Bronson PinchotBronson Pinchot
As Jean-Luc Rieupeyroux
Emily Mae YoungEmily Mae Young
As Lilly Foster-Lambert #2
Jason MarsdenJason Marsden
As Rich Halke
Episode Notes
David Graf (as Officer Dave Roberts) also played a cop in the big screen film series, Police Academy.

The name of Carol's friend, Patti Mustari (maiden name) is borrowed from the Continuity Supervisor on the series from seasons one and two.



Episode Quotes
Frank: Let's see your up there listening to a band named Moral Sewage and a guy named Viper comes up and invites you to a party in his sleeping bag and nine months later I have a grandson named, Sankebite.

Dave: Headquarters is sending me down to Chicago for the convention to show off our new prototype squad car. That's baby is loaded with so much crime-fighting technology you could invade Bagdad with it.

Karen: We'll see you guys later we're going to the movies.
JT: Yeah where we'll be able to sit pretty anywhere we want because cause every other teenager in town will be at ROCK FESTIVAL 97.
Dana: Yeah and don't you worry about us raising all kinda of heck tonight cause we'll be sure the movie is suitable for youngsters and afterwords we'll be down at the malt shop having root beers with Potsie.
Carol: Patti these are my very bitter children.
Patti: Hi, I'm Patti.
Carol: Well they're mad at me cause I won't let them go to Rock Festival 97.
Patti: Why not? You and I had a great time at Woodstock.
Al: Wait a minute. Carol went to woodstock? Then why can't we go to Rock Festival 97?
Carol: Al, Woodstock was...different.
Al: Oh really? Let's review shall we? Deviant rock bands, teenagers sleeping side by side and no adult supervision other than the Grateful Dead.
Patti: Carol I don't think you need to worry about the kids. I mean it can't be nearly as wild as Woodstock. It's not like there gonna go up there and smoke pot and dance on top of a VW van like you did.

Dana: Al, are you serious? You're thinking about trying pot?
Al: Yeah why not? The President of the United States tried it.
Dana: The President did not inhale.
Al: Yeah right.



Episode Goofs
Carol refuses to let Al go to a concert and the others can't go either. Despite the fact that JT is 19 (or 20, depending on the season), Dana is older than him and Karen is at least 18.



Cultural References
Potsie: The popular character from the 70's/80's series, Happy Days, was referenced by Dana.

Grateful Dead: The legendary rock band was referenced several times in this episode.

Bob Dole: Jean-Luc named one of his snails after the 1996 Republican Presidential candidate.

Lenny Kravitz: Another of the well known artists mentioned in this episode.



Other Episode Crew

CreatorWilliam Bickley  |  Michael Warren (2)
DeveloperRobert L. Boyett  |  Thomas L. Miller
Executive ProducerMichael Warren (2)  |  Thomas L. Miller  |  William Bickley  |  Robert L. Boyett  |  Ross Brown  |  Bob Rosenfarb
Supervising ProducerLiz Sage  |  Adam Markowitz
ProducerRonny Hallin  |  John Wierick  |  Brian Bird  |  Shelly Landau
Co-ProducerKaren Kirchner  |  Casey Maxwell Clair
Associate ProducerLori Glass
EditorPam Marshall
CastingTheodore S. Hann
Unit Production ManagerCarol Himes
Second Assistant DirectorCameron Loring
MusicJesse Frederick  |  Bennett Salvay
Music EditorGerry Rothschild
HairstylistRachel Dowling
Make-upJoe Hailey
Property MasterKerry Scott Knerr
Post Production SupervisorRob Starnes
Re-Recording MixerRick Himot  |  Charlie McDaniel, III
On-Line EditorAlex Trocker
Director of PhotographyTony Askins
Story EditorCary Okmin
Art DirectorLynn Griffin
Coordinating ProducerCarol Himes
Sound EditorKathy Oldham
Sound MixerWalter Baker
Executive Story EditorJoel Ronkin  |  Larry Kase
Executive In Charge Of CastingBarbara Miller (2)
Women's CostumerLyn Paolo
ContinuityPatti Mustari
Men's CostumerBob Squire
Technical AssistantErik Emi
 
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