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TV Series
    (September 25, 1982-March 4, 1987)
    Born in United States
    Ricky Schroder as Ricky Stratton
    Joel Higgins as Edward Stratton III
    Erin Gray as Kate Summers Stratton
    John Houseman as Grandfather Edward Stratton II
    Christine Belford as Evelyn Bluedhorn Stratton (1983–86)
    Jason Bateman as Derek Taylor (1982–84)
    Alfonso Ribeiro as as Alfonso Spears (1984–87)
    Franklyn Seales as Dexter Stuffins (1983–87)
    Corky Pigeon as Freddy Lippincottleman (1983–86)
    Leonard Lightfoot as Leonard Rollins (1982–1983)
    Bobby Fite as J.T. Martin (1983–84)
    Aired on NBC (1982-86) and in syndication (1986-87)
    Premise: A young boy moves in with his estranged, immature father after being sent to military school
    It was another cheesy, unrealistic 80's family sitcom.
    It had several awkward 'Very Special Episodes,' such as one where Ricky gets busted watching porn and another one featuring Bruce Jenner where Alfonso is diagnosed with dyslexia.
    It had a cross-over episode with Diff'rent Strokes.
    80's boy band Menudo infamously appeared and performed on an episode.
    The show got less popular as Schroder got older and it ended up dying in syndication.
    Unlike its contemporaries, it hasn't been rerun much since it was canceled.
    Bateman's character was given a spin-off series that fizzled after a season.
    Mr. T. guest starred on one of the first episodes.
    Its child stars Schroder, Bateman and Ribeiro went on to have success as adults.
    It allowed Alfonso Ribeiro to show off his smooth breakdancing moves.
    Schroder's character, although spoiled, remained friendly and likeable throughout its run.
    One episode foreshadowed the internet dating craze when Ricky went out on a date with a girl he met on a pre-internet message board.

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