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TV Series
    (September 20, 1991-June 26, 1998)
    Originally aired on ABC
    Aired on CBS its final season
    Patrick Duffy as Frank Lambert
    Suzanne Somers as Carol Baker Foster Lambert
    Staci Keanan as Dana Foster
    Sasha Mitchell as Cody Lambert (1991-1996, 1998)
    Brandon Call as John Thomas 'JT' Lambert
    Angela Watson as Karen Foster
    Christine Lakin as Alicia 'Al' Lambert
    Christopher Castile as Mark Archibald Foster
    Josh Byrne as Brendan Lambert (1991-1997)
    Emily Mae Young as Lilly Foster Lambert #2 (1997-1998)
    Joshua Keaton as Will
    Jason Marsden as Rich Halke (1996-1998)
    Premise: Divorced father of three kids marries divorced mother of three children and their families try to blend together
    Set in Wisconsin
    It ripped off the Brady Bunch!
    It probably didn't help originality-wise that the mom's first name was the same as Carol Brady's.
    The show is set in Wisconsin, yet in its opening credits the amusement park the family attended is actually Magic Mountain Park in California with a special effects-added lake beside it.
    It had one of the corniest television theme songs ever.
    It appeared on ABC's 'TGIF' Friday night block.
    The same people who produced 'Full House' and 'Family Matters' created it.
    For a family show, it contained a lot of sexual innuendo.
    It started to focus more of its episodes on Cody, who was a 'Bill and Ted' wannabe.
    When Sasha Mitchell, who played Cody, was fired due to domestic violence allegations, the show quickly went downhill.
    It followed 'Family Matters' to CBS, where it suffered a quiet death.
    Lily aged quickly in one season, mostly to say cutesy one-liners like Full House's Michelle.
    The show's name was a pun, kids were step-siblings to each other and that it took one step at a time to bring the blended family together.
    It gave acting jobs to Patrick Duffy and Suzanne Somers, who previously were in two successful TV shows ('Dallas' and 'Three's Company').
    Its producers listened to a focus group's findings and wrote out two minor characters.
    It was more realistic than 'The Brady Bunch' with more step-sibling conflicts.

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