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Middle-aged Indianapolis divorcée Ann Romano raised two strong-willed teenage daughters in this long-running Norman Lear-developed sitcom, a consistent Top 20 series that tackled topical family issues in a candid, straightforward manner. Most of the laugh (more…)
Premiered: December 16, 1975
It's the morning after their father's first overnight visit -- for the girls it means reconciliation, for David it means worry, and for Ann and Ed it means a rekindling of old feelings, in the conclusion of a two-part story.
Ann's ex-husband Ed drops in with a bombshell that Barbara desperately hopes will spark a reconciliation, in the first of a two?part story. Ann's mixed emotions and hospitality lend some credence to Barbara's dream...at least for the time being.
David gets a dose of reality and discovers there's more to fatherhood than he expected when he is pressed into service as chaperon for Julie and Barbara's "break training" party.
Julie's excitement turns to hurt and jealousy when her blind date seems to only have eyes for Ann. Julie has trouble coping with the problem and with her mother because Ann fails to see what is really happening.