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Hogan Family

It starts out as a standard family sitcom called ``Valerie'' about a mom juggling the demands of work, three boys and a frequently absent airline pilot husband. Then after star Valerie Harper has a falling-out with producers, her character is killed off. Enter Sandy Duncan as the live-in aunt and surrogate mother figure, which leads to renaming the show first ``Valerie's Family'' and then ``The Hogan Family.'' In addition to light sitcom fare, the show tackles ``very special episode'' topics like the death of a parent, drunken driving, teen sex and AIDS.

Mar 01, 1986
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Animal House

S04, E01  (First Aired: Oct. 3, 1988)
David (Jason Bateman) tries to gain instant popularity by stealing his college's mascot. With Sandy Duncan and Josh Taylor.

Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow

S04, E02  (First Aired: Oct. 10, 1988)
As a practical joke, Willie and Mark (Danny Ponce, Jeremy Licht) convince David (Jason Bateman) he is going bald.

Dad's First Date

S04, E03  (First Aired: Oct. 17, 1988)
Michael's (Josh Taylor) nervousness nearly ruins his first date since his wife's death. With Sandy Duncan and Jason Bateman.

Foiled Again

S04, E04  (First Aired: Nov. 14, 1988)
Burt (Steve Witting) challenges David (Jason Bateman) to a duel after learning that David is dating his girlfriend (Jennifer Runyon).

Save Baby Mark

S04, E05  (First Aired: Nov. 21, 1988)
Dave ask Mark and Willie to help sweep the chimney; Mark gets stuck.

Saturday Night Feverish

S04, E06  (First Aired: Nov. 28, 1988)
Chaperon David (Jason Bateman) rules over his younger siblings' (Danny Ponce, Jeremy Licht) first party.

Tobacco Road

S04, E07  (First Aired: Dec. 5, 1988)
Willie's (Danny Ponce) new-found smoking habit ignites Sandy's (Sandy Duncan) old vice. With Jason Bateman.

The Big Sleep

S04, E08  (First Aired: Dec. 12, 1988)
Sandy has trouble staying awake during a talk-show appearance.

Strangers on a Train

S04, E10  (First Aired: Jan. 16, 1989)
Willie and Mark (Danny Ponce, Jeremy Licht) sneak out to an inner-city vigil honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.