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And You Thought Your Parents Were Weird (15-Nov-1991)

Director: Tony Cookson

Writer: Tony Cookson

Music Composed by: Randy Miller

Producer: Just Betzer

Keywords: Comedy, Possession, Robots

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kelly Packard
Actor
29-Jan-1975   April Giminski on Baywatch
John Quade
Actor
1-Apr-1938 9-Aug-2009 Every Which Way But Loose
Armin Shimerman
Actor
5-Nov-1949   Quark on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Marcia Strassman
Actor
28-Apr-1948 24-Oct-2014 Welcome Back, Kotter
Alan Thicke
Actor
1-Mar-1947   Growing Pains

CAST

Marcia Strassman   ...   Sarah Carson
Joshua Miller   ...   Josh Carson
Edan Gross   ...   Max Carson
John Quade   ...   Walter Kotzwinkle
Sam Behrens   ...   Steve Franklin
Alan Thicke   ...   Matthew Carson (voice)
Susan Gibney   ...   Alice Woods
A. J. Langer   ...   Beth Allen
Gustav Vintas   ...   Jaeger
Eric Walker   ...   Dwayne Kotswinkle
Bill Smillie   ...   Henry Kilbrandt
Robert Clotworthy   ...   Mike Abbott
Armin Shimerman   ...   Contest Announcer
Allan Wasserman   ...   Mel
Susan Brecht   ...   Computer Teacher
Michael Strasser   ...   Policeman
Rowena Balos   ...   Gawker #1
Jevon P. Lewis   ...   Halloween Kid #1
Kelly Packard   ...   Halloween Kid #2
Billie Joe Wright   ...   Halloween Kid #3
Synnove Sofsrud   ...   Gawker #2
Kenneth Lerner   ...   Matthew Carson (home movies)

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