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Paul & Jamie decide to announce they are pregnant on Thanksgiving. Jamie tells a stranger on Monday. Ira figures it out on Tuesday who tells the hair dresser, who tells Lisa, who tells Sanford, and it continues. It's the Kevin Bacon game.

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Paul Buchman
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Jamie Stemple Buchman
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Fran Devanow
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Ira Buchman
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Lisa Stemple
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Theresa Stemple
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Kevin Bacon
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Burt Buchman
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Sylvia Buchman
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Debbie Buchman
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Dr. Joan Golfinos
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Maggie Conway
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Arturo the Hairdresser (as Jose Zuniga)
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Carol Rosenthal ...
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Paul & Jamie decide to announce they are pregnant on Thanksgiving. Jamie tells a stranger on Monday. Ira figures it out on Tuesday who tells the hair dresser, who tells Lisa, who tells Sanford, and it continues. It's the Kevin Bacon game.

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19 November 1996 (USA)  »

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Jamie and Paul want to no one to mention about the pregnancy, and mention the Kevin Bacon game, and Paul mentions they tried it with Mickey Rourke but it didn't work. Paul Reiser worked with both of them in, "Diner" See more »

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In the closing credits, Alex Rocco's character is mistakenly billed as "Mark Slotkin" rather than "Mel Slotkin", like he is called many times. See more »

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References Deliverance (1972) See more »

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Final Frontier
Composed by Don Was and Paul Reiser
Produced by Don Was
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