I'm Okay, You're Really Weird 

Eccentric man claims that the solution to everyone's problems is to get in touch with the inner child and live optimistically, adventurously and without responsibilities once again. The town does just that. Mitchell is suspicious.

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Bill Switzer ... Mitchell Taylor
Daniel Clark ... Stanley Hope
Deborah Odell ... Mrs. Taylor
Lindy Booth ... Carrie Taylor
Bruce Hunter ... Edward Taylor
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Neil Crone ... Mr. Crawford
Tony Daniels ... Elvis
David Keeley ... Sheriff
David Sparrow ... Mr. Dudley
Sean Sullivan Sean Sullivan ... Dr. Siggy Lloyd
Janet Wright ... Mrs. Floyd
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Eccentric man claims that the solution to everyone's problems is to get in touch with the inner child and live optimistically, adventurously and without responsibilities once again. The town does just that. Mitchell is suspicious.

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TV-Y7
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1998 (Canada) See more »

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Mitchell clearly refers to "Mrs Lloyd" when he talks to Dr Siggy Lloyd's mother on the phone, and the surname Lloyd is confirmed on a poster for Dr Lloyd's book, seen at his public seminar. His mother, however, is listed as "Mrs Floyd" in the end credits. See more »

Quotes

Carrie Taylor: I didn't know Dr Lloyd wrote "Men are From Denmark, Women are From France".
Mrs. Taylor: Until I read it, I had no idea your father watching sports was giving our relationship room to grow.
Edward Taylor: Or that your mother bought all those shoes to keep the romance in our marriage.
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