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The boys, especially Fat, are getting emotionally attached to Pal. Fat even wants to keep him. May, on the other hand, is totally exasperated by Pal's antics. It gets worse for May when ... See full summary »

Director:

Ken Jubenvill

Writers:

Laurie Pearson, Kevin Sullivan (creator)

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Episode cast overview:
Shirley Douglas ... May Bailey
Cynthia Belliveau ... Honey Bailey (credit only)
Kathryn Greenwood ... Grace Bailey
Tyrone Savage ... Fat Bailey
Dylan Provencher Dylan Provencher ... Hub Bailey
James Carroll James Carroll ... Max Sutton
Ken James Ken James ... Alastair Grady
Robin Craig ... Toppy Bailey
Kathryn Long ... Doris Bailey
Corinne Conley ... Dottie Grady
Louise Nicol Louise Nicol ... Tootie Miller
Nancy Kee Nancy Kee ... Marjorie Stables
Jill Frappier ... Helen McCloud
FourTee ... Buck Mayhew (as Noah Shebib)
Casey Casey ... Pal
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The boys, especially Fat, are getting emotionally attached to Pal. Fat even wants to keep him. May, on the other hand, is totally exasperated by Pal's antics. It gets worse for May when George Murphy is tied up on his vacation, which he needs to extend by two weeks. Since the boys are starting school and May does not want to look after the dog, the Baileys make arrangements with Max to look after Pal for the additional two weeks. This new arrangement does not stop Pal from wandering back to the Bailey household and his friends, Fat and Hub. Pal's latest antics start a war between Fat - and by extension all those in the Bailey household - and May's neighbors, the Grady's. Although Dottie Grady initiated the argument by demeaning Honey to Fat, Fat escalated it. May demands that Fat apologize to Dottie Grady, in front of a meeting of the Daughters of the Order of the Empire, which he eventually but reluctantly does. The over-the-top apology is not sincere, but so theatrical that Dottie ... Written by Huggo

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Genres:

Drama | Family

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 December 1996 (Canada) See more »

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