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I think that it's in the second and third (and fourth and fifth) seasons that we get a clearer picture of all the Seavers and their friends (not to mention Mike's best friend Boner, who plays a rather boring and trivial role in the first year).
It is hilarious and I love how they it in different issues that Kids, and even adults, have to face in life.
My all time favourite TV drama! watched it when i was a kid... And why is the first season of all TV dramas the best?Published 6 months ago by Fang Hua
My wife and really made sure to see this program when it was on the air back when. Still enjoy Kirk Cameron's Mike Seaver antics. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Gary G. Sumner
OMG I wish they would come out with ALL the seasons. WHERE IS LEO? HMMM? Le sigh, I can satisfy my 90's sitcom bloodlust with this, but C'MON. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sara
Daughter was so happy to get this; she loved the show as a teen and now can share it with her own daughters.
Arrived on time, exactly as ordered.
It's okay and a little dated, sappy and tedious to get through. Of course I loved this growing up but now I'm forty and I just find this cutesy stuff is not for me at all. Read morePublished 7 months ago by bsblurr
Fun interactions and old adages make this a decent show for today's kids. Some of the themes will remind parents how the 80's were raunchy blip in history, and that made its way... Read morePublished 9 months ago by R. Workman
This was very popular in the 1980s. Kirk Cameron was looking like the next Michael J. Fox.
22 episodes on four discs
Scenes from the original... Read more
Hard to find family friendly programing these days but this fills the spot wonderfully. It shows character, morals, family relationsips and a happy marriage. Read morePublished 16 months ago by L. Harder