Valerie (1986–1991)
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Burned Out 

An electrical short in an old lamp stored in the attic causes a house fire that seriously damages the Hogan home. The fire renews the family's grief over Valerie's recent death, compounded when David finds a charred picture of his mother on what used to be his nightstand. But when Mark and Willie complain over maybe being out of their home for weeks, David's devotional speech gives everyone a ... See full summary »

Director:

Howard Storm

Writers:

Charlie Hauck (created by), Chip Keyes | 2 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Sandy Duncan ... Sandy Hogan
Jason Bateman ... David Hogan
Dan Ponce ... Willie Hogan (as Danny Ponce)
Jeremy Licht ... Mark Hogan
Edie McClurg ... Mrs. Patty Poole
Josh Taylor ... Michael Hogan
Willard Scott ... Peter Poole
Terry Wills Terry Wills ... Bill
Wren T. Brown ... Policeman #2 (as Wren Brown)
Francis T. Perry Williams Francis T. Perry Williams ... Policeman #1
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An electrical short in an old lamp stored in the attic causes a house fire that seriously damages the Hogan home. The fire renews the family's grief over Valerie's recent death, compounded when David finds a charred picture of his mother on what used to be his nightstand. But when Mark and Willie complain over maybe being out of their home for weeks, David's devotional speech gives everyone a reason to be thankful.

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Genres:

Comedy | Family

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Sandy Hogan: I just want you to remember something. We are all very lucky to be alive.
Willie Hogan: I don't feel very lucky.
Mark Hogan: Yeah - me, neither.
David Hogan: Yeah, but you are. I mean, we all are.
Michael Hogan: How's that, Dave?
David Hogan: Uh... no, nothing.
Michael Hogan: No - no, no. Come on - come on. You seem to be handling this better than your brothers.
David Hogan: Well, I remember driving down the street, seeing our house on fire. And, uh, not knowing where you were... I never felt so lonely. I mean, that is the most frightened that I have ever been... And as - as I ran, I ...
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Side by Side
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Written by Harry M. Woods
Performed by Mitch Miller and His Orchestra
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 October 1987 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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