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An Older Woman

Season 7, Ep 13, Aired 1/20/98
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  • Episode Description
  • Brad's getting married....at seventeen years old? Well, maybe not after his parents get through with him. Lonely after being dumped by his girlfriend, Brad meets a nice girl at a party. The catch? She's a college student, four years older, and when Brad proposes after just a few weeks, she doesn't hesitate.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Tim Allen

    Tim Taylor

  • Patricia Richardson

    Jill Taylor

  • Jonathan Taylor Thomas

    Randall William Taylor (Seasons 1-7)

  • Earl Hindman

    Wilson

  • Taran Noah Smith

    Mark Taylor

  • Fan Reviews (2)
  • Brad's getting married?!

    By ViolinMagic100, Jul 25, 2009

  • Brad's getting married... or is he?

    By lbmouschi, Sep 20, 2006

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (8)

    • Jill: She's at least 20. Randy: Who's at least 20? Tim: This girl that Brad's going out with. Jill: What would a 20-year-old girl want with a guy like Brad? Randy: Maybe the place she lives in doesn't allow her to have a dog...

    • Wilson: Married? At Brad's age? Tim: He'll have to sit at the children's table at his own wedding.

    • Tim (to Brad): You can't get married, you've got homework!

    • Tim: Waiter, get me some champagne! And some juice boxes for the bride and groom!

    • Jill (about Brad): Dinner at 9 o'clock? A few years ago, he was going to bed at 9 o'clock. Tim: A few years from now, WE'LL be going to bed at 9 o'clock.

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    Notes (2)

    • Mark dyes his hair pink at the end of this episode, but it goes back to brown in the next episode.

    • This is the first and only time any of the Taylor kids have ever been engaged to be married.

    Trivia (1)

    • At the end of the episode, Mark says he's going out and will be back around 9:00, and his parents just say "okay" without even asking where he's going. Tim and Jill are normally much more attentive parents than that and over the course of the series, Jill's very first response to one of her children leaving the house was almost always "Where are you going?" Also, since Mark was only in seventh grade in this episode, that makes it even more unusual that his parents wouldn't keep better tabs on his whereabouts.

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