Step by Step

What's Wrong with This Picture?

Season 5, Ep 12, Aired 1/5/96
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  • Episode Description
  • Dana agrees to pose nude for a prominent feminist artist who specializes in abtracts. J.T.'s afraid to break off his relationship with the daughter of an alleged mafioso. Frank won't hire an exterminator, insistant he can catch a rat himself.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Suzanne Somers

    Carol Foster Lambert

  • Patrick Duffy

    Frank Lambert

  • Staci Keanan

    Dana Foster

  • Brandon Call

    J.T. Lambert

  • Christine Lakin

    Alicia 'Al' Lambert

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (5)

    • Dana: You want me to pose nude? Jayne McNeil: Yes. Dana: Like, no underwear?

    • Karen: $100,000 for a naked picture of Dana? I bet I could get a million!

    • Dana: Her paintings make a statement. Al: What's that one state? "Don't throw up on your artwork?" Dana: I know you're a Lambert, but there is more art than just Elvis on velvet.

    • Carol: I think I hear an animal in the attic. Frank: You got your own animal here. Carol: What if it's a rat? Frank: Let him get his own girl. Carol: I can't make love in a house with a rat in it. Frank: Then it's a dead rat.

    • Mark: I hear you have a date with the mob princess. J.T.: She's hot, and she's single. How her father pays for the limo is none of my concern. Brendan: Maybe it'll be like that movie, The Godfather: you'll marry into the family, and then her brother will beat the snot out of you with a trash can. That would be cool to watch.

    Notes (2)

    • This is the second of Melanie Wilson's three, unrelated appearances on Step by Step. She can also be seen in season two's "One of the Guys" and the series finale.

    • This is the only time where the attic is shown in the Foster/Lambert house.

    Trivia (1)

    • During the first scene between Dana and Jayne McNeil, the yellow blob of paint on one of McNeil's paintings is in different positions for some frames.

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