The major needs a guest of honor for a base celebration of the Corps' 215th anniversary, and Vice President Quayle responds to the invitation. It is also Elizabeth's 16th birthday, and she feels neglected.moreless
Henry is truly back on his feet and working feverishly to adopt Punky, but he finds himself fighting the clock when Punky's new foster parents, Jules and Tiffany, plan to take her and move out of the country for good.moreless
Henry is rushed into surgery after a serious collapse, and it is obvious that he will not recover at all if he doesn't stop worrying about Punky and his photography studio. Punky is not allowed to leave Fenster Hall and see him, but she joins forces with Cherie, Margaux, and her new friends to make the ultimate escape.moreless
Linda is the sweet and kindhearted custodian at Punky's school, but her mental disabilities have left her with very low self-esteem. Linda is quickly befriended by fourth grade teacher Mike, as well as Punky, but Linda soon realizes that some people will never see past her differences. Fortunately, she has a secret gift that is not recognized by most, and it will take some extra support from her closest friends to share it with those around her.moreless
A family tree assignment for school causes Punky anguish when she remembers that her mother is no longer in her life. Her teacher Mike confides in her that he himself was also abandoned as a child. Determined to fill the void in their lives, Mike and Punky team up to locate their biological mothers.moreless
Punky and Cherie are befriended by a group of sophisticated sixth graders, who even induct them into their exclusive club. However, it doesn't take long for the older girls to reveal a dangerous secret.moreless
Cherie, Margaux, and Alan are all members of the famous Jersey Janet's dance class for children, so Punky immediately signs up, despite her friends' gentle reminders that she has no rhythm. Punky's first class is a disaster, and with her lack of tapping skills, it's going to take some creativity for her teacher to think of a way to involve her in the recital.moreless
Homeless boy TC Fenestra slips through Punky's bedroom window and steals a jewelry box that holds sentimental value to her. Punky follows TC into an alley, where he lives and follows the orders of troubled teenager Blade. Convinced that Henry will take in TC as a foster child, just as he did with her, Punky convinces TC to come home with her, but Henry ends up bringing him straight to Fenster Hall. Once there, TC befriends some of the other orphaned children, bonds with manager Mike Fulton, and finally opens up about his painful past. Just when TC's life seems to be turning around, however, Blade returns--and there's only one thing he's after.moreless
WALK POOL: Henry regrets volunteering to take Betty's place for the daily task of walking Punky and her friends to and from school, because Scotty Lotabucci (R.J. Williams), one of the kids who walks to school with Punky, is a terror.
GONE FISHING: Henry tells Punky about a fish called "Big Al", then he takes Punky and her friends fishing.moreless
Although he is growing increasingly attached to Punky, Henry calls the Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS), and a social worker arrives at the apartment to bring her to a nearby orphanage. As much as Henry and Punky want to stay together, the social worker emphasizes that Henry's age and marital status are not in his favor, so Punky must go to Fenster Hall. Once there, she meets her two roommates and joins forces with them to escape and return back to the person she wants to be with the most.moreless
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