Baby I'm Back

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CBS (ended 1978)

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Baby I'm Back was a sitcom from the late 1970's featuring former Sanford and Son star Demond Wilson and Room 222's Denise Nicholas who portrayed separated husband and wife of seven years. Ray Ellis (Wilson) had abandoned his family in Washington D.C. to head for California seven years ago owing money to loan sharks and unable to manage his marriage, leaving his wife (Nicholas), his seven-year-old boy Jordan (Tony Holmes), and two-year-old daughter Angie (Kim Fields). Out in California, an old friend of Ray's runs into him at the racetrack betting window letting him know that his wife, Olivia is remarried and he has been declared leagally dead, prompting Ray to move back to Washington D.C. and take on the task of proving himself legally alive and proving to Olivia that he could be a great husband and father. However, he had to contend with his mother-in-law Luzelle (Helen Martin) and his rivalry dimwitted Major Wallace Dickey (Ed Hall).

Kim Fields

Kim Fields

Angie Ellis

Denise Nicholas

Denise Nicholas

Olivia Ellis

Helen Martin

Helen Martin

Luzelle Carter Wilson

Demond Wilson

Demond Wilson

Raymond Ellis

Ed Hall

Ed Hall

Colonel Wallace Dickey

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