Blossom

Season 1 Episode 3

My Sister's Keeper

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Aired Thursday 8:30 PM Jan 07, 1991 on NBC
7.8
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My Sister's Keeper
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Blossom looks forward to her first prom date, with Joey's friend Bobby, but after Joey warns him about Bobby's reputation as a ladies' man, Nick forbids her to go out with him.

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  • joey's friend bobby likes blossom and joey being the older protecting brother gives blossom some news that bobby is a ladies man and wants her to be careful. blossom decides to go out with bobby, the evening couldnt be better for blossom as she goes on anmoreless

    9.4
    i thought it was a good episode and i really enjoyed stephen dorffs character bobby. You can see that blossom really likes him and joey is only lookin out for his little sister. This is one of my favourite episodes in blossom as we see how much the family care for blossom.

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • "Bobby" played by Stephen Dorff in this episode is a character they allude to in the season finale with a new name and a new actor. They introduce him as Blossom's boyfriend from college "Ricky" played by a different actor in "Love Stinks!"

  • QUOTES (1)

    • Six: Blossom and I were talking about our love lives.
      Joey: That's like the Pope and Mr. Rogers talking about their love lives!

  • NOTES (1)

    • This episode has Stephen Dorff as Bobby Joey's friend that goes to college and dates Blossom. However in later episodes his character name is changed to Ricky and he is played by a different actor.

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Blossom: You were right, Six. He likes me. He really, really likes me!
      Six: Please. You sound like Sally Field!

      Sally Field is a popular American actress. When she won an Academy Award in 1985 for her work in the film Places in the Heart, the most memorable part of her acceptance speech was when she said, "You like me! You really, really like me!"

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