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Down to Earth (1984)

Season 2 Episode 13

A Valentine for Valentino

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Aired Unknown Feb 01, 1985 on TBS
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A Valentine for Valentino
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Lissy takes a stand for the less popular kids in school when she decides to take a nerd to the Valentine's Day dance, and Ethel, whose Valentine date with Rudolph Valentino has fallen through, ends up as a date for the nerd's brother. Meanwhile, when Richard brings his new invention home -- a lie detector called the "Ball O' Truth" -- Lissy and Ethel are forced to say tell their geeky dates their true feelings.moreless

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    Michael DeLano

    Michael DeLano

    Jake Fiore (Season 3-4)

    Dick Sargent

    Dick Sargent

    Richard Preston (Season 2-)

    Ronnie Schell

    Ronnie Schell

    Lester Luster (Season 2)

    David Kaufman

    David Kaufman

    Duane Preston

    Stephen Johnson

    Stephen Johnson

    Richard Preston (Season 1)

    Carol Mansell

    Carol Mansell

    Ethel MacDoogan

    Sandy Helberg

    Sandy Helberg

    Arnold Chomski

    Guest Star

    Lewis Arquette

    Lewis Arquette

    Chester Chomski

    Guest Star

    Lori Birdsong

    Lori Birdsong

    Bambi Chomski

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      • Duane: What's this, Dad?
        Richard: It's my new invention. What do you think of it?
        Duane: It's impressive. Impressive, Dad. (The lie detector BEEPS) And it makes noises, too. I like that. (The lie detector BEEPS again.)
        Richard: Have you guessed what it is?
        Duane: I think so. It's a machine that beeps every time I talk.
        Richard: That's pretty close.

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