Family Ties

Season 3 Episode 15

Auntie Up

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Aired Unknown Jan 10, 1985 on NBC
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The Keatons' Aunt Trudy dies.

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    Edith Atwater

    Edith Atwater

    Aunt Gertrude "Trudy" Harris

    Guest Star

    Matthew Faison

    Matthew Faison

    Mr. Cromwell

    Guest Star

    Bernadette Birkett

    Bernadette Birkett

    Mrs. Cromwell

    Guest Star

    John Petlock

    John Petlock

    Reverend Wilson

    Recurring Role

    Enid Kent

    Enid Kent

    Phyllis

    Recurring Role

    Marc Price

    Marc Price

    Irwin "Skippy" Handelman

    Recurring Role

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      • Alex: Hey, I have some great stuff for the garage sale.
        Steven: Oh, that's terrific, Alex. Nice to see you pitchin' in like this.
        Alex: Well, dad, it's the least I can do. I mean, we gotta get this junk out of the house and make some sacrifices, and I'm willing to do my part.
        Jennifer: Well, what do you have there?
        Alex: Everything in Mallory's closet.

      • Mallory: You know, whenever I try to concentrate on school, my mind drifts to other things.
        Aunt Trudy: Like what?
        Mallory: Boys.
        Aunt Trudy: Oh, that'll change. Soon you'll drift to men.

      • Mallory: Skippy, if I ever wink at you, it's only because I have a bug in my eye.

      • Mallory: I'm scared about Aunt Trudy.
        Skippy: I know. She's a very special person. Remember when I was a little kid? I used to come over to the house when she was visiting, and we used to play hide-and-seek. No one else would look for me.

      • Steven: I'm Steven Keaton, Trudy's nephew.
        Stu: Stu Devin, Trudy's dentist. I saw the obituary in the paper and thought I'd drop by.
        Steven: Nice to meet you.
        Stu: She was a fine woman. Great – great teeth.

      • Steven: Funerals are usually your mother's area.
        Mallory: What do you mean?
        Steven: Well, when you've been together as long as your mother and I have, you tend to divide the big emotional responsibilities. Your mother handles funerals, first dates, and plumbing. I handle colds and flu, open school night, and – uh – office supplies.

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