Season 1 Episode 29

Over A Barrel Part 3

Aired Unknown Apr 25, 1993 on PBS
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Over A Barrel Part 3
Lenni is upset when she sees her father and Sally together. Tina and Alex find out the barrels were supposed have been taken away by Mr. Miller, a local businessman and philanthropist. He seems suspicious when they start snooping around his hauling station. The team wants to prove he's the guilty culprit but someone has beaten them and stolen the last piece of evidence.moreless

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    Marcella Lowery

    Marcella Lowery

    Grandma CeCe Jenkins

    David Lopez

    David Lopez

    Alex Fernandez

    Blaze Berdahl

    Blaze Berdahl

    Lenni Frazier

    Todd Alexander

    Todd Alexander

    Rob Baker (1992-1993)

    Mayteana Morales

    Mayteana Morales

    Gaby Fernandez (1992-94)

    Tram-Anh Tran

    Tram-Anh Tran

    Tina Nguyen

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    • QUOTES (4)

      • Lenni: Ghostwriter, can I talk to you?
        Ghostwirter: Hi, Lenni.
        Lenni: My Dad likes Sally a whole lot.
        Ghostwriter: That's good, isn't it?
        Lenni: It scares me.
        Ghostwriter: Why?

      • Jamal: (Talking to stuffed animals) Bernie the Bear, meet Mevlin the duck. Grrr. Oh look, Duck Melvin, it's a bear! I saved you guys from the trash bin so you owe me. One good thing about being stuff, you don't have to worry about perc, do you? (knocking sound) Just a minute! (tosses toys into the closet and opens the door for Rob) Come on man, I've been waiting for you.
        Rob: Sorry.
        Jamal: Let's go.
        Rob: So who were you talking to about perc, Ghostwriter?
        Jamal: Uh, you know you have to write to him.
        Rob: Who said that?
        Jamal: Never mind.
        Rob: Who?
        Jamal: (yells Never mind!!

      • Mr. Miller: To me, the kids are the future. That's why I like to give so generously to so many organizations. You know they're giving me an award on Sunday at the Hurston school. They voted me Citizen of the Year.

      • Max: I've begun to realize that having a new relationship doesn't mean forgetting the old. Whatever happens with Sally or anybody else that I might meet, your mom is still every bit as special to me as when she was alive. Does that make any sense to you?
        Lenni: I guess.
        Max: And you are the most special thing of all in my life. You always will be.

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