Gimme a Break!

Season 4 Episode 17

Alabamy Bound (1)

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Aired Unknown Jan 26, 1985 on NBC
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Alabamy Bound (1)
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Nell, Addy and Joey go off to Alabama for Nell's sister's wedding. Nell is upset because her mother has not changed, and she is still ridiculing her. Nell is happy that soon after the wedding, she will be going back to Glenlawn, and will be away from her mother for good. However, Nell learns that after the wedding Mama Maybelle moving in with her in Glenlawn.moreless

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    Joey Lawrence

    Joey Lawrence

    Joey Donovan [ seasons 3-6 ]

    Telma Hopkins

    Telma Hopkins

    Addy Wilson [ seasons 3-6 ]

    Nell Carter

    Nell Carter

    Nellie Ruth "Nell" Harper

    Dolph Sweet

    Dolph Sweet

    Chief Carl Kanisky (1981-1985)

    Kari Michaelson

    Kari Michaelson

    Katie Kanisky (1981-1986)

    Lara Jill Miller

    Lara Jill Miller

    Samantha "Sam" Kanisky

    Lynne Thigpen

    Lynne Thigpen

    Loretta

    Guest Star

    Hakeem Abdul Samad

    Hakeem Abdul Samad

    Jerome

    Guest Star

    Rene Levant

    Rene Levant

    Howard

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    Rosetta LeNoire

    Rosetta LeNoire

    Mama Maybelle Harper

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      • A few things have changed with this episode. Nell's mother is now played by Rosetta LeNoire, her name is Maybelle instead of Emma. Her sister is now played by Lynne Thigpen, and named Loretta, rather than Marie. The house also looks different inside than on the first season episode "Nell Goes Home". Also, Nell's mother acts like she's never seen Joey before, but in the previous season, Nell's mother (played by Hilda Haynes) visited the Kanisky household on the episode "A Kanisky Christmas" and most likely would have seen Joey then.

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