Gimme a Break!

Season 4 Episode 1

New Orleans (1) (a.k.a.) Joey Goes to New Orleans (1)

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Aired Unknown Sep 29, 1984 on NBC
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New Orleans (1) (a.k.a.) Joey Goes to New Orleans (1)
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Nell and Joey go to New Orleans where Nell sees a man she hasn't seen in 15 years. The two take Joey to the World's Fair, and when they go to visit a jazz club, he proposes to her. She is baffled by his proposal and doesn't know what to say. As this is happening, a man is watching Joey in the jazz club. When Joey finally sees him looking at him, he goes to Nell and tells her he thinks that the man is his father. The man happily says "Joey" as Joey says "Dad", and the two embrace, as Nell stares in shock.moreless

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    Joey Lawrence

    Joey Lawrence

    Joey Donovan [ seasons 3-6 ]

    John Hoyt

    John Hoyt

    Grandpa Stanley Kanisky [ seasons 2-6 ]

    Nell Carter

    Nell Carter

    Nellie Ruth "Nell" Harper

    Kari Michaelson

    Kari Michaelson

    Katie Kanisky [ seasons 1-5; episodes 113-114 ]

    Lara Jill Miller

    Lara Jill Miller

    Samantha "Sam" Kanisky [ seasons 1-6]

    Dolph Sweet

    Dolph Sweet

    Chief Carl Kanisky (1981-1985)

    Charles Weldon

    Charles Weldon

    Good Ol' Charlie Johnson

    Guest Star

    Fred McCarren

    Fred McCarren

    Tim Donovan

    Guest Star

    Carol Sutton

    Carol Sutton

    Stewardess

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      • Other credited guests, who are most likely not stars, and haven't appeared on any other shows, are Lamora Nellis, Bruce B. Levy, Nat Pierce, Jesse John Sales, Norman J. Bowden, Arthur W. Edwards and Charles L. Thomas. They are most likely singers in the choir, and band members at the end.

      • As this season opened, Lara Jill Miller had blossomed into a young lady; thus ending her tom-boy days and sitting on people's laps. She had gone through puberty and was told by costume designers to get a whole new wardrobe to fit the "new her" as she mentioned on the E! True Story.

      • Nell sings "Everytime I Feel The Spirit Floating In My Heart I Pray" along with a choir at the World's Fair, and also sings "Ain't Nobody's Buisness If I do" as good ol' Charlie Johnson plays the piano in the jazz club in New Orleans.

      • Dolph Sweet and Lauri Hendler do not appear in this episode.

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