Growing Pains

Season 4 Episode 19

Show Ninety – Who Knew?

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Aired Unknown Mar 22, 1989 on ABC
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Show Ninety – Who Knew?
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Jason helps Mike with his Psychology class, but the result isn't what he expected.

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    Richard Sanders

    Richard Sanders

    Dr. Rosenfeld

    Guest Star

    Vito Giambalvo

    Vito Giambalvo

    Janitor

    Guest Star

    Julie McCullough

    Julie McCullough

    Julie Costello

    Recurring Role

    Kelsey Dohring

    Kelsey Dohring

    Chrissy Seaver

    Recurring Role

    Kirsten Dohring

    Kirsten Dohring

    Chrissy Seaver

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Mike sets a ketchup bottle to the left of two soda cans. When the camera angle switches to a side view, the ketchup—which should now appear behind the cans—now appears to their right.

    • QUOTES (12)

      • Maggie: Mike was right about this professor being unfair.
        Jason: Well, he could be, or it could be something else, like maybe a Teacher's Assistant graded this paper. When I was a TA, I graded undergrad papers, and I didn't know what I was doing.

      • Mike: We're still going to study together tonight at your place, right?
        Julie: You bet.
        Mike: Right.
        Julie: The key word is "study".
        Mike: Well, gee, the key word for me was "together."

      • Mike: You know, this C- really makes me miss the days when I just never studied and got crummy grades.
        Jason: Yeah, that was some great times.
        Mike: You know, back then, I would have paid big bucks for a C-. A couple times, I did.
        Jason: Pardon me?
        Mike: Just an expression, Dad.

      • Jason: Hey, Mike, I'm just pleased that you're now trying for good grades. I mean, that alone is quite an accomplishment for somebody with your pitiful academic record. I mean that as a compliment.

      • Jason: In college, the competition is tougher. You have to be more precise, say what you mean. That unclarity that was somehow okay before, now is, uh, it's clearly, it's unclear.
        Mike: I have no idea what you just said.

      • Jason: Hey, for the rest of your life, you're going to find people who are tough on you when you don't really deserve it. I mean, first of all, it's a teacher, then it's gonna be a co-worker, then it's a boss, finally it's a wife.
        Maggie: (listening from behind) What about a wife?
        Jason: I... was just, uh, telling Mike that life without a wife would be impossible.

      • Maggie: You wrote Mike's psychology answers and you got a D?
        Mike: You mean you don't know this stuff and you're charging people?

      • Dr. Rosenfeld: I suggest that you're looking at your son's work through a father's eyes, and not through the eyes of a competent professional. Which, of course, I'm sure you are in your own, little world.

      • Mike: How would you like to stand on the wind-blown deck of the Staten Island ferry and watch the sun go down and the lights of Manhattan come up?
        Julie: Mmmm. Would you be with me?
        Mike: Well, of course I'd be with you.
        Julie: Then I don't wanna go.

      • Mike: Remember when I asked you to constantly remind me to study?
        Julie: Yeah?
        Mike: Well, I no longer want you to do that anymore.
        Julie: Why?
        Mike: Because you constantly remind me to study!

      • Mike: Oh, so now I gotta go work off an F?
        Jason: Oh, like you've never had an F before?

      • Jason: (reading Mike's paper) "Common definitions of psychological complexes," there's your first problem. It's an Oedipal complex, Mike, not an edible complex.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

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