Punky Brewster

Season 3 Episode 4

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Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Nov 04, 1987 on NBC
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Divorce Anderson Style
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Henry and Punky are annoyed at Alan keeps showing up at their apartment unannounced, but they soften when they learn about the problems going on in Alan's home. When his bickering parents decide to get a divorce, Punky is unsure of how to comfort her friend, and matters worsen when Alan--who refuses to leave town with his mother--asks for Punky's help with a difficult task.moreless

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    Soleil Moon Frye

    Soleil Moon Frye

    Penelope "Punky" Brewster

    George Gaynes

    George Gaynes

    Henry Warnimont

    T.K. Carter

    T.K. Carter

    Mike Fulton

    Casey Ellison

    Casey Ellison

    Allen Anderson

    Ami Foster

    Ami Foster

    Margaux Kramer

    Cherie Johnson

    Cherie Johnson

    Cherie Johnson

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (10)

      • Punky: Sounds like your parents are getting along great!
        Alan: They're not getting along. It's an act.

      • Cherie: I know! Let's go eat in the treehouse.
        Margaux: Yeah, that's a good idea. This is a fiasco!
        Alan: You mean a Mexican holiday?
        Margaux: No, that's a fiesta!

      • Cherie: Here, I want you to have my lucky quarter. I've been saving it for years.
        Alan: Thanks Cherie. I'll think of you when I spend it!

      • Alan: Remember when we used to have a crush on each other?
        Cherie: Yeah.
        Alan: I'm sure glad that's over with.
        Cherie: Me too!

      • Alan: I'll be like you were, Punky--on my own.
        Punky: You know what the great thing is about being on your own?
        Alan: What?
        Punky: Nothing. It sounds like fun, but it isn't.
        Alan: What's it like?
        Punky: Well, it's about feeling lonely. Scared. Wondering what's gonna happen to you next. And even if something good does happen, there's no one with you to share it with.
        Alan: But you had Brandon, and I have my sea monkeys. They're great friends, especially the one on the left!
        Punky: Yeah, but they're not people! Finding Henry was the best thing that ever happened to me.

      • Punky: Henry, I'm worried about Allen.
        Henry: So am I. He eats this pie regularly.

      • Allen: I guess this is good-bye, Punky.
        Punky: I guess so.
        Allen: Thanks for...everything.
        Punky: There's no reason to thank me.
        Allen: Yes there is...I never told you this before but...well, sometimes all the other kids used to treat me like I were a nerd. But not you. You really acted like you really wanted to be my friend.
        Punky: I am your friend. And I always will be.

      • Henry: (looking at Annie's 'mock apple pie') If you don't mind my curiosity, Annie, why would one make a mock apple pie instead of a real apple pie?
        Annie: Oooooh, it's the challenge!
        Henry: Of course...

      • Henry: Allen, why are you always over here constantly all the time forever?
        Allen: You mean a lot?
        Henry: Yes.
        Allen: Well, to tell you the truth, I'm at my wits end.
        Punky: That's a short trip.

      • Henry: What were you doing in our bathroom?
        Allen: Don't you think that's kinda private?

    • NOTES (2)

      • If you look at Soleil (Punky) when Allen is saying goodbye to Henry, you can see that she is fighting back tears.

      • Allen was the second of two kids that wanted to rent Punky's treehouse to live in (Julie Whitney/Jennifer Bates from season 2's "Milk Does A Body Good" was the first.). In both cases, Punky returned their rent and told them it was on the house.

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