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Silver Spoons

Season 1 Episode 16

The Toy Wonder

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Aired Unknown Jan 22, 1983 on NBC
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Ricky pretends to like an obnoxious girl so Edward can hire her as a toy consultant.

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  • Edward wants to hire 12 year old Barbera Westin as a toy consultant-but there's catch-She wants Ricky to be her boy friend!

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    Allison Smith(Kate & Allie)guest stars as a toy consultant-whom Edward wants to hire. Barbera Westin is a bratty 12 year old who knows what she wants-and she'll use any means to get it. When she walks throgh the door, she was just expecting another business meeting-but she goes ga ga when she sees Ricky-the blond blue eyes son of Edward. He is the cuteist boy she ever meets-and she wants him as her boyfreind.



    After Derek Gives Ricky advice, He pretends to like her-he takes her out to pizza and stuff like that. Now this advice works-but not in the way Ricky expects it too-but much better. She shows her true colors when Edward lets him negoiate the contract the way he sees fit.



    Ricky may seem to be a wimp at times, but trust me-Ricky is far from being a wimp. He doesn't always show it-but he has lots of courage to handle situations like this. He has that quiet self assertiness-and confidence that others will take notice of.



    This is why I like Ricky. He was only trying to help his father-but when you stop and think about it-who wants a 12 year old brat as an employee?



    Great Episode!moreless
Leonard Lightfoot

Leonard Lightfoot

Leonard Rollins (Season 1)

Joel Higgins

Joel Higgins

Edward W. Stratton III

Erin Gray

Erin Gray

Kate Summers Stratton

Rick Schroder

Rick Schroder

Richard Bluedhorn Stratton ("Ricky" Seasons 1-2; "Rick" Season 3-5)

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