Sisters

Season 1 Episode 1

Moving In, Moving Out, Moving On

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Aired Saturday 10:00 PM May 11, 1991 on NBC
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Moving In, Moving Out, Moving On
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Beatrice, the widowed mother of the four Reed sisters must consider selling the family home, something she's totally unprepared for. Her daughters. Alex, Georgie, Teddy and Frankie are brought together by the sale of their family home and the passing of their father. Georgie, herself, must deal with her unemployed husband who spends all his time in his bathrobe, perfecting his lounge act. Teddy, who hasn’t been around for some time, is back to reclaim Mitch, her ex-husband and father to her daughter. She's surprised to find out that her baby sister, Frankie, now has him. The four women put their own problems aside, however, when their mother, is involved in a car accident. Together they join forces to help their mother accept the loss of her husband and deal with her alcoholism.moreless

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    Ryan Francis

    Ryan Francis

    Trevor Michael Whitsig (1991-1995)

    George Clooney

    George Clooney

    Detective James Falconer (1993-1994)

    Sela Ward

    Sela Ward

    Theodora "Teddy" Reed Margolis Falconer Sorenson

    Stephen Collins

    Stephen Collins

    Dr. Gabriel Sorenson (1995-1996)

    John Wesley Shipp

    John Wesley Shipp

    Lucky (1994-1995)

    Michael Whaley

    Michael Whaley

    Dr. Wesley Hayes (1995-1996)

    John McCann

    John McCann

    Dr. Thomas Alton Reed

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    Peggy Pope

    Peggy Pope

    Mrs. Winfield

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    Charles Walker

    Charles Walker

    Irv

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      • Teddy: (To Alex in reference to talk show debut) Break a leg.



        Anyone who is in theater is well aware that saying "Good Luck" is bad luck, so instead, meaning the same thing, "Break a leg".

      • Title: "Kick in the Caboose"



        The title of the episode, is a slang term referring to something happening and it changes your outlook on the situation. It is said first by the Bimbo sisters, owners of the Sweet Sixteen. The later various sisters say the same phrase when referring to their own dilemmas in their personal lives.

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