The Hogan Family

Season 5 Episode 1

Paris (1)

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Aired Unknown Sep 18, 1989 on NBC
4.8
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Paris (1)
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The Hogans take a free trip to Paris and once there they plan on meeting the Pooles who are already on vacation. As the rest of the family enjoys the sites and sounds of Paris, David befriends an attractive woman, Julia, who unknowingly to him is a princess playing hooky from her royal duties. However, private investigators soon begin searching for her.moreless

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  • Predictable!

    7.4
    This was not a horrible episode! Just very predictable! And alot like every other 30 minute comedy from the 80s-90s! One of the people in the cast falls in love on there trip... They turn out to be a princess and im guessing he will figure it out (or find out),theyll get chased after,and then they will all leave Paris and the guy wont have the girl! Just like Family Matters and The Facts of Life(except the sexes were switched)! Still,great comedy in this episode! I have a feeling it will be very predictable! And I cant stand the gir who plays the princess! Very annoying!moreless
Josh Taylor

Josh Taylor

Michael Hogan

Sandy Duncan

Sandy Duncan

Sandy Hogan (1987-1991)

Jason Bateman

Jason Bateman

David Hogan

Danny Ponce

Danny Ponce

Willie Hogan

Jeremy Licht

Jeremy Licht

Mark Hogan

Edie McClurg

Edie McClurg

Mrs. Patty Poole (1986-1991)

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    • Beginning with this episode, Tom Hodges and his character of Rich were no longer in the series, with the exception of the episode Stan and Deliver which had been made for season 4 but had been held back, and his name no longer appeared in the opening credits although his appearance was still there by Dave and Burt when Burt's real name Steve Witting was credited.

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