The Partridge Family

Season 4 Episode 1

Hate Thy Neighbor

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Aired Friday 8:30 PM Sep 15, 1973 on ABC
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Hate Thy Neighbor
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Noise pollution is the issue as the musical Partridges face professional ruin in the fourth-season opener. Seems the new next-door neighbor doesn't dig pop music and has installed a new kind of sound barrier-the law! This episode introduces regular Ricky Segall as the neighbors' four year old son. (1/2 hour)moreless

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  • When single mother Doris Stevens and her two children move into the house next door to the Partridges, she prevents the Partridge Family from rehearsing in their garage - until she sees her four-year old son, Ricky perform with the Partridge in concert.moreless

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    The Partridge Family fourth season premiere brought some news. Reuben is wearing a moustache, the participation of Danny raised a lot and it was introduced in the show a regular named Ricky Stevens. That's was the beggining of the end to the show. Ricky was a very boring character and his voice was really annoying! I don't know what was in the mind of the producers with this kid, maybe they though.."okay! he's so cute. The people will love him for sure!". But they were WRONG! The story itself is good, but I'll classificate as "fair" because of this boring kid.moreless
Shirley Jones

Shirley Jones

Shirley Partridge

Danny Bonaduce

Danny Bonaduce

Danny Partridge

Brian Forster

Brian Forster

Christopher Partridge

Susan Dey

Susan Dey

Laurie Partridge

David Cassidy

David Cassidy

Keith Partridge

Suzanne Crough

Suzanne Crough

Tracy Partridge

Nita Talbot

Nita Talbot

Doris Stevens

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Ronne Troup

Ronne Troup

Donna Stevens

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Teddy Wilson

Teddy Wilson

Officer Mulvaney

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Ricky Segall

Ricky Segall

Ricky Stevens

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