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Season 4 Episode 10

Happy New Year

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Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Dec 18, 1990 on ABC
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Everyone gathers at the Steadman house for a New Year celebration.

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    Timothy Busfield

    Timothy Busfield

    Elliot Francis Weston

    Polly Draper

    Polly Draper

    Ellyn Warren

    Mel Harris

    Mel Harris

    Hope Murdoch Steadman

    Peter Horton

    Peter Horton

    Gary Sheperd

    Melanie Mayron

    Melanie Mayron

    Melissa Steadman

    Ken Olin

    Ken Olin

    Michael Steadman

    Cynthia Bond

    Cynthia Bond

    Kate Harriton

    Guest Star

    Mary Kay Place

    Mary Kay Place

    Patsy Klein

    Guest Star

    Heather McComb

    Heather McComb

    Melody

    Guest Star

    Lyndsay Riddell

    Lyndsay Riddell

    Brittany Weston

    Recurring Role

    Luke Rossi

    Luke Rossi

    Ethan Weston

    Recurring Role

    Lacey Craven

    Lacey Craven

    Janey Steadman

    Recurring Role

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      • A different actress (Cynthia Bond) plays Kate, the wife of Mark Harriton. In the earlier episode "Legacy" (#43) she was played by Angela Bassett.

      • There's lots of singing in this episode. Early on Peter Horton, Melanie Mayron and Mel Harris (Gary, Melissa and Hope) sing "Auld Lang Syne." Horton later sings the "Inchworm" lullabye and starts off a version of the Beatles' "In My Life" on which others soon join in. Most of the cast and guest stars participate in the singing of "Why Do Fools Fall in Love" and "Bye Bye Love." Unidentified (by me) voices sing "Blue Moon" and "Let the Good Times Roll" (the Shirley & Lee hit from 1957, not the similarly-titled song by the Cars from 1978.)

      • Patricia Wettig is credited but doesn't appear.

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