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Old 07-15-2006, 01:43 AM   #1
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The show that was called The Brady Bunch of the ‘90s—a more hip Brady Bunch that is, is coming to DVD for the first time! From the producers of "Full House," "Family Matters," and "Perfect Strangers" comes a "Brady Bunch" for the '90s -- a comedy about a thoroughly mismatched couple, a hasty marriage, and an instant family of six children. When two mismatched single parents fall in love, marry and move in together with their six mismatched kids, they hope it's only a matter of time until they all come to love their new life. Step by Step: TV Favorites brings you all fun, battles, and laughs from the Lambert and the Foster family. When Carol met Frank in Jamaica, sparks flew. And when the Lambert kids met the Foster kids, more sparks flew * the kind that could send Frank and Carol’s romance up in smoke. Can two parents who love each other and six kids who don’t ever become one big, happy family? Find out on this DVD from Warner Home Video featuring six memorable episodes of the series.

Step by Step premiered on ABC’s popular Friday night sitcom block called TGIF in September 1991, and it lasted seven strong seasons and 160 episodes. Patrick Duffy (Dallas) and Suzanne Somers (Three’s Company) both star as Frank and Carol. Step by Step also stars Staci Keanan as Dana Foster, Sasha Mitchell as Cody Lambert, Brandon Call as J.T. Lambert, Angela Watson as Karen Foster, Christine Lakin as Al Lambert, Christopher Castle as Mark Foster, and John Byrne as Brendan Lambert. Patrika Darbo, Peggy Rae, Emily Mae Young and Jason Marsden also star.

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Old 02-13-2007, 03:22 PM   #2
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Please, people find it wherever you can and buy it!!!

I want this series to be released on DVD, preferably as a complete series set to begin with instead of seasons, but I'll take either one!!!
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I saw this dvd at the discount bin at walmart around Christmas Time. I regret not picking it up, it was only $5.99.
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