|"My Three Dads"|
| Season 7, Episode 21|
#144 in series (193 episodes)
With Tony absent, Harry, Bull, and Dan all volunteer as Christine's Lamaze coach, as she soon begins to have nightmares imagining her becoming minituare versions of her three friends, in three seperate vignettes in "My Three Dads" in season 7 (ep.#21).
|Network/Country:||NBC-TV / United States|
|Air date||March 28, 1990|
|Written by:||Nancy Steen & Neil Thompson|
|Directed by:||Charles Robinson & Howard Ritter|
|Guest stars:|| Jessie Jones|
Carol Ann Susi
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While attending childbirth class with her three coaches, Christine imagines her child as it grows up influenced by each of the eager proxy fathers.
With Tony absent, Harry, Bull, and Dan all volunteer as Christine's Lamaze coach. At their first class, Christine is tormented by visions of her child as a younger version of each of them.
Did You Know?
There is a 24 hour clock on the wall of the Lamaze class. An odd clock to be there anyway, but if it is "local" time, it appears to be around 5am or just after. If it is "Zulu" time, the it would be around midnight/1am (depending upon daylight savings time) or just after. Either way, all are odd times to have a Lamaze class.
The episode title is a spin on the 1987-90 NBC-TV sitcom My Two Dads which co-starred Paul Reiser (of Beverly Hills Cop movie and later Mad about You TV series fame), Greg Evigan (starred on NBC-TV's BJ and the Bear series), and Staci Keanan (later of ABC-TV's Step by Step series).
Cast (in credits order)
- Harry Anderson as Harold T. Stone
- Charles Robinson as Mac Robinson
- John Larroquette as Dan Fielding
- Markie Post as Christine Sullivan
- Richard Moll as Bull Shannon
- Marsha Warfield as Roz Russell