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Steven and Elyse Keaton, once 1960s radicals, now find themselves in Reagan-era American trying to raise a traditional suburban family. Son Alex P. Keaton is an ambitious young Republican, and his sister Mallory is a shallow victim of the corporate culture, obsessed with music, clothes and boys. Their only normal kid is young Jennifer, a bit of a tomboy. In later seasons, the Keatons add a fourth child, Andrew. Most of the comedy arose from the conflict between the liberal parents and the conservative children.

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aired 43 days ago
Mallory's frightened when a close family friend makes a pass at her.
aired 50 days ago
Steven and his father realize they may be able to iron out their long-lasting differences.
aired 57 days ago
A college coed seduces teenage Alex when he meets her delivering groceries.
aired 64 days ago
Peer pressure causes Jennifer to give up a male pal, but her mom helps them reunite.
aired 71 days ago
Alex plays overprotective brother when Mallory goes out with the school's sports hero.
aired 78 days ago
Elyse and Steven (Meredith Baxter Birney, Michael Gross) are shocked when Alex (Michael J. Fox) attends a dance at a restricted country club.

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