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Like most family sitcoms, the show did had a handful of [[VerySpecialEpisode very special episodes]] that revolved around serious issues (same topics that you would normally find in [[Series/AfterSchoolSpecial after school specials]]) that the main characters on the show face while still maintaining the light-hearted and family-friendly theme. There was originally supposed to be a SpinOff series focusing on Midge's younger siblings, Garrett, Bailey and the arrival of their new younger sibling, but it's still stuck in DevelopmentHell and it's unknown whether it will be picked up by Creator/{{YTV}}. The nine seasons of the series are now out on DVD seperately. Like every other family sitcoms, the show had a handful of [[ChristmasEpisode Christmas Episodes]] (plus a ChristmasSpecial), [[HalloweenEpisode Halloween Episodes]], [[ThanksgivingDay Thanksgiving Day Episodes]], a Mother's Day episode, a few ValentinesDayEpisodes and even a NewYearsEve episode.

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Like most family sitcoms, the show did had a handful of [[VerySpecialEpisode very special episodes]] that revolved around serious issues (same topics that you would normally find in [[Series/AfterSchoolSpecial after school specials]]) that the main characters on the show face while still maintaining the light-hearted and family-friendly theme. There was originally supposed to be a SpinOff series focusing on Midge's younger siblings, Garrett, Bailey and the arrival of their new younger sibling, but it's still stuck in DevelopmentHell and it's unknown whether it will be picked up by Creator/{{YTV}}. The nine seasons of the series are now out on DVD seperately. Like every other family sitcoms, the show had a handful of [[ChristmasEpisode Christmas Episodes]] {{Christmas Episode}}s]] (plus a ChristmasSpecial), [[HalloweenEpisode Halloween Episodes]], [[ThanksgivingDay {{Halloween Episode}}s, [[ThanksgivingEpisode Thanksgiving Day Episodes]], a Mother's Day episode, a few ValentinesDayEpisodes and even a NewYearsEve episode.


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* SpoiledSweet: Eliza, who comes from a wealthy family, happily averts the stereotypical traits of rich kids.


Like most family sitcoms, the show did had a handful of [[VerySpecialEpisode very special episodes]] that revolved around serious issues (same topics that you would normally find in [[Series/AfterSchoolSpecial after school specials]]) that the main characters on the show face while still maintaining the light-hearted and family-friendly theme. There was originally supposed to be a SpinOff series focusing on Midge's younger siblings, Garrett, Bailey and the arrival of their new younger sibling, but it's still stuck in DevelopmentHell and it's unknown whether it will be picked up by Creator/{{YTV}}. The nine seasons of the series are now out on DVD seperately. Like every other family sitcoms, the show had a handful of [[ChristmasEpisode Christmas Episodes]] (plus a ChristmasSpecial), [[HalloweenEpisode Halloween Episodes]], [[ThanksgivingDay Thanksgiving Day Episodes]], a Mother's Day episode, a few ValentinesDay episodes and even a NewYearsEve episode.

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Like most family sitcoms, the show did had a handful of [[VerySpecialEpisode very special episodes]] that revolved around serious issues (same topics that you would normally find in [[Series/AfterSchoolSpecial after school specials]]) that the main characters on the show face while still maintaining the light-hearted and family-friendly theme. There was originally supposed to be a SpinOff series focusing on Midge's younger siblings, Garrett, Bailey and the arrival of their new younger sibling, but it's still stuck in DevelopmentHell and it's unknown whether it will be picked up by Creator/{{YTV}}. The nine seasons of the series are now out on DVD seperately. Like every other family sitcoms, the show had a handful of [[ChristmasEpisode Christmas Episodes]] (plus a ChristmasSpecial), [[HalloweenEpisode Halloween Episodes]], [[ThanksgivingDay Thanksgiving Day Episodes]], a Mother's Day episode, a few ValentinesDay episodes ValentinesDayEpisodes and even a NewYearsEve episode.


* SignedLanguage: Used by the camp counselors by communicating with the deaf campers at Camp Warm Springs for the Deaf in the episode "Camp Deaf".


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** This was actually discussed at one point when Chauncey once asked how Bailey ended up being the only sibling with red hair. Neither of the family had no clue, but they kept making up theories: Midge and Davina blantantly lied and said that they're both natural redheads and that their hair colors changed when they both stood outside in the sun too long as kids, Chauncey jokingly said that she might've been adopted and that [[ThePartridgeFamily Danny Bonaduce]] is her real father and Garrett says that red hair is a recessive gene. Bailey actually believed Chauncey and assumed that she ''is'' adopted when in fact that she's not. Conrad and Irma both took DNA tests to find out about their ancestries and found out that they both have Irish ancestors, so this could actually explain where Bailey gotten red hair from.

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** This was actually discussed at one point when Chauncey once asked how Bailey ended up being the only sibling with red hair. Neither of the family had no clue, but they kept making up theories: Midge and Davina blantantly lied and said that they're both natural redheads and that their hair colors changed when they both stood outside in the sun too long as kids, Chauncey jokingly said that she might've been adopted and that [[ThePartridgeFamily [[Series/ThePartridgeFamily Danny Bonaduce]] is her real father and Garrett says that red hair is a recessive gene. Bailey actually believed Chauncey and assumed that she ''is'' adopted when in fact that she's not. Conrad and Irma both took DNA tests to find out about their ancestries and found out that they both have Irish ancestors, so this could actually explain where Bailey gotten red hair from.


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* HappilyAdopted: Averted. Although she's not actually adopted, Bailey just assumes that she is because she's the [[HollywoodGenetics only one in the family with red hair]]. She even goes on this bogus journey to find [[ThePartridgeFamily Danny Bonaduce]], her so-called "biological father" to see if he's her real father. Turns out that he's not her real father and that it she is the biological daughter of both Conrad and Irma.

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* HappilyAdopted: Averted. Although she's not actually adopted, Bailey just assumes that she is because she's the [[HollywoodGenetics only one in the family with red hair]]. She even goes on this bogus journey to find [[ThePartridgeFamily [[Series/ThePartridgeFamily Danny Bonaduce]], her so-called "biological father" to see if he's her real father. Turns out that he's not her real father and that it she is the biological daughter of both Conrad and Irma.


** Davina admits to having a crush on [[Series/{{Blossom}} Joey Lawrence]] and [[GrowingPains Kirk Cameron]].

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** Davina admits to having a crush on [[Series/{{Blossom}} Joey Lawrence]] and [[GrowingPains [[Series/GrowingPains Kirk Cameron]].


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** Davina admits to having a crush on [[{{Blossom}} Joey Lawrence]] and [[GrowingPains Kirk Cameron]].

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** Davina admits to having a crush on [[{{Blossom}} [[Series/{{Blossom}} Joey Lawrence]] and [[GrowingPains Kirk Cameron]].


* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Midge's real name is Melina, but everyone calls her Midge. It was implied that Midge took the nickname from an old {{Barbie}} doll name Midge when she was a child.

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* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Midge's real name is Melina, but everyone calls her Midge. It was implied that Midge took the nickname from an old {{Barbie}} Franchise/{{Barbie}} doll name Midge when she was a child.


** Cynthia shares the same personalities of [[Series/LizzieMcGuire Kate Sanders]] and [[ANTFarm Lexi Reed]], with being very mean and stuck-up towards others.

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** Cynthia shares the same personalities of [[Series/LizzieMcGuire Kate Sanders]] and [[ANTFarm [[Series/ANTFarm Lexi Reed]], with being very mean and stuck-up towards others.


* ShallowLoveInterest: Rustin Lanfield for Midge in Season 1. There's not so much we know about him other than being on the basketball team and being one of the most popular, good-looking guys at Sunny Hills.


Like most family sitcoms, the show did had a handful of [[VerySpecialEpisode very special episodes]] that revolved around serious issues (same topics that you would normally find in [[AfterSchoolSpecial after school specials]]) that the main characters on the show face while still maintaining the light-hearted and family-friendly theme. There was originally supposed to be a SpinOff series focusing on Midge's younger siblings, Garrett, Bailey and the arrival of their new younger sibling, but it's still stuck in DevelopmentHell and it's unknown whether it will be picked up by Creator/{{YTV}}. The nine seasons of the series are now out on DVD seperately. Like every other family sitcoms, the show had a handful of [[ChristmasEpisode Christmas Episodes]] (plus a ChristmasSpecial), [[HalloweenEpisode Halloween Episodes]], [[ThanksgivingDay Thanksgiving Day Episodes]], a Mother's Day episode, a few ValentinesDay episodes and even a NewYearsEve episode.

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Like most family sitcoms, the show did had a handful of [[VerySpecialEpisode very special episodes]] that revolved around serious issues (same topics that you would normally find in [[AfterSchoolSpecial [[Series/AfterSchoolSpecial after school specials]]) that the main characters on the show face while still maintaining the light-hearted and family-friendly theme. There was originally supposed to be a SpinOff series focusing on Midge's younger siblings, Garrett, Bailey and the arrival of their new younger sibling, but it's still stuck in DevelopmentHell and it's unknown whether it will be picked up by Creator/{{YTV}}. The nine seasons of the series are now out on DVD seperately. Like every other family sitcoms, the show had a handful of [[ChristmasEpisode Christmas Episodes]] (plus a ChristmasSpecial), [[HalloweenEpisode Halloween Episodes]], [[ThanksgivingDay Thanksgiving Day Episodes]], a Mother's Day episode, a few ValentinesDay episodes and even a NewYearsEve episode.

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