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Following the breakup of his marriage, radio talk-show host Larry Alder moved from Los Angeles to Portland, to get a fresh start. He got a job at a radio station KLOW, where Morgan Winslow became the producer for his phone talk show. Earl was Larry's obese engineer. Lary had been given custody of his two daughters, 13-year old Ruthie and 16-year old Diane. Glib and in total control of the air, he was much less sure of himself at home as the single parent of two maturing girls. Leona, a school teacher and neighbor, tried to bring a little of woman's touch to this chaotic household. Larry's ex-wife Marion (Shelley Fabares) also turned up occasionally. Added to the regular cast in the fall of were former Harlem Globetrotters basketball star Meadowlark Lemon, playing himself as a owner of a sporting goods store, and Tommy, a 14-year old neighbor.

Genres: Comedy
Station: NBC (US)
Rating: 0/10 from 0 users
Status: Ended
Start: 1979-01-26

Hello, Larry Air Dates


S02E23 - The Rock Star (1) Air Date: 06 March 1980 02:30 -

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S02E24 - The Rock Star (2) Air Date: 13 March 1980 02:30 -

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S02E25 - The Protégé Air Date: 03 April 1980 02:30 -

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S02E26 - Yearning Air Date: 01 May 1980 01:30 -

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Hello, Larry Actors

Joanna Gleason(Morgan Winslow)

McLean Stevenson(Larry Alder)

Kim Richards(Ruthie Alder)

Krista Errickson(Diane Alder)

George Memmoli(Earl)

John Femia(Tommy Roscini)

Donna Wilkes(Diane Adler)

Meadowlark Lemon(Meadowlark Lemon)

Ruth Brown(Leona Wilson)

Fred Stuthman(Henry Alder)



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