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03: The New Kid in Town
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January 19, 1987

Whit disguises himself as a man in need, doing his best to teach Shawn Walker a valuable lesson in learning to help others.


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Production Team
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Phil Lollar   Chuck Bolte   Steve Harris   Male Missing
Phil Lollar   Chuck Bolte   Steve Harris   Bob Luttrell
Writer   Director   Director
Sound Designer
  Sound Designer


Trivia
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Although the third episode to be aired, this was the first "Family Portraits" episode written.
- noname


Goofs
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Shawn says that she could see all the way to the bottom of Crater Lake. Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States and its bottom cannot be seen.
- Lady Simbelmyne

Whit says that his family moved out of Chicago because they wanted to live in a smaller town with a slow pace. While that's true, most of the reason why they moved is because of Jerry's death.
- AIOdude

Whit says that the newspaper is called "The Odyssey Chronicle", not "The Odyssey Times".
- AIOdude


Allusions
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"New Kid in Town" is a song by the Eagles.
- Chandler


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