Emmanuel Lewis stars as the innocent and adorable Webster Long. When newlyweds George Papadapolis (Alex Karras) and Katherine Calder-Young Papadapolis (Susan Clark) return home from their whirlwind wedding, they discover they are the legal guardians of seven-year-old Webster, the only child of the recently deceased best friend of George. George, a retired football player now sports caster, and Katherine, a socialite and philanthropist, are the perfectly hilarious odd parents learning how to raise a child, often with the help of Katherines highbrow secretary, Jerry (Henry Polic II). Both a touching portrait of an unconventional family and a joyful ride through childhood adventures, Webster is a classic of 80s television.
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Episode 6x25; Mar 10, 1989
Thrust into the 24th century, Webster meets Klingon Lt. Worf (Michael Dorn).
6x24: Flood of Memories: The Final Chapter
6x23: The Visitor
6x22: They Don't Shoot Horses, Do They?
6x21: The Gospel Truth
6x20: The Science Project
6x19: Ticket to Ride
6x18: A Camping We Will Go
6x17: Here Come the Jets
Eugene Roche as Bill Parker
Cathryn Damon as Cassie Parker
Alex Karras as George Papadapolis
Emmanuel Lewis as Webster Long
Henry Polic II as Jerry Silver
Susan Clark as Katherine Calder-Young Papadapolis
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