Anyone See \"Yes Dear\" episode.

Posted on: Mon, 10/01/2001 - 10:40pm
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Hi, I am just wondering if anyone watched Yes Dear last night. The mom was going to send Sam to a sitter and mentioned that she was going to have to tell them about his Peanut allergies. They went no further with the peanut story,but maybe a way of them breaking it into another episode. I am anxious to see how the story goes. Who knows next week they may have him eating PB sandwiches,or maybe teach the public about allergies. Take care claire

Posted on: Mon, 10/01/2001 - 11:52pm
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Darn - I missed the beginning of it becuase of a stubbon toddler who wouldn't go to bed. I know Anthony Clark's character, Greg, has a strawberry allergy. One (or some) of the writers for the show must be very allergy aware. I love the show. I watched the "potty episide" a week ago Monday and I laughed so hard I had tears in my eyes - the first time I really laughed since before September 11.
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Posted on: Tue, 10/02/2001 - 12:29am
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Heather I saw the potty one and laughed pretty hard myself. My 10 year old stays up to watch it with me. Your right someone is allergy aware on that show. I remember the Strawberry episode. Take care claire

Posted on: Tue, 10/02/2001 - 4:12am
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I've never seen the show, but was very intruiged by your posts. Maybe we should write to them asking them to expand upon the PA angle in other episodes (of course, the whole season is probably filmed by now, but hey, there's always next year!).
Amy

Posted on: Tue, 10/02/2001 - 9:08am
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I have found a web site for yes dear and I did mail them. According to them they will get back to me about my mail. take care claire

Posted on: Wed, 10/03/2001 - 12:43am
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Claire,
If you could, would it be possible to post their website so we can all write? Thanks a bunch!
Amy

Posted on: Wed, 10/03/2001 - 3:23am
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I am not sure off hand,but i looked up yes dear e-mail and found it there. Take a look and i will try to find it again. claire

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