Gone Fishing

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#FD3: “Gone Fishing”
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10: Other Times, Other Places
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Gone Fishing
“Gone Fishing” is the third Focus on the Family pilot episode. It was written by Steve Harris, and originally aired on July 23, 1986.

Summary

Larry Turner pretends to be sick so he could skip work and go fishing. While fishing, he meets Bert Foster, a wise old man who sets him straight.

Plot

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Cast

Role Voice Actor
Bert Foster Hal Smith
Larry Turner Chuck Bolte
Gas Station Attendant Unknown


Notes

  • The character of Bert shares several qualities with the character of Whit (both played by Hal Smith), such as accomplished professional history contrasted with a laid-back style as well as a penchant for giving jobs to needy job-seekers.

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