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#FD2: “House Guest”
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House Guest
“House Guest” is the second Focus on the Family pilot episode. It was written by Steve Harris, and originally aired on November 23, 1985.

Summary

A father lives at his adult daughter's house for a while.

Plot

Norman Harper just got out of the hospital after surgery! However, all he wants to do is go home. Instead, he is at his adult daughter's house and forced to use a diet that he does not like. In addition, his daughter, Jennifer Walters is being overprotective. Soon, he starts recovering and can walk a little ways without getting exhausted. Then, she and him have a good talk and start forgiving each other for their mistakes.

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Cast

Role Voice Actor
Norman Harper Hal Smith
Adam Walters Chuck Bolte
Jennifer Walters D.J. Harner
Nurse Unknown
Doctor Unknown


Notes

  • Steve Harris based this story on his own experience when his father stayed at his house.

Quotes

Norman Harper: One cup of coffee is not gonna kill me, but this diet you got me on just might!