One-in-Ten is an unproduced episode written by Phil Lollar in the 1990's on the topic of homosexuality.
Rodney Rathbone is picking on Jimmy Barclay. A mysterious teenage boy older than Rodney comes to Jimmy's defense, and also helps clean up Jimmy's scratches and bruises. The boy is set to give a speech at Jimmy's school, Odyssey Elementary School, about being gay. After finding out about this, Jimmy's parents George and Mary Barclay become upset, taking the issue to the school principal. The principal explains that a PTA meeting was held to discuss whether the presentation should be held, and Whit was the only person who protested the decision. The principal claims that the event being held isn't the school's fault; the Barclay parents should have been more involved in their children's schooling.
|John Whittaker||Hal Smith|
|George Barclay||Chuck Bolte|
|Mary Barclay||Patti Paris|
|Jimmy Barclay||David Griffin|
|Rodney Rathbone||Steve Burns|
|Principal Jones||Walker Edmiston|