Family Ties

In this family sitcom, former 1960s flower children Steven and Elyse Keaton raise their four kids Alex, Mallory, Jennifer, and Andrew, who was born in 1985. The show revealed the changing values during the Reagan era as the 1960s hippie parents clashed with their 1980's conservative son, Alex. The show also tackled a number of serious issues ranging from suicide to racism to drug dependency.

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Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials September 1983 April 2008 21
Season 1 September 1982 April 1983 22
Season 2 September 1983 May 1984 22
Season 3 September 1984 March 1985 24
Season 4 September 1985 May 1986 24
Season 5 September 1986 August 1987 30
Season 6 September 1987 May 1988 28
Season 7 October 1988 May 1989 26
Unassigned Episodes 2
Season From To Episodes
All Seasons
Specials August 1987 April 2008 5
Season 1 September 1982 April 1983 22
Season 2 September 1983 May 1984 22
Season 3 September 1984 March 1985 24
Season 4 September 1985 May 1986 25
Season 5 September 1986 August 1987 30
Season 6 September 1987 May 1988 26
Season 7 October 1988 May 1989 24
Unassigned Episodes 21
Absolute ordering places all episodes in a single ordered season. This is generally used for anime.
Season From To Episodes
Season 1 0
Unassigned Episodes 199
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Will Mackenzie 34 11/10/1982 - 11/08/1987
Michael J. Weithorn 21 10/27/1982 - 11/17/1986
Matthew Diamond 12 10/18/1987 - 04/09/1989
John Pasquin 11 10/26/1983 - 03/20/1988
Andrew McCullough 11 03/28/1983 - 02/05/1989
Gary David Goldberg 8 09/22/1982 - 11/08/1987
Asaad Kelada 7 09/22/1982 - 03/13/1988
Lee Shallat Chemel 5 02/09/1984 - 01/23/1986
Tony Mordente 5 09/29/1982 - 02/16/1983
Alan Bergmann 3 11/17/1982 - 12/08/1982
Peter Baldwin 3 12/11/1986 - 02/12/1987
Lynn Hamrick 2 12/18/1986 - 12/20/1987
Debbie Allen 2 01/22/1987 - 01/10/1988
Michael Zinberg 2 10/06/1982 - 04/11/1983
Dick Martin 2 11/03/1982 - 01/12/1983
Barbara Schultz 2 11/07/1985 - 07/23/1987
Steve Robman 2 10/02/1986 - 01/29/1987
Jurgen M. Wolf 1 01/02/1986
Sam Weisman 1 04/04/1983
Kent Bateman 1 11/15/1987
Rita Rogers 1 04/16/1989
Name Number of Episodes Dates
Ruth Bennett 18 11/17/1982 - 12/04/1986
Alan Uger 16 02/02/1984 - 10/18/1987
Marc Lawrence 12 11/01/1984 - 10/30/1988
Susan Borowitz 9 10/26/1983 - 01/08/1989
Lloyd Garver 6 09/29/1982 - 03/20/1988
Katie Ford 4 10/25/1987 - 03/05/1989
Stephen J. Curwick 4 10/24/1985 - 02/19/1987
Rich Reinhart 3 12/14/1983 - 01/09/1986
Joanne Pagliaro 2 12/15/1982 - 12/22/1982
Bruce Helford 2 02/20/1986 - 07/23/1987
Bruce David 1 07/23/1987
Barbara Hall 1 01/12/1983
Lawrence H. Levy 1 01/10/1985
Lissa Levin 1 10/18/1984
Michael Russnow 1 02/09/1983
Ruth Reinhart 1 10/11/1984
Kate Boutilier 1 12/18/1986
Peter Schreider 1 05/01/1988
Richard Raskind 1 10/26/1983
Jean Kraynak Brinck 1 01/02/1986
Wendy Aaron 1 12/11/1986
Ben Cardinale 1 05/01/1988
Matthew Monaher 1 03/13/1988
Douglas Wyman 1 02/16/1984
Shannon Gaughan 1 11/13/1988
Paul Wolff 1 12/05/1985
Lawrence Uger 1 11/08/1984
Lisa A. Bannick 1 01/19/1984
David Tyron King 1 01/29/1987
Kimberly Hill 1 11/03/1982
Burt Pretlusky 1 01/24/1988
David Lloyd Garver 1 10/25/1984

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