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4Do You Guys Remember “Step By Step”? Patrick Duffy Does. He Wants A Reunion

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Patrick Duffy starred in the 90′s classic TGIF show Step By Step, a cheesy show about a family and a dude who lives in a van in the family’s backyard. By classic, I mean ~~only 90′s kids will get this~~ type of classic. I loved this stupid show. And Patrick Duffy was pretty good in it. He always made me laugh. Suzanne Somers played Duffy’s wife.

I guess Mr. Duffy’s career has slowed down — a lot — because he’s totally up for a Step By Step reunion. If the Boy Meets World spinoff happened this many years later, I guess anything is possible.

As told to The Hollywood Reporter:

I would love to work with Suzanne [Somers] again.The Step By Step cast was so wonderful to be with. They were my family and I think a little two-hour special about where these people are – not a documentary, but actually doing a show – seeing where they all come to over the years. It would be so fun to play that goofy Frank Lambert character again, aging another 25 years.

Well thanks a lot, asshole and assholes at The Hollywood Reporter, because now I have the Step By Step theme song in my head. I’m taking you bastards down with me.

April 12, 2013 at 4:30 am by Catherine St. Ives

4 Responses to “Do You Guys Remember “Step By Step”? Patrick Duffy Does. He Wants A Reunion”

  1. Sari says:

    Patrick will always be Bobby Ewing to me, and for him to say this; I feel a little miffed. My thinking is illogical and strange, but this is what I feel.

  2. cmc says:

    The real question is: when are we getting a Blosson reunion? Oh yes. The best sitcom theme of all time: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4l0BS3RPvc

  3. pikki nikki polka pants says:

    is that bronson fucking pinchot on the left?! hot.

  4. Stace says:

    My favorite part is how they made the Six Flags Magic Mountain parking lot into a poor facsimile of a lake.

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