Willie drives everyone crazy by following them around and filming them; Buddy has difficulty with a school assignment -- writing a speech on the topic of "How I intend to leave my mark on the world"; Kate runs into a former roommate, who has become a successful author.
Written by Susan Miller; produced by Nigel McKeand; directed by Glenn Jordan.
Neva Patterson: Marge Raymond.
Doris Roberts: Etta.
Elizabeth Farley: Mrs. Cameron.
Mary Grace Canfield: Mrs. Hanley.
Helen Hunt: Robin Trask.
Dana Plato: Mary Beth Sanders.
Tony Markes: Henry Merlin.
Michael David Schackelford: Timmy Maitland.
Willie: Action! Kate: Good morning. I'm Kate Lawrence, the director's mother, and this is my home. This is our bedroom, and this is our bed. It hasn't been made yet, but it will be soon, with any luck. Usually I look a little better than this, but then usually I'm dressed and made up before an interview. This is the door to the bathroom, and so -- farewell. [closes door behind her]Willie: OK, Buddy, action. Buddy: Ahem. Hi. I'm Buddy Lawrence. Sometimes, at night, I go into my closet with a flashlight, and then I sit there with all my clothes and everything, just to think. It's a terrific place, even though it smells like socks.