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TV Lessons in Estate Planning: The Wonder Years

by David A. Kubikian Season 1, Episode 5 Background: The Wonder Years made its TV debut on January 31, 1989 on ABC immediately following Super Bowl XXII. The show revolves around Kevin Arnold from ages 12 to 17 and his trials and tribulations during the late sixties and early seventies. The show doesn’t actually disclose […]
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TV Lessons in Estate Planning: Diff’rent Strokes

by David A. Kubikian Season 1, Episode 4 Background: Diff’rent Stokes made its debut on NBC on November 3, 1978 and later switched to ABC. The show was about two young boys from Harlem, Arnold (Gary Coleman) and Willis (Todd Bridges) who were adopted by their deceased mother’s boss, Phillip Drummond, who had his own […]
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TV Lessons in Estate Planning: Full House

by David A. Kubikian Season 1, Episode 3 Background: Full House made its debut on ABC on September 22, 1987 lasting 192 episodes and living immortally in syndication. It was a key part of ABC’s TGIF TV programming. The plot revolves around Danny Tanner (Bob Saget) and his three daughters who raises with the help […]
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TV Lessons in Estate Planning: Growing Pains

by David A. Kubikian Season 1, Episode 2 Background: Growing Pains made its TV debut on ABC on September 24, 1985 and centered around the Seavers, an upper/middle class family living in Long Island. Alan Thicke played Dr. Jason Seaver, a psychiatrist who worked out of the house and raised the Seaver kids while Maggie Malone […]
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