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[S4E6] Daddy's Little Girl

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[S4E6] Daddy's Little Girl

Alex becomes jealous of all the attention her parents give Maxine, who is really Max turned into a young girl in "Three Maxes and a Little Lady". Meanwhile, Zeke wonders who Maxine is. In order to prevent him from discovering the truth, Harper lies to Zeke, telling him that the Russos hate him and thus he is no longer welcome in the Sub Station. Alex and Justin decide to repeat the spell in reverse to undo Maxine's existence and head to Max's karate dojo to try it, but it only makes her more cuter, which makes her furious. Maxine then tells her sensei that for her next match she would like to fight either Justin or Alex, and Alex pushes Justin on to the mat. Justin claims that he does not hit girls and is nearly knocked out until Alex uses the fly swatter spell on him, allowing him to defeat Maxine. The sensei and the crowd chastise him for defeating a girl and Justin flees. As Jerry and Theresa rush to Maxine's side, Alex mutters to Jerry that she's glad his little girl is okay and leaves.

As Alex watches television at home, Jerry consoles her with pancakes and tells her that she will always be his little girl and that Maxine just reminds him of Alex at a younger age. Meanwhile, Alex and the other Russos convince Zeke that they don't hate him anymore due to the annoying song that he sang for them, and persuades him to sing it for Maxine.

In a four-part story arc that began airing in April 1957, son Rusty fell ill with the measles and Danny hired Kathy O'Hara (Marjorie Lord), a young Irish nurse, to look after him. Kathy was a widow with a little girl (played by Lelani Sorenson). Danny and Kathy became fast friends and, not surprisingly, Danny quickly fell in love with her, as did the kids. In the season finale, the two became engaged. In a curious twist, ABC at this point canceled the series, which proved to be fortunate. In the spring of 1957, I Love Lucy, which had reigned as the top-rated show for almost all of its six-year run on CBS, was ending production. When CBS heard that ABC was cancelling the series, CBS picked it up as part of its 1957-58 schedule. 59ce067264


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