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Growing Pains: Season 2 (1986-1987)

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Easy-to-take sitcom about a mild-mannered psychiatrist keeping an eye on his precocious kids from his home office while his wife is off at work as a reporter. Belying its innocent appearance, `Pains' did occasionally address teen social issues, but mostly it stuck to the Seaver kids' growing pains (and the youngest, Chrissy, literally shot up: growing from toddler to 6-year-old in two seasons). Leonardo DiCaprio (then 16) joined the cast in the final season as a homeless teenager.

Cast

Alan Thicke
as Dr. Jason Seaver
Joanna Kerns
as Maggie Seaver
Kirk Cameron
as Mike Seaver
Tracey Gold
as Carol Seaver
Jeremy Miller
as Ben Seaver
Lisa Capps
as Debbie
James J. Sloyan
as Max Drummond
Josh Andrew Koenig
as Richard `Boner' Stabone
Bill Kirchenbauer
as Coach Graham Lubbock
Dan Barrows
as Dave Sacks
Justin Williams
as Roland Taylor
Dawn Wells
as Myrtle
Julie Cobb
as Gracie Thornton
Mickey Morton
as Maitre D'
Joe Reale
as Watney
Jamie Luner
as Sheena Berkowitz
Bruce Baum
as Frightened Passenger
Helen Hooper
as Party Guest #2
Michael McManus
as Bud Koosman
Kit McDonough
as Mrs. Scoffengerio
Jonna Lee
as Becky
Danny Nucci
as Scooter
Barry Hickey
as Jon Donson
Kari Lizer
as Stewardess
Gilles Savard
as Waiter #1
Roger Til
as Waiter #2
Eileen Conn
as Receptionist
Lou Richards
as Braxton Hicks
Jamie Abbott
as Louis Vasco
Mary Nancy Burnett
as Mrs. Cutter
Jason Naylor
as Freshman #1
Anita Edwards
as French Speaker
Leon Fan
as Freshman #2
Tracy Nicole Chapman
as Elaine's Friend
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