So Kevin, now feeling more alone than ever, decides to take a stroll along the beach in search of a little solace, where he encounters Teri (Holly Sampson), a beautiful (although older) girl who also seems alone, but more upbeat and optimistic.Kevin and Teri plan a date to the boardwalk arcade the next day.
The NBC Mystery Movie was a "wheel show", or "umbrella program" that rotated several programs within the same time period throughout the season.
For its initial 1971–72 season, it featured a rotation of three detective dramas that were broadcast on Wednesday nights for 90 minutes, from – p.m. The origin of the "wheel" format was a joint programming and creative production agreement between the NBC Television Network and Universal Studios Television and Motion Pictures dating from 1966.
The first series created under this agreement was The Name of the Game, a drama with three rotating stars.
It was followed by The Bold Ones and Four in One (the similar The Men was produced for ABC and involved series from three studios, although one of them was Universal).
This episode sort of contradicts the story line of the Season 2 finale, in which Paul leaves town with his family immediately after school ends for the summer.
In that episode, Kevin learns to his dismay that Paul will not return home until after Labor Day Weekend.Guest-starring: Holly Sampson as Teri; Juliette Lewis as Wayne's girlfriend Delores.Note: There is some conflict between this episode and the preceding episode, "How I Am Spending My Summer Vacation" (the Season 2 finale), due to lack of series continuity.Degn, Michael Deistler, Jonathan Delafield Cook, Bruno Delahays, Robert Delaunay, Sonia Delaunay, Dellbrügge & de Moll, Christiane Dellbrügge, Alberto Delmonte, Nancy Delouis, Hippolyte Camille Delpy, Thomas Demand, Elke Denda, Karl Heinz Denning, Brigitte Denninghoff, Daniel Depoutot, Susan Derges, Martin Dessecker, Daniel Dessent, Hilke Verena Dettmers, Regula Dettwiler, Ilka Deutesfeld, Johannes Deutsch, Walter Dexel, Albert Dharmasiri, Rini Dhumal, Jessica Diamond, Antonio Dias, Christa Dichgans, Georg Dick, Bernd Dicke, Reinhard Dickel, Philip-Lorca di Corcia, Bert Didillon, Hans-Jürgen Diehl, Dagmar Diekmann, Ulrich Diekmann, Rolf-Gunter Dienst, Burkhard Dierks, Gudrun Differenz, Renike Dijkstra, Sukriye Dikmen, Michael Dillmann, Braco Dimitrijevic, Jim Dine, Manfred Dinnes, Babette Dinstuhl, Wolfgang F.Dirtinger, Martin Disler, Thilo Distel, Hannelore Dittrich, Reinhard Dittrich, Otto Dix, Jan Dobkowski, Arpad Dobriban, Atul Dodiya, Boris Doempke, Walter Dohmen, Peter Doig, Jiri Georg Dokoupil, Christina Doll, Günter Dollhopf, Mirta Domacinovic, Gerald Domenig, Diego Donner, Piero Dorazio, Friedrich Dörffler, Johannes Dörflinger, Volker Dormann, Antje Dorn, Mortiz Dornauf, Helmut Dorner, Frank Dornseif, Sándor Dóró, Christiane Dörrich, Ugo Dossi, Stan Douglas, Ann Dowker, Tom Drake Bennett, Joseph Drapell, Marie Dréa, Klaus Drechsler, Margarete Dreher, Peter Dreher, Jürgen Drescher, Björn Dressler, Werner Drewes, Lynne Drexler, Paul Uwe Dreyer, Rowena Dring, Dr.2 Houses and rooms are full of perfumes, the shelves are crowded with perfumes, I breathe the fragrance myself and know it and like it, The distillation would intoxicate me also, but I shall not let it. Have you felt so proud to get at the meaning of poems?