Full House

Full House (1987)

1 corrected entry in I've Got a Secret

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I've Got a Secret - S8-E4

Corrected entry: Kimmy goes to a baseball game with Nelson (most likely a Giants game considering they live in San Francisco) and gets hit in the neck with a foul ball at the game. Kimmy explains she was attempting to pinch the bat boy, but missed and "got a handful of Tommy Lasorda." Kimmy's bruise is on the left side of her neck, which means she was sitting along the first base line. However, Lasorda was the manager/3rd base coach for the Los Angeles Dodgers at the time of the TV series. How could she have pinched him all the way from the 1st base side of the field?

Correction: Obviously, she couldn't pinch anybody on the field from the stands. Since she went down on the field, she could have been anywhere - where her seat was doesn't matter.


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