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  • Chuck Pearson
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  • He is seen only in a few episodes in his entirety (Thanksgiving Dad) . We know, however, that he was English, and divorced Lydia (although the two remain on good terms) when the girls were young. Lydia, in turn, embraces her divorcée, single-mom identity with great gusto, and encourages Pepper Ann to be as proudly independent as she is, although she does keep a curfew on Pepper Ann.
  • Charles "Chuck" Pearson is the father of Pepper Ann and Moose Pearson and the ex-husband of Lydia Pearson and a minor character in Pepper Ann. He is seen only in a few episodes in his entirety ("Thanksgiving Dad", "That's My Dad " and "Guess Who's Coming to the Theater ", most notably). We know, however, that he is a blimp pilot for "Nice Week". He and Lydia got divorced four years prior to the events of the series, though still remain on good terms. However, Lydia does seem to want to impress him or avoid him altogether when he comes to visit.
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  • He is seen only in a few episodes in his entirety (Thanksgiving Dad) . We know, however, that he was English, and divorced Lydia (although the two remain on good terms) when the girls were young. Lydia, in turn, embraces her divorcée, single-mom identity with great gusto, and encourages Pepper Ann to be as proudly independent as she is, although she does keep a curfew on Pepper Ann.
  • Charles "Chuck" Pearson is the father of Pepper Ann and Moose Pearson and the ex-husband of Lydia Pearson and a minor character in Pepper Ann. He is seen only in a few episodes in his entirety ("Thanksgiving Dad", "That's My Dad " and "Guess Who's Coming to the Theater ", most notably). We know, however, that he is a blimp pilot for "Nice Week". He and Lydia got divorced four years prior to the events of the series, though still remain on good terms. However, Lydia does seem to want to impress him or avoid him altogether when he comes to visit. For the first and second seasons, it was a bit of a running gag that his face was never seen. This changes in later episodes, with "That's My Dad" being the first time his entire face is shown.
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