Bailey Kipper's P.O.V.

Bailey Kipper's P.O.V.
Genre Sitcom
Written by Shelly Goldstein
Directed by Mike Albert
Peter Baldwin
Peter Finney
Starring Michael Galeota
Joey Zimmerman
Meg Wittner
Country of origin USA
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 13
Executive producer(s) Mark Waxman
Producer(s) Jill Lopez Danton
Cinematography James Jansen
Editor(s) Barry S. Silver
Running time 30 minutes
Production company(s) MTM Enterprises
Distributor 20th Television
Original network CBS
Original release September 14, 1996 – May 31, 1997

Bailey Kipper's P.O.V. is a US children's television series that aired in 1996 on CBS Saturday Mornings, starring Michael Galeota, John Achorn and Meg Wittner. It lasted for 13 episodes of 30 minutes length each and received airings on the BBC's CBBC programming strand as well as on Nickelodeon in the UK.


Bailey Kipper's young age, 11, is belied by his wit and sophistication. His father works at a local TV station and often brings home junked bits of technical equipment for his son to mess around with, for Bailey is an electronics wizard. He constructs an elaborate spy system with which, via miniature cameras (in a form of eyeballs) he has concealed all over the house and in his family's clothing (and even in the dog's collar), he can record the family's daily activity, creating a video diary of their lives. His viewing area is hidden away in a part of the house he has made inaccessible to the others. Each episode presented the results of Bailey's handiwork as he re-ran recent events in the lives of the Kipper family - mom, dad, little brother Eric and older sister Robin.


Transmission details

The show had a total of 13 half-hour episodes.

Season 1
No. Episode Title Original Airdate
1 We Have Rules September 14, 1996
2 Dad Unplugged September 21, 1996
3 A Singin' Fool September 28, 1996
4 Mouse in the House October 5, 1996
5 My First Zit October 12, 1996
6 A Living Doll October 19, 1996
7 The Best of the Vest October 26, 1996
8 Talk Ain't Cheap November 2, 1996
9 Teacher, Teacher November 16, 1996
10 The Staining November 23, 1996
11 Movin' Up November 30, 1996
12 Drawing the Line December 7, 1996
13 Trust Me December 14, 1996

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