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It ended without an official series finale, although the last episode centered on Frank and Carol considering selling the house.
The series' theme song "Second Time Around" was written and composed by Jesse Frederick and Bennett Salvay (both wrote the themes for other sitcoms produced by Miller-Boyett Productions such as Full House, Perfect Strangers, and Family Matters), and was performed by Frederick and Teresa James.
In the seventh season Brendan is written out of the show as is Jean-Luc.
Frank's nephew, Cody Lambert, was introduced early in the first season as a recurring character (becoming a series regular in the second season) and lived in his van in the driveway; he then left the series in 1996.Keanan was the first of the two Going Places stars to be cast on Step By Step in the spring of 1991.Castile, who had played gawky child Sam Roberts on Going Places, brought the same character traits to the Mark Foster role, which was speculated to be Miller-Boyett's continued attempt to give the Family Matters character Steve Urkel a white counterpart., but after a few episodes was replaced by Lennon, who voiced Eugene for the remainder of the show's first season.Going Places creators Robert Griffard and Howard Adler would end up employed with Step By Step as co-executive producers and members of its writing staff until the show's fifth season; Adler and Griffard later wrote an additional episode of the show as freelancers in the seventh season.
Patrick Duffy directed several episodes, starting with the second season.