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Season 5

89 :05x01 - Here We Go Again

Oct/02/2000
In the fifth season-opener, big changes are afoot in the Camden household this fall as Eric is distressed by the fact that his daughter Mary has opted to postpone college in favor of a little soul searching and the glory of minimum wage. Mary decides to buy a car. Also, Annie leaves Eric with a handful at home so she can complete her teaching degree. Meanwhile, Simon attempts to fit in with the treacherous terrain of high school, and Lucy looks forward to ruling the school as a senior. Lucy can't wait to start a relationship with Andrew Nayloss, except he hasn't come back from summer vacation yet. Meanwhile, Heather and Matt's on-again-off-again relationship threatens to be off-again---permanently. Matt considers the pre-med track at college and Ruthie learns that she will have to spend another year with her despised third grade teacher, Ms. Riddle.
Guest Stars: Christopher Michael as Sergeant Michaels | Kyle Sabihy as Jim | Kristoffer Ryan Winters as Russo | Herbie Baez as Guy #1 | Camille Winbush as Lynn Hamilton | Jeffrey Schoeny as Kid | Nate Reese as Wedding Chapel Minister | Kylie Erica Mar as Girl | Ray Bengston as Mr. Nayloss | Will Estes as Andrew Nayloss | Michael Canavan as Steve | Andrea Ferrell as Heather Cain | Jessica Biel as Mary Camden | Elizabeth Ruscio as Ms. Riddle | Chase Patterson as Guy #2

90 :05x02 - Help

Oct/09/2000
Mary, still intent on her independence, finds herself buried under a number of unpaid bills after losing her job at the pool hall. Meanwhile, "The Colonel" (guest-star Peter Graves) surprises Eric and Annie with an unexpected visit. Matt blames everyone but himself for his failing grade in organic chemistry class. Lucy enlists Simon to assist her with her Homecoming Queen Campaign to help him gain popularity in school, and Ruthie's prayers are answered when she's transferred out of her nemesis' class and into a prestigious private school.
Guest Stars: Tim De Zarn as Poolhall Manager | J. Patrick McCormack as Professor Townsend | Kristoffer Ryan Winters as Principal Russo | Holly Towne as Girl | Alexis Lopez as Kid #2 | Alex Chester as Kid #1 | Jennifer Freeman as Joan | Peter Graves (1) as "The Colonel" John Camden | Michael Canavan as Steve | Brenda Strong as Mrs. Carmen Mackoul | Jessica Biel as Mary Camden | Rance Howard as Old man in park
Director: Tony Mordente
Writer: Sue Tenney

91 :05x03 - Losers

Oct/16/2000
Responsibilities fly out the window when Eric and Annie enjoy separate nights out on Friday. Although the reverend can't find anyone to hang out with him, so he calls a bewildered Matt. Annie is conferring with a professor (guest-star Jeff Yagher). Mary strays even further away from her parents' image of her when she is tempted to drink and smoke one night after work. Also, Mary makes friends with married co-workers Frankie and Johnny (guest-stars Chyler Leigh, Nathan West) with questionable morals while working the late shift. Matt blows Simon's chance at a big date with an older woman (guest-star Katie Stuart) when Matt is distracted by a close encounter of the female kind and forgets to pick up Simon. Also, Lucy gets a taste of the not-so-glamorous side of parenting when her and a classmate take care of an egg.
Guest Stars: Kam Heskin as Girl at party | Jeff Yagher as Professor | Sandy Freeman as Alice Dalton | Tony Decarlo as Guy #1 | Nathan West as Johnny | John Fortson as Guy #3 | Leslie Marshall as Pat | Katie Stuart (1) as Lulu | Chyler Leigh as Frankie | Alan Fudge as Lou Dalton | Michael Canavan as Steve | Jessica Biel as Mary Camden | Christopher Daniel Barnes as Police Officer | Brandon Tyler as Lab Partner | Christopher Soloevilla as Guy #2 | Jennifer Massey (1) as Devon | Mary Pat Dowhy as Leila | Samantha Flate as Cheryl
Director: Harvey Laidman

92 :05x04 - Busted

Oct/23/2000
Exasperation reaches an all-time high in the Camden household, as Eric and Annie helplessly watch their oldest daughter Mary and her worrisome friends continue to head down the path of destruction and into the hands of the law. When Frankie (guest-star Chyler Leigh) expresses interest in signing up for college classes Mary starts checking out Lucy's early application packets. Meanwhile, Simon has a hot date and Lucy gets a weird proposition from a classmate. Lastly, Ruthie discovers manipulative fun of keeping a diary--- much to the embarrassment of Eric and Annie when she sees them having SEX!
Guest Stars: Nathan West as Johnny | Brooke Anne Smith as Marsha Chalker | Jackie Forge as Teenage Girl | Jeremy Lelliott as Mike Pierce | Jessica Biel as Mary Camden | Chyler Leigh as Frankie
Director: Tony Mordente

93 :05x05 - Blind

Oct/30/2000
Tensions run high as a doubtful Julie lets Mary baby-sit Erica, only if Mary has no visitors. But when Frankie (guest-star Chyler Leigh) comes by and begs Mary to take care of her baby Mercy, Mary can't resist helping her. Then, Mary is then caught with an open bottle of beer while babysitting. Meanwhile, Lucy volunteers to chaperone Ruthie's sleep over and to watch the twins. Also, Simon is on a quest to change his image and does this by piercing his ear. Matt pursues a woman who wants nothing to do with him. Also, Eric and Annie clash with Mary's disreputable friends.
Guest Stars: Ashley Edner as Sarah | Merritt Hicks as Kim | Jessica Friedman as Babs | Kyle Sabihy as Jim | Nathan West as Johnny | Ashley Sierra Hughes as Rachel | Anthony Punnett as Jack | Dylan Jones (1) as Waitress | Steve Sharp as Steve Sharp | Deborah Raffin as Julie Hastings | Ed Begley, Jr. as Hank Hastings | Michael Canavan as Steve | Jessica Biel as Mary Camden | Chyler Leigh as Frankie
Writer: Sue Tenney

94 :05x06 - Broke

Nov/06/2000
Still unemployed and bills mounting, Mary continues her downward spiral to rock bottom as Eric and Annie fight about how to effectively deal with her numerous lies and immature behavior. Meanwhile, the fear of what may happen to Mary starts to take toll on the rest of the whole family. By this, it is prompting the children to break open the twins piggy banks to help Mary pay her bills. To get the credit card company to stop calling, however, they are forced to make a risky decision. During all this, Mary CONTINUES to ignore her responsibilities.
Guest Stars: David Wells (1) as Store Owner | Joel Anderson as ATM Man Behind Mary | Christopher Daniel Barnes as Police Officer | Lawrence Lowe as ATM Guy | Cyd Strittmatter as Insurance Agent | Mari Weiss as Margaret | James Keane as Pete | Curtis Andersen as Ticket Seller | Kim Robillard as Mr. Simon | Deborah Raffin as Julie Hastings | Ed Begley, Jr. as Hank Hastings | Michael Canavan as Steve | Jessica Biel as Mary Camden | Christopher Michael as Sergeant Michaels | Cyndi Martino as Bank Teller | Mary Donnelly-Haskell as Credit Card Collector

95 :05x07 - Bye

Nov/13/2000
Eric and Annie desperately try to figure out how Mary managed to pay her credit card bill while the kids team up to throw them off the scent. When the parents vs. children game finally breaks down, drastic changes happen. After learning that Mary stole from the twins to pay her bills, Eric and Annie come to the heart-breaking realization that they must take drastic action to help their misguided daughter and to protect and preserve the family. The Camden's gather to confront Mary with their feelings of hurt and betrayal and their conclusion to send her away to Buffalo with "The Colonel" and Grandma Ruth.
Guest Stars: Phil Sciranka as Ticket Taker | Graham Jarvis as Charles Jackson | Dorian Harewood as Morgan Hamilton | Olivia Brown as Patricia Hamilton | Deborah Raffin as Julie Hastings | Ed Begley, Jr. as Hank Hastings | Jessica Biel as Mary Camden | Curtis Andersen as Ticket Seller
Director: Paul Snider

96 :05x08 - Gossip

Nov/20/2000
Mary's future may be resolved, but the rumor mill surrounding her situation runs rampant. While ugly rumors spread about Mary's sudden departure, Simon is persuaded to use his sister's bad reputation to boost his 'cool' quotient at school and gets into some trouble of his own with identical twin bad girls, Carol and Sue Murphy (Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, Full House). Congregational gossip irks Eric. Lucy wrestles with high school hearsay. Ruthie spreads phony tales to draw attention away from Mary, and Matt's infatuated with a beautiful stranger. Also, Annie goes out with an old boyfriend.
Guest Stars: Loanne Bishop as Sharon | Erik Aude as Boy Friend | Rachel Winfree as Unknown | Terry Ray as Theatre Manager | Tracy Nelson (1) as Pauline | Danielle Aubry as Barbara | Ashley Olsen as Sue Murphy | Michael Woods as Robin | Jodi Carlisle as Bonnie | Jeremy Lelliott as Mike Pierce | Brenda Strong as Mrs. Carmen Mackoul | Edie McClurg as Mrs. Beeker | Christopher Michael as Sergeant Michaels | Michael Canavan as Steve | Mary-Kate Olsen as Carol Murphy | Jamie Lauren (1) as Lucy's friend: Katie | Joey Zimmerman as Luke | Natasha Allas as Julia | Veronica Lauren as Chris | Gregory Phelan as DJ | Jeff Witzke as Phil | David Markey as Peter | Abigail Revasch as Cafe Waitress | Jessica Hinton as Girl | Scott Strassner as Jack | Paul Michael Sanberg as Store Clerk
Director: Chip Chalmers
Writer: Sue Tenney

97 :05x09 - Tunes

Nov/27/2000
There is cause for alarm when the Camden's disapprove of Simon's new group of friends, one of whom insults Annie and Lucy with his chauvinistic remarks. Norton, the kid that Simon befriends is a fan of violent rap whose negative attitude towards women seems to be influenced by misogynist lyrics. At the same time, Eric and Annie confront Simon about his newfound interest in rap music and somewhat misogynist attitude towards women. Heather gets back in touch with Matt, but Matt is unsure of her intentions. He then finds out that she is dating someone else AGAIN!
Guest Stars: Chasen Hampton as Clerk #2 | Jason Grant Smith as Dr. Walker | Anthony Burch as Clerk #1 | Alyssa Bongiorno as Woman | Drew Calvert as Kid | Barret Swatek as Cheryl | Andrea C. Pearson as Priscilla Carter | Andrea Ferrell as Heather Cain | Johnny Lewis as Norton
Director: Tony Mordente

98 :05x10 - Surprise!

Dec/18/2000
Despite the disapproval from the rest of the family and his own hesitations, Eric takes in Mary's ex-boyfriend Robbie Palmer (Adam LaVorgna) to live with the Camden's for the night after learning that he's homeless. Matt also shows up unexpectedly after being kicked out of his apartment by John, who needs quality time with his girlfriend. Meanwhile, Mary calls home again and hears Robbie's voice on the other end and assumes he's dating Lucy now. Also, John proposes to his girlfriend Priscilla in front of Matt.
Guest Stars: Sami Simkin as Sasha Simpson | Allen Lulu as Mailman | Grady Hutt as Kid | Brooke Ramel as Street Performer | Jeremy Lelliott as Mike Pierce | Andrea C. Pearson as Priscilla Carter | Jessica Biel as Mary Camden | Ellen Crawford as Mrs. Pierce
Director: Bradley Gross
Writer: Chris Olsen

99 :05x11 - Home

Jan/22/2001
A month has passed since Eric invited Mary's ex-boyfriend to stay with the Camden's until he got on his feet. Robbie happily continues to act as a member of the household--- and it's driving Annie crazy. Robbie is Eric's latest 'project', Ruthie's new best friend, recipient of Simon's financial advice, and according to Mary, Lucy's boyfriend. He's even cooking and folding laundry (the wrong way!). Frustrated and emotionally strained, Annie starts to think nobody needs a mother anymore. Also, Matt also feels unneeded from the family due to Robbie and pays an unexpected visit to Heather and her new boyfriend.
Guest Stars: Andrea C. Pearson as Priscilla Carter | Andrea Ferrell as Heather Cain | Jessica Biel as Mary Camden | Joe Michael Burke as Thomas
Director: Harvey Laidman
Writer: Jeff Olsen

100 :05x12 - One Hundred

Jan/29/2001
As Annie plans a mysterious day of cleaning as Eric discovers the shocking news that Mary ran away from "The Colonel"'s to come back home because of a devious scheme she had with Robbie and freaks out. Eric is convinced that more trouble is brewing and goes to insane lengths to find answers. In reality, Mary is heading home for a huge surprise birthday party for Eric, attended by all the people whose lives he's changed for the better in the past few years. Chores at home are interrupted, however, when Ruthie discovers Frankie and Johnny's baby, Mercy at the Camden front doorstep. Meanwhile, Lucy stays with her friend Mike's (guest-star Jeremy Lelliot) near catatonic mother for the day, and drops a proverbial bomb on Lucy. Also, Matt and Simon try to figure out why they delivered Mrs. Bink (guest-star Eileen Brennan) to the hospital.
Guest Stars: Blake Boyd as Doctor | James Keane as Pete | Barbara Rush as Grandma Ruth Camden | Sam Saletta as George Camden | Jeremy Lelliott as Mike Pierce | Jessica Biel as Mary Camden | Eileen Brennan as Mrs. Gladys Bink | Nathan West as Johnny | Betty A. Bridges as Older Nurse | Richard Augustine as Airport Gate Agent | Christopher Michael as Sgt. Michaels |
Uncredited: Alan Fudge as Lou Dalton | Ray Walston as Sgt. Milliard | Andrew Keegan as Wilson West | Ed Begley, Jr. as Hank Hastings | Christine Lakin as Cassandra | Jessica Harper as Norma Moon | Kirsten Storms as Laura Cummings | Toran Caudell as Rod | Deborah Raffin as Julie Hastings | Ellen Crawford as Mrs. Pierce | David Glen Eisley as Don | Peter Tork as Chris | Keith Allison as Ray | Graham Jarvis as Charles Jackson | Andrea Ferrell as Heather Cain | Faye Grant as Abby | Nicole Cherie Saletta as Deena Stewart | Matthew Linville as Jimmy Moon | Wade Carpenter as Jordan Johansen | Gary Leroi Gray as Clarence Fields | Frank Collison as Fred Moon | Michelle Casey as Katie Cunningham | Meg Wittner as Donna Cain | Julie Marie Berman as Shelby | Andrea Fay Friedman as Molly Connelly
Director: David J. Plenn
Writer: Sue Tenney

101 :05x13 - Kiss

Feb/05/2001
After their lackluster attempt at kissing, Mike (guest-star Jeremy Lelliot) and Lucy agree to be friends and to fix each other up on dates--- but the plan bothers Lucy more than she anticipated. Meanwhile, Matt's in a huff over John and Robbie's newfound friendship and feels slighted by the family. Eric also continues to feel alienated from his family when they keep going to Annie for advice. Also, Annie feels slighted when Ruthie plays an un-funny joke when the twins recognize her as their "mama".
Guest Stars: Zachary Brino as Sam Camden | Lorenzo Brino as David Camden | David Lago as Jeremy | Jeremy Lelliott as Mike Pierce | Andrea C. Pearson as Priscilla Carter | Heather Ball as Elaina Casey
Director: Tony Mordente

102 :05x14 - V- Day

Feb/12/2001
Mary's feelings for Robbie resurface when she inadvertently finds out he has a secret date for Valentine's Day, and the whole family schemes to uncover the mystery woman. Meanwhile, with the exception of Lucy who has a date with Jeremy, the other Camden kids feel deflated when their Valentine's plans fall through and they end up stuck at home celebrating Sam and David's second birthday. Lucy and Jeremy's first date does not go as expected as they both keep on running into Lucy's ex-boyfriends. Although all's well that ends well by the end of the episode for everyone.
Guest Stars: Christopher Emerson as Peter | Scott Terra as Bert Miller | Max Middleton as Walter | Cully Smoller as Young Matt | Madison Stoddard as Young Mary | Justine Bivans as Young Lucy | Chase Ellison as Young Simon | Alice Hirson as Deceased Jenny Jackson | Matthew Linville as Jimmy Moon | Wade Carpenter as Jordan Johansen | Toran Caudell as Rod | Barret Swatek as Cheryl | Nicole Cherie Saletta as Deena Stewart | Andrea C. Pearson as Priscilla Carter | David Lago as Jeremy | Jessica Biel as Mary Camden
Writer: Carol Tenney

103 :05x15 - Sweeps

Feb/19/2001
Although Robbie is just as nervous as everyone else, his presence in the house during Mary's weekend stay causes a great deal of concern among the Camden's. Matt and Lucy are especially suspicious after Lucy accidentally finds a condom in a misplaced wallet. Imagine their surprise when they learn that the provocative prophylactic belongs to Simon--- who just so happens to be spending the evening with his new lady friend, Sasha.
Guest Stars: Jessica Biel as Mary Camden | Sami Simkin as Sasha Simpson

104 :05x16 - Parents

Feb/26/2001
Robbie is ecstatic when his long-lost father (guest-star Alan Thicke) who is a dead-beat dad appears out of the blue. Although, Eric and Annie distrust the dead-beat dad's motives. He also convinces Robbie to move out with him; against Eric's wishes. Meanwhile, Ruthie turns to Mary for advice on how to get around their parents rules when wanting to buy a makeup kit that they said 'no' to. Also, a very convinced Annie worries when Lucy starts having a relationship with her friend's freewheeling "unmotherlike" mom. Also, Simon develops a bad attitude with his mother when not wanting to do his school work, but wants to hang out with his friends.
Guest Stars: Caroline Aaron as Sally Palmer | Krystee Clark as Ashley | Glenn Kennedy as Alan | Josh Wolford as Keith | Jane A. Rogers as Serena | Jessica Biel as Mary Camden | Alan Thicke as Ed Palmer
Director: Tony Mordente
Writer: Sue Tenney

105 :05x17 - Crazy

Apr/16/2001
Matt begins to go crazy over a psychological evaluation that he is required to take for his medical-school application. Matt also notices the strange demeanor of his psychologist, which leads to a surprising twist. Meanwhile, after Ruthie gets into trouble at school for missing homeroom classes daily, she tricks Robbie into coming to talk to her principal. Simon decides he no longer wants to be together with Sasha since they have nothing in common and that she is not that intelligent, but the plan backfires on Simon. Also, Mike wants to try to be in a relationship with Lucy again, but unfortunately she turns him down since they are both on the rebound from Jeremy and Elaine. Lastly, Eric must convince a terminally ill patient to embrace life no matter what the doctors tell him.
Guest Stars: Patricia Healy as Rita Simpson | Bergen Williams as Tall Nurse | Terry Bozeman as Harold | Tom Dahlgren as Doctor Advisor | Allen Williams as Dr. Bennett Brown | Michaela Gallo as Julia | Jeremy Lelliott as Mike Pierce | Brenda Strong as Mrs. Carmen Mackoul | Barret Swatek as Cheryl | Ron Zimmerman as Doc | Ally Wolfe as Nurse | Sami Simkin as Sasha Simpson

106 :05x18 - Apologize

Apr/23/2001
The striking resemblance of Robbie's new friend, Marie, to Mary raises eyebrows among discerning Camdens. Annie's invitation for her to stay for dinner makes things weirder for them. Back in Buffalo, unbeknownst to Robbie, Mary accidentally bumps into her old boyfriend Wilson (guest-star Andrew Keegan) and his son Billy at the train station and makes plans to meet him for the evening. Mary is unsure on whether she should tell Robbie, but confides in her family about this. They all say that she should tell Robbie about this, but decides to ignore their advice. Also, Matt meets Robbie's ex-girlfriend, Cheryl, at the restaurant where she works. He starts to have feelings for Cheryl and tries his best to try to get her to go on a date with him. His efforts work by the end, but is having a hard time telling Robbie about his interest in his ex-girlfriend.
Guest Stars: Charlie Stewart (1) as Pee Wee #2 | Casey Boersma as Billy West | Dylan Boersma as Billy West | Alexander Gould as Pee Wee #1 | Andrew Keegan as Wilson West | David Lago as Jeremy | Barret Swatek as Cheryl | Jessica Biel as Mary Camden | Lauren German as Marie | Mercedes Colon as Hostess
Director: Harry Harris

107 :05x19 - Virgin

Apr/30/2001
Annie discovers that the particularly flirtatious mother of one of Lucy's friends, Serena is seeing Eric for therapy sessions. Annie strongly requests that he refers her to someone else. Annie then has to deal with the guilt over her jealousy-induced interference between the two. Also, Simon is mortified when word gets around school over the fact that he's a virgin. Annie had shared the details of Simon's sexual inexperience with his ex-girlfriend's (Sasha) mother, Rita. Meanwhile, Matt struggles about telling Robbie he's interested with his ex-girlfriend, Cheryl. Lastly, Robbie is also hiding a secret from Matt that involves his ex-girlfriend Heather.
Guest Stars: Krystee Clark as Ashley | Michaela Gallo as Julia | Josh Wolford as Keith | Barret Swatek as Cheryl | Jane A. Rogers as Serena | Andrea Ferrell as Heather Cain | Lackey Bevis as Simon's friend
Director: Chip Chalmers

108 :05x20 - Regrets

May/07/2001
The Glenoak Community is making a big fuss over a petition that is protesting the apparently unfair firing of one of Ruthie's teachers, Mrs. Miller at her private school. Although, Matt knows the real reason of why she is leaving since she has been to his hospital after being diagnosed with advanced breast cancer, which leads to the embarrassment of many of the petitioners--- including Simon and Lucy when they encounter her brother who's a teacher at their high school. Also, Annie's father Charles drops by at the Camden's for a visit. Annie is then surprised and shocked when her father passes on news to Eric--- to tell her that she has a sister, Lily.
Guest Stars: Michael Dorn as Mr. Johnson | Francesca P. Roberts as Mrs. Miller | Carlos Amezcua as Reporter | Graham Jarvis as Charles Jackson | Dorian Harewood as Morgan Hamilton | Brenda Strong as Mrs. Carmen Mackoul | Michelle Phillips as Lily Jackson
Director: Tony Mordente

109 :05x21 - Chances (1)

May/14/2001
Mary returns home back to Glenoak for the summer to spend some time with her family, but fears about being together again with Robbie, who's a bit on edge. Meanwhile, Eric and Annie are recipients of what may or may not be advances from unmarried acquaintances (Serena & James). Simon also has his problems with his ex-girlfriend Deena when they both see that the still have feelings for each other, even though she has another boyfriend and has to choose. Also, Matt agonizes over telling his family about his new relationship with Cheryl, but soon decides to tell them all. John and Priscilla are also having trouble again with an unfortunate obstacle with her parents, but they decide to come to their senses and allow the two kids to have their wedding with their help. Lastly, Lucy surprises herself and others when making a proposal to Jeremy and the possibility of going to college in New York with Jeremy. Although plans change when Mary allegedly tells Robbie and soon the rest of the family that she had "adult relations" with Jeremy back in New York.
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Guest Stars: John Gowans as Sarah's grandfather | Sarah Rayne as Sarah Magnee | Beau Billingslea as Gene Carter | Bryan Neal as Tim | Rolonda Watts as Sylvia Carter | David Lago as Jeremy | Andrew Keegan as Wilson West | Jane A. Rogers as Serena | Barret Swatek as Cheryl | Alan Fudge as Lou Dalton | Jeremy Lelliott as Mike Pierce | Andrea C. Pearson as Priscilla Carter | Nicole Cherie Saletta as Deena Stewart | Jessica Biel as Mary Camden | James Remar as James
Writer: Sue Tenney

110 :05x22 - Are (2)

May/21/2001
In the fifth season finale, Mary tries to right a wrong by explaining to Lucy that she never had "adult relations" with her sister's fiance, Jeremy. The only problem left is trying to convince Lucy. Also, Wilson unexpectedly drops by the Camden home from New York to see if he and Mary are really over by finding out her answer. Also, James talks to Eric about him attempting to have an affair with Annie, as Serena comes clean with Annie about her trying to have an affair with Eric. Meanwhile, Robbie and Wilson set aside their differences so that they can talk about Mary. Lastly, Matt learns a few things when it comes to Cheryl's honesty when she doesn't tell her friends that she's dating him.
Guest Stars: James Remar as James | Terry Hart as Mr. Stewart | Beau Billingslea as Gene Carter | Antony Alda as Bartender | David Lago as Jeremy | Andrew Keegan as Wilson West | Jane A. Rogers as Serena | Jeremy Lelliott as Mike Pierce | Dorian Harewood as Morgan Hamilton | Nicole Cherie Saletta as Deena Stewart | Barret Swatek as Cheryl | Jessica Biel as Mary Camden | Andrea C. Pearson as Priscilla Carter/Hamilton | Rolonda Watts as Sylvia Carter
Writer: Sue Tenney
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Classification: Scripted
Genre: Drama | Family
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: CW ( USA)
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: August 26, 1996
Ended: May 13, 2007
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