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Jack & Bobby: The First Lady

Jack takes Courtney to a fundraiser put on by her father. The night leads to a surprise confession and a kiss. At school, Bobby has trouble with a bully, but soon finds a way to deal with him. Meanwhile, Grace invites a homeless man to stay at the McCallister's house until he finds something more permanent. In a flash-forward to the future, a secret about the future First Lady is revealed.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x5
Production Number: 2T65404
Airdate: Sunday October 10th, 2004

Guest Stars
Amy WattAmy Watt
As Deborah Finch
Dean CollinsDean Collins
As Warren Feide
Jeanette BroxJeanette Brox
As Dex Truggman
Chad EverettChad Everett
As Mr. Henry 'Huck' Graham
Erik M. WalkerErik M. Walker
As Crew Member #1
Joel McKinnon MillerJoel McKinnon Miller
As Officer Marty Shallock
John Dennis JohnstonJohn Dennis Johnston
As Jonah Babbage
Mary Gordon MurrayMary Gordon Murray
As Martha Truggman
Main Cast
Matt LongMatt Long
As Jack McCallister
Logan LermanLogan Lerman
As Robert "Bobby" McCallister
Christine LahtiChristine Lahti
As Grace McCallister
John SlatteryJohn Slattery
As Peter Benedict
Jessica ParéJessica Paré
As Courtney Benedict
Edwin HodgeEdwin Hodge
As Marcus Ride
Keri Lynn PrattKeri Lynn Pratt
As Missy Belknap
Bradley CooperBradley Cooper
As Tom Wexler Graham
Episode Notes
This episode featured no opening credits.

2.5 million viewers tuned in for this episode.

In this episode it is revealed that in the future Bobby and Courtney have four children.

We learn that Courtney is a genetic carrier for mental illness.

Episode Quotes
Bobby: Just being different to be different, isn't that kind of fake?

Jack: Unacceptable. How's that?
Grace: Forceful. Articulate. But moot.

Jack: That was heartwarming. When's the last time you made us sandwiches?
Grace: When's the last time you ate cat food?

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