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Tessa and Frankie become closer. Moreover, Frankie and Tessa visit his family. While this occurs, a relative of Frankie recognizes Tessa, which sparks off some interesting events between her and Frankie. Meanwhile, Tommy and Nicole appear to be getting close even though they are now experiencing some disagreements.


Episode Info


Episode number: 1x19
Production Number: 1AJE19
Airdate: Thursday January 06th, 2005



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Guest Stars
Amy HillAmy Hill
As Bobbie Seau
Recurring
Dominic PurcellDominic Purcell
As Tommy Ravetto
Recurring
Mark MalalisMark Malalis
As Kai
Recurring
Michael OntkeanMichael Ontkean
As Gordan Matthews
Recurring
Shannen DohertyShannen Doherty
As Alexandra Hudson
Recurring
Bellamy YoungBellamy Young
As Mrs. Lasser
Christopher WiehlChristopher Wiehl
As Greg Lasser
David ElyDavid Ely
As Sean Sweeny
Kelsey ChockKelsey Chock
As Bartender
Michael AdamshickMichael Adamshick
As Detective
Episode Notes
This episode only scored 4.1 million viewers with a 3.0/4 in the Nielson ratings. With only pulling in no more than 4 million viewers, this serves as one of FOX's reasons for pulling the plug on the series one episode before it actually ended.

Frankie and Tessa's relationship grows stronger in this episode.



Analysis
The character of Tessa

Tessa's character has come a long way since her arrival. She goes from conniving, not caring, and thirsty for power to someone who cares, in love, and committed to Frankie. Despite many not liking her but the ones who were not good, she developed morally in to someone who wants to be somebody in life and develop a good relationship.



Warning: North Shore season 1 episode 19 guide may contain spoilers
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