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Season 2

24 :02x01 - Only Connect

Sep/24/2004
After a summer of therapy and with school resuming Joan tries to return to a "normal" life even as she ignores God, who keeps reappearing; Will is sued for emotional distress by Andy Baker, whose drunk driving caused the accident that paralyzed Kevin; Luke and Grace try to adjust to their relationship.
Guest Stars: Christopher Cousins as Tom Murphy | Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Juliette Goglia as Little Girl (God) | Mark Totty as Detective Carlisle | Mageina Tovah as Glynis Figliola | Kris Lemche as Cute Boy (God) | David Burke (1) as Father Ken Mallory | Riley Smith as Andy Baker | Patrick Breen as Sammy | Craig Champion as Skateboarder (God) | Cheryl White as Heidi | Christopher Cousins as Tom Murphy | Kathryn Joosten as Old Lady (God) | Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Juliette Goglia as Little Girl (God) | Mark Totty as Detective Carlisle | Mageina Tovah as Glynis Figliola | Elaine Hendrix as Ms. Lischak | Constance Zimmer as Sister Lilly Watters | Kris Lemche as Cute Boy (God) | David Burke (1) as Father Ken Mallory | Riley Smith as Andy Baker | Patrick Breen as Sammy | Craig Champion as Skateboarder (God) | Reggie Jordan as Process Server | Eddie Hassell as Student | Tara Lynne Barr as Jump Roping Girl |
Uncredited: Jeffrey Licon as Goth Kid (God)
Director: James Hayman
Writer: Barbara Hall
Songs: Beck -- Guess I'm Doin' Fine, Ariel's Worm -- Holiday, Avril Lavigne -- How Does It Feel, Newsboys -- Live In Stereo, Kara's Flowers -- Loving The Small Time, Pillar -- Rewind, The Rosenbergs -- Secret, Avril Lavigne -- Take Me Away, Kara's Flowers -- The Never Saga, Starfield -- Tumbling After

27 :02x04 - The Cat

Oct/15/2004
God has Joan adopt a wild cat; Helen's Aunt Olive has a stroke while visiting; Will calls Internal Affairs to investigate for corrupt cops.
Special Guest Stars: Cloris Leachman as Aunt Olive | Cloris Leachman as Aunt Olive |
Guest Stars: Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Sprague Grayden as Judith Montgomery | Derek Morgan as Roy Roebuck | Allyce Beasley as Feral Cat Lover (God) | Aaron Frazier as Basketball Player (God) | Danny Musico as Simmons | Richard Penn as Dr. Hankin | Sprague Grayden as Judith Montgomery | Mark Totty as Detective Carlisle | Derek Morgan as Roy Roebuck | Allyce Beasley as Feral Cat Lover (God) | Aaron Frazier as Basketball Player (God) | Kent Faulcon as Duncan
Director: Steve Gomer
Songs: Parallax Project -- Advantage, Dogwood Moon -- If You Hear Me, Jeff Lingle -- Jumpin' & Thumpin', Jeff Lingle -- Scattered, 2 Minutes Hate -- Shock, Move.Meant -- The Rebirth

28 :02x05 - The Election

Oct/22/2004
Things get dirty in a student council election as God instructs Joan to support a candidate; Helen must deal with a student who protests another students work of art.
Guest Stars: Corri English as Elizabeth Goetzman | Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Sprague Grayden as Judith Montgomery | Annie Potts as Lieutenant Lucy Preston | Jared Hillman as Brian Beaumont | John Del Regno as Locksmith (God) | Mike Erwin as Lars Klosterman | Megan Henning as Mari Darlene Fitch | Mark Henderson as Craig Fitch | Julie Lancaster as Teri Fitch | Michael J. Willett as Billy | Kyle Patrick as Teddy Marks | Steele Justiss as Rocker Dude (God) | Kelly Pizzo as Drama Club Singer | John C. Murphy, Jr. (1) as Stoner | Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Sprague Grayden as Judith Montgomery | Annie Potts as Lieutenant Lucy Preston | Morocco Omari as Principal Chadwick | John Del Regno as Locksmith (God) | Mike Erwin as Lars Klosterman | Sam Murphy (1) as Donny | Matt Spangler as Doug | Megan Henning as Mari Darlene Fitch | Mark Henderson as Craig Fitch | Julie Lancaster as Teri Fitch | Kristy Wu as Annie | Michael J. Willett as Billy | Kyle Patrick as Teddy Marks | Steele Justiss as Rocker Dude (God) | Kelly Pizzo as Drama Club Singer | John C. Murphy, Jr. (1) as Stoner
Director: Rob Morrow
Writer: Ellie Herman
Songs: Brandtson -- Ain't No Trip To Cleveland, Anna Nalick -- Breathe (2 AM), Stargazer Lily -- Darlin' You Need Me, Avril Lavigne -- My World, Omnisoul -- Waiting (Save Your Life), Nick Nolan -- We Should Try Again, Patti Scialfa -- Yesterday's Child, Maktub -- You Can't Hide

29 :02x06 - Wealth of Nations

Oct/29/2004
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Guest Stars: Ian Bohen as Peter | Rick Overton as Bad Stand-Up Comedian (God) | Robert Pine as Mr. Sanders | Iqbal Theba as East Indian Sunglasses Salesman God | Trevor Einhorn as Mascot (God) | Philip Marlatt as Roger | Vanessa Claire Smith as Surly Punk (God) | Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Sprague Grayden as Judith Montgomery | Kimberly McCullough as Beth Reinhart | Constance Zimmer as Sister Lilly Watters | Annie Potts as Lieutenant Lucy Preston | Ian Bohen as Peter | David Figlioli as Vintage Clothing Store Owner | Robert Pine as Mr. Sanders | Iqbal Theba as East Indian Sunglasses Salesman God | Philip Marlatt as Roger | Vanessa Claire Smith as Surly Punk (God)
Director: Kevin Dowling
Songs: ML Lennon -- Armageddon Surfer Girl, Atlas Plug -- Get Rolled On, Stirling -- I Came Late To The Party, Libido -- New Addiction, Pet Shop Boys -- Opportunities, Morella's Forest -- Running, Rust Belt -- Smithereens, Intercooler -- Tea Ball, Jude Crossen -- Therapy

30 :02x07 - P.O.V.

Nov/05/2004
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Guest Stars: Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Sprague Grayden as Judith Montgomery | Annie Potts as Lieutenant Lucy Preston | Constance Zimmer as Sister Lilly Watters | Evan Handler as Chuck Kroner | Zachary Quinto as Pretentious Filmmaker (God) | Louis Mustillo as Garbage Man (God) | Adrienne Brett Evans as Elizabeth Rove | Max Knowles as 7-Year-Old Adam | Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Sprague Grayden as Judith Montgomery | Annie Potts as Lieutenant Lucy Preston | Constance Zimmer as Sister Lilly Watters | Evan Handler as Chuck Kroner | Zachary Quinto as Pretentious Filmmaker (God) | Louis Mustillo as Garbage Man (God) | Adrienne Brett Evans as Elizabeth Rove
Songs: Zoe -- Half As Good, The Clean Prophets -- More Than Enough, Sillan & Young -- So Long Marie, DeeDee O'Malley -- Sometimes, Karla Anderson -- Waiting For Beautiful

31 :02x08 - Friday Night

Nov/12/2004
After being prodded by Judith to go on a real date, Joan and Adam nervously prepare for a romantic night at a fancy French restaurant. Little do they know that Judith has subsequently made some misguided plans for herself for that evening, which later causes the guilt-ridden Joan to wonder if she could have prevented her friend's misfortune.
Guest Stars: Sprague Grayden as Judith Montgomery | Annie Potts as Lieutenant Lucy Preston | Russ Tamblyn as Dog Walker God | Charlie Koznick as Ryan | Karoly Giardello as Random Woman | Ansel Caine as Anarchist Guy | Claudia Choi as Doctor | Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Sprague Grayden as Judith Montgomery | Annie Potts as Lieutenant Lucy Preston | Jayne Atkinson as Fran Montgomery | Michael Chinyamurindi as Nigerian Doctor God | Karoly Giardello as Random Woman | Scott Conte as Paramedic | Clement von Franckenstein as Waiter
Director: Elodie Keene
Songs: Jeffrey Lingle -- By The Fire, Ben Arnold -- House Of Cards, Warren Zevon -- Keep Me In Your Heart, Lauren Hart -- Words Like Water

32 :02x09 - No Future

Nov/19/2004
As Joan begins to deal with Judith's death, she faces the added pressure of having to relive the day of Kevin's accident during her deposition. Meanwhile, Will feels guilty as he recalls how poorly he treated Kevin in the hours preceding his accident. Additionally, Grace reluctantly agrees to join Luke for dinner at the Girardi's on his birthday.
Guest Stars: Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Mageina Tovah as Glynis Figliola | Annie Potts as Lieutenant Lucy Preston | Kimberly McCullough as Beth Reinhart | Riley Smith as Andy Baker | Evan Handler as Chuck Kroner | Kitty Swink as Annette Langston | Leslie Upson as Court Reporter (God) | Todd Sherry as Gay Male Secretary (God) | Stephen O'Mahoney as Cop | Angela Robinson (1) as Meter Maid | Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Mageina Tovah as Glynis Figliola | Annie Potts as Lieutenant Lucy Preston | Patrick Fabian as Gavin Price | Kimberly McCullough as Beth Reinhart | Evan Handler as Chuck Kroner | Kitty Swink as Annette Langston | Rae Allen as Fortune Teller (God) | Leslie Upson as Court Reporter (God) | Todd Sherry as Gay Male Secretary (God) | Stephen O'Mahoney as Cop | Angela Robinson (1) as Meter Maid
Director: James Hayman
Writer: Barbara Hall
Songs: Laurie Grossman -- Found In Rob & Emily, Jeffrey Lingle -- Perfect Night, Move.Meant -- Problems, Skillet -- Splinter, Inca -- Vientos Del Sur

33 :02x10 - The Book of Questions

Nov/26/2004
While helping Grace shop for a dress for the occasion, Joan is delighted to finally meet Grace's seemingly perfect mother, Sarah. However, when Sarah's drinking problem becomes evident, Joan begins to understand why Grace is so private – and why she's long been avoiding having her bat mitzvah. Meanwhile, Luke racks his brain to come up with a meaningful bat mitzvah gift for Grace. Additionally, Adam and Joan have different ways of coping with Judith's death. Will supports Lucy's less-than-legal means of trying to get one of Judith's friends to describe Judith's on-the-run killer, and Kevin's ex-girlfriend is deposed for the trial.
Guest Stars: Jack Plotnick as Sammy #2 | Annie Potts as Lieutenant Lucy Preston | Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Mageina Tovah as Glynis Figliola | Kimberly McCullough as Beth Reinhart | Charlie Koznick as Ryan | Christy Romano as Officious Hall Monitor (God) | Mike Starr as Big Tough Guy (God) | Joanne Baron as Female Guest (God) | Chayim Frenkel as Cantor | Annie Potts as Lieutenant Lucy Preston | Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Mageina Tovah as Glynis Figliola | Kimberly McCullough as Beth Reinhart | Paul Sand as Rabbi Polonsky | Charlie Koznick as Ryan | Christy Romano as Officious Hall Monitor (God) | Joanne Baron as Female Guest (God) | Petrea Burchard as Catherine Lee
Director: Steve Gomer
Songs: 2 Minutes Hate -- And You Are, David Loring -- Everything, Goo Goo Dolls -- Give A Little Bit, 2 Minutes Hate -- Glide, FirstCom Music Library -- Hava Nagila, Daniel Indart -- Sambastico, Charity Von -- The Narrow, Nick Nolan -- Upside Down

34 :02x11 - Dive

Dec/10/2004
As Joan tries to work her way up to the high dive despite her acrophobia, Luke attempts to overcome his paralyzing fear of undertaking an activity at which he might fail. Meanwhile, Will continues his quest to find Judith's killer, and Kevin goes on a date with Beth. Additionally, while reflecting on Judith's death and Kevin's accident, Helen becomes overwhelmed with concern about her family being in harm's way.
Guest Stars: Mageina Tovah as Glynis Figliola | Sprague Grayden as Judith Montgomery | Constance Zimmer as Sister Lilly Watters | Kimberly McCullough as Beth Rhinehart | Kris Lemche as Cute Boy (God) | Diane Delano as Coach Carol Keady | Sam Horrigan as Tommy Belkin | Matthew McKane as Beasley | Mark Totty as Det. Carlisle | Annie Potts as Lieutenant Lucy Preston | Mageina Tovah as Glynis Figliola | Constance Zimmer as Sister Lilly Watters | Kris Lemche as Cute Boy (God) | Diane Delano as Coach Carol Keady | Sam Horrigan as Tommy Belkin | Matthew McKane as Beasley | Sonya Eddy as Female Custodian (God)
Director: Martha Mitchell
Writer: David Grae
Songs: Kasey Chambers -- A Million Tears, Aderbat -- Bye Bye, The Boneshakers -- Compromise, Communicate, Angela McCluskey -- Know It All, Mutlu -- Running Away From You, Lelia Broussard -- Secrets, Lauren Hart -- Watch That Girl

35 :02x12 - Game Theory

Jan/07/2005
Despite everyone's protests, Joan allows her snobby, Ivy League-educated guidance counselor to advise her against applying to college. However, after Joan relays her plans to Roger, an engaging college student on the campus she's visiting, he tells her that college is attainable and persuades her to hire him as a tutor. Meanwhile, Adam becomes jealous of Joan's rapport with Roger; Will sees a dark side of Lucy; Helen questions her commitment to Catholicism, and Beth finds it difficult to resume a relationship with the wheelchair-bound Kevin.
Guest Stars: Mark Totty as Detective Carlisle | Kimberly McCullough as Beth Reinhart | Annie Potts as Lieutenant Lucy Preston | Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Constance Zimmer as Sister Lilly Watters | Jeffrey Licon as Goth Kid (God) | Kevin Rahm as Dana Tuchman | Rene Ashton as Female Motivational Speaker (God) | Jack Merrill as Uniformed Officer | Kimberly McCullough as Beth Reinhart | Annie Potts as Lieutenant Lucy Preston | Mageina Tovah as Glynis Figliola | Constance Zimmer as Sister Lilly Watters | Jeffrey Licon as Goth Kid (God) | Mark Matkevich as Roger | Kevin Rahm as Dana Tuchman | Jane Daly as Janet Tuchman | Yorgo Constantine as Vladimir Karpovich | Rene Ashton as Female Motivational Speaker (God) | Jack Merrill as Uniformed Officer
Director: Gloria Muzio
Writer: Tom Garrigus
Songs: Matt Mays -- Downtown, REM -- Everybody Hurts, Crush -- Excuse, Atlas Plug -- Get Rolled On, Nathan Wiley -- Old Familiar Things, Jaylene Johnson -- Sit Awhile, The Salads -- Today Is Your Lucky Day

37 :02x14 - The Rise & Fall of Joan Girardi

Jan/28/2005
After saving a girl's life Joan suddenly becomes famous but she soon learns fame is fleeting and can even turn against you; Adam has a job interview that doesn't quite go the way he wants; tension builds between Lucy and Will; as Luke prepares to get his drivers license Grace tries to educate him on the harmful impact vehicles have on the enviroment.
Guest Stars: Juliette Goglia as Little Girl (God) | Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Mark Totty as Detective Carlisle | Hilary Duff as Dylan Samuels | Lauren C. Mayhew as Elle | Tyler Kain as Gabby | Veanne Cox as Personable Woman (God) | Cheselka Leigh as Make-Up Lady (God) | Mark Hames as Professional Reporter #1 | Gina St. John as Professional Reporter #2 | Kim Fifield as Indignant Girl | Ron Michaelson as Stage Manager | Micah Williams as Nerdy Kid | Juliette Goglia as Little Girl (God) | Patrick Fabian as Gavin Price | Annie Potts as Lieutenant Lucy Preston | Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Jared Hillman as Brian Beaumont | Hilary Duff as Dylan Samuels | Lauren C. Mayhew as Elle | Tyler Kain as Gabby | Veanne Cox as Personable Woman (God) | Cheselka Leigh as Make-Up Lady (God) | Mark Hames as Professional Reporter #1 | Gina St. John as Professional Reporter #2 | Kim Fifield as Indignant Girl | Ron Michaelson as Stage Manager | Micah Williams as Nerdy Kid
Songs: Nick Nolan -- Everyone Stares, Mary Arden Collins -- Free, Mary Arden Collins -- One More Day, M80 -- Over, Finley Quaye -- Overcome, Marc Cohn -- Walk Through The World, Jaylene Johnson -- Wonder

38 :02x15 - Romancing the Joan

Feb/11/2005
God wants Joan to do an extra credit assignment on Romantic poetry; Adam takes on a perky and cute assistant (special guest star Haylie Duff); Lucy gets a promotion; Helen takes a break from her Catholic studies; Kevin decides to get back into the dating game.
Guest Stars: Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Annie Potts as Lieutenant Lucy Preston | Juliette Goglia as Little Girl (God) | Susan Grace as Mrs. Gross | Mark Matkevich as Roger | Justin Scot as Officer Eicher | Rick Fitts as Paul Brumfield | Michelle L. Gardner as Substitute Teacher (God) | Annie Potts as Lieutenant Lucy Preston | Elaine Hendrix as Ms. Lischak | Susan Grace as Mrs. Gross | Haylie Duff as Stevie Marx | Gil Glasgow as Mr. Ward | Justin Scot as Officer Eicher | Rick Fitts as Paul Brumfield | Michelle L. Gardner as Substitute Teacher (God) | Jordan David as Geek (God) |
Uncredited: Molly Morgan as Stella
Director: Joanna Kerns
Songs: Amel Larrieux -- Bravebird, Absinthe Academy -- Midnight, Liata -- Non Lasciar Costi, Doubting Paris -- Queen of the Radio, Dee -- Shooting Stars, Jon Ray Leslie -- Steel, Solamingus -- The Classics, Carrie Horachek -- Think About It

39 :02x16 - Independence Day

Feb/18/2005
Incensed that Will and Helen have forbidden her to go to a concert with Adam and stay overnight with him in his father's camper, Joan goes anyway. After Joan has a conversation with God about free will, she decides to use it as a rationale for lying to her mother in order to go on the trip as she's convinced that Helen simply wants her to remain a dependent little girl. Meanwhile, Luke is shocked when the nerdy, girl-obsessed Friedman rebuffs the advances of the surprisingly infatuated Stevie.
Guest Stars: Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Jeffrey Licon as Goth Kid (God) | Kathryn Joosten as Old Lady (God) | Riley Smith as Andy Baker | Haylie Duff as Stevie Marx | will.i.am as Three Card Monte Guy (God) | Kevin Chapman as Jim Lane | Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Mark Totty as Detective Carlisle | Jeffrey Licon as Goth Kid (God) | Kathryn Joosten as Old Lady (God) | Riley Smith as Andy Baker | will.i.am as Three Card Monte Guy (God) | Sven Holmberg as T-Shirt Vendor (God) | Kevin Chapman as Jim Lane | James DuMont as George Lane
Director: James Hayman
Songs: Lindy -- Beautifully Undone, David Loring -- Heading Out, Rye -- If It's True, Jesus Alejandro -- Siempre Mi Dices, U2 -- Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own, David Loring -- Too High

41 :02x18 - Secret Service

Mar/04/2005

After Price discovers Joan holding an empty egg carton near his freshly egged car, he wrongly assumes she's the culprit and punishes her with a weekend of community service. Without more direction from God than to rise above the injustice, Joan tries to figure out if she's meant to help a bitter former nun, Lilly, who is overseeing the service project, or one of the social outcasts who are serving as a result of their own offenses. Meanwhile, Joan's also upset that her reluctance to begin a sexual relationship with Adam is driving a wedge between them. In the meantime, Adam meets a troubled artist at the community center; Joan gets Luke a job at the bookstore; Kevin has another car accident.
Guest Stars: Constance Zimmer as Sister Lilly Watters | Patrick Fabian as Gavin Price | Elaine Hendrix as Ms. Lischak | Jeffrey Licon as Goth Kid (God) | Mike Starr as Big Tough Guy (God) | Rolando Molina as Trash Man (God) | Larry Hankin as Homeless Man (God) | Alexis Dziena as Bonnie | Austin Pendleton as Dietrich Steinholz | Constance Zimmer as Sister Lilly Watters | Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Mageina Tovah as Glynis Figliola | Patrick Fabian as Gavin Price | Elaine Hendrix as Ms. Lischak | Mike Starr as Big Tough Guy (God) | Aaron Paul as Denunzio | Austin Pendleton as Dietrich Steinholz
Songs: 2 Minutes Hate -- Alligator, A-Lexx -- Go and Work It, Poxy -- I'm Sick of Being Home, Jeanne French -- Sixteen Tons, Kiddo -- This Could Take Forever, The Trews -- Tired of Waiting

43 :02x20 - Spring Cleaning

Apr/08/2005
In the wake of Joan's difficult breakup with Adam, God tells her to do some therapeutic cleaning, which ends up putting her in the middle of a scandal involving her guidance counselor. As part of Joan's clean sweep, she returns everything Adam ever gave her, which only adds to the awkwardness between them. Meanwhile, when Joan returns some items to Mr. Tuchman that he loaned her, a jealous student with feelings for Tuchman vindictively tells the school authorities that Tuchman initiated intimate relationships with both her and Joan. In the meantime, Kevin considers getting a place of his own.
Guest Stars: Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Constance Zimmer as Sister Lilly Watters | Elaine Hendrix as Ms. Lischak | Patrick Fabian as Gavin Price | David Burke (1) as Father Ken Mallory | Kevin Rahm as Dana Tuchman | Louis Mustillo as Garbage Man (God) | Christie Insley (1) as Ginger | Courtney Hope as Chelsea | Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Elaine Hendrix as Ms. Lischak | Patrick Fabian as Gavin Price | Kevin Rahm as Dana Tuchman | Mike Starr as Big Tough Guy (God) | Mark L. Taylor as Salesman (God) | Craig Welzbacher as Doyle | Christie Insley (1) as Ginger
Writer: Lyla Oliver
Songs: Conscious Pilot -- Breaking In, Ben Arnold -- Deeper Truth, Mary Arden Collins -- Magic Child, Michele Vice -- Misery Agrees With Me, Kris Delmhorst -- Words Fail You, Anna Nalick -- Wreck of the Day

44 :02x21 - Common Thread

Apr/15/2005
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Guest Stars: Kathryn Joosten as Old Lady (God) | David Grammer as Carl Rove | David Marciano as Edmond Dodds | Wentworth Miller as Ryan Hunter | Payton Spencer as Kimberly Dodd | Corinne Reilly as Anne Dodd | Shelly Cole as Punk Girl (God) | Don McManus (1) as Park Ranger (God) | J. Marvin Campbell as Another Park Ranger | Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Kathryn Joosten as Old Lady (God) | David Grammer as Carl Rove | David Marciano as Edmond Dodds | Wentworth Miller as Ryan Hunter | Corinne Reilly as Anne Dodd | Shelly Cole as Punk Girl (God) | Don McManus (1) as Park Ranger (God) | J. Marvin Campbell as Another Park Ranger
Director: Elodie Keene
Songs: Sekiden -- Alexander, Crud -- All Used Up, Mike Corrado -- Get By, Jeremy Fisher -- Let It Shine, Pilate -- Overated, Derek Webb -- Reputation, SIANspheric -- To Myself

45 :02x22 - Something Wicked This Way Comes

Apr/22/2005
God tells Joan that her last two years were just practice for her greatest challenge, which will be to face off against a mysterious man who, though he also talks to God, has a sinister agenda. Initially, Joan is simply curious about Ryan Hunter, the charming, wealthy and influential man who revealed to her that he also speaks to God, and who rescued Adam from the woods during a storm. However, she soon discovers Ryan's dark side and is alarmed that he's insinuated himself into the lives of her loved ones, who are quick to dismiss Joan's qualms about him.
Guest Stars: Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Sprague Grayden as Judith Montgomery | Mageina Tovah as Glynis Figliola | David Burke (1) as Father Ken Mallory | Juliette Goglia as Little Girl (God) | Jeffrey Licon as Goth Kid (God) | Wentworth Miller as Ryan Hunter | Constance Zimmer as Sister Lilly Waters | Sonya Eddy as Female Custodian God | Mark Totty as Detective Carlisle | David Dorfman as Rocky | Aaron Himelstein as Friedman | Sprague Grayden as Judith Montgomery | Mageina Tovah as Glynis Figliola | David Burke (1) as Father Ken Mallory | Juliette Goglia as Little Girl (God) | Jeffrey Licon as Goth Kid (God) | Wentworth Miller as Ryan Hunter | Mark Totty as Detective Carlisle | David Dorfman as Rocky
Writer: Barbara Hall
Songs: Dogwood Moon and Jonathan Grossman -- Butterfly, Dogwood Moon and Jonathan Grossman -- It'll Be Alright, Birdie Busch -- Secret Hour, Maroon 5 -- Sunday Morning, Bruce Springsteen -- Trapped
Network: CBS ( USA)
Type: Scripted
Genres: Drama, Family, Mystery
Status: Canceled/Ended
Airs: Fridays at 08:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 26, 2003
Ended: April 22, 2005
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