Nataniel 'Nat' Buccigio
Brian Austin Green
Joe E. Tata
Hilary Swank [thru 2197219]
|9/10/97||9/07/97||9/03/97||2197203||Aloha, Beverly Hills|
|In the eighth-season opener, the reality of
living together takes its toll on Kelly and Brandon; Donna asks David to
live with her, but with a stipulation; Steve has a couple of run-ins
with a single mother; friends make a vacation out of Donna's photo shoot
in Hawaii, where Valerie becomes smitten with a professional sailor
who's got her number.
Tracy: Jill Elizabeth Novick. Zach Malloy: Miles Jeffrey. Felice Martin: Katherine Cannon. Dr. Martin: Michael Durrell. Vanessa Markley: Lynne Moody. Fernando Caldero: Juan Fernandez. Marcy: Carrie Stevens. [unknown]: Tom Virtue. Erin: Mercedes Kastner. Eric: Brian Van Holt. Coach: Don Dowe. Bartender: Christopher Liebe. Bellman #1: Ron Desmond. Restaurant Manager: Barry Heins. Gangbanger #1: Andrew Wasser. Assistant Pharmacist: Marie Gutierrez. Bellman #2: Ray Chang. Smitty the Bartender: Laisene Auelua. Hotel Greeter: Greg Chisteckoff. Patron: Nick Edenetti. Keoni: Kehuanani Hunt. MC Announcer: Charley Elencke. Gangbanger #2: Abraham Amedeo. Lead Singer: Brian Reardon.
|205||BH-803||9/17/97||9/14/97||9/08/97||2197204||Forgive and Forget|
|A complete recovery is predicted for Kelly,
and Brandon identifies a suspect; Donna lands another job, and tells her
mother of her plans with David; Steve leads Carly to a job at the Peach
Pit; Noah makes a quick exit after a night with Valerie.
Kara's Flowers: Kara's Flowers. Zach Malloy: Myles Jeffrey. Felice Martin: Katherine Cannon. Jackie Taylor: Ann Gillespie. Det. Woods: Robert Gossett. Dr. Sturla: Daniel Dae Kim. Jane Schulze: Jane Rogers. Charlotte: Jacqueline Campbell. Erin: Mercedes Kastner. ER Doctor: Jason Grant Smith. ER Nurse #1: Gayla Johnson. Nurse #4: Sonya Eddy. Frat Guy: Johnny Green. Paramedic: Paul Terrell Clayton. Delivery Man: Jeffrey Scott Jensen. Gangbanger #2: Abraham Amedeo. ER Nurse #2: Jayme Price.
|206||BH-804||9/24/97||9/21/97||9/16/97||2197205||The Way We Weren't|
|Valerie counsels Brandon, who receives job
offers from two newspapers; Steve makes his first faux pas as a sports
agent; Donna has an on-the-job crisis; Noah takes Kelly on her first
excursion outside the hospital.
Jackie Taylor: Ann Gillespie. Rush Sanders: Jed Allen. Det. Woods: Robert Gossett. Dr. Sturla: Daniel Dae Kim. Jane Schulze: Jane Rogers. [unknown]: Jacqueline Collen. [unknown]: Tamara Clutterbuck. Zaleski: Dean Tarrolly. Nurse: Sonya Eddy. Singer: Robin Swenson.
|Kelly returns to the only home she can recall;
Steve and Brandon secure a production manager the day before deadline;
Donna's fashion designs impress a manufacturer, whose workers toil in
depressing conditions; Valerie learns about someone else in Noah's life;
Steve offers to baby-sit for Carly after she rejects his romantic
Zach Malloy: Myles Jeffrey. [unknown]: Gordon Thomson. Jackie Taylor: Ann Gillespie. Devin: Phil Buckman. Terri Spar: Fatima Lowe. Cooper Hargrove: Christopher Orr. Eluvia: Lucy Vargas. Housemaid: Danielle Aubry. Bandmember #1: James Berg. Bandmember #2: David McCrea. Bandmember #3: Jeff Van Atta. Little Girl: Erika Lopez.
|208||BH-806||10/15/97||10/12/97||10/09/97||2197207||The Right Thing|
|Wealthy Ron Hargrove and pauper Noah have
Valerie in a romantic quandry; Donna and Brandon trace the sweatshop to
someone they know; David has trouble with recording-studio costs and
Devin's racist remarks; Kelly faces a lineup of shooting suspects;
Valerie backstabs while assisting Donna.
Zach Malloy: Myles Jeffrey. Det. Woods: Robert Gossett. Rush Sanders: Jed Allan. [unknown]: Gordon Thomson. Devin: Phil Buckman. Terri Spar: Fatima Lowe. Eluvia: Lucy Vargas. [unknown]: Richard Whiten. [unknown]: Lorna Raver. [unknown]: Jean Carol. Cooper Hargrove: Christopher Orr. Gangbanger #1: Andrew Wasser. Gangbanger #2: Abraham Amedeo. Co-Worker: Marabina James. Bandmember #1: James Berg. Bandmember #2: David McCrea. Bandmember #3: Jeff Van Atta. Receptionist: Sylvia Brooks.
|209||BH-807||10/22/97||10/19/97||10/13/97||2197208||Pride and Prejudice|
|Brandon's overprotection alienates Kelly;
Donna learns she's been stabbed in the back by Valerie, who juggles her
rich man and her poor man on a dinner cruise attended by Steve and
Carly; a record exec makes an offer for David's band, and the group
surprises him with the material they plan for their debut at his
Zach Malloy: Myles Jeffrey. Det. Woods: Robert Gossett. Devin: Phil Buckman. Ari Bauer: Rich Cooper. Doris: Karen Landry. [unknown]: Jane Carr. [unknown]: Zaid Farid. [unknown]: Richard Erdman. Cooper Hargrove: Christopher Orr. Gangbanger #1: Andrew Wasser. Investor: Wylie Small. Bandmember #1: James Berg. Bandmember #2: David McCrea. Bandmember #3: Jeff Van Atta. Orderly: Richard Chacon. Guy: David Tuchman.
|210||BH-808||10/29/97||10/26/97||[unknown]||||Toil and Trouble|
|Kelly and Brandon find ways to put more
excitement in their relationship; Donna is hired to organize a
séance for a widow who's big in the fashion industry; David's
desperate financial troubles take a toll on an unknowning Donna; and
once again, Valerie's men cross paths - and neither enjoys it.
Zach Malloy: Myles Jeffrey. Cooper Hargrove: Christopher Orr. Terri Spar: Fatima Lowe. Jill Abernathy: Rebecca Balding. [Widow]: Edith Varon. Elana: Roxanna Brusso.
|211||BH-809||11/05/97||11/02/97||10/28/97||2197210||Friends, Lovers & Children|
|Kelly and Brandon spot Dylan's little sister
Erica working the streets; Steve is mistaken for Zach's father, and
alleged to be someone else's; David meets with a loan shark, and Donna
learns why; Brandon learns Noah's history after bailing him out of jail
following a bar brawl.
Zach Malloy: Myles Jeffrey. Pam: Nancy Moonves. Erica Steele: Johna Stewart-Bowden. Terri Spar: Fatima Lowe. Jodi: Jessica Collins. Dan: Dirk Blocker. Sands: Robert Torti. Ricky: Jason Fijal. [unknown]: Leonardo Donato. Riggs: Vincent Irizarry. Wally: Erick Weiss. Sales Woman: Dawn Comer. Burly Man: Charley Rossman. Georgie: Tom Finnegan. Margo: Nicole Maringer. Waiter: Dennis Wiley.
|212||BH-810||11/12/97||11/09/97||11/04/97||2197211||Child of the Night|
|After kicking David out, Donna sails with
Noah, who twice rescues David from "a situation" with his creditor;
Brandon writes Erica's story for his paper, but refuses to reveal his
source to the assistant DA, who wants to presecute Erica's pimp; Carly
talks to Jodi about motherhood.
Zach Malloy: Myles Jeffrey. Mel Silver: Matthew Laurance. Erica Steele: Johna Stewart-Bowden. Juli: Neisha Trout. Terri Spar: Fatima Lowe. Jodi: Jessica Collins. Assistant DA: Kimberly Bailey. Sands: Robert Torti. Det. Pate: Daniel Zacapa. Riggs: Vincent Irizarry. Bartender: Troy Harris. Nurse: Lena Pointer.
|Erica proposes a way to help Brandon after
he's arrested; Valerie seeks to learn who bailed out David, who rejects
help from Donna after yet another mishap at his club; Steve queries his
pater about paternity; Kelly volunteers for a new job at the foundation;
Noah starts anew with Donna after coming clean about his finances.
Zach Malloy: Myles Jeffrey. Erica Steele: Johna Stewart-Bowden. Terri Spar: Fatima Lowe. Rush Sanders: Jed Allan. Jodi: Jessica Collins. Sands: Robert Torti. Dr. Monahan: George Del Hoyo. Dan: Dirk Blocker. Det. Pate: Daniel Zacapa. Jill Abernathy: Rebecca Balding. [unknown]: Nancy Linari. [unknown]: Angelo Tiffe. Riggs: Vincent Irizarry. Receptionist: Marina Palmier. Dr. Farr: Randy Kevitz. Waitress: Abby Kirban. Police Officer #1: Don Brunner. Police Officer #2: Lyle Killpatrick. Band Leader: Derek Walkington.
|214||BH-812||12/03/97||11/30/97||11/21/97||2197213||Friend In Deed|
|David takes a job in retail after rejecting
friendly overtures from Noah; Kelly suggests a writer for Brandon's
paper, and questions the professionalism of Monahan; Valerie lobbies
Noah to let her manage After Dark; Steve and Carly search for time alone
Zach Malloy: Myles Jeffrey. Dr. Monahan: George Del Hoyo. Emma Bennett: Angel Boris. Felice Martin: Katherine Cannon. Doris: Karen Landry. Terri Spar: Fatima Lowe. [unknown]: Bill Dearth. [unknown]: Tom Urich. Melissa: Mari Weiss. Nurse: Sha' Bennett. Kid: Stuart Stone. Barker: Stephen Poletti. Band Leader/Singer: Brian Reardon. Bidder #1: D. Paul Thomas. Bidder #2: Dia Dibble.
|Kelly returns to modeling as a favor to Donna,
and calls Monahan on his conduct; David tries to help a troubled
co-worker at his new job; Steve takes the stage on comedy night at After
Dark; Brandon finds Emma almost irresistible; Valerie and David's plan
to create jealousy fails.
Zach Malloy: Myles Jeffrey. Dr. Monahan: George Del Hoyo. Emma Bennett: Angel Boris. Ben: Esteban Powell. Terri Spar: Fatima Lowe. Mrs. Wester: Jennifer Savidge. Wester: Christopher Curry. [unknown]: Gretchen German. Joe: Rainbow Borden. Dougie: Lance Christopher. Bad Comic #1: Tom Fahn. Bad Comic #2: P.B. Hutton. Bad Comic #3: David Raibon.
|An administrator asks Kelly to give a speech
praising Monahan at a fund-raiser; Donna reacts to Noah's lack of
Christmas spirit; Zach questions the existence of Santa Claus; David
helps as Ben delivers gifts to his parents; Emma gives Brandon a
Zach Malloy: Myles Jeffrey. Dr. Monahan: George Del Hoyo. Emma Bennett: Angel Boris. Ben: Esteban Powell. Terri Spar: Fatima Lowe. Mrs. Wester: Jennifer Savidge. Wester: Christopher Curry. Audrey Cutler: Pat Crowley. Nina Monaham: Carolyn Clark. Billy: Logan Pulizzi. Henry Aniston: John Rixey Moore.
|217||BH-815||1/07/98||1/04/98||12/17/97||2197216||Ready or Not|
|Carly and Zach temporarily move in with Donna;
Monahan confronts Kelly about her charge against him; David admits to
Donna that his relationship with Valerie is a farce, but that changes;
Emma puts increasing pressure on Brandon; Valerie warns a bookmaker away
from After Dark, until he offers her a cut.
Duke: John Prosky. Zach Malloy: Myles Jeffrey. Dr. Monahan: George Del Hoyo. Emma Bennett: Angel Boris. Janet Sosna: Lindsay Price. Robert Gwinnet: Robert Curtis Brown. Himself: Brian McKnight. Audrey Cutler: Pat Crowley. Jeannie: Marina Palmier. Boss: Michael J. Kacey. Waiter: Craig Strong. Partygoer #1: Chuck Allred. Lead Singer: Larry Antonino.
|David tries to make amends after his first
music review gets the artist fired; Valerie ignores Noah's decree to
halt the sports betting at the club; Steve suffers after he and Brandon
try to assess Kelly's potential reaction if Brandon comes clean about
Emma; Carly loses Zach in a shopping mall.
Special Musical Guest: Jamie Blake. Duke: John Prosky. Zach Malloy: Myles Jeffrey. Emma Bennett: Angel Boris. Janet Sosna: Lindsay Price. Lady Shopper: Pamela Shafer. Jack: Craig Irwin. Customer: Ron Terry. Magician: Charlie Mount. Store Owner: Sam Clay. Male Shopper: Jim Meskimen.
|219||BH-817||1/21/98||1/18/98||1/12/98||2197218||The Elephant's Father|
|Two new workers start at the clinic with
Kelly, who tries to help a spousal-abuse victim; the sudden illness of
Carly's father has her and Zach packing for Montana; David hangs out
with an up-and-coming band to do an inside story; Valerie does her best
to keep Kelly and Brandon apart.
Zach Malloy: Myles Jeffrey. Jeff Stockmann: Michael Reilly Burke. Dr. Martin: Michael Durrell. Janet Sosna: Lindsay Price. [unknown]: Christopher Daniel Barnes. Jasper: Paul Popowich. Mark: Eddie Ebell. [unknown]: Christopher Thomas. Leah: J. Robin Miller. [unknown]: Terry Cain. Delivery Guy: Eddie Mui.
|David is in the middle after band keyboardist
Mark blames his drunken-driving accident on bar owner Noah; a spoiled
child model spells trouble for Donna; Steve inadvertently prompts a frat
brother's fiancée to call off the wedding; Kelly counsels a teen who
contracted an STD outside of her relationship.
Jeff Stockmann: Michael Reilly Burke. Janet Sosna: Lindsay Price. Kim: Jennifer Hetrick. Robert Gwinnet: Robert Curtis Brown. Jasper: Paul Popowich. Mark: Eddie Ebell. [Child Model]: Danielle Wiener. Kristi: Christie Lynn Smith. Harry: David Andriole. Ellen: Ashley Rose Davis. Tim: Paul Dimitropoulos.
|221||BH-819||2/04/98||2/01/98||1/27/98||2197220||Crimes and Misdemeanors|
|Despite meeting Noah, Donna's hospitalized
grandmother says Donna's fated mate is David, who moves out of Valerie's
room; Kelly alerts Brandon to a potential story about an ex-con; Steve
coaxes Brandon into a double date.
Celia Martin: June Lockhart. Jeff Stockmann: Michael Reilly Burke. Dr. Martin: Michael Durrell. Felice Martin: Katherine Cannon. Janet Sosna: Lindsay Price. Andrew Turner: Richard Joseph Paul. Jasper: Paul Popowich. Madeline: Josie Davis. Libby: Carrie Gunzel. [unknown]: Samaria Graham. Dr. Brisco: Leslie Ishii.
|While Kelly agrees to Jeff's Valentine's Day
plans, Steve and Brandon get blind dates---but Brandon gets hung up on
the phone. Meanwhile, the arrival of his half brother brings big trouble
to Noah; Donna and David feel guilty about spending innocent time
together, and worse when they're caught.
Josh Hunter: Michael Trucco. Jeff Stockmann: Michael Reilly Burke. Janet Sosna: Lindsay Price. Officer: Shawn Batten. Holly: Jill Pierce. Stephanie: Nikki Schieler Ziering. [unknown]: Kim Oja. Woman Doctor: Shelby Leverington. Paramedic: Wiley Pickett. Mrs. Hazelton: Barbara "Babs" London. Lead Singer: Adam Jackson. Singer: Morty Coyle.
|223||BH-821||2/25/98||2/22/98||2/10/98||2197222||The Girl Who Cried Wolf|
|Noah tells Donna his side of what happened
with Valerie, while Val's story finds few believers--and splits some
friends apart. Elsewhere, Josh gives Donna something to counteract the
effects of her pain pills; and Steve and Brandon ride along on patrol
with Tammy and her partner, Glen.
Josh Hunter: Michael Trucco. Janet Sosna: Lindsay Price. Glen: Michael Tomlinson. Robert Gwinnet: Robert Curtis Brown. Jasper: Paul Popowich. Tammy Hanson: Shawn Batten. Mr. Remmington: D.C. Douglas. [unknown]: Aaron Seville. Danielle: Nicole Freeman. Female Detective: Marie Capitti. Louie: Toby Holguin.
|224||BH-822||3/04/98||3/01/98||2/18/98||2197223||Law and Disorder|
|In the civil trial, Noah's attorney makes good
use of Valerie's past schemes, but testimony from Noah's brother may
counteract the effect; Donna combats work pressures with more pills and
plagiarism; a record exec wants David, but not Jasper.
Josh Hunter: Michael Trucco. Janet Sosna: Lindsay Price. Harold Kay: Robert Pine. Dr. Martin: Michael Durrell. Robert Gwinnet: Robert Curtis Brown. Jasper: Paul Popowich. Karen Evans: Season Hubley. Frank Saunders: Yorgo Constantine. [unknown]: Joel Polis. Danielle: Nicole Freeman. Messenger: Ron Robinson. Bailiff: Karen Stone. Jury Foreman: Tom Huse.
|Kelly cares for a newborn left at the clinic
by a teen mother; Steve falls for a woman when he reads her letters
addressed to someone else; in an interview with Brandon, Jasper suggests
David's gains are ill-gotten; Valerie struggles to get past her incident
with Noah; and Donna suffers after she comes clean with her father and
Janet Sosna: Lindsay Price. Dr. Martin: Michael Durrell. Robert Gwinnet: Robert Curtis Brown. Jasper: Paul Popowich. Jill Reiter: Nicole Forester. Leanne: Jessica Alba. Judy: Wendy Schenker. Denise Lowery: Nancy Moonves. Frank Saunders: Yorgo Constantine. [unknown]: Tracy Grant. Manny: Eric Paskel. ER Doctor: Betsy Baldwin. Paramedic #1: David Taavon. Barbara: Rosie Malek-Yonan. Paramedic #2: Stephen Robert. Mother: Marlene Mitsuko Yamane. Nurse #2: Todd Howk. Becky: Lisa Ristorucci.
|226||BH-824||3/18/98||3/15/98||3/09/98||2197225||The Nature of Nurture|
|Kelly objects when the abandoned baby is
placed with a gay couple; Steve and Brandon split on running cigarette
ads; Noah finances Donna's marketing of her own line of designs;
Valerie's mother visits; and Kelly's father is freed.
Abby Malone: Michelle Phillips. Janet Sosna: Lindsay Price. Bill Taylor: John Reilly. Jill Reiter: Nicole Forester. Leanne: Jessica Alba. Judy: Wendy Schenker. Pam Ahern: Nancy Moonves. Kyle Vossler: Ben Lemon. Gene Crane: Geoffrey Lower. Woody Sloan: David Glen Eisley. Sally: Lisa Deanne. [unknown]: Mario Machado. Dean Shaver: Chris Ufland. Beatie Pompa: Jennifer Ruiz. Waitress: Crystal Michelle Blake.
|227||BH-825||3/25/98||3/22/98||3/17/98||2197226||Aunt Bea's Pickles|
|Val and Kel find common ground--against their
parents; Brandon interviews for a job at a major daily newspaper and is
hired--but there's a catch; Steve reluctantly introduces Jill to Ted;
Noah goes too far in helping Donna.
Abby Malone: Michelle Phillips. Janet Sosna: Lindsay Price. Bill Taylor: John Reilly. Jill Reiter: Nicole Forester. Jamie Stanley: Karen Fineman. Donald Tucker: Bob Kirsh. Ted Slafsky: Paul Kersey. Brian Carter: Ric Coy. Woman Journalist: Cynthia Graham. Male Journalist: Paul Ivy. Female Shopper: Mary Thornton. Saleswoman: Heather Herion.
|228||BH-826||4/01/98||3/29/98||3/23/98||2197227||All That Glitters|
|A prize-winning journalist wants to
collaborate with Brandon; Valerie creates problems over Noah's
expensive-looking gifts to Donna, and hooks David up with a hot
filmmaker; Kelly assists a mentally challenged man who's working at the
clinic; Steve finds fault with Jill.
Adam Myers: Chris Demetral. Janet Sosna: Lindsay Price. Jill Reiter: Nicole Forester. Peter Raitt: Jesse Dabson. Lyle Scott: Dex Sanders. Frank Foskarino: Carl Strano. Patricia Myers: Shanna Reed. Barbara: Rosie Malek-Yonan. Greg Redborn: John Wheeler.
|Image seems to be everything at the gang's
five-year high-school reunion, where Valerie creates new personas for
herself and David, while Andrea Zuckerman tries to hang on to her old
one; Steve gets comeuppance for a past blunder, then makes new ones with
date Janet; and Valerie makes a former football hero fumble.
Andrea Zuckermann: Gabrielle Carteris. Janet Sosna: Lindsay Price. Michelle Ashley: Hilary Matthews. Ross Webber: Dean Cochran. Rhonda Mogley: Stephanie Dicker. April Most: Wendi Tabor. Committee #1: Cat Tabor. Photographer: André Carthen. Joey: Terrell Ferguson. Bernie Torgov: Larry Sullivan, Jr. Al: J.C. Murad. Jeff Pike: J. Keith van Straaten. Fay: Shevonne Durkin. Millie: Constance Zimmer. Committee #2: Michelle Noh. Becky: Tricia Cruz. Lead Singer: Brian Reardon. Band Member: Jeff Babko.
|Kelly protests Brandon's research on the
opening of a sex shop in Beverly Hills; his participation in a bachelor
party for high-school pal Muntz; and physical-image concerns of her
mother and sister. Meanwhile, Donna learns a friend has a psychological
problem; Steve has second thoughts about Janet after learning her
attitude about sex.
Janet Sosna: Lindsay Price. Muntz: Ryan Thomas Brown. Monica: Jode Leigh Edwards. Jackie Taylor: Ann Gillespie. Erin: Mercedes Kastner. Joe: Christopher Maleki. Jerry Eckersley: Randy Crowder. Ricki: Andrea Abenoza. Picketer: Lauren Gould. Stripper: Nikki Fritz.
|Valerie is a match to be a bone-marrow donor;
David is robbed at gunpoint at an ATM; a childhood friend visits Noah;
Kelly continues to be suspicious of Brandon; Steve and Brandon screen
applicants for an assistant position at the paper.
Janet Sosna: Lindsay Price. Gwynneth: Sarah Aldrich. Judy: Lisa Ann Morrison. Sarah Edmonds: Brandi Andres. Mark: Christopher J. Leman. Tom Stahl: Carmen Mormino. Mugger: Jeffrey Buehl. Counselor: Renée Altieri. Gun Salesman: Peter Lovett. Mitch: Philip Boyd. Nurse: Allana Foster. ATM Customer: Carlos G. Sanchez. Male Nurse: Peter McDonald. Belinda: Elisabeth Granli. Little Boy: Jake Sakson.
|232||BH-830||5/13/98||5/10/98||4/28/98||2197231||The Fundamental Things Apply|
|Brandon and Kelly try to help a Bosnian
refugee find his wife; Donna puts on a fashion show; Gwynneth takes a
page from Valerie's book after admitting feelings for Noah; Steve learns
Sarah is married; David is stiffed by a jingle client, and breaks up
with Valerie, who rebounds with a dangerous one-night stand.
Janet Sosna: Lindsay Price. Gwynneth: Sarah Aldrich. Sarah Edmonds: Brandi Andres. Johnny Edmunds: Spencer Rochfort. Gil Gessner: Jeff Griggs. Alex Vaselic: Kristof Konrad. Mia: Chuti Tiu. Nurse Barbara: Rosie Malek-Yonan. Katya Vaselic: Aleksandra Kaniak. Young Woman: Noelle Becher.
|While Kelly and Brandon prepare to head to the
altar in the season finale, friends have their own personal jitters
starting with Valerie, who stubbornly resists David's urging to take an
AIDS test after she confesses her risky one-night stand with a heroin
user. Meanwhile, Donna is disappointed to learn that Noah disdains the
institution of marriage for himself. But later her spirits are
lifted--and her life literally saved--by the wedding's caterer. And
Steve frets that the passion he shares with Sarah will be undone after
she attends a counseling session with her estranged husband.
Part One Cast:
Janet Sosna: Lindsay Price. Jackie Taylor: Ann Gillespie. Bill Taylor: John Reilly. Sarah Edmonds: Brandi Andres. Jacob Wallenfels: Neil Roberts. Johnny Edmunds: Spencer Rochfort. Reverend Mitchell: James Karen. [unknown]: Drew Bongianni. Receptionist #1: Jennifer Tung. Arthur: Steve Moloney. Jeweler: Jayson Creek. Worker #1: Bryan Anthony.
Part Two Cast:
Janet Sosna: Lindsay Price. Jackie Taylor: Ann Gillespie. Cindy Walsh: Carol Potter. Bill Taylor: John Reilly. Mel Silver: Matthew Laurance. Sarah Edmonds: Brandi Andres. Jacob Wallenfels: Neil Roberts. Reverend Mitchell: James Karen. Muntz: Ryan Thomas Brown. Joan: Julie Parrish. [unknown]: Patricia Delany. Erin: Mercedes Kastner. Jim Walsh: James Eckhouse. Mitch: Philip Boyd. Julie: Andrea Taylor. Jeweler: Jayson Creek. Dr. Clarkson: Robert Rigamonti. Nurse #1: David Herndon-White. Tim: Jim Vellequette. Receptionist #2: Tara Yvette Thomas. Matt Coleson: Michael Hornaday. Lead Singer: Michael Bondies. Band Member: Bruce Atkinson.
NOTE: This is the first time that I know of where the satellite uplink of a two-hour episode has been done as two separate episodes. Normally the uplink is the same as what is aired by FOX, a combined episode with only one opening and closing credits. These two episodes were uplinked with their own set of credits, hence the separate cast lists. The satellite slate did say that it was the syndicated master.
The Master Date listed for episode 2197217 is as listed. Whoever changed the date for the slate forgot to change the year.
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The television universe is estimated at 98.0 million homes. One rating point is equal to 980,000 TV homes. A share is the percentage of TVs that are turned on that are tuned to the program.
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