[Party of Five]

Season Three Quick Reference Guide

Main Cast
Bailey Salinger
Charlie Salinger
Julia Salinger
Claudia Salinger
Sarah Reeves
Callie Martel [52-67]
      Scott Wolf
Matthew Fox
Neve Campbell
Lacey Chabert
Jennifer Love Hewitt
Alexondra Lee
      DOB: 06/04/68
DOB: 07/14/66
DOB: 10/03/73
DOB: 09/30/82
DOB: 02/21/79
DOB: 1975

Opening Title Sequence

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45 PF-301 8/21/96 8/21/96 [unknown] [161871] summer fun, summer not
The 1995 Golden Globe Award winner returns with romantic complications.

Last season, Charlie and Kirsten's wedding fell apart at the altar. Now, the senior Salinger son and his former fiancée are together again-minus marriage plans. Cupid's arrow is also aimed elsewhere. Julia's brooding ex-flame Griffin is back in town; and Claudia returns from camp with big news: "I met a boy and I fell in love." Meanwhile, Bailey and best pal Will have a disastrous road trip to Mexico.

Kirsten Bennett: Paula Michelle Devicq. Will McCorkle: Scott Grimes. Ellie Bennett: Kathleen Noone. Gina: Alanna Ubach. Byron: Rider Strong. Griffin Holbrook: Jeremy London. Mechanic: Dennis Fimple. Owen Salinger: Andrew and Steven Cavarno.
[48/6.9/12] [44:13]

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46 PF-302 8/28/96 8/28/96 [unknown] [161872] going, going, gone
As Julia promotes personal responsibility, Griffin's life plans seem to focus only on being with her; Kirsten's academic plans leave little time for Charlie; Claudia's beau only has eyes for Julia; and Bailey feels betrayed by Will's friendship with a new college roommate.

Kirsten Bennett: Paula Michelle Devicq. Will McCorkle: Scott Grimes. Byron: Rider Strong. Tucker: Peter Simmons. Griffin Holbrook: Jeremy London. Owen Salinger: Andrew and Steven Cavarno. Mr. Conklin: Dennis Lipscomb.
[34/7.0/12] [44:14]

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47 PF-303 9/04/96 9/04/96 [unknown] [161873] short cuts
A secret revealed blows Kirsten off course just as she embarks on a new job in academia; an accomodating new pal helps Bailey practically breeze through his first days at college; and Justin's frank and revealing school essay takes the wind out of Julia's sails.

Kirsten Bennett: Paula Michelle Devicq. Cooper: Harold Pruett. Dr. Kass: Bruce French. Mr. Shiffer: Alan Wilder. Justin Thompson: Michael Goorjian. Owen Salinger: Andrew and Steven Cavarno. Mr. Wardell: John Towly. Ms. De Luca: Claudette Rodhe. Maureen: Alexandra Horner. Ruthie: Nicolette Tegand.
[56/5.9/9]

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48 PF-304 9/11/96 9/11/96 9/05/96 161874 deal with it
Charlie tries to restore Kirsten's lust for life but her depression continues to intensify, as does Charlie's fear. Meanwhile, things click between Cooper and Julia; Bailey hunts for an apartment, feeling in the way at Cooper's dorm room; and Claudia gets saddled with home-repair tasks.

Kirsten Bennett: Paula Michelle Devicq. Cooper: Harold Pruett. Plumber #1: Jim O'Heir. Plumber #2: Peter Siragusa. Dr. Leto: Norman Parker. Manny: Carlos Lacamara. Callie Martel: Alexondra Lee. Owen Salinger: Andrew and Steven Cavarno. Check Out Guy: Dan Bucatinsky. Ray: Paul Witten. Tom: John Webber. Busboy: Peter James Smith.
[65/6.5/11]

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49 PF-305 9/18/96 9/18/96 [unknown] [161875] mixed signals
Bailey has his hands full with a "never-a-dull-moment" roommate, who's juggling a handful of boyfriends; Charlie intervenes in the personal problems of Claudia's pal Jody, but he may be unable to handle problems closer to home; and Cooper needs a creak from both Julia and Bailey.

Kirsten Bennett: Paula Michelle Devicq. Cooper: Harold Pruett. Jody Lynch: Marla Sokoloff. Professor Tom Digman: Larry Poindexter. Callie Martel: Alexondra Lee. Owen Salinger: Andrew and Steven Cavarno. Secretary: Stacey Katzin. Gary: Tony Sirkin.
[72/6.7/10]

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50 PF-306 9/25/96 9/25/96 9/24/96 [161876] going home
Charlie fears he may lose Kirsten after a confontation with her parents, who arrive with plans to take their daughter home to Chicago. Elsewhere, Bailey and Callie feel like kindred spirits, each with thougts of cutting family ties; and Julia and Sarah can't seem to forget home while out of town on college interviews.

Kirsten Bennett: Paula Michelle Devicq. Ellie Bennett: Kathleen Noone. Gene Bennett: Nicholas Pryor. Emmett: Richard McGonagle. Zoe: Alyson Croft. Professor: Nick Tate. Callie Martel: Alexondra Lee. Owen Salinger: Andrew and Steven Cavarno. Phone Guy: Joe Anthony. Phone Girl: Ali Elk.
[77/6.7/11]

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51 PF-307 10/30/96 10/30/96 10/03/96 161877 personal demons
The Salingers' recent streak of bad luck prompts Claudia to hire an exorcist, which she may later come to regret; Charlie is visited by a handyman who claims to be an old friend of his dad's; Bailey does more than think about the unthinkable with seductive roommate Callie; and Julia doesn't approve of Justin's new romantic interest.

Grace Wilcox: Tamara Taylor. Dr. Blalock: Taylor Negron. Earl: Kenneth Mars. Robin: Lisa Reiffell. Mr. Trimble: Daniel Hagen. Costume Shop Lady: Mary Gillis. Callie Martel: Alexondra Lee. Justin Thompson: Michael Goorjian. Owen Salinger: Andrew and Steven Cavarno. Police Officer: Steven M. Gagnon. Callie's Date: Marc Danon. Rob: Sabastian de Vincente.
[75/7.0/11] [44:03]

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52 PF-308 11/06/96 11/06/96 10/17/96 161878 not so fast
Julia feels encouraged about a future in creative-writing upon a first meeting with a popular Stanford instructor; and Claudia finds renewed enthusiasn for the violin after meeting her mother's talented former colleague. Meanwhile, Sarah kills Bailey with kindness as he srtuggles to be brutally honest with her.

Avery Baltus: James Sloyan. Gary Prescott: Neil Roberts. Strause: Lenny Wolpe. Ross Werkman: Mitchell Anderson. Judge: June Claman. Todd: Matthew Bartilson. Security Guard: Bill Lee Brown. Singing Trio #1: Adam A. Labaud, Jr. Singing Trio #2: Kevin Moss. Singing Trio #3: Bryant Woodert.
[69/7.2/11] [43:52]

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53 PF-309 11/13/96 11/13/96 11/11/96 [161879] gimme shelter
The press paints Charlie as the bad guy when he mishandles an incident with the homeless-and so does Grace; a hired roofer and his brother complicates life around the house for Julia; and Bailey opts for plan C after he's rejected by the hocky team.

Grace Wilcox: Tamara Taylor. Sam Brody: Ben Browder. Alec Brody: Breckin Meyer. Lori: Wendle Josepher. Coach Dawes: Danil Torrpe. Jim Seely: Dean Robinson. Coach Russ Petrocelli: Dan Lauria. Owen Salinger: Andrew and Steven Cavarno. Eddie: Eddie Mui. Jimmy Gilbert: Dennis Tragesser. Waitress: Catherine Dyer. Homeless Woman: Phyllis Ehrlich.
[71/7.1/11] [44:03]

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54 PF-310 11/20/96 11/20/96 11/07/96 161880 close to you
[a.k.a. Friends & Lovers]
Callie becomes increasingly dependent on Bailey after he saves her from a date-rape attempt; Grace and Charlie are repeatedly mistaken for a couple; Julia goes gaga over Sam the contractor; and Claudia's insights become an advice column.

Grace Wilcox: Tamara Taylor. Sam Brody: Ben Browder. Stuart: Ben Savage. Police Woman: Colleen Quinn. Owen Salinger: Andrew and Steven Cavarno. Mr. Olmstead: Clifford David. Guy: David Quane. Marcia: Jackie Mari Roberts.
[78/6.9/11] [43:47]

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55 PF-311 11/27/96 11/27/96 [unknown] [161881] i do
On what would have been his first anniversary with Kirsten, Charlie reluctantly finds himself the best man in family friend Joe's wedding at the restaurant. Meanwhile, romance is the last thing on Bailey's mind as he tries to accommodate Sarah's wishes; Sam loses interest in Julia; and Grace feels awkward as Charlie's date.

Grace Wilcox: Tamara Taylor. Sam Brody: Ben Browder. Franny: Anita Barone. Justice of the Peace: Zoaunne Leroy. Joe Mangus: Tom Mason. Owen Salinger: Andrew and Steven Cavarno. Lewis: Vincent Duvall. Paul: Don Jeffcoat. Singer: Danette Christine.
[73/5.4/9] [44:29]

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56 PF-312 12/11/96 12/11/96 11/21/96 161882 desperate measures
It seems just like old times when Charlie surprises Kirsten with a visit to her family's home in Chicago. But in his absence things go haywire back home-where Claudia is admitted to the hospital, and Sarah is devastated by the truth.

Kirsten Bennett: Paula Michelle Devicq. Sam Brody: Ben Browder. Ellie Bennett: Kathleen Noone. Dr. Aguilar: Rose Portillo. Coach Russ Petrocelli: Dan Lauria. Owen Salinger: Andrew and Steven Cavarno. Nurse: Lenora May.
[63/7.4/12] [43:54]

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57 PF-313 12/18/96 12/18/96 12/12/96 161883 christmas
Claudia and Julia are pleased when Grandpa Jake arrives unexpectedly for Christmas. But recent developments in the romance department knock the holiday spirit right out of Charlie and Bailey.

Grace Wilcox: Tamara Taylor. Stuart: Ben Savage. Pete: Jonathan Hadary. Xander: Ken Magee.
Coach Russ Petrocelli: Dan Lauria. Jacob "Jake" Gordon: Carroll O'Connor. Owen Salinger: Andrew and Steven Cavarno. [60/7.4/12]

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58 PF-314 1/08/97 1/08/97 12/12/96 161884 life's too short
A tragedy involving a fellow classmate gives Julia and Justin pause as they apply for admission to various colleges; an old secret surfaces during Charlie's high-school reunion; and nothing Bailey does seems good enough for Sarah, who can't forgive-or forget-his infidelity.

Grace Wilcox: Tamara Taylor. Sam Brody: Ben Browder. Lori: Jessica Tuck. Aaron: Matthew Ross. T.J: Stan Cahill. Mrs. Dwyer: Joan McMurtrey. Libby Dwyer: Bryn Erin. Justin Thompson: Michael Goorjian. Owen Salinger: Andrew and Steven Cavarno. Miss Baird: Cayce Callaway. Gail: Saadia Persad. Clerk: Ben Rawnsley. Steve: Matthew Sutherland. Guy: Darren Campbell. Minister: Ron Ostrow.
[77/7.2/11]

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59 PF-315 1/15/97 1/15/97 [unknown] [161885] significant others
Bailey throws himself into his wrestling competition-and the after-match drinking celebrations; Grace accepts a date with a politically connected guy who arouses jealousy in Charlie; and Sam becomes more attentive to Julia after encountering his old girlfriend.

Grace Wilcox: Tamara Taylor. Sam Brody: Ben Browder. Michael: Michael Whaley. Karen: Corrine Bohrer. Teddy: Zach Ward. Henry: Billy Morrissette. Coach Russ Petrocelli: Dan Lauria. Owen Salinger: Andrew and Steven Cavarno. Marcia: Jackie Mari Roberts. Abby: Michelle Azar. Jimmy Gilbert: Dennis Tragesser. Eddie: Eddie Mui. Waitress: Audrey Wasilewski. Bar Patron: Duane Matthews.
[67/7.2/11]

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60 PF-316 1/22/97 1/22/97 1/13/97 161886 i declare
Bailey tries to swear off drinking and partying as his academic standing begins to suffer; Julia struggles with second thoughts about college; Charlie and Grace's friendship moves to a more romantic plane; and Claudia's "outing" of a teacher impacts Ross's personal life.

Grace Wilcox: Tamara Taylor. Sam Brody: Ben Browder. Mrs. Huffman: Lela Ivey. Paul Archer: Raphael Sbarge. Professor Conklin: John Pleschette. Mr. Burns: Fred Sanders. Nana: Virginia Capers. Ross Werkman: Mitchell Anderson. Owen Salinger: Andrew and Steven Cavarno. Frank: Jose Felipe Padron. Aaron: J. D. Daniels. Dempsey: Michael Malota. Brooke: Megan Bouchard.
[60/7.0/11]

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61 PF-317 1/29/97 1/29/97 1/16/97 161887 misery loves company
Bailey's drinking comes under scrutiny from friends, including visiting pal Will; Grace's presence shakes things up around the house, while Julia's presence upsets the "quiet little life" Sam had going at his apartment. Meanwhile, Claudia makes a pact with Owen.

Will McCorkle: Scott Grimes. Grace Wilcox: Tamara Taylor. Sam Brody: Ben Browder. Mrs. Huffman: Lela Ivey. Owen Salinger: Andrew and Steven Cavarno. Counter Guy: Walter D. Morris. Fireman: Elliot Woods.
[69/7.3/11]

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62 PF-318 2/05/97 2/05/97 1/30/97 161888 m.y.o.b.
After a disastrous night with Bailey at a club, Sarah compares notes with Julia and discovers she's not the only one worried about him. Meanwhile, Grace feels out of place staying at the Salingers-and shopping in a new neighborhood; and Claudia tries to warm to Grace by volunteering with office work.

Grace Wilcox: Tamara Taylor. Sam Brody: Ben Browder. Elaine: Sharon Mahoney. Owen Salinger: Andrew and Steven Cavarno. Eddie: David Batiste. Lead Singer: Daren Carlson.
[57/7.6/12]

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63 PF-319 2/12/97 2/12/97 2/06/97 161889 point of no return
Bailey's siblings finally realize the enormity of his drinking problem after witnessing his embarassing actions at Owen's birthday party; Grace is unsettled by a surprise visit from her parents, who seem to warm to Charlie; and Julia includes Sam in her travel plans until he lets slip a questionable comment.

Grace Wilcox: Tamara Taylor. Sam Brody: Ben Browder. Avery Baltus: James Sloyan. Martin Wilcox: Clifton Davis. Rose Wilcox: Joan Pringle. Marcus: Matthew Carey. Coco the Clown: Steven M. Porter. Owen Salinger: Andrew and Steven Cavarno. Record Store Clerk: Eric Bruce Scott. Baker: Karen James. Louie: Phil Barney. Crying Boy: Ian Hernandez.
[63/7.7/12]

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64 PF-320 2/19/97 2/19/97 2/13/97 161890 the intervention
Grace and Sarah join the Salingers for a family intervention to confront Bailey about his drinking, but Bailey is so stung by everyone's accusations that he goes on the attack, slinging cruel comments of his own.

Grace Wilcox: Tamara Taylor. Joe Mangus: Tom Mason. Owen Salinger: Andrew and Steven Cavarno. Man at Salingers: Mark Robman.
[44/8.9/14]

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65 PF-321 2/26/97 2/26/97 2/20/97 161891 hitting bottom
An alcoholic Bailey hits rock bottom following the intervention. This time he alienates both Callie and Coach Petrocelli; worries his siblings by disappearing with baby brother Owen; and later gets into a car accident with Sarah.

Avery Baltus: James Sloyan. Arnie Horn: Robert Costanzo. Nursery School Teacher: Cyd Strittmatter. Nurse: Maria Riva. Coach Russ Petrocelli: Dan Lauria. Griffin Holbrook: Jeremy London. Owen Salinger: Andrew and Steven Cavarno. Ref: Jerry Giles.
[41/9.6/15]

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66 PF-322 3/05/97 3/05/97 2/27/97 161892 leap of faith
Bailey's accident serves as a wake-up call to get help, but his anxieties are compounded when he encounters a painful reminder of the past. Meanwhile, Grace's decision to run for city council jeopardizes Charlie's plans for the future; and a cash windfall brings Griffin closer to the estranged father.

Griffin Holbrook: Jeremy London. Grace Wilcox: Tamara Taylor. Marcia: Jackie Mari Roberts. Grace's Colleague: Randy Becker. Arthur: Troy Evans. Craig: Philip Hinch. Major Holbrook: John M. Jackson. Walter Alcott: John Rubinstein. Owen Salinger: Andrew and Steven Cavarno. Alice: Carolyn Hennesy. Dean: Alex Craig Mann. Phone Guy: Steve O'Connor.
[46/8.4/13]

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67 PF-323 3/19/97 3/19/97 3/13/97 161893 promises, promises
Sarah tries to move on by dating another guy, but her efforts to remain supportive for Bailey are met with disapproval from Callie. Elsewhere, Claudia schemes to prove Grace is too selfabsorbed to care about the family; and Griffin voices his concern over Julia slacking off in school.

Grace Wilcox: Tamara Taylor. Marcia: Jackie Mari Roberts. Drew Bishop: Christopher Gartin. Julia's Teacher: William Newman. Griffin Holbrook: Jeremy London. Owen Salinger: Andrew and Steven Cavarno. Photographer: Kevin Maloney.
[47/8.2/13]

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68 PF-324 3/26/97 3/26/97 3/20/97 161894 a little faith
Bailey accompanies Claudia to her concert appearance in L.A.; Charlie learns what makes Grace tick-and what doesn't; and a breakdown on a road trip leads to a welcome opportunity for Griffin, and a preview of what's to come for Julia.

Griffin Holbrook: Jeremy London. Grace Wilcox: Tamara Taylor. Carter: John Doe. Newswoman: Shannon O'Hurley. Conductor: Michael Paul Chan. Franny: Anita Barone. Joe Mangus: Tom Mason. Ross Werkman: Mitchell Anderson. Owen Salinger: Andrew and Steven Cavarno. Room Service Waitress: Lonna Montrose.
[43/7.8/13]

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69 PF-325 4/02/97 4/02/97 3/27/97 161895 you win some, you lose some
The series' third season ends on a positive note: the show has been renewed and its ratings are climbing, thanks to a fiercely loyal, young audience.

What's more, the storylines take a more upbeat turn. According to executive producer Amy Lippman, the finale is much lighter than some of the year's key episodes, and unlike the 1996 season-ender, "there's a wedding." The outing also finds Charlie and Grace wishing things were different between them; Bailey feeling alone when Sarah leaves for vacation; and Griffin stinging from news that Julia may go to Europe with Justin.

Griffin Holbrook: Jeremy London. Grace Wilcox: Tamara Taylor. Marcia: Jackie Mari Roberts. Rose Wilcox: Joan Pringle. Mrs. Reeves: Alyson Reed. Justice of the Peace: Art Metrano. Coach Russ Petrocelli: Dan Lauria. Justin Thompson: Michael Goorjian. Owen Salinger: Andrew and Steven Cavarno. Liz: Kelly Hawthorne.
[31/9.1/15]

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Supporting Cast Birthdays
Owen Salinger       Andrew and Steven Cavarno       DOB: 07/01/92

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