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Ronnie Garrett (Character)
from "October Road" (2007)

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October Road: :  -- Clip: Going Home, pre - :31
October Road: :  -- Clip: Characters, pre
October Road: :  -- Bonus Clip: Cast, pre - :57
October Road: :  -- Bonus Clip: The alpaca & the coyote, (Deleted Scene) pre - 1:53
October Road: :  -- Bonus Clip: Preview Season 2, pre - :44

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Alternate Names:
Ronnie / Young Ronnie

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  1. "October Road"
        - As Soon as You Are Able (2008) TV episode, Played by Jonathan Murphy (as Ronnie)
        - The Fine Art of Surfacing (2008) TV episode, Played by Jonathan Murphy (as Ronnie)
        - Stand Alone by Me (2008) TV episode, Played by Jonathan Murphy
        - Hat? No Hat? (2008) TV episode, Played by Jonathan Murphy
        - We Lived Like Giants (2008) TV episode, Played by Jonathan Murphy (as Ronnie)
          (12 more)

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Quotes:
From "October Road: The Pros and Cons of Upsetting the Applecart (#1.2)" (2007)
Nick Garrett: Hey.
[Holds up a framed picture he just found in a box of his old things]
Ronnie: You and Ma.
Nick Garrett: Yeah.
Ronnie: She'da got a kick outta all the fanciness you got going on.
Nick Garrett: I don't know. I think she mighta been creased for me stayin' away ten years.
Ronnie: But your back now. Where you belong. That's all that counts. It's how you close the game, not the score at half-time.
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