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Jeff Woodcock (Character)
from "'Til Death" (2006)

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'Til Death: Season 4: Episode 34 -- Eddie's book finally gets published but on the day of his book signing, Ally goes into labor and everyone shows up to welcome the new addition to the family. Meanwhile, Eddie gives Doug fatherhood tips and Ally apologizes to Joy for being a terrible daughter.

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Jeff Woodcock is Eddie's neighbor on Til' Death. His Wife is Steph Woodcock. See more »


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  1. "'Til Death"
        - Secret Meatball (2008) TV episode, Played by Eddie Kaye Thomas
        - Philadelphia Freedom (2008) TV episode, Played by Eddie Kaye Thomas
        - Raisinette in the Sun (2008) TV episode, Played by Eddie Kaye Thomas
        - Swimming with the Starks (2008) TV episode, Played by Eddie Kaye Thomas
        - Second Marriage Guy (2008) TV episode, Played by Eddie Kaye Thomas
          (34 more)

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From "'Til Death: I Heart Woodcocks (#1.18)" (2007)
[last lines]
Jeff Woodcock: [entering] Hey man!
Eddie Stark: Hey.
Jeff Woodcock: Do you want me to scratch your back?
Eddie Stark: Double-claw me but don't tell anyone.
Jeff Woodcock: [scratching Eddie's back] Hey how about you do me after?
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