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Joe Mangus (Character)
from "Party of Five" (1994)

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  1. "Party of Five"
        - All's Well... (2000) TV episode, Played by Tom Mason
        - Blast from the Past (2000) TV episode, Played by Tom Mason
        - What If... (2000) TV episode, Played by Tom Mason
        - The Declaration of Co-Dependence (2000) TV episode, Played by Tom Mason
        - Bad Behavior (2000) TV episode, Played by Tom Mason
          (19 more)

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From "Party of Five: The Intervention (#3.20)" (1997)
Joe Mangus: Bailey, your father was an alcoholic... just like you. Belive me, I was there. I've known him all my life. He was sober for 18 years before he died. But for many years before that, years...
Bailey Salinger: Bull! That's a load of crap! I don't believe you! I thought that you couldn't get any lower then what they did. Lying about Owen. Saying he was hurt to get me to come over here, but you... you son of a bitch!
Joe Mangus: Come on, Bailey.
Bailey Salinger: What do you think? You think that just because he's dead you can say anything you want about him?
Joe Mangus: He'd want you to know if he were alive right now. He'd want me to tell you.
Bailey Salinger: My father was not an alcoholic! I am NOT an alcoholic! Get out of here, Joe. Get the hell out of here! I don't need to listen to this!
[to Charlie]
Bailey Salinger: Have you heard this load of crap? Have you? Or, hey this was probally your genius idea, right? Let's get Joe to say that Dad... Nick Salinger, was a drunk and then maybe...
Charlie Salinger: Joe... is that true?
Julia Salinger: [as Joe nods] I don't believe it.
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