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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Moving In, Moving Out, Moving On

11 May 1991
Winekta, Illinois. One year after the death of their father from a long battle with cancer, the four very different sisters of the Reed family try to put aside their personal differences and help their widowed, alcoholic mother, Beatrice, sell her house. Alex, the eldest of the sisters, is a wealthy and snobbish, WASP wife of Wade Halsey, a plastic surgeon, with a teenage daughter, Reed, and is too self-involved with her perfect life to notice anything else, until she's forced to bail out her own mother from jail when she's arrested for drunk driving. Georgie is a real estate agent who takes over as the matriarch of the family to support it and her two sons, Trevor and Evan, when her flaky, unemployed husband, John Whitsig, confides himself to their house and singing karaoke in his bathrobe after suffering a nervous breakdown since losing his job. Teddy, the second oldest of the sisters, is a free-spirited drifter and artist who arrives in town after years of living on the road with her teenage daughter Cat and tries to win back her ex-husband Mitch Margolis, a fish store owner, whom is now romantically involved with the youngest sister Frankie, an ambitious marketing analyst living in nearby Chicago.

Season 1, Episode 2: 80%

18 May 1991
Alex, on the eve of her 15th wedding anniversary party with Wade, realizes that her idyllic marriage may be falling apart when she finds out that he is a cross dresser. Meanwhile, Teddy continues to try to win back her ex-husband Mitch, who will not give in to her pleads for a renewed commitment.

Season 1, Episode 3: A Thousand Sprinkles

25 May 1991
Teddy looking for work, asks Frankie to give her a job at her office as an intern, which only heats up tensions between them over Teddy's continuing ploy to win back Mitch, and Frankie trying to steal the affection of Cat by giving her expensive gifts. Meanwhile, Alex and Wade join a counsel group for cross-dressing husbands much to his anger when he feels that their marital problems be kept private. Georgie tries to find psychiatric help for John while he continues to sulk around the house and sing to himself. Elsewhere, Beatrice meets Judge Truman Ventner after she is indited for drunk driving and shortly afterward, beings a relationship with him.

Season 1, Episode 4: Devoted Husband, Loving Father

1 June 1991
Frankie, probing into their dead father's past, finds some disturbing secrets she never knew which hints of an extra marital affair he had with one of Beatrice's friends. Meanwhile, Georgie wrestles with temptation when she considers romance with an old college boyfriend when he comes into town, while John decides to peruse a singing career.

Season 1, Episode 5: Of Mice and Women

8 June 1991
Georgie, trying to get a raise and a promotion at the reality office, invites her boss over at her house for dinner, which nearly turns disastrous due to Trevor and Evan's problems, and everyone else crashing the event to dump their problems on Georgie. Meanwhile, Alex begins to realize that her financial situation is more in trouble then she thought when all her credit cards are rejected, and she meets a repo man who repossesses her car for non-payments, and at this point, she finally realizes that Wade had invested all of their wealth in a stock that failed. Mitch phones a party-line where he confides his problems about his problems with Frankie, unaware that it is Teddy, now employed as a phone operator. Also, John hires a film crew to rent out the house to record his songs for a cable TV commercial.

Season 1, Episode 6: Deja Vu All Over Again

15 June 1991
Frankie and Mitch announce their engagement to everyone and decide to get married quickly, and Alex is more than happy to hold the wedding at her house. But Teddy is the only one not happy, and after falling off the wagon, she crashes the exchange of vows with a shotgun she stole from Alex and gives the new meaning to the term: "shotgun wedding. While the family members talk to the camera about Frankie and Mitch, Alex gets stuck with some unexpected bills after Wade skips town to escape from bill collectors.

Season 1, Episode 7: Some Tuesday in July

20 June 1991
With Cat angry and alienated at her for falling of the wagon, Teddy decides that Cat is better off living with Mitch while she thinks about leaving town again. Alex tries to get Reed the lead part in her high school play of 'Romeo and Juliet' despite the fact that Reed cannot act and cannot remember her lines. Meanwhile, Georgie's youngest son Evan, is hospitalized for leukemia. The grim turn of events begin to push Georgie to her breaking point, but it also brings John to his senses when he finally sees the seriousness of his life which brings him out of his near-catatonic state to take a job offer and give support to his family again.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: One to Grow On

21 September 1991
Two months later. Georgie and the other sisters plan a blockbuster 10th birthday party for Evan on his return home from the hospital. Meanwhile, Frankie must decide whether to come to Evan's party or go to Japan to meet with an important client. Teddy's continued drinking moves her further away from the others. Also, John realizes that he has a fan base when sales for his show tunes surprisingly skyrocket which dozens of fans camp, making up of middle-aged men in bathrobes, camp out on the lawn of his house.

Season 2, Episode 2: The Picture of Perfection

28 September 1991
John continues to receive orders for his vocal tape while he tries to help Mitch with his finances. Mitch needs $25,000 to keep his fish market open. Georgie suggests that he borrow the money from Frankie, but Mitch disagrees. As luck would have it, Teddy meets Hank Seawell, a prestigious photographer whose pictures of the homeless she once tried to paint. Seawell has been hired by Alex to take photos of her and Wade. At Teddy's suggestion, Alex decides to spend more quality time with Wade and gets tickets to an interactive theater show. One of the stars of the show, Tiffany Blue, happens to be having an affair with Wade. Finally, Mitch reluctantly forms a financial partnership with Frankie to save his fish market. When they go to City Hall to file the partnership papers, they decide to get married instead.

Season 2, Episode 3: Strikes and Spares

5 October 1991
Tiffany tries to persuade Wade to have a hit man kill Alex before she caries out the perfect divorce. Meanwhile, Georgie must decide whether to go to a bowling tournament with her co-workers from the real estate office or to care for the invalid Evan. Frankie and Mitch must decide how to tell the family of their marriage. Also, Teddy makes a startling discovery about herself, while her relationship with Hank heats up.

Season 2, Episode 4: Living Arrangements

12 October 1991
Teddy, Mitch and Frankie join forces to look for Cat after she runs away at the thought of living with Frankie and Mitch. Alex, now living on her own, decides to be like Teddy and take a walk on the wild side. Meanwhile, Teddy cannot bring herself to tell the family of her pregnancy (nor that Mitch may be the father) and considers an abortion.

Swoosie Kurtz ... Alex Reed

Patricia Kalember ... Georgie Reed Whitsig

Julianne Phillips ... Francesca 'Frankie' Reed Margolis

Sela Ward ... Teddy Reed

Elizabeth Hoffman ... Beatrice 'Bea' Reed Ventnor

Garrett M. Brown ... John Whitsig (credit only)

Ed Marinaro ... Mitch Margolis

Greg Collins ... Joe the Trucker

Patricia Gaul ... Dr. Diane Bromfman

Kathryn Graf ... Officer McGrath

Josh Lozoff ... Teenage Mitch
Vincent Lucchesi ... Officer Phelps
Sharon Martin ... Teenage Alex

Heather McAdam ... Catherine 'Cat' Margolis
Jill Novick ... Teenage Teddy
Riff Regan ... Young Georgie
Tasia Schutt ... Little Frankie

Gregory White ... Bob

Season 2, Episode 5: A Kiss Is Still a Kiss

19 October 1991
Alex attends her 20-year high school reunion where she finds love when an old beau from the 1970s pays her a visit. Truman asks Beatrice to spend the weekend with him. Meanwhile, John tries to convince Georgie to take the weekend off so they can spend a romantic time alone. Also, Teddy, Mitch, and Frankie worry if Cat may be having thoughts about sex.

Season 2, Episode 6: Freedom's Just Another Word

2 November 1991
Nude photographs of Teddy taken by Hank and shown at his art exhibit hosted by Alex, forces the mayor to close it down and it lands Teddy in jail when she assaults a police officer. Alex asks her plumber Victor, to be her escort for the exhibit just to make Wade jealous when he brings his date as well. Meanwhile, John is fit to even the score with two radio show DJs that humiliate him during an interview on-the-air.

Season 2, Episode 7: The Family Way

9 November 1991
Teddy tells the family members a slightly different version of how she became pregnant. Before leaving town, Hank tries to convince Teddy to tell Mitch the truth about her pregnancy. Meanwhile, Truman sweeps Beatrice off her feet and Alex finds out about her mother's newfound romance while deciding to peruse a career as an interior decorator. Georgie and John's other son, Trevor, causes problems for them when he becomes rebellious resulting from frustration at being neglected when they continue to give all their attention to the sickly Evan.

Season 2, Episode 8: The Kindness of Stranglers

16 November 1991
Alex, getting no help from a computer dating service, decides that Victor is the perfect choice to fit the bill despite that fact that they both come from very different backgrounds. While Mitch is out of town with Cat, his overbearing and meddlesome mother, Naomi, pays an unexpected and unwelcome visit to Frankie at her loft. But they soon discover that they have a lot in common. Georgie and John's cranky neighbor, Mr. Ratner, causes problems for them over property rights, and Georgie eventually discovers the real deep-rooted reason for Mr. Ratner's unhappiness.

Season 2, Episode 9: Georgie Through the Looking Glass

23 November 1991
On Thanksgiving, Georgie visits the old Reed home where she grew up and mysteriously is transported back in time where she views one particular Thanksgiving that put a change on her life. Back at the Wistig house, John and the others wait impatiently for Evans health tests to say if he will live or not. Meanwhile, Reed returns from a six-month trip to France transformed into a rebellious activist and causes problems for both Alex and Wade over her newfound personality.

Season 2, Episode 10: Two Steps Forward, Three Steps Back

14 December 1991
While trying to keep her window decoration job, Teddy has a miscarriage that is an emotional setback for her. Alex discovers that Reed has her own reasons why she wants to enter with her in the annual Mother/Daughter costume pageant, that Reed wants to use the first prize money to return to France since learning that her parents are now divorced. Meanwhile, Frankie can't decide whether or not to complain of an annoying office Lothario who makes unwanted sexual passes at her because he is her ticket to becoming corporate vice president of the firm.

Season 2, Episode 11: Eggnog

21 December 1991
On Christmas Eve, Georgie attempts to bring the family together by holding a Christmas party at her house. Alex, lonely and frustrated that Reed is out of town visiting Wade, plans to go on a vacation to Mexico with Victor who also confides in Alex about his lonely childhood. The jealousy between Frankie and Mitch reaches physical proportions due to his attention to Teddy over her recent miscarriage. But things change when contaminated eggnog makes Alex, Frankie, Mitch, John, Victor, and Georgie herself sick which ruins Georgie's attempt at a Christmas cheer. Meanwhile, Teddy receives a emotional boost when she begins having conversations with the ghost of Charles Dickens over what to do with her life. Also, Trevor, Evan, and Cat rent horror movies with a Christmas theme to ease their boredom over everything that's happening around them.

Season 2, Episode 12: Good Help Is Hard to Find

11 January 1992
Georgie defends an HIV-infected teacher who is facing dismissal from Evan's school despite the fact that it makes her an outcast of the predominantly conservative neighborhood. Alex tries to stop her Guatemalan maid from being deported. Meanwhile, Frankie reluctantly helps Mitch and Teddy sort out their long overdue income tax bills from the business to the fish store from when they were married.

Swoosie Kurtz ... Alex Reed

Patricia Kalember ... Georgie Reed Whitsig

Julianne Phillips ... Francesca 'Frankie' Reed Margolis

Sela Ward ... Teddy Reed

Elizabeth Hoffman ... Beatrice 'Bea' Reed Ventnor (credit only)

Garrett M. Brown ... John Whitsig

Ed Marinaro ... Mitch Margolis
Dustin Berkovitz ... Evan Whitsig
Gloria Charles ... Mrs. Willis

Paul Eiding ... Chairman
Fran Harrison ... Mrs. Wasserman
Jon Huffman ... Mr. Latimer

Ashley Judd ... Reed Halsey

Heather McAdam ... Catherine 'Cat' Margolis

Shelley Morrison ... Juanita

Bruce Newbold ... Teacher
Jill Novick ... Teenage Teddy

Raymond O'Connor ... I.N.S. Officer
Constance Pfeifer ... Ms. Olmsted
Riff Regan ... Young Georgie

Jennifer Savidge ... Marissa Stone

Raphael Sbarge ... Jim Atwater
Tasia Schutt ... Little Frankie

Season 2, Episode 13: Troubled Waters

18 January 1992
Both Victor and Wade vie for the attention of Alex, who is faced with going to two different events on the same with night with them. Meanwhile, Mitch tries to get the workaholic Frankie away from the office to go on a fishing trip with him. Also, Teddy has trouble deciding what car she wants to buy for herself.

Season 2, Episode 14: Working Girls

25 January 1992
Frankie finds herself in a bind when the man who helped her achieve corporate vice president (from episode 'Two Steps Forward, Three Steps Back') is accused of sexual harassment of another woman at the office. After losing her window decorating job, Teddy falls under the influence of Fern Newsuranger, a cosmetics saleswoman, who Teddy decides to follow her path. Meanwhile, Beatrice gives Truman a hard time over what furniture to get rid of when they move in together.

Swoosie Kurtz ... Alex Reed

Patricia Kalember ... Georgie Reed Whitsig

Julianne Phillips ... Francesca 'Frankie' Reed Margolis

Sela Ward ... Teddy Reed

Elizabeth Hoffman ... Beatrice 'Bea' Reed Ventnor

Garrett M. Brown ... John Whitsig (credit only)

Ed Marinaro ... Mitch Margolis (credit only)
Patti Been ... Lauren
Dori Brenner ... Maggie D'Amato
Mary Donnelly-Haskell ... Fran Neuswanger (as Mary Donnelly)
Susan Edwards ... Gloria

Ron Fassler ... Barry Gold

Tom Isbell ... Max Weldon

Ashley Judd ... Reed Halsey
Sharon Martin ... Teenage Alex

Heather McAdam ... Catherine 'Cat' Margolis
Jill Novick ... Teenage Teddy
Riff Regan ... Young Georgie
Mark Robman ... Realtor
Tasia Schutt ... Little Frankie
Philip Sterling ... Judge Truman Ventnor
Heidi Swedberg ... Jill Parkins

Steve Vinovich ... Rupert Coates

Season 2, Episode 15: Tippecanoe and Georgie, Too!

8 February 1992
Georgie, on advice from a campaign expert, changes her image and her personality to run for the local school board. Meanwhile, Alex and Wade try to enroll Reed in a private school, but have second thoughts when they see that the place is a snob-fest. Elsewhere, Frankie, Mitch and Cat try to sell their old loft stove to a poor man who is really a con artist looking to lower the price.

Season 2, Episode 16: The Four Elements

15 February 1992
While Georgie's youngest son, Evan, writes a school report on the four elements of nature, he observes each of the four elements in four different stories around him. WATER: After Victor saves Reed from drowning in her bathtub, her hostility towards him turns to lust, and Alex feels both threatened and jealous by Reed's new found attention towards Victor. FIRE: Teddy gets help from her sisters when a fire burns down the Whitsig garage with all her new clothing designs before a major fashion show. AIR: Frankie tries to get pregnant with Mitch, who gets a flat tire on his way to meet with her during a lunchtime tryst. EARTH: As Even completes his science project, his father, John, tries to grow a beard as a change of image, in which Georgie does not approve of.

Season 2, Episode 17: A Matter of Life and Death

22 February 1992
Georgie stomps for some last minute votes as the election for councilperson draws near, while Frankie and Teddy quarrel over personal items that both want to keep. Meanwhile, Alex relentlessly tries to bag a wealthy new interior decorating client. The ladies, so occupied with their problems, don't realize that Beatrice suffers a heart attack and is rushed to the hospital.

Season 2, Episode 18: The First Time

29 February 1992
Both Teddy and Mitch become upset when Cat plans her first romantic and sexual encounter with her boyfriend. Alex gets mugged and overreacts with self-defense classes, home security, and more. Meanwhile, Sinatra wannabe John is hit with stage fright while appearing on stage at a nightclub during amateur night. After losing her cosmetics job, Fern Newsuranger asks John to sing with him in his act.

Season 2, Episode 19: Empty Rooms

11 April 1992
Alex may have to sell her house after a deadbeat client of hers declares bankruptcy. But an anonymous benefactor offers to purchase Alex's house for her and in doing some investigating, Alex is shocked when she learns who her financial savior is. Cheering up Beatrice after her heart attack proves increasingly difficult for the sisters as she begins moping around her apartment not wanting to do anything. Meanwhile, Frankie learns that she cannot get pregnant and considers adoption.

Season 2, Episode 20: Heart and Soul

18 April 1992
While attending a local Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, Teddy finds love with her sponsor Harry. But Teddy later learns that Harry is reluctant to quit drinking himself. Meanwhile, Georgie becomes jealous when John spends more time with his singing partner, Fern, than with her. Also, Wade takes Alex to their old apartment for a romantic getaway and asks that they reconcile.

Season 2, Episode 21: Pandora's Box

25 April 1992
A young woman offers her baby to Frankie and Mitch for adoption which they gladly accept. But soon after, the young teen mother has second thoughts. Meanwhile, Alex tries to tell Victor that she's returning to Wade, while Victor has something similar to tell her. Also, Beatrice gives Truman an ultimatum; marry her or else they are through.

Season 2, Episode 22: Not in a Million Years

2 May 1992


Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Sunstroke

26 September 1992
During a late-summer heat wave, Alex wants to have the perfect wedding for her mother and Judge Trueman Ventner. But Beatrice doesn't like her daughter's plans. While Alex spends a romantic evening with her ex-husband, Wade, Reed informs them that she wants to quit college to be with her boyfriend Kirby. Later, Reed informs everyone that she has married Kirby, and Alex reacts by breaking EVERY piece of crystal in her house. Meanwhile, Frankie is concerned that Georgie, who is seven months pregnant, may be over-exerting herself, so she hires a housekeeper for Georgie. While Cat prepares to leave town for college, Teddy fears that Beatrice will move away from everyone after she marries Truman.

Season 3, Episode 2: The Bottom Line

3 October 1992
Teddy finds a way to help her struggling clothing business when, after Alex invites her to a dinner party, Teddy meets Simon Bolt, a wealthy but cynical British corporate magnate who becomes interested in her work and wants to invest $10 million to help expand her business. Meanwhile, Laura, a sexy TV reporter, wants to know about Mitch and his fish store which makes Frankie jealous. Also, the very pregnant Georgie fights her sudden craving for chocolate.

Swoosie Kurtz ... Alex Reed

Patricia Kalember ... Georgie Reed Whitsig

Julianne Phillips ... Francesca 'Frankie' Reed Margolis

Sela Ward ... Teddy Reed

Elizabeth Hoffman ... Beatrice 'Bea' Reed Ventnor (credit only)

Garrett M. Brown ... John Whitsig (credit only)

Ed Marinaro ... Mitch Margolis
Hank Adams ... MC
Vinny Argiro ... Hot Dog Vendor
Crystal Carlson ... Cookie Girl
Duane Davis ... McKinley

Stephanie Dunnam ... Lauren Andrews
Mark Frankel ... Simon Bolt

Karman Graham Franck ... Designer (as Karman Graham)

Daniel Lench ... Limo Driver
Ralph Manza ... Saul
Riff Regan ... Young Georgie

Eve Sigall ... Mrs. Van der Berge

Season 3, Episode 3: A Promise Kept

10 October 1992
Frankie decides to convert and raise a Jewish family with Mitch, much to the shock of the family, especially the conservative Beatrice. Meanwhile, Teddy and Simon fight over how to run Teddy's new clothing factory and over McKinley working for the company. Also, Alex helps Reed and Kirby with moving into their new apartment and afterward takes them into her house after they are evicted.

Season 3, Episode 4: And God Laughs

17 October 1992

Season 3, Episode 5: Sins of the Mothers

24 October 1992

Season 3, Episode 6: Lost Souls

31 October 1992

Season 3, Episode 7: Accidents Will Happen

7 November 1992

Season 3, Episode 8: Crash and Born

14 November 1992

Season 3, Episode 9: The Best Seats in the House

21 November 1992

Season 3, Episode 10: Rivals

5 December 1992

Season 3, Episode 11: Portrait of the Artists

12 December 1992

Season 3, Episode 12: Teach Your Children Well

19 December 1992

Season 3, Episode 13: All That Glitters

9 January 1993

Season 3, Episode 14: Crimes and Ms. Demeanors

16 January 1993


Swoosie Kurtz ... Alex Reed

Patricia Kalember ... Georgie Reed Whitsig

Julianne Phillips ... Francesca 'Frankie' Reed Margolis

Sela Ward ... Teddy Reed

Elizabeth Hoffman ... Beatrice 'Bea' Reed Ventnor (credit only)

Garrett M. Brown ... John Whitsig

Ed Marinaro ... Mitch Margolis (credit only)
Robert Barry ... Vice President
Jon Beshara ... Lunch Companion
Sue Bugden ... Cleo
Duane Davis ... McKinley
Mark Frankel ... Simon Bolt

George Furth ... Mr. Rattner
Dale Harimoto ... Interviewer
Paul Hayes ... Process Server

Ashley Judd ... Reed Halsey

Paul Keith ... Art Teacher
Sharon Martin ... Teenage Alex

Heather McAdam ... Catherine 'Cat' Margolis
Jill Novick ... Teenage Teddy
Reva Rose ... Teller

Paul Rudd ... Kirby Philby (as Paul Stephen Rudd)

Concetta Tomei ... Diana Gottfried

Sam Whipple ... Accounts Officer

Season 3, Episode 15: The Whole Truth

23 January 1993

Season 3, Episode 16: Things Are Tough All Over

6 February 1993

Season 3, Episode 17: Moving Pictures

13 February 1993


Swoosie Kurtz ... Alex Reed

Patricia Kalember ... Georgie Reed Whitsig

Julianne Phillips ... Francesca 'Frankie' Reed Margolis

Sela Ward ... Teddy Reed

Elizabeth Hoffman ... Beatrice 'Bea' Reed Ventnor (credit only)

Garrett M. Brown ... John Whitsig

Ed Marinaro ... Mitch Margolis (credit only)

Cindy Ambuehl ... Brittany Mills / 'Frankie'
Layne Beamer ... John
Tamu Blackwell ... Tamu
Duane Davis ... McKinley

Patrick Duffy ... Patrick Duffy
David Dunard ... Sheriff
Mark Frankel ... Simon Bolt

Georgann Johnson ... Mrs. Teller

William Katt ... Jeffrey Teller
J. David Krassner ... Lewis Fusco

Joe Mantello ... Adam Olderberg
Michael McCarty ... Rudy

Leslie Moonves ... Leslie Moonves

John Schneider ... McGreevy / McGrady / McGruder

Shari Shattuck ... Morgan Sheridan / 'Georgie'

Suzanne Somers ... Suzanne Somers
Laura Mae Tate ... Tiffany Hartman / 'Teddy'
Kirk Thornton ... Maitre D'

Sal Viscuso ... Harold J. Wise

Season 3, Episode 18: Mirror, Mirror

20 February 1993

Season 3, Episode 19: Different

27 February 1993

Season 3, Episode 20: Dear Georgie

24 April 1993

Season 3, Episode 21: Some Other Time

1 May 1993

Season 3, Episode 22: The Cold Light of Day

8 May 1993


Swoosie Kurtz ... Alex Reed

Patricia Kalember ... Georgie Reed Whitsig (credit only)

Julianne Phillips ... Francesca 'Frankie' Reed Margolis

Sela Ward ... Teddy Reed

Elizabeth Hoffman ... Beatrice 'Bea' Reed Ventnor (credit only)

Garrett M. Brown ... John Whitsig (credit only)

Ed Marinaro ... Mitch Margolis

Barbara Babcock ... Dr. Julia Aussenberg

Gary Beach ... Shopkeeper / Vincent / Prime Minister
Mark Frankel ... Simon Bolt

Henry Gibson ... Cyrus Calhoun

Ashley Judd ... Reed Halsey
Andrea Leonelli ... Bubble Head Girl

Heather McAdam ... Catherine 'Cat' Margolis
Elsa Raven ... Madame Sophie

Paul Rudd ... Kirby Philby (as Paul Stephen Rudd)
Richard Vidan ... Cop

Season 3, Episode 23: Out of the Ashes

15 May 1993

Season 3, Episode 24: The Icing on the Cake

22 May 1993


Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Back on Track

25 September 1993

Season 4, Episode 2: The Land of the Lost Children

2 October 1993


Swoosie Kurtz ... Alex Reed

Patricia Kalember ... Georgie Reed Whitsig

Julianne Phillips ... Francesca 'Frankie' Reed Margolis

Sela Ward ... Teddy Reed

Elizabeth Hoffman ... Beatrice 'Bea' Reed Ventnor

Garrett M. Brown ... John Whitsig (credit only)

Ed Marinaro ... Mitch Margolis
Jim Boyce ... Paramedic
Catherine Butterfield ... Nurse

Gary Carlos Cervantes ... Officer #1 (as Gary Cervantes)

Michael Francis Clarke ... Officer #2

George Clooney ... Detective James Falconer

Kirsten Dunst ... Kitten Margolis

Michael Ensign ... Howard Greenway, the Travel Agent

Dan Gauthier ... Kyle Parks

Ashley Judd ... Reed Halsey
Sharon Martin ... Teenage Alex

Heather McAdam ... Catherine 'Cat' Margolis
Riff Regan ... Young Georgie

Paul Rudd ... Kirby Philby (as Paul Stephen Rudd)
Tasia Schutt ... Little Frankie

Billy Stevenson ... Delivery Man (as Bill Stevenson)

William Allen Young ... Dr. Ripley

Season 4, Episode 3: Demons

9 October 1993

Season 4, Episode 4: A Kick in the Caboose

9 October 1993


Swoosie Kurtz ... Alex Reed

Patricia Kalember ... Georgie Reed Whitsig

Julianne Phillips ... Francesca 'Frankie' Reed Margolis

Sela Ward ... Teddy Reed

Elizabeth Hoffman ... Beatrice 'Bea' Reed Ventnor (credit only)

Garrett M. Brown ... John Whitsig (credit only)

Ed Marinaro ... Mitch Margolis

Joanne Baron ... Edie

Jack Betts ... Harry Busby

Nora Dunn ... Norma Lear
Tom Lahm ... Dr. Doug

Josh Lozoff ... Teenage Mitch

Heather McAdam ... Catherine 'Cat' Margolis

Audrey Meadows ... Ada Benbeow

Jayne Meadows ... Ida Benbeow (as Jayne Meadows Allen)

Season 4, Episode 5: Sleepless in Winnetka

16 October 1993

Season 4, Episode 6: The Good Daughter

30 October 1993


Swoosie Kurtz ... Alex Reed

Patricia Kalember ... Georgie Reed Whitsig

Julianne Phillips ... Francesca 'Frankie' Reed Margolis

Sela Ward ... Teddy Reed

Elizabeth Hoffman ... Beatrice 'Bea' Reed Ventnor (credit only)

Garrett M. Brown ... John Whitsig

Ed Marinaro ... Mitch Margolis

Lisa Banes ... Barbara Buckley

George Clooney ... Detective James Falconer

Dan Gauthier ... Kyle Parks
Ivan Gueron ... Nick Kenderson
Ryal Haakenson ... Man shoved by Mary

Tiiu Leek ... T.V. Reporter
Sharon Martin ... Teenage Alex

Heather McAdam ... Catherine 'Cat' Margolis
Jill Novick ... Teenage Teddy
Bob Pepper ... Various

CCH Pounder ... Nora Neil Marshall
Riff Regan ... Young Georgie
Giuliana Santini ... Mary Todson
Tasia Schutt ... Little Frankie
Mort Sertner ... Judge

Season 4, Episode 7: Something in Common

6 November 1993

Season 4, Episode 8: A Bolt from the Blue

13 November 1993

Season 4, Episode 9: The Best Intentions

20 November 1993

Season 4, Episode 10: The Things We Do for Love

27 November 1993

Season 4, Episode 11: Broken Angel

11 December 1993

Season 4, Episode 12: Second Thoughts

18 December 1993

Season 4, Episode 13: A Path Through the Snow

January 1994

Season 4, Episode 14: Chemical Reactions

22 January 1994

Season 4, Episode 15: Poison

29 January 1994

Season 4, Episode 16: Tangled Webs

5 February 1994

Season 4, Episode 17: Up to His Old Tricks

12 February 1994

Season 4, Episode 18: Blood Is Thicker Than Water

23 April 1994

Season 4, Episode 19: Lock and Key

30 April 1994

Season 4, Episode 20: Life Upside-Down

7 May 1994


Swoosie Kurtz ... Alex Reed Barker

Patricia Kalember ... Georgie Reed Whitsig

Julianne Phillips ... Francesca 'Frankie' Reed Margolis (credit only)

Sela Ward ... Teddy Reed

Elizabeth Hoffman ... Beatrice 'Bea' Reed Ventnor (credit only)

Garrett M. Brown ... John Whitsig

Ed Marinaro ... Mitch Margolis

Nora Dunn ... Norma Lear

Jo Farkas ... Bag Lady

Ryan Francis ... Trevor Whitsig

Elizabeth Franz ... Gladys Lear
John Lehne ... Ben Lear
Sharon Martin ... Teenage Alex

Heather McAdam ... Catherine 'Cat' Margolis

Richard Narita ... Dr. Nashita
Jill Novick ... Teenage Teddy
Riff Regan ... Young Georgie
Erol Sarabi ... Teenage Boy
Tasia Schutt ... Little Frankie
Danni Wheeler ... Rachel

Daniel Zacapa ... Officer Peck (as Garret Pearson)

Season 4, Episode 21: Protective Measures

14 May 1994

Season 4, Episode 22: Up in the Air

21 May 1994


Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Bombshell

24 September 1994

Season 5, Episode 2: Blinders

1 October 1994

Season 5, Episode 3: I Only Have Eyes for You

8 October 1994

Season 5, Episode 4: Falling Leaves

15 October 1994

Season 5, Episode 5: Heroes

22 October 1994

Season 5, Episode 6: Scandalous

29 October 1994

Season 5, Episode 7: Down for the Count

5 November 1994

Season 5, Episode 8: Cold Turkey

12 November 1994

Season 5, Episode 9: Paradise Lost

19 November 1994

Season 5, Episode 10: Twilight Time

3 December 1994

Season 5, Episode 11: A Child Is Given

17 December 1994

Season 5, Episode 12: No Pain, No Gain

7 January 1995

Season 5, Episode 13: A Lullaby to My Father

14 January 1995

Season 5, Episode 14: A Good Deed

21 January 1995

Season 5, Episode 15: A House Divided

4 February 1995

Season 5, Episode 16: A Proper Farewell

11 February 1995

Season 5, Episode 17: Angel of Death

18 February 1995

Season 5, Episode 18: Sleeping with the Devil

4 March 1995

Season 5, Episode 19: Judgment Day

1 April 1995

Season 5, Episode 20: Word of Honor

8 April 1995

Season 5, Episode 21: Remembrance of Sisters Past

15 April 1995

Season 5, Episode 22: A Fighting Chance

22 April 1995

Season 5, Episode 23: Matters of the Heart

29 April 1995

Season 5, Episode 24: Enchanted May

6 May 1995


Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: 100

23 September 1995

Season 6, Episode 2: Out of the Woods

30 September 1995
After getting shot Teddy is in a coma. Georgie decides to ask a brilliant doctor if he can help her. Initially he's not interested. But he later shows up and decides to try a risky procedure.

Season 6, Episode 3: The Passion of Our Youth

7 October 1995


Swoosie Kurtz ... Alex Reed Barker

Patricia Kalember ... Georgie Reed Whitsig

Sheila Kelley ... Dr. Charlotte 'Charley' Bennett (credit only)

Sela Ward ... Teddy Reed Falconer (credit only)

Elizabeth Hoffman ... Beatrice 'Bea' Reed Ventnor (credit only)

Mark Chaet ... Gas Man

Eric Close ... William 'Billy' Griffin

Rick Deats ... Agent

Joe Flanigan ... Brian Kohler-Voss

Ryan Francis ... Trevor Whitsig
Paul Kersey ... College Peter
Gili Lang ... Little Trevor
Sharon Martin ... Teenage Alex

Heather McAdam ... Catherine 'Cat' Margolis
Jill Novick ... Teenage Teddy

Noelle Parker ... Reed Halsey

Tom Parks ... Hotel Clerk
Riff Regan ... Young Georgie
Melanie Shatner ... Kelly

Nicolas Surovy ... Peter Goodwin

Season 6, Episode 4: One Fine Day

21 October 1995
Teddy still has no memory of her past wanders off so Georgie and Alex try to find her. While looking for her they run into a woman they knew when they were younger and Alex is nervous around her. Later she reveals that she wronged the woman. Bea and Georgie try to get her to come clean. Teddy wanders around and bits of her memory come back.

Season 6, Episode 5: Deceit

28 October 1995
When Teddy goes to Sorensen to thank him for saving her life, he is so engrossed with getting a grant that he ignores her. Later he asks her out and she accepts but it seems he has ulterior motives for asking her out. In the meantime Georgie who's place is being fumigated is looking for a place to stay and she prefers not to stay with Alex or Teddy but has no other alternative. Until Brian offers to let her stay with him. And she keeps it a secret. Norma, Alex's producer gives birth and her parents try to take the baby away from her.

Season 6, Episode 6: A Perfect Circle

11 November 1995


Swoosie Kurtz ... Alex Reed Barker

Patricia Kalember ... Georgie Reed Whitsig (credit only)

Sheila Kelley ... Dr. Charlotte 'Charley' Bennett

Sela Ward ... Teddy Reed Falconer

Elizabeth Hoffman ... Beatrice 'Bea' Reed Ventnor

Stephen Collins ... Dr. Gabriel Sorenson

Steven Culp ... Graham Pressman

Robert Klein ... Albert 'Big Al' Barker
Julie Krycler ... Young Charley

Sean Nelson ... Jesse Bayliss

Kymberly Newberry ... Case Worker (as Kymberly S. Newberry)

Tamlyn Tomita ... Kiri Adams
Pamela Tyson ... Arlene Bayliss
Nita Whitaker ... Model
Norris Young ... Nelson Bayliss

Season 6, Episode 7: Change of Life

11 November 1995


Swoosie Kurtz ... Alex Reed Barker

Patricia Kalember ... Georgie Reed Whitsig

Sheila Kelley ... Dr. Charlotte 'Charley' Bennett (credit only)

Sela Ward ... Teddy Reed Falconer (credit only)

Elizabeth Hoffman ... Beatrice 'Bea' Reed Ventnor (credit only)
Dustin Berkovitz ... Evan Whitsig
Rebecca Chambers ... Candy

Eric Close ... William 'Billy' Griffin

Steve Hytner ... James 'Jimmy' Merril
Richard Livingston ... Bob (as Richard B. Livingston)
Jacob Loyst ... Little Evan

Madison Mason ... Sergeant Mark Bowman

Heather McAdam ... Catherine 'Cat' Margolis

Noelle Parker ... Reed Halsey
Sylvia Short ... Professor Emily Allen Harris

Carrie Snodgress ... Betty Merril

Adrian Sparks ... Dr. Lawrence Ryan

Season 6, Episode 8: Renaissance Woman

18 November 1995

Season 6, Episode 9: A Perfectly Reasonable Explanation

25 November 1995

Season 6, Episode 10: Sleeping Beauty

2 December 1995

Season 6, Episode 11: A Tough Act to Follow

9 December 1995

Season 6, Episode 12: A Sudden Change of Heart

6 January 1996

Season 6, Episode 13: The Man That Got Away

13 January 1996

Season 6, Episode 14: Double, Double, Toil and Trouble

20 January 1996

Season 6, Episode 15: Impersonators

27 January 1996


Swoosie Kurtz ... Alex Reed Barker

Patricia Kalember ... Georgie Reed Whitsig (credit only)

Sheila Kelley ... Dr. Charlotte 'Charley' Bennett

Sela Ward ... Teddy Reed Falconer

Elizabeth Hoffman ... Beatrice 'Bea' Reed Ventnor

Stacy Arnell ... Janet

K. Todd Freeman ... Chardonnay / Larry
Lisa Inouye ... News Reporter

Sean Nelson ... Jesse Bayliss

Noelle Parker ... Reed Halsey
Brittany Parkyn ... Linda Bishop

Richard Joseph Paul ... Steve Brock

Shelley Robertson ... Deandra Hughes

Bruce Weitz ... Pug Finnegan
Michael Whaley ... Dr. Wesley 'Wes' Hayes

Season 6, Episode 16: The Best Man

3 February 1996
With Teddy and Sorenson's wedding getting near, the girls try to figure out where this thing of their weddings being shrouded by disaster started. And their mother thinks she knows where it happened and tries to rectify it. And Alex is so desperate for Big Al to get his heart transplant that she's willing to do whatever she has to.

Swoosie Kurtz ... Alex Reed Barker

Patricia Kalember ... Georgie Reed Whitsig

Sheila Kelley ... Dr. Charlotte 'Charley' Bennett

Sela Ward ... Teddy Reed Falconer

Elizabeth Hoffman ... Beatrice 'Bea' Reed Ventnor
Kevin Bourland ... Peter Merino

Jill Boyd ... Little Frankie

Stephen Collins ... Dr. Gabriel Sorenson

Lisa Dinkins ... Nurse

Shanee Edwards ... Young Beatrice

Dan Gilvezan ... Dr. Herman Helpern

Peter Michael Goetz ... Elton Grenthal

Robert Klein ... Albert 'Big Al' Barker

Craig Shoemaker ... Matt

Michael Trucco ... Young Elton Grenthal (as Edward Trucco)

John Walcutt ... Young Dr. Reed
Michael Whaley ... Dr. Wesley 'Wes' Hayes
Ed Williams ... Minister

Season 6, Episode 17: A Little Snag

10 February 1996
When Big Al is called to the hospital for his heart transplant, things don't go as planned. Georgie runs into Brian and when she learns he's there to meet a (female) friend, she gets envious. She goes as far as to pretend to be a dying woman's niece to meet her. The son of a friend of Bea's who's also a patient of Charley's is brought in when he has a heart attack while playing basketball. And Sorenson runs into an ex whom he hasn't seen in nine months who's about to give birth, which makes Teddy nervous.

Swoosie Kurtz ... Alex Reed Barker

Patricia Kalember ... Georgie Reed Whitsig

Sheila Kelley ... Dr. Charlotte 'Charley' Bennett

Sela Ward ... Teddy Reed Sorenson

Elizabeth Hoffman ... Beatrice 'Bea' Reed Ventnor

Ellen Albertini Dow ... Aunt Ida Watherwax

Diana Bellamy ... Nurse Marilyn

Jill Boyd ... Little Frankie

Stephen Collins ... Dr. Gabriel Sorenson
David L. Crowley ... Mr. Sadorski

Allen Cutler ... Danny Sadorski

Joe Flanigan ... Brian Kohler-Voss
David Greenlee ... Father Thomas
Jeanne Hartman ... O.B. Nurse

Carol Huston ... Dr. Veronica Spratt

Robert Klein ... Albert 'Big Al' Barker

Peter Kwong ... Douglas Chan

Leah Lail ... Christy Caldwell

Sean Nelson ... Jesse Bayliss

Iqbal Theba ... Orderly Valentine

Season 6, Episode 18: Don't Go to Springfield

2 March 1996