CBS Schoolbreak Special: Season 5, Episode 2

Never Say Goodbye (12 Jan. 1988)

TV Episode  -  Drama | Family | Romance
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After her grandmother is pronounced brain-dead following a stroke, a teenage girl must make the painful decision whether to continue life support.

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'Mo' Donovan
Joe Lambie ...
Michael Donovan
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Laura Donovan
Pamela Lindner ...
Patti Donovan
Alan Sader ...
Dr. Hildebrand
James Anklam ...
Richie Cardone
Kim Hauser ...
Emma Donovan
Rex Ellis ...
Paramedic
Daphna Brosch ...
Tracy
Nicole Andrews ...
Sarah
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Coach Tucker
Mary Jean Feton ...
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After her grandmother is pronounced brain-dead following a stroke, a teenage girl must make the painful decision whether to continue life support.

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