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Year: 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Chapter One

23 October 2000
Another school year is off to a booming start at Winslow High School - an urban high school outside of Boston. Principal Steven Harper spends his days putting out fires, defending his faculty and just trying to keep it together. Lauren Davis, the idealistic head of the social studies department, and Harry Senate, a geology teacher with buried secrets, are embroiled in controversy for failing the star running back before a huge game with the cross-town rivals. But they both have bigger personal problems. Lauren has been asked out on a date by the icy vice principal and Harry has been put on probation for wielding a gun in one of his classes. When he's not dodging the star running back's lawyer or pulling a bully off the class geek, Principal Harper is trying to calm Ms. Hendricks. She left her class after scrawling "Gone to kill myself, hope you're happy" on the chalkboard. Meanwhile, English teacher Milton Buttle has become the star attraction on student Sheryl Holt's website. His unflattering, animated portrayal has made Buttle the butt of everyone's jokes. And let's not forget dear old Mr. Lipschultz. The 80-year-old American history teacher kicked popular Dana Poole out of class for not wearing a bra.

Season 1, Episode 2: Chapter Two

30 October 2000
Last week's bra protest has resulted in school unity. All the girls have decided to go bra-less in a show of solidarity with Dana Poole. The superintendent is breathing down Harper's neck because Lauren has rallied a few of the other teachers and they all refuse to get fingerprinted. Also, Marla, who is supposed to be on medical leave, has shown up for work, and Lipschultz, the man behind the bra debacle, has shown up on Sheryl Holt's infamous website - in a bra and panties! Meanwhile, Vice Principal Guber tries to regain control by meeting with Dana Poole. He suspects that she's high, so he wants a urine sample. She protests and bolts straight to Harry.

Season 1, Episode 3: Chapter Three

6 November 2000
Principal Harper's job is in jeopardy and an impending school board meeting has him on edge. Still, he can't help but get involved when Anthony Ward is found hanging upside down from the roof. It turns out the entire soccer team has ganged up on little Anthony since he thwarted their attempts to download answers for a test. Harper's decision to suspend the entire team, and thereby forfeit the soccer season, only adds fuel to Superintendent Marla Shinn's fire. Meanwhile, Harry Senate confesses to kissing Dana Poole and explains her blackmail scheme. Guber sends a shocked Dana to Bob "Big Boy" Lick for counseling but Harper does not suspend Senate. Coach Riley, on the other hand, is dealing with a football team who has marked one of their teammates as gay and will not shower with him. Plus, Lauren is left to defend herself when Superintendent Shinn questions the topic of cannibalism being taught in Lauren's classroom. At the school board meeting, things come to a head when all of the faculty's - and Principal Harper's - indiscretions are exposed. Surprisingly, an impassioned speech by Marla Hendricks puts everything into perspective, and even manages to silence Superintendent Shinn. At least, temporarily.

Season 1, Episode 4: Chapter Four

13 November 2000
Rehearsals are in full swing for the annual charity show. Marilyn is dismayed to learn that the main skit the students have prepared is a spoof of the Winslow High faculty - complete with a gun-toting Senate and Buttle stuck inside a donkey! Elsewhere on campus, Lauren enters a stairwell and catches two student body presidential candidates engaged in a sex act. Lauren confronts the students - Peter and Susan - who deny any wrongdoing. However, when Peter later drops out of the election, it becomes clear that Susan's sexual favor was a motivating factor. On top of all this, Lauren must also deal with John LeBlonde. John's an excellent student on the recently suspended soccer team and needs Harper's approval to apply for a prestigious academic award.

Jessalyn Gilsig ... Lauren Davis

Chi McBride ... Steven Harper

Anthony Heald ... Scott Guber

Nicky Katt ... Harry Senate

Thomas McCarthy ... Kevin Riley

Loretta Devine ... Marla Hendricks

Joey Slotnick ... Milton Buttle

Rashida Jones ... Louisa Fenn

Sharon Leal ... Marilyn Sudor

Fyvush Finkel ... Harvey Lipschultz

Cheyenne Haynes ... Juan's Sister
Jamie Lynn Bence ... Lauren Look-Alike
Brooke Benko ... Janine
Jeffrey Braer ... Lipschultz Look-Alike
Chante Carmel ... Marla Look-Alike (as Chante Frierson)
Kyle Carper ... Peterson

Jon Collins ... Buttle Look-Alike
Gregory Crane ... Peter Nelson

Homie Doroodian ... Rahib

Christopher Emerson ... Harding
Asher Gold ... Joey

Rick Gonzalez ... Juan Figgis
Josh Hammond ... Senate Look-Alike
D.J. Harner ... Mrs. Potter

Heavy D ... Mr. Lick / Big Boy (as Dwight 'Heavy D' Myers)

Vincent Jerman-Jerosa ... Officer (as Vincent Jerosa)

Lamya Jezek ... Sheryl Holt

Tamika Katon-Donegal ... Sarah
Timothy Landfield ... Mr. LeBlonde
Anthony Martelli ... Mitch

Justin Ross Martin ... Kevin Look-Alike (as Justin Martin)

Connor Matheus ... Boy

Rende Rae Norman ... Mrs. LeBlonde

Joe O'Connor ... Mr. Potter
Michael Purvis ... Harper Look-Alike

Victoria Stern ... Mother

JoAnna Garcia Swisher ... Susan Potter (as Joanna Garcia)
Tim Truby ... Doctor

Datari Turner ... Joel Rivers
John Weller ... Guber Look-Alike

Travis Wester ... John LeBlonde

Gloria Calderon Kellett ... Sheryl Holt Look-Alike (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Chapter Five

20 November 2000
It's Thanksgiving week, but no one seems particularly grateful. Guber, for example, is still upset over his onstage serenade at the charity show. Football player Jason Harrelson broke bully Malcolm White's arm during a fight in the hall. Buttle is starring in yet another Sheryl Holt original online humiliation cartoon. Last, but not least, Lauren discovered a senior sex posse which awards senior guys points for sex. In response to the sex posse scandal, Principal Harper organizes a sophomore assembly to preach the benefits of chastity. The teachers draw straws, and Lipschultz is chosen to head up the event. Later at the assembly, Lipschultz' boring speech turns shocking when he confesses to catching his beloved late wife in bed with another man.

Season 1, Episode 6: Chapter Six

27 November 2000
A popular and beloved teacher, Mr. McMahon, has a heart attack and dies at school. A close friend of the deceased, Principal Harper overcomes his own grief to help his students cope with the loss. To make matters worse, it appears that McMahon had been having an affair with a female senior, Karen Fitzgerald. While Harper struggles to deal with the incident's aftermath and maintain status quo, the students and faculty begin to fall apart. A defiant pupil, Webster, spits on Lauren and she vows to have him expelled. The case becomes more complex, however, when Harper learns that Webster was close to Mr. McMahon and is extremely upset over his death.

Jessalyn Gilsig ... Lauren Davis

Chi McBride ... Steven Harper

Anthony Heald ... Scott Guber

Nicky Katt ... Harry Senate

Thomas McCarthy ... Kevin Riley

Loretta Devine ... Marla Hendricks

Joey Slotnick ... Milton Buttle

Rashida Jones ... Louisa Fenn

Sharon Leal ... Marilyn Sudor

Fyvush Finkel ... Harvey Lipschultz

Larry Bates ... Petie Samples

Katie Burditt ... Stairwell Girl #3

Alex Chester ... Stairwell Girl #1

Shelly Cole ... Susan
Adrian Davis ... Webster Henderson

Christopher John Fields ... Henderson's Lawyer

April Grace ... Sandra Henderson

Edwin Hodge ... Jamaal Crenshaw

Nick Jameson ... Dr. Lipton

Eric Jungmann ... George Howe
Hallie King ... Stairwell Girl #2 (as Hallie Erin King)
Phyllis Lyons ... Vicky McMahon

Paul Norwood ... Paul Fitzgerald

Laurie O'Brien ... Melanie Fitzgerald

Angela Paton ... Mrs. Walsh
Brian Pelletier ... Grieving Student

Efren Ramirez ... Amaad Wilkens

Jill Ritchie ... Karen Fitzgerald
Natanya Ross ... Singer

Joanna Sanchez ... Nurse Pauline Drier

Mark L. Taylor ... Tim McMahon

Season 1, Episode 7: Chapter Seven

4 December 2000
Life seems to be one big lawsuit for Principal Harper. First, Mrs. Walsh, who was fired for spanking her students, sues for wrongful termination. Then, after Harper suspends Sheryl Holt for offensive content on her website, she sues to get the suspension overturned. Lauren gets knocked out by a launched breast implant. While Marylin counsels the girl on her self-image, Lauren decides to let the boyfriend off the hook. In court, Lipschultz's testimony - on both the Holt and Walsh cases - is disastrous and results in two losses for the school.

Jessalyn Gilsig ... Lauren Davis

Chi McBride ... Steven Harper

Anthony Heald ... Scott Guber

Nicky Katt ... Harry Senate

Thomas McCarthy ... Kevin Riley

Loretta Devine ... Marla Hendricks

Joey Slotnick ... Milton Buttle

Rashida Jones ... Louisa Fenn

Sharon Leal ... Marilyn Sudor

Fyvush Finkel ... Harvey Lipschultz
Gary Anello ... Mr. Berenson
Java Benson ... Student
Ryan Bumcrot ... Kenny Lopes

Colm Feore ... George Guber

April Grace ... Sandra Henderson

Christina Haag ... Marcia Walker

Blake Heron ... NRA Student

Edwin Hodge ... Jamaal Crenshaw

Lamya Jezek ... Sheryl Holt

Lisa Kaminir ... Susan Abrams

Henry LeBlanc ... Laurence Holt

Alex McKenna ... Melissa
Paul Moncrief ... Teacher

Jim Ortlieb ... Judge Jeremy Allen

Angela Paton ... Mrs. Walsh

Jenna Z. Wilson ... Cheerleader (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Chapter Eight

11 December 2000
Buttle meets a beautiful girl, Lisa, who shares his love of Shakespeare. Back at Winslow High, Senate learns that Juan Figgis' mother has been convicted on drug charges and is going to prison. Meanwhile, Lipschultz collapses in class and is rushed to the hospital. Buttle breaks up with Louisa when he realizes he is in love with Lisa, only to find out she is not a 20-year-old Harvard student, but an 18-year-old student at Winslow High.

Season 1, Episode 9: Chapter Nine

8 January 2001
The first day back at school has barely begun when the police show up looking for a murder suspect. A botched robbery has gone down a few blocks away and the panicked assailant, wearing a Winslow High Letterman's jacket, shot and killed a man before heading towards school grounds.

Season 1, Episode 10: Chapter Ten

15 January 2001
Sheryl Holt breaks the news about Milton and Lisa's secret affair on her website. Suspicious, Harper confronts Buttle about his sexual involvement, but Milton disavows any wrongdoing, claiming that he and Lisa have started a "Shakespeare Club." However, Riley has his hands full with another explosive situation - an anonymous bully has severely beaten three male students. Meanwhile, Marilyn suspects that a girl in her class is a victim of incest when the student writes a "fictional" essay about her father molesting her. In the middle of this crisis, Guber asks Lipschultz to resign after accusing him of being a racist.

Season 1, Episode 11: Chapter Eleven

22 January 2001
Coach Riley has a serious crush on Marilyn Sudor but is nervous about asking her out due to their racial differences. Meanwhile, Harper is concerned about the cheer-leading squad. They have been rehearsing for an important competition, but their new routine is extremely sexual. The choreographer argues that it's impossible to tone down the program, so Harper cancels the meet. Regardless of the consequences, Lisa and Buttle continue to tempt fate and continue their heated affair, and in an effort to help his kids discuss their feelings, Senate forms a "Suicide Club," which outrages parents and faculty alike.

Season 1, Episode 12: Chapter Twelve

5 February 2001
As Senate approaches the school grounds, he saves a student from being attacked by gang members. After numerous attempts, Harry finally manages to get the boy to reveal that he is a member of the Crips. Meanwhile, Harper grows even more suspicious about Lisa and Buttle's deepening friendship, so Guber takes the reins and alerts Lisa's parents about their daughter's rumored affair. In the midst of these crises, Lauren has her hands full trying to help an overweight female wrestler, Christine, cope with the loss of her boyfriend. After winning an important wrestling match, Christine addresses the audience and asks them to stop calling her "The Blob", even when it's supportive. They respond by chanting her name instead. Lisa Grier's father goes to Buttle's home and catches them about to have sex. The next morning, Guber gives Buttle a choice: Voluntarily resign or be fired in such a manner as he'll never teach again. Buttle resigns and is ordered to leave by Guber. Harper also rebuffs Buttle. Kevin Riley talk to Guber and tries to mitigate Buttle's actions and ends up getting fired immediately for not disclosing the affair sooner.

Season 1, Episode 13: Chapter Thirteen

12 February 2001
When Coach Riley is fired for withholding information about Buttle's affair, he hires the best attorneys in Boston - Ellenor Frutt and Jimmy Berluti. Ellenor immediately begins subpoenaing witnesses, sending a message to Winslow High that she means business. Meanwhile, Lauren discovers that Harry had dated another co-worker, Jenna, before her. Disturbed that Harry would have a relationship with a woman Lauren deems unsavory, she becomes concerned about her own relationship with Senate. In court, the reputations of the entire faculty at Winslow are smeared, but the closing argument (given by Steven Harper himself) convinces the judge to uphold the termination. Kevin angrily tells Harper that his decision demonstrated the he cared less about the students than protecting his own authority. The episode ends with Kevin and Milton saying goodbye to the faculty, excluding Harper and Guber.

Season 1, Episode 14: Chapter Fourteen

19 February 2001
Lauren finds Harry hasn't told his friend about her. Six teachers resign and Marla must teach a class she doesn't know how to. Scott wins a contest to be a guest conductor with the Boston Pops and asks Marilyn out when she is too nice to him. Steven and Harry look for a missing teacher, only to find him passed out drunk in his home. Apparently, he deserted his class the previous November, leaving Lisa Grier to teach and nobody noticed or cared. Steven decides to let Lisa continue to teach, touching off a firestorm by faculty and parents alike.

Season 1, Episode 15: Chapter Fifteen

26 February 2001
Harry advises Tyronn to leave town when he is shot at. Harvey sends Scott on a two-hour drive for a non-existing conducting opportunity. A student accuses the cheer-leading teacher, Tina, of touching her in inappropriate ways. Tina is suspended with pay pending the investigation. Lauren inadvertently hinders Tina by saying that she once hit on her. The girl's parents reveal that their daughter is a pathological liar who has made these accusations before and has even accused Steven of touching her. Tina's suspension is lifted. She angrily states that if it had been Lauren, she wouldn't have been suspended. Steven retorts that Lauren doesn't coach her students to do lap-dances.

Season 1, Episode 16: Chapter Sixteen

26 March 2001
Security tapes of the girls' shower room are missing... with footage of Lauren on them. Marla sends her entire class to the principal's office. Anthony's hit list is found. Lauren and Harry break up.

Season 1, Episode 17: Chapter Seventeen

16 April 2001
A student's mother complains about bus fumes to Steven. The tape of Lauren showering ends up on Sheryl Holt's website. Harry gets in trouble for knowing Tyronn was a murderer. Scott becomes Lisa Grier's co-teacher for her Shakespeare class.

Season 1, Episode 18: Chapter Eighteen

23 April 2001
Scott fires an art teacher twice. Christine Banks dies of a heart attack after winning a wrestling match. Harry finds out Dana Poole has become a stripper. Marla insults janitors and she finds one of her student's father is a janitor.

Jessalyn Gilsig ... Lauren Davis

Chi McBride ... Steven Harper

Anthony Heald ... Scott Guber

Nicky Katt ... Harry Senate

Loretta Devine ... Marla Hendricks

Rashida Jones ... Louisa Fenn

Sharon Leal ... Marilyn Sudor

Fyvush Finkel ... Harvey Lipschultz

Stacy Arnell ... Rene
Anthony Begonia ... Southie Wrestler (archive footage)
Robert Berumen ... Paramedic #2

Vanessa Bell Calloway ... Mrs. Michelle Ronning
John Cappon ... Nurse #2
Christina Colby ... Dancer #2

Dana Davis ... Marie Ronning

Troy Evans ... Dennis Banks
Shea Farrell ... Referee

Laura Gardner ... Nurse #1

Lindsay Hollister ... Christine Banks

Bianca Kajlich ... Lisa Grier

Cleo King ... Helene Parks
Linda Klein ... Nurse #3

Eric Ladin ... Johnson

James Lafferty ... Michael Scott

Barry Livingston ... Patron
Irene Longshore ... Susan Small

Thomas McCarthy ... Kevin Riley

Bonnie Mercado ... Cheerleader
Peter Moore ... Announcer

Harry S. Murphy ... Dr. Spears
Ashlee Olivia ... Dahlia Green
Jack Patterson ... Minister Wells

Gina Philips ... Jenna Miller
Ronda Pierson ... Reporter

Giovonnie Samuels ... Macy Walker

Brent Sexton ... Calvin Scott
Kia Skrine ... Sharon Parks

Lauren Storm ... Donna Stuart

Sarah Thompson ... Dana Poole

Tadpole Triplett ... Classmate
Marie Webster ... Dana Stripper Double
Philip Weiner ... Roberts (as Phil Weiner)

Michael Jai White ... Darren Schofield

Michelle Wolff ... Paramedic #1

Mia Zottoli ... Dancer #1
Michael A. Casey ... Orderly (uncredited)
Nils Oliveto ... Paul Dorsey (uncredited)
Elaine Szupello ... Cymbal Player (uncredited)

Michael A. Tushaus ... Student (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: Chapter Nineteen

30 April 2001
While heading to work, Lauren's car breaks downs. She gets so frustrated with it that she starts jumping up and down on it and smashing the windows with a baseball bat. Suddenly, an old student of hers appears named Daniel Evans who thanks her for changing his life. He shows her a history text book he has written and she is very impressed. He asks her out for a drink, and she immediately says yes. After, they head to her place and have a night of passion. The next day she tells Marilyn, who finds it a little immoral. Lauren cannot get past how great the sex was. Lauren admits she finds it a total turn on when Daniel calls her Ms. Davis.

Season 1, Episode 20: Chapter Twenty

7 May 2001
Lauren continues her relationship with Daniel. Marilyn finds out that Jeremy's mother is locking her son in the basement for punishment. Steven can't date a student's mother. Kevin punches an opponent in a debate.

Season 1, Episode 21: Chapter Twenty-One

14 May 2001
Steven's remarks prevent Scott from getting a job as a headmaster. Lauren finds out Daniel is stalking her. Marla worries when a convicted sex offender asks a younger girl to the senior prom. Marilyn suspects Jeremy has done something to his mother. Anthony Ward is accused of threatening a girl who turned him down for the prom, prompting the superintendent to transfer him to another school.

Season 1, Episode 22: Chapter Twenty-Two

21 May 2001
Lauren gets a gun to protect herself from Daniel, only to get a two-month suspension for pulling it on school grounds. Jeremy won't tell Marilyn what happened to his mother. Daniel's parents reveal that their son has serious psychological problems and that his History textbook was plagiarized. Marla gives Winslow High's first student to get accepted to Harvard an F. In order to bolster Winslow's reputation and prevent a lawsuit from the parents, Harper convinces Lipschultz to re-evaluate Marla's F Grade and doctor it to a D. At prom, Kevin Jackson gives a speech bemoaning the lack of heroes in their generation but praises the faculty for being real heroes. Guber gets a special award from the students. Jeremy Peter's mother is shown locked in the basement, tied to a chair with a gag over her mouth.

Jessalyn Gilsig ... Lauren Davis

Chi McBride ... Steven Harper

Anthony Heald ... Scott Guber

Nicky Katt ... Harry Senate

Loretta Devine ... Marla Hendricks

Rashida Jones ... Louisa Fenn

Sharon Leal ... Marilyn Sudor

Fyvush Finkel ... Harvey Lipschultz

Chris M. Allport ... (voice)

Kathy Baker ... Meredith Peters

Zachery Ty Bryan ... Malcolm White
Kerry Catanese ... Faculty Member Harris
Gregory Crane ... Peter Nelson

Kyle Downes ... Adam Rice (as Kyle J. Downes)

Kaj-Erik Eriksen ... Jeremy Peters

David Ghilardi ... Waiter (scenes deleted)

Matt Gottlieb ... Mr. Hober
Marco Gould ... Justin Hober

Cory Hardrict ... John

Lamya Jezek ... Sheryl Holt
Angela Joy ... Sheila Bullard

Bianca Kajlich ... Lisa Grier

Avery Kidd Waddell ... Jason Harrelson

Jermaine Montell ... Marshall Walker

Conor O'Farrell ... Michael Evans

Mandy Patinkin ... Isaac Rice

Dave Power ... R.J. Saunders

Efren Ramirez ... Amaad Wilkens

Onahoua Rodriguez ... Elizabeth Vasquez
Kat Sawyer-Young ... Patricia Evans (as Kat Sawyer)

Antwon Tanner ... Kevin Jackson

Jordan Tartakow ... Tom Powers

Sarah Thompson ... Dana Poole

Jerry Trainor ... Mitchell Friendly

Scott Vickaryous ... Daniel Evans

Rhett Wilkins ... Jeffrey Lane (as Rhett Jordan)
Jody Wood ... Detective Danby

Nate Barlow ... Graduating Student (uncredited)

Christina Desiere ... Student Graduate (uncredited)

Christopher Bryan Gomez ... Ensemble (uncredited)

Christopher D. Grace ... Student (uncredited)

Priscilla Leona Horne ... Parent at Graduation (uncredited)

Kiosha Lee ... Student Graduate (uncredited)
Bryan Lukasik ... Yearbook Editor (uncredited)

Karl J. Morris ... Graduation Attendee (uncredited)

Jackie Zane ... Faculty at Graduation (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Chapter Twenty-Three

29 October 2001

Season 2, Episode 2: Chapter Twenty-Four

5 November 2001

Season 2, Episode 3: Chapter Twenty-Five

12 November 2001

Season 2, Episode 4: Chapter Twenty-Six

19 November 2001


Chi McBride ... Steven Harper

Anthony Heald ... Scott Guber

Loretta Devine ... Marla Hendricks

Jeri Ryan ... Ronnie Cooke

Michael Rapaport ... Danny Hanson

Jessalyn Gilsig ... Lauren Davis

Nicky Katt ... Harry Senate
Christopher Babers ... Calvin Jobs (as Chris Babers)

Kathy Baker ... Meredith Peters

Linda Bisesti ... Mrs. Summers
Candice Bryant ... Student

Nancy Linehan Charles
Matt Doherty ... Lionel Pratt
Sean Gordon ... Dugeon student
Paul Jerome ... Clerk (as Paul Eric Jerome)

Cleo King ... Helene Parks

Tamara LaSeon Bass ... Debbie Nixon (as Tamara Bass)
Elizabeth Levin ... Sandra

J. Patrick McCormack ... Headmaster Hopkins

Joanne McGee ... Mrs. Judd

China Shavers ... Brooke Harper (as China Jesusita Shavers)

Barry Sigismondi ... Cop

Jennifer Tisdale ... Katie Cooper (as Jennifer Kelly Tisdale)

Lynn Whitfield ... Louanna Harper
Anthony Winters ... Mr. Hazelton (as Tony Winters)

Billy Zane ... Matthew Baskin

Ben Ziff ... Harley Spencer

Season 2, Episode 5: Chapter Twenty-Seven

26 November 2001

Season 2, Episode 6: Chapter Twenty-Eight

3 December 2001

Season 2, Episode 7: Chapter Twenty-Nine

10 December 2001

Season 2, Episode 8: Chapter Thirty

7 January 2002

Season 2, Episode 9: Chapter Thirty-One

14 January 2002

Season 2, Episode 10: Chapter Thirty-Two

21 January 2002

Season 2, Episode 11: Chapter Thirty-Three

28 January 2002

Season 2, Episode 12: Chapter Thirty-Five

4 February 2002


Chi McBride ... Steven Harper

Anthony Heald ... Scott Guber

Loretta Devine ... Marla Hendricks

Jeri Ryan ... Ronnie Cooke

Michael Rapaport ... Danny Hanson

Jessalyn Gilsig ... Lauren Davis

Nicky Katt ... Harry Senate
Timothy Bell ... Johnson

Drew Butler ... Captain

Gary Carlos Cervantes ... Bob Rivera (as Gary Cervantes)

Staci Cross ... Karen Moore (as Staci Latham Cross)

Nicholas Downs ... Mike Hoover
Agatha Drake ... Paula Sills (as Agatha Nishida Drake)
Melissa Esquivel ... Tara

Kurt Fuller ... Ken Thomas

Max Greenfield ... Sean Tallen

Sarah Hagan ... Melissa

Heavy D ... Mr. Lick / Big Boy (as Dwight 'Heavy D' Myers)

Gregg Henry ... Detective McGill

Judith Hoag ... Beth Thomas

Cody Kasch ... Austin Cooper

Michael Kirby ... Shane Birdsill

Sarah Lancaster ... Chrissy Fields

Tamara LaSeon Bass ... Debbie Nixon (as Tamara Bass)

Sharon Leal ... Marilyn Sudor
Scott Reitz ... Officer Malloy

Kevin Sheridan ... Wallace
Joseph Hunter Silcock ... Hunter Thomas
Alex Tondowski ... Teacher
Christian Barnes ... Classroom Student (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: Chapter Thirty-Six

11 February 2002

Season 2, Episode 14: Chapter Thirty-Four

18 February 2002


Chi McBride ... Steven Harper

Anthony Heald ... Scott Guber

Loretta Devine ... Marla Hendricks

Jeri Ryan ... Ronnie Cooke

Michael Rapaport ... Danny Hanson

Jessalyn Gilsig ... Lauren Davis

Nicky Katt ... Harry Senate

Eric Barry ... Landon
Melissa Esquivel ... Tara
Shea Farrell ... Officer Watts

Neil Flynn ... Walter Andrews

Joe Howard ... Minister Smiley

Erica Hubbard ... Cindy
Arthur Irvin ... Arthur

Victor Z. Isaac ... Zach Delray

Josh Keaton ... Martin Andrews

Tamara LaSeon Bass ... Debbie Nixon (as Tamara Bass)

Jordan Murphy ... Officer #2
Matthew Ness ... Bart (as Matthew David Ness)

Shane Nickerson ... Officer #1

China Shavers ... Brooke Harper (as China Jesusita Shavers)

Kevin Sheridan ... Wallace
Joseph Hunter Silcock ... Hunter Thomas
Mecca Umazar ... Jacobs

Marc Valera ... Shawn
Henry Fleming Wood ... Officer #2

Season 2, Episode 15: Chapter Thirty-Seven

25 February 2002

Season 2, Episode 16: Chapter Thirty-Eight

11 March 2002

Season 2, Episode 17: Chapter Thirty-Nine

18 March 2002

Season 2, Episode 18: Chapter Forty

22 April 2002

Season 2, Episode 19: Chapter Forty-One

29 April 2002

Season 2, Episode 20: Chapter Forty-Two

6 May 2002

Season 2, Episode 21: Chapter Forty-Three

13 May 2002

Season 2, Episode 22: Chapter Forty-Four

20 May 2002


Chi McBride ... Steven Harper

Anthony Heald ... Scott Guber

Loretta Devine ... Marla Hendricks

Jeri Ryan ... Ronnie Cooke

Michael Rapaport ... Danny Hanson

Jessalyn Gilsig ... Lauren Davis

Nicky Katt ... Harry Senate

Julie Claire ... A.D.A. Maskell
Michael Crider ... Dr. Bernard Morris
Fran Elliot ... Technician (as Fran Elliott)

Fyvush Finkel ... Harvey Lipschultz

Don Fischer ... Dr. Reyes

Jon Robert Hall ... Jon

Edwin Hodge ... Jamaal Crenshaw

Rashida Jones ... Louisa Fenn
Alison K. Miller ... Jennifer (as Alison Snuffer Miller)
Linda Klein ... Nurse

Sharon Leal ... Marilyn Sudor

David Norona ... Prosecutor

Russell Richardson ... Amaad Crenshaw

John Ryan Jr. ... Tyler

China Shavers ... Brooke Harper (as China Jesusita Shavers)

Armin Shimerman ... Judge Semel
Kia Skrine ... Sharon Parks

Paul Willson ... Attorney Conlin Barker
Jody Wood ... Detective Danby

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Chapter Forty-Five

21 October 2002

Season 3, Episode 2: Chapter Forty-Six

28 October 2002

Season 3, Episode 3: Chapter Forty-Seven

4 November 2002

Season 3, Episode 4: Chapter Forty-Eight

11 November 2002

Season 3, Episode 5: Chapter Forty-Nine

18 November 2002

Season 3, Episode 6: Chapter Fifty

25 November 2002

Season 3, Episode 7: Chapter Fifty-One

2 December 2002

Season 3, Episode 8: Chapter Fifty-Two

16 December 2002

Season 3, Episode 9: Chapter Fifty-Three

6 January 2003

Season 3, Episode 10: Chapter Fifty-Four

13 January 2003

Season 3, Episode 11: Chapter Fifty-Five

20 January 2003

Season 3, Episode 12: Chapter Fifty-Six

3 February 2003

Season 3, Episode 13: Chapter Fifty-Seven

10 February 2003

Season 3, Episode 14: Chapter Fifty-Eight

24 February 2003

Season 3, Episode 15: Chapter Fifty-Nine

3 March 2003

Season 3, Episode 16: Chapter Sixty

10 March 2003

Season 3, Episode 17: Chapter Sixty-One

17 March 2003

Season 3, Episode 18: Chapter Sixty-Two

31 March 2003

Season 3, Episode 19: Chapter Sixty-Three

7 April 2003

Season 3, Episode 20: Chapter Sixty-Four

28 April 2003

Season 3, Episode 21: Chapter Sixty-Five

5 May 2003

Season 3, Episode 22: Chapter Sixty-Six

12 May 2003


Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Chapter Sixty-Seven

19 September 2003


Chi McBride ... Steven Harper

Anthony Heald ... Scott Guber

Loretta Devine ... Marla Hendricks

Sharon Leal ... Marilyn Sudor

Jeri Ryan ... Ronnie Cooke

Natalia Baron ... Carmen Torres

Michael Rapaport ... Danny Hanson

Fyvush Finkel ... Harvey Lipschultz

Michael Cavanaugh ... Judge Boilings

Amanda Fuller ... Marie Watson

Andy Umberger ... Keller

Patrick John Flueger ... Joseph Prager (as Patrick Flueger)

Bryan Greenberg ... Mr. Freeman

Angela Oh ... Karen

Larry Anderson ... Mr. Watson
Wesley Barker ... Wilkes

James Bearb ... Student
Anthony DiCocco ... High School Wrestler
Josh Durante ... Bey
Michael Elkington ... Stuttering Adult #2

Breon Gorman ... Mrs. Watson

Jesse Head ... Jason Porter

Brendan Hill ... Harding

Kathy McGraw ... Stuttering Adult #1

Pablo Santos ... Student
Duane R. Shepard Sr. ... Clerk
Samantha Thomas ... Susan Bayer

Patrice Walters ... Rebecca Phillips
Jull Weber ... Musical theater student
Blair Wingo ... Nancy

Season 4, Episode 2: Chapter Sixty-Eight

26 September 2003
Cheerleading rivalry takes a nasty turn that reopens an old wound between two competitive moms - Candy Sobell & Angela Sanchez; an electric shock causes a student to believe he's Jesus; a shy teenage girl's fling troubles Carmen, who's vexed by the wallflower's swaggering boyfriend Jake.

Season 4, Episode 3: Chapter Sixty-Nine

3 October 2003
A female student makes a severe accusation against Danny Hanson; a political debate puts one student's life in jeopardy in new teacher Carmen Torres' class; and the tension between Harper and Guber reaches its peak when it comes to their feelings for Marylin.

Season 4, Episode 4: Chapter Seventy

17 October 2003

Season 4, Episode 5: Chapter Seventy-One

24 October 2003

Season 4, Episode 6: Chapter Seventy-Two

31 October 2003

Season 4, Episode 7: Chapter Seventy-Three

7 November 2003

Season 4, Episode 8: Chapter Seventy-Four

5 December 2003


Chi McBride ... Steven Harper

Anthony Heald ... Scott Guber

Loretta Devine ... Marla Hendricks

Sharon Leal ... Marilyn Sudor

Jeri Ryan ... Ronnie Cooke

Natalia Baron ... Carmen Torres

Michael Rapaport ... Danny Hanson

Fyvush Finkel ... Harvey Lipschultz

Missy Yager ... Claire Ellison

Dana Wheeler-Nicholson ... FBI Agent Monica Price

Helen Slater ... Mrs. McNeal

Courtney Peldon ... Becky
Te'Amir Sweeney ... Khalid Mubarik

Faran Tahir ... Mr. Mubarik

Thomas Dekker ... Julien McNeal

Raymond Braun
J.D. Crew ... David

Blue Deckert ... Jim McNeal

Ariana Delawari ... Monique
Jake Dinwiddie ... Steve Gough
Louis Falk ... Wilbur Stowe

Fuschia! ... Barbara Darnell (as Fuschia)

Craig Gellis ... Tatoo Kid

Joey Gray ... Alex Freed
Wanya Green ... Regina Washington

David Guzzone ... Joe Arnold

J.A.Q. ... Sam Gough
Ritu Lal ... Sabeen Mubarek
Christopher Khayman Lee ... Himself
Mischa Mandel ... Jeff Barnum

Hayley Marie Norman ... Lupe Jimenez
Walter Novak ... Manny
Derrelle Owens ... Brian
Scott L. Treger ... Boston Police Arresting Officer

Shannon Woodward ... Marianne Karr
James Townsend ... Student (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 9: Chapter Seventy-Five

12 December 2003

Season 4, Episode 10: Chapter Seventy-Six

19 December 2003

Season 4, Episode 11: Chapter Seventy-Seven

16 January 2004

Season 4, Episode 12: Chapter Seventy-Eight

23 January 2004

Season 4, Episode 13: Chapter Seventy-Nine

30 January 2004