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Father's Day 

On Father's Day, Mitch is given a package by his mother, Irene, that belonged to his father dating back to 1988. But Mitch is hesitant to open it since his late father never approved of him... See full summary »

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C.J. Parker (credit only)
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Matt Brody
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Caroline Holden
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Logan Fowler (as Jaason Simmons)
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Garner Ellerbee (as Gregory Alan-Williams) (credit only)
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Steven Hartman ...
Mark
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Brent
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Phil (as Mark Phelan)
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Jason Fowler (as Steffen Gregory Foster)
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Michael 'Newmie' Newman
Christopher Newman ...
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On Father's Day, Mitch is given a package by his mother, Irene, that belonged to his father dating back to 1988. But Mitch is hesitant to open it since his late father never approved of him being a lifeguard. Meanwhile, Logan is suddenly struck with fear whenever confronted by fire. After Logan freezes during a rescue of a boat fire, Caroline persuades him to see a therapist which resurfaces the memories of his father's death during a similar boat fire incident. Also, Matt doesn't look forward to Father's Day since his own self-serving father is never around. Written by Anonymous

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27 February 1995 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Episode dedicated to Dr. Archer S. Gordon (1921-1994), father of the cardiopulmonary resuscitation technique. See more »

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The "baby" Mitch rescues from the burning boat is obviously a doll; a featureless face and synthetic hair are even briefly visible in one shot. See more »

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