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I Wasn't Expecting That! 

Kevin is caught unaware on a domestic violence call, and he gets beaten by the wife. Simon is about to leave for college, and no one seems to notice. Ruthie & Peter have a school project to complete. Martin becomes part of the family.

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Kevin is caught unaware on a domestic violence call, and he gets beaten by the wife. Simon is about to leave for college, and no one seems to notice. Ruthie & Peter have a school project to complete. Martin becomes part of the family.

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Drama | Family | Romance

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6 October 2003 (USA)  »

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When the role of Martin Brewer (Tyler Hoechlin), the son of an U.S. soldier originally went out to be cast in May 2003 for the next season the character's original name was Joe. He was also supposed to be a bad kid who would create a lot of trouble for Ruthie Camden (Mackenzie Rosman) and the rest of her family. Although, once actor Tyler Hoechlin was cast in the role they changed the name of the character as well as the personality of the character to fit more into the family fold. See more »

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Simon Camden: The situation could get out of control, me leaving and all.
Rev. Eric Camden: What are you afraid will happen, that I'll throw myself at your legs and make a scene on the bus station?
Simon Camden: Dad, I'm not worried about you making a scene. But you do sometimes get this... moist look in the corner of your eye.
Rev. Eric Camden: And that bothers you, my moistness?
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Ya Got Trouble
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Written by Meredith Willson
Performed by Richard Lewis and Stephen Collins
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