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Matt is far from amused suddenly to be phoned and hence paged in hospital during his orderly duty by successive relatives, which might even get him fired. Simon keeps calling, but instead of picking him up and driving him for $20 with college date Lulu, big brother semi-accidentally snaps her up himself. Eric calls in vain as with everyone he asks for a 'guys pool night', but has a blast with parish bachelorettes, so Annie shouldn't have bothered and just enjoyed her restaurant 'work date' with her child psychology professor. Lucy is off course refused relieve 'babysitting' her school project egg and works it out on her charming, visiting lab partner. Mary frustrates everyone just failing to be clear about joining in the Friday 'private hour' of her waiter colleagues, teenage parent couple Johhny and 'Frankie'. Written by KGF Vissers

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16 October 2000 (USA)  »

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Frankie: [about Johnny] He's not such a bad guy, you know. He wanted to go to college, too, major in English Lit, and be a writer.
Mary Camden: Hey, we all still have plenty of time to be whatever it is we want to be, right?
Frankie: Right.
[baby starts crying from her crib]
Frankie: Whatever I'm going to be doesn't change who I already am: a mom.
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