8 Simple Rules: Season 2, Episode 6

No Right Way (11 Nov. 2003)
"8 Simple Rules... for Dating My Teenage Daughter" No Right Way (original title)

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Cate is unprepared for the diverse reactions exhibited by Bridget and Kerry on their first day back to school since their father's death. Meanwhile, Jim tries his best to be helpful by ... See full summary »

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Jenna Sharpe (as Nikki Danielle Moore)
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Cate is unprepared for the diverse reactions exhibited by Bridget and Kerry on their first day back to school since their father's death. Meanwhile, Jim tries his best to be helpful by making some questionable home improvements to the Hennessy home. Written by Anonymous

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