Daniel wonders about his 'actual' conversations with Jezus, a sudden interruption and a little girl, which claims to have the same 'friend'. Adam is impatient to have little choice while in... See full summary »

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Daniel Webster
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Judith Webster
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Peter Webster
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Adam Webster
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Grace Webster
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Jesus Christ
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Roger Paxton (credit only)
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Bishop Beatrice Congreve
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Victoria Conlin
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Kristine Ho
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Worth Webster
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Adele Congreve
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Yoda
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Daniel wonders about his 'actual' conversations with Jezus, a sudden interruption and a little girl, which claims to have the same 'friend'. Adam is impatient to have little choice while in college, but enjoys his and Peter's research adviser Christine, a fellow ethnic Chinese. Alas, when he confides in her that Peter is gay, she effectively treats him differently. Yoda wins Grace's heart by converting her manga to DVD. Alas he takes Adam's courting advise painfully literally, which causes the brothers to fight. Judith gets in-law Worthy's support to re-enter politics. Written by KGF Vissers

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Book of Daniel canceled!
14 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Was one of my very favorite shows, while it lasted. Darn those that got it canceled.

I am completely tired of the American Family Association and the rest of the religious right flexing their muscle, at the expense of the rest of us. I am interested in starting an organization specifically to block these kinds of actions by the religious right: like getting Book of Daniel canceled, boycotting Disney for offering employee benefits to same sex partners, and of course their political influence. The religious right has large numbers that carry a lot of influence, but there are just as many people who feel like you and me. We need to show our numbers to the TV networks, TV show sponsors, and politicians. We should threaten a counter-boycott when the AMA makes its threats, so as to nullify their influence. If you share this interest, or have any constructive ideas or thoughts, please respond!


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