Benton has to attend a banquet at Vucelich's home and asks Jeanie to go with him. Mark hesitates to tell Rachel about the divorce.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mr. Krawczyk (as Tim De Zarn)
Karen Hardy
Dave Donovan, DCFS
Barbara Dean


Mark's hesitating about telling Rachel about the divorce but realizes he has to. Rachel meanwhile doesn't like Susan being around when she and Mark go ice-skating. Benton has to attend a banquet at Vucelich's home and, after Carter laughs at the idea of Benton going with his sister Jackie, asks Jeanie to go with him. Carter does everything he can to get rid of Mrs. and Mr. Rubadoux and a kilt wearing Morgenstern ends up in the ER with a broken leg. Written by Marco van Hoof <>

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Drama | Romance




Release Date:

25 January 1996 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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[Ruby is mad at Carter for lying to him about his wife]
Dr. John Carter: What do you want from me?
Jules 'Ruby' Rubadoux: The truth!
Dr. John Carter: Fine, your wife is dying and she isn't leaving this hospital!
Jules 'Ruby' Rubadoux: Thank you!
[Ruby storms out]
Dr. John Carter: Ruby... I'm sorry.
Jules 'Ruby' Rubadoux: Call me "Mr. Roubadoux!"
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References The Little Mermaid (1989) See more »

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True Lies (#2.12)
5 December 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This episode deals with telling the truth even when it is inconvenient and hard to do. I must say I was a bit bored through most of the episodes, but the way the stories ended was pretty good in most cases. One would be the long story of Ruby finally finding out that his wife is dying. This is pretty sad considering how much he was hoping. his final scene with Carter was pretty moving.

Mark tells his daughter than him and her mother are getting divorced. The scene when she was leaving was actually pretty good considering that the kid is awful most of the times.

The story of the dying alcoholic and he daughter was a bit annoying at first, as those adult kids who can't get over the fact that their parents had an addiction are an annoying casualty on such TV shows. yet the death scene was greatly done.

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