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Natural Born Grendlers 

With narration by Yale, some problems intensify. Morgan seeks to escape reality, Alonzo suffers from severe depression, and the colonists need to supplement their food supply. Bess now tries to barter with a Grendler.

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Devon Adair
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John Danziger
Sullivan Walker ...
Yale
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Dr. Julia Heller
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Bess Martin
John Gegenhuber ...
Morgan Martin
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Ulysses Adair
J. Madison Wright ...
True Danziger
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Alonzo Solace
Tierre Turner ...
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Walter Norman ...
Walman
Marcia Magus ...
Magus
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Baines
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With narration by Yale, some problems intensify. Morgan seeks to escape reality, Alonzo suffers from severe depression, and the colonists need to supplement their food supply. Bess now tries to barter with a Grendler.

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28 May 1995 (USA)  »

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Though aired as the next-to-last episode by NBC, "Natural Born Grendlers" wasn't intended to be shown so late. The fact that Alonzo still wears his splint places it early in the series' run. Some other clues in the episode place it between "Life Lessons" and "Promises, Promises": Alonzo gains a cut on his forehead in "Natural Born Grendlers" which is still visible in "Promises, Promises". Also, the horse that was first featured in "Life Lessons" can be seen in the background in "Natural Born Grendlers". See more »

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