Grounded for Life: Season 1, Episode 9

Eddie's Dead (4 Apr. 2001)

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Sean claims their dad has always taken Eddie's side and refuses to talk Eddie up to a single woman because the one time it lead to a relationship, Eddie faked his own death to get out of the relationship.

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Eddie Karr ...
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Father O'Connor
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Sean claims their dad has always taken Eddie's side and refuses to talk Eddie up to a single woman because the one time it lead to a relationship, Eddie faked his own death to get out of the relationship.

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The show's title is a play on "Freddie's Dead" a song by Curtis Mayfield recorded in 1972, used as the theme song for the film Super Fly. See more »

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