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Life's short. Mike, Sr.'s approaching 50. He doesn't seem to be happy about it. Ruth is organizing a surprise birthday party for him at the roadhouse. Usually Judy's night off she learns she... See full synopsis »

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(as Mike Vejar)

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Jeff Metcalf
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Caroline Hailey (as Sammi Davis-Voss)
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Mike Sloan, Sr.
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Ruth Sloan
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Ginger Szabo
Harry O'Reilly ...
Sgt. Charlie Hailey
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Anne Metcalf
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Judy Owen
Giuliana Santini ...
Gina Sloan
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Al Kahn
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Linda Metcalf
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Abe Davis
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Gloria Davis
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Dr. McGee
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Johnny
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Life's short.

Mike, Sr.'s approaching 50. He doesn't seem to be happy about it. Ruth is organizing a surprise birthday party for him at the roadhouse. Usually Judy's night off she learns she has to work on account of everyone else being out. Then she learns that the party is for Mike when she runs into him at their table. They pretend not to know each other. Judy is unnerved. Jeff lets the cat out of the bag about them being on the train together on the way to Detroit. Mike attempts to apologize Judy for pretending not to know her.

Abe's worried he's losing his memory like his father did because of his age and behavior both his wife and mother notice.

Anne's sick. She has to be taken to the hospital. It's polio. The Metcalf/Kahn household is quarantined for a week. The whole town is on pins and needles. Mike offers Judy his personal physician should she finds herself in need. Caroline is scornful of Gina and her daughter who may have gotten the virus from Charlie. She tells her that's ...

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Drama | History | Romance | War

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17 December 1992 (USA)  »

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