Joan of Arcadia: Season 1, Episode 18

Requiem for a Third Grade Ashtray (12 Mar. 2004)

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Joan is still struggling with Adam and Iris being together, but she agrees to help him set up his art at a coffee shop. Luke is sick at home and Joan tries to help her mom out by checking ... See full summary »

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Joan is still struggling with Adam and Iris being together, but she agrees to help him set up his art at a coffee shop. Luke is sick at home and Joan tries to help her mom out by checking on him and cooking dinner. When he realizes he needs something in his notebook that Grace has, Joan goes on a hunt for it. She is having trouble meeting all her responsibilities and feels guilty about failing at handling adult tasks. Kevin believes he has feeling where he hasn't since the accident and is hopeful that he is experiencing neural regeneration. Meanwhile, Will is stuck in an elevator with an embezzler and a woman who gives birth. Written by Horomnizon

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Joan: Are you there, God? It's me, Joan... and you suck!
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Written by Carl Barc and Pawel Sek
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