Joan sees a newscaster on TV speak to her as God, but doesn't get to see what message He has when Will turns it off. The next day, God tells Joan that he wants her to take pride in her work and stop shirking. Joining the Advanced-Placement chemistry class that Luke is already in, Joan gets to work with Gothic rebel Grace Polk, and intelligent but distant suspected drug-user Adam Rove. Will attempts to solve an arson case, but has to deal with political opposition. Helen wants Kevin to start moving on in his life by learning to drive a car with hand-controls, but he is angry that he is not expected to pay for the vehicle himself and feels as though others' respect and expectations for him have fallen. Written by
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[the previous night God had appeared on TV and Joan's father turned off the TV
Hey kid, it's me. You need proof? Fine. Sometimes you like to practice french kissing yourself in the mirror.
Why do you have to be so mean? Look, that was my Dad who turned you off last night, so if there's some kind of penalty, then I think...
Fine. He shall spend all of eternity burning in hell.
No, no, no, no, my dad's a really great guy.
I'm kidding. There's no penalty for turning me off. Hey, just because I ...
References Rain Man
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