After Billy's father suddenly dies from a massive heart attack, his older sister, Celeste, arrives in town and tries to convince him that his father really did love him. Alison arrives from... See full summary »

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After Billy's father suddenly dies from a massive heart attack, his older sister, Celeste, arrives in town and tries to convince him that his father really did love him. Alison arrives from Seattle for the funeral and finds that her home is in Los Angeles. Meanwhile, Rhonda is still steaming with envy when Carrie continues to try to win Terrence's affections. Also, Michael helps Kimberly with her plumbing problem in her apartment and must resist temptation to her. Written by Anonymous

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24 March 1993 (USA)  »

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When Billy is at the airport to pick up his sister Celeste, who is arriving form out of town, they are coming out from the Departures level at LAX, evidenced by a sign on the wall at the bottom of the staircase that reads "To All Gates" and when they exit the building they are clearly walking on the upper level. All Arrivals are on the lower level at LAX. See more »

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Jane Andrews Mancini: What's wrong Billy?
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The Way We Were
Written by Marvin Hamlisch, Alan Bergman and Marilyn Bergman
Performed by Gladys Knight
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End Game (#1.26)
15 June 2017 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Billy's father dies. When getting ready for the funeral Billy decides that he should take over the furniture store. At the end his mom convinces him that his dad would want him to be a writer. Alison that comes for the funeral is there for Billy and at the end she decides that she doesn't want to leave LA anymore.

A great episode. Very emotional. I liked how they showed Billy not wanting to talk to Amanda but the calling Alison. It was kind of a good scene to show that him and Amanda are done for good. The idea of him taking over a store was also good, it showed a reasonable way he would feel after his father's death but his family and friends made sure he doesn't do it.

And Alison stays! Great news, something that I expected but glad that they didn't waste more episodes with her in Seattle for it.


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