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From Here to Maternity 

Against her doctor's orders to ease her work load, Alison goes to D&D to meet with a client. Meanwhile, Michael hires Megan as the new receptionist at Burns-Mancini practice despite Peter's... See full summary »

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Against her doctor's orders to ease her work load, Alison goes to D&D to meet with a client. Meanwhile, Michael hires Megan as the new receptionist at Burns-Mancini practice despite Peter's wariness. Kimberly is hospitalized and is told of a new problem in her medical condition that could help her or kill her. With Samantha's help, Matt tries to find his runaway niece while he argues with his mother over who will take custody of Chelsea. Amanda invites Craig for a weekend drive up the coast where she tells him of a new turn in her life of vowing to be celibate for an indefinite period. Sydney meets Hilda Morris, the woman suing her, and her sleazy lawyer, Harry Dean, who make it clear that they will not back down from the lawsuit and plan to take all assets that Sydney owns. At the end, Samantha's ex-con father, Jim Reilly, suddenly shows up for a surprise visit. Written by Anonymous

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17 March 1997 (USA)  »

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Matt Fielding: I want you and your homophobia out of my house. Now.
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