When Jo hits financial hard times, Jake offers to help her. But she rudely blows him off and starts acting crazy when he asks too many questions. Things come to light when Jo tells him ... See full summary »

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When Jo hits financial hard times, Jake offers to help her. But she rudely blows him off and starts acting crazy when he asks too many questions. Things come to light when Jo tells him about her leaving her alcoholic husband in New York. Meanwhile, Jane loses her job when the boutique shop she works in goes out of business. But when she is hired as a clothing designer by Kay Beacon, the head designer at a prestigious company, Jane puts off getting pregnant again. Matt continues his legal threads and when he is offered a nice settlement and his job back, he drops the lawsuit. Also, Billy has a toothache, has it checked, comes back high on medication, and has dreams involving a romance-mined Alison. Written by Anonymous

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18 November 1992 (USA)  »

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Jane Andrews Mancini: God, she gets me so mad. She's rude, vain, opinionated...
Dr. Michael Mancini: The collective term is 'bitch.'
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The Whole Truth (#1.16)
3 June 2017 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Jake and Jo spend some time together and he notices that she is not telling the whole truth. So he confronts her and she ends up telling him about her life. Jane gets a job as a jr designer and wants to postpone having a baby. And Billy has an erotic dream about Allison. Matt goes for the settlement instead of fighting his case.

Jo and Jake spending time together did go pretty well. Although what she told him about herself doesn't seem to be so extraordinary as she tried to make it look. Maybe there is more to it.

I liked Matt's story even though it was pretty short in this episode. Him meeting a guy who was coming to the meetings before and see how he helped him making him to want just go back to work instead of going for money because he wanted to keep helping was very sweet.

Billy having the dream and Allison watching was really funny. Especially as she told her a dinosaur was involved.


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