Luke is in a coma, and dreams of his parents reuniting with each other. Frank deals with his past in his home town.
I found this show filled with messages about love, family, and letting go of mistakes from the past. It leaves the viewer re-evaluating some of his/her own life experiences. The characters felt real and were very likable from the beginning of the episode. There was a scene with an old timer who recognized Frank and mentioned how Frank and his father were so different. The scene didn't fit well; it needed more information in it to connect smoothly with the story line. The scene with Luke in Pirates Cave with his father was a nice little twist in the story since a year earlier his father had tried to save him. I enjoy viewing this episode multiple times. I happened to record all of them when they first aired.
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