Party of Five (1994–2000)
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Bailey considers moving to Philadelphia to go back to college following Joe's advice, but has some complications when Owen does not want to go with him and Charlie tells Bailey about ... See full summary »

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Bailey Salinger
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Charlie Salinger
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Kirsten Bennett Salinger
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Will McCorkle
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Daphne Jablonsky
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Griffin Holbrook
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Victor
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Todd Marsh
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Luke
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Jason Kimball
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Beth Colt
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Joe Mangus
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Owen Salinger
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Bailey considers moving to Philadelphia to go back to college following Joe's advice, but has some complications when Owen does not want to go with him and Charlie tells Bailey about keeping their parental responsibilities. Meanwhile, Julia ponders a choice to moving to Washington D.C. for a magazine internship job and being away from Justin and the rest of the family. Claudia ponders going to Julliard Academy of Music in New York or staying near Todd in San Francisco, where Ross persuades Claudia to take the scholarship and not pass up an opportunity like this. Also, Daphne confides in Charlie about her problems with Luke who wants a job in Texas and leaves no time for her to be with little Diana. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Family

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3 May 2000 (USA)  »

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Closer to Five
Composed by Sammy Llanas (as Sam Llanas) and Kurt Neumann
Performed by the BoDeans
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