Party of Five: Season 5, Episode 17

Fam-i-ly (3 Mar. 1999)

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All of the Salingers come to mean frustration that threatens to tear the family apart starting when Bailey and Charlie begin to verbally quarrel over custody of Owen since both brothers do ... See full summary »

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All of the Salingers come to mean frustration that threatens to tear the family apart starting when Bailey and Charlie begin to verbally quarrel over custody of Owen since both brothers do not want to back down on trying to raise Owen by themselves. Meanwhile, Julia feels left out when Bailey and Charlie take out their frustration on her. But due to Claudia's suspicious, and after a meeting with Maggie, both Bailey and Charlie confront Julia on an alarming truth about Ned's abuse. For Sarah, family means something new about which she doesn't see eye to eye with her adoptive mother who has decided to get married again. Written by Anonymous

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A Burning Flame
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Written and Performed by Brent David Fraser
Produced with Martin Blasick
Used courtesy of Motion City Records and Stratherrick Publishers
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