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Liberty Ride 

After getting married in Canada, newlyweds Michael and Ben are stopped at the U.S. border; Mel goes into labor; The Liberty Ride enters the final stretch.

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
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Melanie Marcus
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Professor Ben Bruckner
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Lindsay Peterson
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Brian Kinney
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Justin Taylor
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Michael Novotny
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Debbie Novotny
Jack Wetherall ...
Vic Grassi
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James 'Hunter' Montgomery
Brad Austin ...
Blair
Gary Brennan ...
Rodney
Sarah Dodd ...
Maternity Ward Nurse
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Connor James (as Adam Harrington)
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Storyline

Michael and Ben have trouble crossing into the United States as a married couple. Ted and Emmett get lost in the woods on the way to a 12-step meeting, while Brian takes a nasty fall and breaks his collarbone. Melanie goes into labor. 'Rage' is given the green light. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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TV-MA | See all certifications »
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Release Date:

18 July 2004 (USA)  »

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Goofs

Justin leaves California in the morning (possibly sometime before noon) and therefore, would not be in Pittsburgh until sometime after 7 p.m. Since it is winter, he would not be back when the sun is up. He's also surprised that Brett was up when he comes into the kitchen. This would be early morning (possibly 8 or 9 a.m.) which would make the time in Pittsburgh either 11 or noon so he would never make it back to Pittsburgh before sunset. See more »

Quotes

[Ted and Emmett are lost in the middle of nowhere]
Emmett Honeycutt: I think we should have taken a left at this little squiggle here.
Ted Schmidt: I thought you knew how to read a map!
Emmett Honeycutt: Of course I know how to read a map. You go down this road, make a left at 'Up Yours', then continue on about 3 miles to 'Go Fuck Yourself'.
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References Midnight (1934) See more »

Soundtracks

Oh Happy Day
(uncredited)
Written by Philip Doddridge and Edward F. Rimbault
Arranged by Edwin Hawkins
Performed by The Edwin Hawkins Singers
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