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Although their earlier visit did not go very well, Ruth suggests they invite George's estranged son Kyle for dinner. She's also thinking of inviting a friend of hers and introduce them. ... See full summary »

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Nate Fisher
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Ruth Fisher
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Claire Fisher
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Federico 'Rico' Diaz
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Keith Charles
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George Sibley
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Russell Corwin
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Jake
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Sophia (as Idalis de Leon)
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Anita Miller
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Carolyn Pope
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Anne Marie Thornton
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Although their earlier visit did not go very well, Ruth suggests they invite George's estranged son Kyle for dinner. She's also thinking of inviting a friend of hers and introduce them. Nate goes to a grief management class but has trouble relating to the other participants. At the funeral home, Rico and Dave console Anne Thornton's husband who blames himself for his wife's death. Claire doesn't react well to criticism of her self-portraiture photos. David picks up an apparently stranded motorist but it all turns nightmarish for him. Written by garykmcd

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Keith talks about a "Japanese horror flick they want Celeste to do the remake for". The reference is to The Grudge (2004), which starred Sarah Michelle Gellar. Michelle Trachtenberg, who plays Celeste, also played Gellar's (as title role) little sister Dawn in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997). See more »

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At approximately 20:00, while Brenda is eating and talking with her mom, the large cowl collar on her mom's sweater changes position each time the shot goes back to her. See more »

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Brenda: So how's it going with Olivier?
Margaret: He's a very passionate man. He's lot of fun if you don't take him too seriously. And he's completely supportive of my decision to have vaginal rejuvenating surgery.
Brenda: [disgusted] Awww, mom!
Margaret: Darling, I've had a couple of children. You expecially took your toll. I mean, c'mon, no one wants to fuck a glass of water, if you know what I'm saying.
Brenda: [puts away the glass of water she's drinking]
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"The Hitchhiker's Guide to Hell"
20 June 2006 | by (Lindenhurst, IL) – See all my reviews

I've seen very few episodes of this show, but I happened to catch this one, and it "stayed with me" for awhile, to say the least. Here's a show recap from the epguides web-site, but it really doesn't do it justice:

>>>On the way home from retrieving a body, David picks up a hitchhiker, who then takes him for a ride. At the funeral home, Ruth plans to match her friend Becky, a cashier at the Fabric Shop and George's son Kyle up as a couple which George feels uncomfortable talking about. He believes she is meddling and to worry about her own children.

Nate attends a Bereavement Support Group which offers little comfort. Brenda discusses her relationship with Joe to her mother Margaret over lunch. Federico attempts to break ties with Sophia, who asks that they should go out on a date.<<<

The hitchhiker story is the one that stands out. Michael Weston makes his first appearance on SFU as "Jake", and you'll probably never want to stop and help a stranded roadside person in need again after spending "quality" time with "Jake"!


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