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Roy Till Called 

Nancy gets a surprise call from the DEA - to give her Peter's pension and insurance money; Nancy is torn between giving the money to Valerie or bailing Doug out of the mess he has made ... See full summary »

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Celia Hodes
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Heylia James (credit only)
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Conrad Shepard
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Silas Botwin
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Shane Botwin
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Dean Hodes
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Isabelle Hodes
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Andy Botwin
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Valerie Scottson
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Ann Carilli
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Sanjay
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Tim Scottson
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Nancy gets a surprise call from the DEA - to give her Peter's pension and insurance money; Nancy is torn between giving the money to Valerie or bailing Doug out of the mess he has made through his creative accounting; Dean is enjoying making Celia's life miserable as she is forced to take care of him; Conrad continues to teach Silas the growing business; Nancy's friendship with Valerie hits the skids when Valerie finds out about the insurance money; an unannounced visit to Sullivan's office by Celia reveals something shocking to her about his relationship with Nancy. Written by Alarmanwp

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15 October 2007 (USA)  »

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During the theme song the banner that displays the city's name Agrestic, changes to majestic because of the merging cities See more »

Quotes

Doug Wilson: I can't go to prison. There's no sushi in prison. Unless you count dick!
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Features Wii Sports (2006) See more »

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Everywhere
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Performed by Pink Martini
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