October Road (2007–2008)
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How to Kiss Hello 

Nick loses his job, Ray proposes marriage to Hannah, and Eddie tries to convince Janet that she's the one he wants.

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Nick Garrett
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Hannah Daniels
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Owen Rowan
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Physical Phil
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The Commander
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Ikey
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Sam
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Ray 'Big Cat' Cataldo
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Aubrey (as Odette Yustman)
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Pizza Girl
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Casper
Yara Brighton ...
Lotte
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Rooster
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Nick wakes up happy and optimistic, but soon loses his job and is turned down by Hannah. Hannah has Ray over for dinner, and he brings a ring in a box. Aubrey returns, and it turns out she has written a book that seems to include Nick as a character. Homecoming approaches, and with it the anniversary of Eddie's legendary high school touchdown, but Eddie wants to exchange the usual adoring girls with a relationship with Janet. Written by Peter Brandt Nielsen

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wedding proposal | touch down | See All (2) »

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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TV-PG
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26 November 2007 (USA)  »

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Eddie Latekka: Hey Janet, can I get a beer?
Janet The Planet Meadows: You know this whole you and me going to the homecoming game? It's a bad idea. It's not going to work. Cause here's the thing. I'm not taxes. I'm not the dentist. I'm not something you get out of the way.
Eddie Latekka: What?
Janet The Planet Meadows: I'm also not like the other girls you've been with. I'm not a cute cashier. I don't know how to make waffle cones. I'm not another stop along the Eddie Latekka conquest trail... I'm not perky like Susan. I don't know how to bat my eyes like Lottie and I ...
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