October Road (2007–2008)
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We Lived Like Giants 

Hannah, Janet and Pizza Girl go on a girls' night out, Eddie and Phil babysit, and Commander has an appointment with an oncologist.

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Nick Garrett
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Hannah Daniels
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Eddie Latekka
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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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Janet
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Pizza Girl
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Gabriel Diaz
Brian Barney ...
Sully's Townie
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Nick reveals to Owen that Aubrey's dad is "a marked man". The conversation turns to Fate and Owen says that one can mould one's fate like he does by trying to find the woman who saved his life. Which proves more difficult than he thought. Janet invites Pizza Girl to a girl's night out with her and Hannah. Hannah's baby sitter has become unavailable so Eddie and Phil have to substitute. The Commander has an appointment with an oncologist, which gives him the urge to join his sons, Owen, Aubrey and her dad on their trip. Hannah is having problems with decisions concerning the wedding. Written by Toni Tapola, Finland

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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11 February 2008 (USA)  »

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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Home Is Where The Heart Is
Performed by Kelly Slattery
Written by Kelly Slattery
Courtesy of Monknboo Productions
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