Dan inadvertently leaves his digital camera in 1984, which drastically changes the time line.

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Jack Vasser
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Hugh Skillen
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Zack Vasser
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Dr. Theresa Sanchez
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Elliot Langley
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Annette Barron
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Sandra Cupper
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Gus
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Dewey Boyd
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Christopher Cupper
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Dan flashes back to 1984 to save teenager Christopher Cupper and his eye-impaired would-be-painter ma Sandra from crashing with their camper into a ravine. Dan's worries about the possible effect of leaving behind a digital camera seem unwarranted, until he discovers his darling son Zac has been replaced by a girl, which his wife wants to keep instead anyhow. He has to deal with the Cuppers in both time zones, guessing Christopher's tech-nerd-friend Dewey Boyd is the key. Meanwhile brother Jack faces his upcoming fatherhood and leans heavily on his FBI contact until he traces a NASA physicist. Written by KGF Vissers

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17 December 2007 (USA)  »

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Livia's birthday is revealed as March 3, 1923. See more »

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Caroline Vasser: Are you mad?
Dan Vasser: Yeah. Sorry. I shouldn't have talked like that.
Caroline Vasser: Do you want to know what I do when I'm mad?
Dan Vasser: What?
Caroline Vasser: Sometimes I scream. And sometimes I think of red licorice.
Dan Vasser: [chuckles; smiles] Red licorice?
Caroline Vasser: See, it works.
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Everything after the initial shot of traffic on the Golden Gate Bridge is actually moving backwards (pigeons flying, city traffic, Ferry Building clock hands, etc.) See more »

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