Ugly Betty (2006–2010)
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Daniel lets the leaders from the Community of the Phoenix call the shots at Mode, and Bennett's promises to reunite Daniel with his dead wife prompt Betty to action. She schemes with Claire... See full summary »

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Betty Suarez
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Daniel Meade
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Ignacio Suarez (credit only)
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Hilda Suarez (credit only)
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Claire Meade
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Amanda Tanen
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Justin Suarez (credit only)
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Matt Hartley
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Wilhelmina Slater
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Natalie
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Bennett Wallis
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Suzuki St. Pierre
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Molly
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Nico Slater
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Daniel lets the leaders from the Community of the Phoenix call the shots at Mode, and Bennett's promises to reunite Daniel with his dead wife prompt Betty to action. She schemes with Claire on breaking through to him with an ingenious plan and finds unlikely allies in Matt and Amanda. Meanwhile, Wilhemina has let herself go, wearing sweats and garden clogs in public, prompting a tabloid feeding frenzy and spurring Marc to dig deeper into Nico's mystery. Written by ABC Publicity

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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27 November 2009 (USA)  »

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Numba 1 (Tides Is High)
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Performed by Jason Harrow (as Kardinal Offishall), Dwayne Chin-Quee (aka Supa Dups) and John Holt
Performed by Jason Harrow (as Kardinal Offishall) featuring Rihanna
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