Jim's focus on catching a park shooter pulls parental attention away from his family, where Daphne crashes a senior party and runt JJ becomes a strategizing giant on the football field.

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Storyline

While patrolling the park at night in an effort to catch a mugger, Jim is mistaken for a murderous vigilante who has begun targeting the robbers; Stephanie makes a discovery that could explain how she and her family got their powers; Daphne uses her telepathic abilities to get into an exclusive party reserved for only the cool high school kids; and JJ tries out for the football team - with a lot of help from his powers. Written by ABC Publicity

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Action | Comedy | Drama | Sci-Fi

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TV-PG
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19 October 2010 (USA)  »

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Trivia

In search of a suspect, Jim Powell and George St. Cloud visit a "south-side bar" named "Nicky St. Hubbins". This is also the name of the bar in Misery Loves Company (1995). See more »

Goofs

In the end football scene, there is a pep band heard in the background during game play. There is a penalty in high school football for any pep band playing during game play. See more »

Quotes

Mr. Litchfield: It's ingenious, actually, going for the 'B'? - not so high that you arouse suspicion; not so low that your previous work seems like an anomaly.
J.J. Powell: I'm not cheating, Mr. Litchfield.
Mr. Litchfield: You expect me to believe that one morning you just woke up and decided to apply yourself?
J.J. Powell: I guess you should have a plane crash and... you kinda approach life differently.
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Life In Letters
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Written by Lucy Schwartz
Performed by Lucy Schwartz
Courtesy of Fortunate Fool Records
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