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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Dr. Dayton King (credit only)


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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19 October 2010 (USA)  »

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(at around 32 mins) There is a night-time tracking shot over the city. Despite the series having absolutely no connection to the UK the building topped with blue lighting is Tower 42 in the City of London. If you look closely you can see that the producers haven't taken any steps to hide the fact that the traffic is driving on the left. See more »


After J.J. admits to his parents that he does indeed have powers, he walks out of the room. On the television, a news report comes on showing a sketch that Jim had drawn earlier. The reporters voice can be heard even though the TV is on MUTE, the volume only being turned up after Stephanie hears the "Franklin Park Killings" mentioned. See more »


George St. Cloud: [on cell phone] How's the costume working?
Jim Powell: [patrolling the park] Stop calling it a costume, George. It's just a hoodie.
George St. Cloud: You're not wearing the glasses?
Jim Powell: No. Or the mustache.
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Life In Letters
Written by Lucy Schwartz
Performed by Lucy Schwartz
Courtesy of Fortunate Fool Records
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