Monica's return to the family wreaks havoc on the Gallagher clan -- leaving the children determined to find out if Frank is their real father. Fiona moves in with Steve next door.
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Eddie's reaction to Karen's confession and the "Purity Ball" event, play into Hollywood's stereotypical depiction of Christianity and it's followers. The Purity Ball, is a sham and is not practiced within the Christian faith, nor anything of the like referenced in the Bible. Eddie's "Holier than thou" reaction to Karen's confession falls opposite to what the Bible says about forgiveness. See more
So, I'm just curious about what happens at the Purity Ball tonight.
Well, it's a Christian event designed to strengthen the bond between fathers and daughters. We make a covenant... of purity, like an oath. And then we exchange promise rings and, uh we do some chastity prayers. It's fun.
Wow. Do they have these, um, balls for young men?
Why would they?
References Touched by an Angel