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After spending every past Halloween with his mom, Danny decides to make his own plans by rallying The Angles for a night of trick-or-treating. But when the team fears that David and his ... See full summary »

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Dick Slingbaugh (as Ben Koldyke)
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Danny Gannon
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Vanessa
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Michael Lovette
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David Slingbaugh
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Dudley Kohan (as Brandon Salgado-Telis)
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Hunter Washington
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James
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Coach Al
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Jon
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Keeley Summers
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Owen Rothchild
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After spending every past Halloween with his mom, Danny decides to make his own plans by rallying The Angles for a night of trick-or-treating. But when the team fears that David and his friends will be out to get them, Danny devises a plan to outsmart the bullies. Meanwhile, Lulu teaches Terry how to celebrate Halloween as an adult, and The Cannon gets competitive during a visit to the cemetery, on a special Halloween episode. Written by Anonymous

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30 October 2013 (USA)  »

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Terry 'The Cannon' Gannon, Sr.: Halloween is nothing but child welfare. A bunch of gargoyles walking up and down the street looking for a handout...
Terry Gannon Jr.: Lighten up, Dad, it's kids dressing up and getting candy.
Terry 'The Cannon' Gannon, Sr.: When I was a kid, the trick was not getting polio and the treat was to get a job when you're 8 years old.
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