Rick is a divorced father-of-two who meets Lily, a newly-separated mother-of-two. They begin a relationship, which has a significant impact not only on their lives but on those of their children and ex-spouses, as well.Written by
The character 'Rick Sammler' was ranked #36 in TV Guide's list of the "50 Greatest TV Dads of All Time" (20 June 2004 issue). See more »
Hey Jessie, can I ask you something?
Sure, it's free country.
Will you have sex with me?
Are you serious?
Yea, but it has to be today! Now or never!
Well, I can't today, I have basketball practice.
[Jessie walks away]
Jessie, you're a fox!
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Once and Again is a pearl of a show. It's always interesting, and more importantly, realistic.
I started watching it as my sister had a crush on Shane West, but by the second episode I watched, I was hooked. Expecting it to be nothing more than a lightweight excuse for Shane West to act moody and broody, I found that instead it was a show where I saw that he actually can act, not to mention all his co-stars.
Easily the most impressive is Evan Rachel Wood, showing to me (before Thirteen was even an idea) that she had a tremendous amount of talent, I found her story lines to be compelling, and her to be exemplary in them. Indeed, it was this show that made me want to see Thirteen so much, so as I could see her performing again.
But I won't ramble.
Once and Again is brilliant, and if there was ever a show that should be continued, this is it.
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