Picket Fences (1992–1996)
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As Sheriff Brock and his family plan a big thanksgiving dinner, Jill has to deal with the much younger woman that her father brings along for the dinner party. Douglas Wambaugh later ... See full summary »

Director:

Michael Pressman

Writer:

David E. Kelley (created by)
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Tom Skerritt ... Sheriff Jimmy Brock
Kathy Baker ... Dr. Jill Brock
Costas Mandylor ... Kenny Lacos
Lauren Holly ... Maxine Stewart
Holly Marie Combs ... Kimberly Brock
Justin Shenkarow ... Matthew Brock
Adam Wylie ... Zachary Brock
Fyvush Finkel ... Douglas Wambaugh
Zelda Rubinstein ... Ginny Weedon
Stacey Travis ... Suzanne
Ann Morgan Guilbert ... Myriam Wambaugh (as Ann Guilbert)
Richard Kiley ... Hayden Langston
Jack Murdock Jack Murdock ... Harold Lundstrom
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ryal Haakenson Ryal Haakenson ... Spectator
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As Sheriff Brock and his family plan a big thanksgiving dinner, Jill has to deal with the much younger woman that her father brings along for the dinner party. Douglas Wambaugh later appears at the Brock's for he has left his wife after finding out that she was cheating on him. Meanwhile, Kenny and Maxine, alone at the police station with a break in crime, share a meal during their shift. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 November 1992 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

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1.33 : 1
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One I will never forget
26 November 2006 | by burglar-5See all my reviews

It has been many years since I saw this episode, and while I cannot recall every detail, I can remember exactly where I was, my surroundings and the effect it had on me like it was yesterday. My son was nine and had some of his friends over. If you've ever had an apartment full of nine-year-olds, you know it's difficult to concentrate on anything else, but from the opening scene, when guest star Richard Kiley is stopped for speeding and handcuffed by overly enthusiastic cop Lauren Holly, I was transfixed for the entire hour. Fortunately, no major emergencies erupted in my house. As I said, I cannot recall plot details, but I can remember clearly that every character storyline merged perfectly into the others, and I had an experience, an epiphany even, about what family really means. Funny how you don't need to recall facts to bring back what really matters. Something very Proustian about that. I can't wait until the DVD comes out. I hear it's been put off until June, '07. Loved that show.


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