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1989 

In 1989, after Craig proposes marriage to Samantha, the upcoming nuptials bring out old rivalries as Samantha must choose between marrying Craig, or staying with Will. Meanwhile, Will pays ... See full summary »

Director:

James Frawley

Writers:

Jon Harmon Feldman (creator), Sara Goodman (creator) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Dave Annable ... Aaron Lewis
Alexa Davalos ... Samantha Carlton
Will Estes ... Will Malloy
Sean Faris ... Craig Brewster
Chyler Leigh ... Carla Noll
Amanda Righetti ... Jenna Moretti
Mathew St. Patrick ... Detective Kenneth Marjorino
Gregory Harrison ... Russell Brewster
George Newbern ... Paul Phillips
Samantha Ferris ... Captain Emily Fisher
Camille Sullivan ... Meghan Phillips
Michael J Rogers ... Agent Halbridge (as Michael Rogers)
Pascale Hutton ... Heather
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Benjamin Ayres ... Nate (as Ben Ayres)
Peter Benson ... Security Guard
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Storyline

In 1989, after Craig proposes marriage to Samantha, the upcoming nuptials bring out old rivalries as Samantha must choose between marrying Craig, or staying with Will. Meanwhile, Will pays the ultimate price for the one crime he did commit when FBI agents approach him to force them to take down Craig's unscrupulous father. Aaron returns from Seattle with a secret, and Jenna puts her own acting career ahead of Carla's who's now involved in helping the Phillips with their marriage when she discovers that Paul Phillips is a domestic abuser who hits his wife, Meghan, whenever he's in a bad mood. Back in 2006, Detective Marjorino learns he's carried a grudge against the wrong man for 20 years when Will tells him about taking the fall for Craig's drunk driving accident that killed his father. Also, Carla receives an anonymous letter... from someone who claims to know who the murderer is. Written by matt-282

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Genres:

Drama | Mystery

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 November 2005 (USA) See more »

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Goofs

There are several posters in the Seattle coffee shop in 1989 advertising a concert by the band called The Organ. That band was formed in 2001. See more »

Soundtracks

Good Thing
Written by David Steele and Roland Gift
Performed by Fine Young Cannibals
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