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While Dan has his hands full with the rather horny and indiscreet attentions of Zoe's youth friend Candy LaRue, Zoe is delighted to get as client Queenie, the star presenter of children's ... See full summary »

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Steve Blackman

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Joely Fisher ... Zoe Busiek
Chris Potter ... Dan Lennox
Rae Dawn Chong ... Sophie Mason
Bronson Picket ... Marcos Morales
Jamie Johnston ... Clifford "Cliff" Woodall
Vikki Krinsky ... Taylor Woodall
Aislinn Paul ... Hannah Woodall
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Amanda Brugel ... Evelyn
Steve Chamberlain Steve Chamberlain ... Teddy (as Stephen Chamberlain)
Juan Chioran ... Carlos Becerra
Raven Dauda ... Francine
Yani Gellman ... Ryder
Art Hindle ... Earl
Jenny McCarthy ... Candy LaRue
Paul Miller Paul Miller ... dr. Ross
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While Dan has his hands full with the rather horny and indiscreet attentions of Zoe's youth friend Candy LaRue, Zoe is delighted to get as client Queenie, the star presenter of children's TV puppet show Queen Bea, who is being blackmailed with nude photos of her penniless ex Earl, who Dan thinks set her up himself, but the blackmailer only demands a donation to a train museum. Meanwhile Zoe's cousin Taylor is not over Rider who left her without a word, but plans to run off to Columbus, Ohio hoping to marry him; against his better judgment Julian helps her, but Zoe gets it out of him... Written by KGF Vissers

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Drama | Mystery | Comedy | Crime

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24 January 2004 (USA) See more »

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