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Light the Lights 

Justin seeks a stay before reporting for duty and ends up in court, Ojai becomes dependent on Holly's goodwill, Kitty gets a job offer she's not sure she wants, and granddaughter Paige convinces Nora to celebrate Hanukkah.

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Tommy Walker
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Julia Walker (credit only)
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Joe Whedon
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Kevin Walker
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Saul Holden
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Holly Harper
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Warren Salter
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Major Guinness
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Whit Peyton
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Jack Bishop
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Brigadier General Hendrix
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Storyline

Sarah, Tommy and Saul discover that Holly owns 1/3 of the Nevada land. They attempt to undermine her and buy her out for far less than the actual value of the property. Paige is concerned that God has not heard her prayers and cured her diabetes and thinks that getting in touch with her Jewish heritage might help. Nora goes overboard in teaching the young girl about Judaism and Hannukah. Witt offers Kitty a show revolving around her and tells her of his plans to phase Warren out. She considers accepting the Senator's job offer. Kevin represents Justin at a hearing attempting to get Justin a 3 month stay before reporting for duty. Written by tomtrekp

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10 December 2006 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The song that Saul sings after saying the prayer over the Hanukkah candles is a Yiddish lullaby called "Oyf'n Pripetshok," written by Mark Warshawsky (1840-1907). The song also appears in Schindler's List (1993), sung on the soundtrack by a children's choir. See more »

Quotes

Nora Walker: [to Holly] I came here to forgive you. From the bottom of my heart. William was a strong and generous man, and he always took care of the people he loved. The thing is, he loved two women. It's as simple as that.
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Connections

References The Daily Show (1996) See more »

Soundtracks

Somewhere in a Dream
(Uncredited)
Written by Joe Lervold & Sandy Sherman
Performed by The Joel Evans Quartet
Courtesy of Position Music
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