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Matt finally moves out and Dad visits the hospital—via the emergency room.
Eric’s post heart-attack zest for life is making everyone a little crazy.
Eric counsels a young man who feels his wife should be meek and subservient, while Annie and the girls rally for women’s rights in Afghanistan.
Matt hates his job and tries to decide what to do with his life.
Matt refuses to help a classmate cheat, and gets in trouble anyway.
Aunt Julie goes into labor while visiting the Camdens, but there’s no car or help to be found.
In the first of this dramatic two-part episode, Mary lets her anger sway her judgement when the basketball coach imposes a lockout.
Mary faces the possibility of jail time in the conclusion of this dramatic two-part episode.
Just when Matt thought things were great with his girlfriend, she starts to withdraw from him.
Matt’s devastated when he finds out his girlfriend has been accepted to a college 3,000 miles away.
Mary’s mad at Dad for standing in the middle of her blossoming relationship.
Annie takes off for a much-needed rest, but she can’t escape the troubles that weigh down her soul.
When dad spies on his kids, he catches Lucy making out in public—with *N SYNC’s Lance Bass!
Simon befriends and defends a classmate with Tourette’s Syndrome.
Mary’s boyfriend is planning a very special Valentine’s Day…at a motel!
Simon prays for a second chance, Ruthie prays for a pony, and Matt meets the girl he believes is the answer to his prayer.
Eric worries that a killer might go free, when he sits on a jury in a cop-killer trial.
Mary dreams about playing basketball for the Pros, while Matt decides to make his dreams come true…in New York.
A troubled young girl seeks Eric’s counsel, but runs away before he can help her.
A new orderly at the hospital is spreading vicious rumors about Matt.
In this first part of the season cliffhanger, Shana’s back in Matt’s life, Lucy has to choose between two boys, Simon breaks up with his girlfriend, and Mary’s thinking of moving out.
In the conclusion on this two-part episode, Matt and his girlfriend realize it’s over, and Mary must decide whether she wants to spend the rest of her life with Robbie.