Joan of Arcadia

Back to the Garden

Season 2, Ep 3, Aired 10/8/04
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  • Episode Description
  • God instructs Joan to start a community garden; Judith continues her downward spiral; Luke puts up a strong front with Grace; a former police informant is killed setting Will and Carlisle on a mission to find corrupt cops.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Amber Tamblyn

    Joan Girardi

  • Joe Mantegna

    Will Girardi

  • Michael Welch

    Luke Girardi

  • Mary Steenburgen

    Helen Girardi

  • Christopher Marquette

    Adam Rove

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (23)

    • Adam: I made you a tree for your garden. Joan: Are those cigarette butts? Adam: Yeah. I dipped them in leftover slushies. The sugar makes killer glue.

    • Will: Ease up, man, our medical plan doesn't cover stomach stapling. Det. Carlisle: I'm peckish. Happens whenever a grieving family member accuses me of murder.

    • Joan: I planted something called "impatiens"... but they take as long as everything else. Funny, huh?

    • Loner Loser Kid God: The jeans are really comfy.

    • Ms. Lischak: Indeterminacy, my warriors! Who will catch a cold? Who will stumble and fall along the dusty path? (Grace promptly trips Friedman)

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    Notes (2)

    • Music featured in this episode included:
      "Sky's The Limit" by Dynamite Boy
      "Don't Call" by Sister Someone
      "Living In My Skin" by The Few
      "You Are My Hope" by Skillet
      "A Minor Villain" by Stirling
      "Skin And Bones" by Trevor Morgan
      "Every Grain Of Sand" by Emmylou Harris

    • New Gods: Groundskeeper God and Lone Loser Kid God. While Garbage Man God, who appears in this episode, is the same God as Custodian God from the "Anonymous" episode.

    Trivia (1)

    • Crocuses and tulips would be at a depth (3"-6") where the bulldozer would have dug them up anyway. If it didn't, then that means they're too deep to grow in the spring or any other time.

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