Caitlin's Way

Season 1 Episode 1

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Mar 11, 2000 on Nickelodeon
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Caitlin Seeger, a street-savvy orphan, must decide whether she wants to do time in juvenile hall or move to a small town in Montana.

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      • Dori: My mother and her grandmother were sisters. So that makes Caitlin your second cousin. And she's 14, too!
        Griffen: Wait! You're letting a stranger move in with us?
        Dori: Honey, we're the only family that she has! It's gonna be great! It's gonna be like having a sister.
        Griffen: But I don't want a sister!

      • Griffen: Dad, how could you agree to this? And she's a juvenile delinquent!
        Dori: Griffen, she's just had some tough times!
        Griffen: Wearing braces is tough times! Letting a girl move in, and one with a criminal past, that's just frightening!

      • Caitlin: The city has thousands of people committing crimes every day, and hundreds of doughnut shops. Between the two, you'd think police would have their hands...er...uh...mouths full. But somehow, they've always got time for me!

      • Mrs. Jennings: Well, how are you doing?
        Caitlin: (sarcastically) I'm so happy I could hurl!
        Mrs. Jennings: This is the sixth home in two years, Caitlin. You have been difficult to place. All right. I have a series of questions to ask you. Number one: how would you rate your ability to accept guidance?
        Caitlin: Satisfactory. Question two: never. Question three: sometimes. Question four: excellent. Now I'll answer their questions. How is she behaving? Wonderful. How is she in school? She's an excellent student. How is she adapting? Great! She's just like our own. But even better, she comes with a check!

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