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Season 1 Episode 7

After Midnight

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Aired Saturday 9:00 PM Nov 09, 1996 on CBS
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After Midnight
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The paper reveals that a baby will be abandoned, and Chuck uses the paper to get a date with an attractive woman he shared a taxi with.

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    Peri Gilpin

    Peri Gilpin

    Lenore

    Guest Star

    Virginya Keehne

    Virginya Keehne

    Samantha Butler

    Guest Star

    John F. O'Donohue

    John F. O'Donohue

    Jordan Butler

    Guest Star

    Ron Dean

    Ron Dean

    Detective Marion Zeke Crumb

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • Newspaper Headlines:

        Day 1
        - City Passes Tougher Anti-Smoking Law
        - Postal Workers Threaten To Strike Again
        - Infant Left on Church Doorstep changes to City Drug Ring Broken Up By Local Police
        - Unidentified Woman Jumps To Her Death

      • Goof: In one of the initial scenes after the opening credits when Gary is reading the paper to Marissa, the overhead mic can be seen.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Samantha: Paper said it was gonna be sunny today.
        Gary: I guess it depends on which paper you read.

      • Chuck: (narrating) There are lots of bridges in this city. Bridges that span over the river, that take you from one place to another. There are other bridges though, ones we need to cross in order to bring us together as a city, as a community. But the hardest bridge to cross is the one that opens your heart, the one that leads you home.

      • Chuck: (opening monologue) There are lots of lonely people in a city like this one. One wrong turn, it's easy to lose your way. A guy with a map is a guy who's ahead of the game... Sometimes anyway. But knowing the future isn't the same as knowing the past, and having tomorrow's newspaper can only take you so far. After that it's what you know and what you feel that make the difference, that lead you on and guide you home.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Gary: I've been walking around for hours. It's like Mission Impossible.

        This is a reference to CBS show Mission Impossible which aired from 1966 to 1973.

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