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Season 1 Episode 22

Dad

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Aired Saturday 9:00 PM May 03, 1997 on CBS
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Gary's father, Bernie, temporarily moves in with his son after his wife kicks him out. After learning about the paper, and enjoying helping others, Bernie decides to stay permanently.

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    Chelcie Ross

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    Nick Harper

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    Heather Prete

    Heather Prete

    Jennifer Harper

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    Chris Erwin

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    Derek

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    William Devane

    William Devane

    Bernie Hobson

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    Ron Dean

    Ron Dean

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      • Chuck: So, uh, how's it going with you two, huh?
        Bernie: Did you know he gets tomorrow's paper?
        Chuck: That was fast.

      • Chuck: (narrating) They say that no one can teach you to be a father. But it's not really true, because every father was once somebody's son. Thing is, you don't get to pick your parents. No one automatically gets the father they want. No one. Sometimes however, if you're lucky and you're blessed, you get the father you need. That's the best you can hope for, and really, it's more than enough.

      • Chuck: (narrating) The world is a scary place. I mean, just take a look at the headlines sometimes: you got your serial killers, your flesh eating viruses, your wild packs of carnivorous coyotes roaming the countryside. You never know what's going to pop out of the dark.

        Sometimes the scariest things out there are the things you simply don't understand. Take for example a guy who gets tomorrow's newspaper today. What's scarier than that?

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