Once and Again

Season 3 Episode 5

Destiny Turns On The Radio

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Aired Unknown Nov 02, 2001 on ABC
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Destiny Turns On The Radio
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A boy in the play school play asks Jesse out. Grace is less than happy with the news, because she thought that the boy was flirting with her during rehearsal. Karen is upset that Rick didn't left her out of the loop on this. Les takes over a talk show after the host leaves following an argument between the two. He asks for Lily's opinion on a call (while on the air), which leads to her taking over the show that night, and a once-a-week gig after that. Rick and Lily argue about her discussing Jesse's "date" when it hasn't been decided if he'll let her go. Grace thinks about quitting the play (over her sorta-feelings for Tad and the whole Tad-Jesse thing), but that's not what she tells Mr. Dmitri. He convinces her to stay. Grace is irate that Lily offered to loan Jesse Lily's pearl necklace when she wouldn't let Grace borrow it earlier. Grace is starting to think that Lily likes her stepdaughter Jesse more than her. Karen accuses Lily of using Jesse's personal life for radio "material."moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Meagen Fay

    Meagen Fay

    Dr. Sherri Snyderman

    Guest Star

    James Lafferty

    James Lafferty

    Tad

    Guest Star

    Miriam Flynn

    Miriam Flynn

    Gayle Stephenson

    Guest Star

    Eric Stoltz

    Eric Stoltz

    August Dimitri

    Recurring Role

    Paul Dooley

    Paul Dooley

    Les Cresswell

    Recurring Role

    Natasha Gaty

    Natasha Gaty

    Alexa Yagoda

    Recurring Role

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      • Jessie: And my love for you is like a sinking ship. And my heart is on that ship out in midocean - singing.

        Mr. Dimitri decides to use folk music in the play. Jessie sings a Kate & Anna McGarrigle song to her therapist discussing how she always imagined that was how she would feel about someone (episode involves her 1st date) -like her heart was shipwrecked. Song is also important as it becomes Grace and Dimitri's song and it played by Mr.Dimitri on record player during key scene between the two. At the beginning of what would come.

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