Party of Five

Season 2 Episode 5

Change Partners ... and Dance

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Aired Unknown Nov 01, 1995 on FOX
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Claudia breaks her arm while ice-skating with everybody, and Ross worries about her future as a violinist. Julia gets Griffin a job at Salinger's. He skips the first day and Charlie fires him in the second. Bailey and Sarah's relationship starts to get serious, and she tells him that she's not Jill, and things are different with her. A fortuneteller tells Kristen that she won't marry Charlie. She convinces him to take dancing classes for their wedding, and they fight. Julia tells him how important dancing is for a woman at her wedding. Charlie tells Kristen that everything will be fine. Julia sees Justin with another girl and he is mean to her. She is mad with Griffin for not being romantic, so he buys her a helmet for his bike.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Bette Ford

    Bette Ford

    Miss Corso

    Guest Star

    Sam McMurray

    Sam McMurray

    Thomas

    Guest Star

    Julie Hayden

    Julie Hayden

    Ms. Carey

    Guest Star

    Mitchell Anderson

    Mitchell Anderson

    Ross Werkman

    Recurring Role

    Jeremy London

    Jeremy London

    Griffin Holbrook

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (1)

      • Charlie: You know, Claud, when the doctor says there's a 98 percent chance you're gonna be fine, that's a good sign.
        Claudia: I know.
        Charlie: Well, if you know, then what's the problem?
        Claudia: What if it's that 2 percent?
        Charlie: It won't be. That's what 2 percent means.
        Claudia: No, that's what zero percent means.

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      • Featured Music:
        "Room in your Heart" by The Chaneys
        "Breakfast at Tiffany's" by Deep Blue Something
        "Latitude" by Elton John
        "St. Teresa" by Joan Osborne
        "Cruel Spell" by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
        "Jumpin' Jack" by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy

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