Party of Five

Season 6 Episode 1

Don't Let Go

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Aired Unknown Oct 05, 1999 on FOX
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Bailey tries to plan a perfect wedding for Charlie and Kirsten. But when his plans fail, he tells Charlie to plan his own wedding. Kirsten's parents come to town, but aren't supportive of her the engagement because of Charlie and Kirsten's previously failed marriage in the past. Claudia breaks up with Cody after she catches him cheating on her. Sarah confronts Bailey about his anger towards her. After an editor offers Julia a book deal, she quits college and moves home.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Nicholas Pryor

    Nicholas Pryor

    Gene Bennet

    Guest Star

    Charles Hutchins

    Charles Hutchins

    Bird Guy

    Guest Star

    Charles C. Stevenson Jr.

    Charles C. Stevenson Jr.

    Prospective Minister

    Guest Star

    Kathleen Noone

    Kathleen Noone

    Ellie Bennett

    Recurring Role

    Chad Todhunter

    Chad Todhunter

    Cody

    Recurring Role

    Tom Mason

    Tom Mason

    Joe Mangus

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (6)

      • Charlie: (to Bailey) Your tie is crooked. I'm not even going to ask you if you got the rings.

      • Charlie: I don't know if they're listening, cause we changed the location many, many, many times, but I hope Mom and Dad are out there. I want them to know a few things. A lot of you worried when they left that maybe things wouldn't turn out alright, that maybe we'd learn the wrong lessons from losing them, that we'd be so scared from losing them that we'd never attach ourselves to anything again, including each other. I can't speak for everyone, but I know what I learned. When something is important to you, you grab on with both hands and you don't even think about letting go. Letting go is not even an option. And I can't forget that now, because Kirsten, my wife (there's a concept) wouldn't be my wife for any other reason. So, I don't know what's next for us after this, but I know that I don't have to worry. Because my parents left me the secret to life. Mom and Dad, we never let go. And I don't believe we ever will.

      • Claudia: You know, I really don't want to hear that this whole thing, this new girl, this dancing guitar with lips, was just because we don't have sex, Cody.

      • Bailey: Ever since they died, for almost six years now, our family... we've been this thing... this thing, that we weren't even sure what it should be. But when all of us pull together... I don't know. It was good.

      • Priest: The lucky couple. Is that you?
        Bailey: What? Oh. Oh, no. It's my brother and his fiancé.
        Sarah: But someday. Someday, maybe, I hope.

      • Bailey: They will not get married in that backyard, because first of all, that backyard is rotten luck for weddings. Charlie, Julia, am I right? And, second of all, hopefully, this is the last wedding you are ever going to need, and if that's what it is, isn't that how it should feel?

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