Party of Five

Season 3 Episode 22

Leap of Faith

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Aired Unknown Mar 05, 1997 on FOX
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Bailey starts to go to AA meetings, and on his first meeting he bumps into Walter Alcott, the man that killed his parents. Bailey has second thoughts about going to the meetings, and he quits. Griffin gets US$100.000 from his lawsuit settlement, and decides to help his father, and he becomes friendly with Griffin just for the money. Grace decides to run for council and makes the Salinger's house her campaign headquarters.moreless

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    John M. Jackson

    John M. Jackson

    Major Chase W. Holbrook

    Guest Star

    John Rubinstein

    John Rubinstein

    Walter Alcott

    Guest Star

    Troy Evans

    Troy Evans

    Arthur

    Guest Star

    Jackie Mari Roberts

    Jackie Mari Roberts

    Marcia

    Recurring Role

    Jeremy London

    Jeremy London

    Griffin Holbrook

    Recurring Role

    Tamara Taylor

    Tamara Taylor

    Grace Wilcox

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • When there's a close-up shot of the ID card that Bailey is cutting in half at the end of the first scene, you can totally tell that it's not him in the picture.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • Sarah: You have to go to AA, Bailey. You have to.
        Bailey: And say that I believe in stuff that I don't? Lie? No, I don't want to do that. I'm sick of lying, Sarah, so no.
        Sarah: No! No, Listen to me, okay? I'm here, and I'm here with you because you promised me you were going to get help.
        Bailey: I tried!
        Sarah: So try again, okay? This isn't optional! Look, you don't have a choice here. You have a disease, and you need to do whatever it takes to get well, okay? So skip the God part, do the rest!
        Bailey: No, it doesn't work that way, damnit! Don't you think that I wanted AA to be it? I know there's something wrong with me, and if I could believe that there was really someone who would protect me and help me not want to drink 24 hours every stupid day, don't you think... Sarah, don't you think that I would want that?

      • Bailey: (about his AA meetings and the man who killed their parents) They're all the same. Everybody sits around and talks about how you have to believe in a higher power. You have to surrender yourself to God. It's written in the first couple of steps, and when has God ever taken care of us? We're sitting here without Mom and Dad! Come on! Walter Alcott is living proof that there's no way there's a God.

      • Sarah: So, do you have a plan? I mean, is there, like, some sort of treatment or something?
        Bailey: Yeah. AA. I'm gonna go to my first meeting tonight.
        Sarah: That sounds good.
        Bailey: I guess I better practice. "Hello, my name is Bailey Salinger, and I am an alcoholic."
        Sarah: Bailey, um, it's Alcoholics Anonymous. You're not supposed to give your last name.
        Bailey: Oh. Well, then, it's a good thing I practiced.

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