Party of Five

Season 5 Episode 11

One Christmas to Go

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Aired Unknown Dec 16, 1998 on FOX
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Ned does his best to keep Julia by himself during the holidays. Daphne's mother visits and Daphne realizes just how much she is like her mother - and that's why she has hard time taking care of her baby. Owen has a little fun of his own - stealing - and Bailey is there to teach him against it. Claudia wants to have just a normal Christmas with her family.moreless

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    Cheryl Francis Harrington

    Cheryl Francis Harrington

    Bus Station Employee

    Guest Star

    Katelin Petersen

    Katelin Petersen

    Gina

    Guest Star

    Karen Black

    Karen Black

    Doreen Jablonsky

    Guest Star

    Scott Bairstow

    Scott Bairstow

    Ned Grayson

    Recurring Role

    Jennifer Aspen

    Jennifer Aspen

    Daphne Jablonsky

    Recurring Role

    Jacob Smith

    Jacob Smith

    Owen Salinger

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    • QUOTES (18)

      • Julia: Hello?! Is everybody in the... kitchen? Charlie?! Bailey?! Claud?! Santa?

      • Claudia: Oh no. No no no, we will not, we will NOT call this off! When this family has the opportunity to sit around a table like we used to once a week? I mean, Christmas Eve, a proper Christmas Eve, means stockings, and a night before Christmas, and a cookie on the hearth for Santa, and we are going to do this one thing right, or just die trying.

      • Doreen: Two people that friendly, well, it looks to me like they have got to be...
        Daphne: Best friends! She's his best friend.

      • Julia: Put down the remote. No more pay-per-view porno 'till we're done.
        Ned: It's only soft-core, and we never would have stayed awake last night without it.
        Julia: Okay, but I'm about to write Stalin into a three-way, so not now.

      • Julia: Hey, you in there, don't you know what day it is? I see you in there. You can open this door for five extra minutes when it's the season for giving! How about a little good will towards men?! HOW ABOUT A LITTLE PEACE ON EARTH?!

      • Daphne: I wanna know if it was as easy for you to leave as it is for me.

      • Daphne: A person, a parent, who doesn't love their kids, they have kids who grow up the same. And so on, and so on. And that feels bad, mom, to me. That... that feels really really bad.

      • Bailey: You respect what matters to other people, because you're not the only person in this world.

      • Claudia: So what if my turkey's aging like a portrait of Dorian Gray?

      • Doreen: I never blamed you for bein' born, so don't blame me for everything that came after.

      • Charlie: You're as free as a bird, but you stay anyway. So the only two people who actually wanna be here, you and Claudia, I'm like pushin' away. And everyone else, people who are supposed to be family, who actually share by daughter's blood, they can't wait to leave. It just makes me think that if you're not family, I don't know who is.

      • Daphne: That's how it's always been with you! Whatever stands between you and your man, get rid of it. Even if it's your own kid.

      • Daphne: This "I wanna be a family" crap!? Since when?

      • Julia: If I get back now, I can maybe avoid my brother's 'All we have is each other, Julia' speech.

      • Bailey: It's barely even... it's not... whatever it's supposed to be.

      • Claudia: I'm not goin' back there, so if you wanna be mad at me 'til the Millennium, that's fine.

      • Charlie: You sleep here, and you get your mail here, but just sharing an address doesn't make you family.

      • Charlie: This is the way it should be at Christmas. Grandparents, grandkids, a house full of family. Isn't this the way it should be?

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