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Jack & Bobby

The teen years of a future U.S. president and his brother (no, not the Kennedys; the McCallisters). The two standout students are being raised by a headstrong single mother, who's grooming them for greatness.

Premiered: September 12, 2004

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Pilot Season: Christine Lahti Joins CBS' Beverly Hills Cop

Christine Lahti's Hawaii Five-0 days may be numbered: The actress has joined the cast of CBS' Beverly Hills Cop pilot, TVGuide.com has learned. In the pilot, a sequel to the movie franchise, Axel Foley's (Eddie Murphy) police officer son Aaron (Brand… Read more

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Legacy Season 1, Episode 22 May 11, 2005 Paid

In the season finale, Jack and Bobby discover that Grace plans to visit their father, Juan (LOU DIAMOND PHILLIPS - "La Bamba," "Hollywood Homicide"), in a Texas prison. Bobby insists on joining her, and along with Jack they embark on a spontaneous road trip, during which Grace is forced to reveal the shocking reason their father is in prison. The future reveals Jack's heartbreaking fate and details Bobby's unlikely road to the presidency. And, for the first time, the voice of President McCallister (Academy Award winner TIM ROBBINS - "Mystic River") is heard. Author GORE VIDAL appears as the Host of the McCallister documentary, and producer NORMAN LEAR ("All in the Family") portrays the elderly Peter Benedict, Bobby's future father-in-law.

Stand By Me Season 1, Episode 21 May 4, 2005 Paid

To protect Marcus, Jack tells the police that he was driving the car the night Missy died. The guilt becomes too much for Marcus, and he confesses to his dad, who immediately calls Grace. A surprising ally comes to Jack's aid after Grace demands that he tell the police what really happened. Meanwhile, the group's sadness turns to outrage after Reverend Belknap (recurring guest star ED BEGLEY, JR.) delivers a shocking eulogy at his daughter's funeral. Also, Bobby feels betrayed when Warren's (recurring guest star DEAN COLLINS) family plans to move to Chicago.

Under the Influence Season 1, Episode 20 Apr 27, 2005 Paid

Jack, Courtney, Marcus, Missy (recurring guest star KERI LYNN PRATT) and Randy (recurring guest star CAM GIGANDET) leave a boring school dance and drive to an after-hours party, but a deadly car accident prevents them from making it to their destination. Meanwhile, much to Bobby's dismay, Grace chaperones Bobby's school field trip, which proves to be a hurtful and eye-opening experience for Grace.

Child of God Season 1, Episode 19 Apr 20, 2005 Paid

Missy (recurring guest star KERI LYNN PRATT) reveals a secret to Jack that could change their lives forever. As a result of her actions, Missy is kicked out of her home and turns to Grace for support and guidance. Meanwhile, Bobby surprises Grace by telling her that he would like to be baptized and tries to convince Peter to be his godfather.

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