Eight simple rules for dating my teenage daughter episodes
Cate is afraid of sleeping alone in her bed and sleeps on the couch.After Paul's funeral, friends and neighbors gather at the Hennessys' for the wake.It's soon revealed that Paul had collapsed and died in the grocery store. Later that evening, Cate's separated parents Jim and Laura arrive to help them through their grief.Bridget is wracked with guilt over the last words she ever said to her dad (which were "I hate you") and Kerry tries to talk to her to ease her guilt.After Ritter's sudden death, Katey Sagal took over the show's starring position for the rest of the series' run. Bridget finds her popularity waning because of her exclusive, long distance relationship with Donny, while Kerry's social status skyrockets because of her relationship with Kyle.
Daher schreibt er eine neue Kolumne darüber und gibt anderen Eltern Tipps, seine Fehler zu vermeiden.Meine wilden Töchter ist eine US-amerikanische Sitcom, die von 20 auf ABC ausgestrahlt wurde.Sie basiert auf dem Buch 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter von W. Im deutschsprachigen Raum wurde sie erstmals 2004 auf dem Pay-TV-Sender Disney Channel gesendet, kurz darauf folgte die Free-TV-Ausstrahlung in Deutschland auf Pro Sieben und in Österreich auf ORF 1.On what begins as just another morning in the Hennessy household, Cate receives a phone call.Seconds later, she hangs up and runs out of the house in tears, leaving the kids to wonder what is going on.In der Episode Wilde Zeiten (OT: Old flame) trifft Katey Sagal (Cate Hennessy) ihren ehemaligen Serienkollegen Ed O’Neill alias Al Bundy aus Eine schrecklich nette Familie als ihre Jugendliebe wieder.In der Folge Herzbube mit zwei Damen (OT: Come and knock on our door) träumt sich John Ritter in seine gleichnamige Erfolgsserie zurück.Nick Sharpe asks Cate to find the last article Paul wrote so the newspaper can publish it in his memory.When Kerry asks Rory why his hand is bandaged, he says he burned it on a casserole dish while taking it out of the oven; it's later revealed he had punched a hole in his wall out of anger towards his dad for dying.Meanwhile, as she waits for the results of her pregnancy test, Cate is stunned and angry when Paul, Bridget, Kerry and Rory seem more concerned about how the baby could disrupt their lives than the blessed event itself.In fact, the only support Cate seems to be getting is from her nosy neighbors, the Doyles, who share a well-kept secret about their own family – namely, all their children are adopted.