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not planed. TV Show was canceled.
The men in your life may leave you, children grow up, parents pass away. The only ones who are there for you, from cradle to grave, are your sisters.
Teddy and Falconer---having survived a plane crash---put in a bid for a home; and Alex tries her hand at poker to assist an imprisoned Big Al.
Teddy tries to cope with the loss of Falconer and her sight; Alex is snubbed by a friend who looks down on Big Al's incarceration; and the family can't envision Georgie's memories of her father.
Frankie inherits a prizefighter; Teddy, still KO'd by her vision loss, gets help from an unlikely source; Alex is stunned by a fan's request.
Alex has high hopes when she lets Roxie visit for the weekend; a drunken Teddy meets Cat's boyfriend and his parents.
Alex goes to bat for Big Al after his parole is denied; Frankie arranges a fight for Lucky; Teddy continues her bout with alcohol.
Dr. Caspian encourages Georgie to fantasize; Big Al hits the campaign trail, but scandals threaten his bid; and Teddy gets another chance to impress a buyer.
Teddy sets out for rehab; Alex---as the mayor's wife---constructs a "kitchen cabinet" and appoints a reluctant Georgie to a position; and Frankie wants Lucky to withdraw from a fight.
Although Georgie cancels Thanksgiving dinner at her home, family members---including half-sister Charley gather there anyway to support Beatrice, who's coping with an ailing Truman.
Alex and Big Al cancel their belated honeymoon when Roxie's mother dies; Georgie attends a conference where Dr. Caspian is a speaker; and Teddy recruits Lucky for a fashion show.
It's Homecoming Weekend for Georgie and John, but an ultimatum puts a damper on the festive event. Meanwhile, Truman is admitted to a nursing home and Alex tries to nurse an ill Teddy back to health.
Little holiday cheer exists when Georgie (Patricia Kalember) tells Teddy and Frankie she's having an affair; and Thomas George disappears from a Christmas-tree lot.
Georgie moves out, ready to pursue a romance with Dr. Caspian; Charley considers leaving the clinic for a private practice; Cat and Teddy visit a spa, where things don't quite work out.
Roxie's piano teacher reveals he's more than her instructor; Evan's stomachache keys a revelation for Georgie; and Charley searches for answers after finding a canceled check in her father's old medical bag.
Frankie dons a cow costume at Thomas George's party and eyes greener pastures when it's a hit with the kids; Charley poses as a patient of Dr. Caspian's; and Truman's deteriorating condition causes Alex to consider his videotaped request.
John files for divorce; Kenny lands a gig in St. Louis and he wants to take Roxie; Cat's boyfriend turns out to be a man from Teddy's past.
Truman dies, and Charlie orders an autopsy; a toy company wants Frankie to oversee the Cowlotta project---but the job's in Japan; and Falconer's killer goes to prison.
Alex is charged with Truman's murder; Teddy gets involved with the man who ordered Falconer's death; and Charley's date reveals he's being treated for schizophrenia.
Teddy continues her efforts to bring Albright to justice; Charley thinks she has incriminating evidence on Dr. Caspian; and the family tries to dispel Alex's "angel of death" image.
Alex stands trial for Truman's murder and goes before a judge who's harboring a secret of his own. Meanwhile, Teddy's plan to avenge Falconer's death may be jeopardized by her encounter with Albright's wife.
Albright proposes to Teddy; Norma asks Alex for support when she produces a public-TV station's pledge drive; and a colleague's request causes Charley to consider breaking policy.
Aunt Gigi visits, and shares stories from her past about aspiring star Alexandra; wife and expectant mom Georgiana; and bride-to-be Theodora, who wants to elope with her fiancé, a soldier in World War I.
Beatrice's car accident drives Alex to drastic measures; Evan's round with a bully causes him to seek boxing lessons from Lucky; and Teddy's visit from a stranger sparks memories of Falconer.
Big Al faces a major health crisis; Alex encounters union troubles at the mayor's office; Trevor makes a critical decision that leaves Georgie and John disheartened.
Big Al suffers a heart attack; Trevor makes a decision that leaves Georgie and John disheartened; and the family escapes to a "magical" villa, where Georgie beomes enchanted by a "perfect stranger."
Sheila Kelley(Charlotte "Charley" Bennett)
Susan Cremin(Catherine "Cat" Margolis)
Garrett M. Brown(John Whitsig)
Patricia Kalember(Georgiana "Georgie" Reed)
Swoosie Kurtz(Alexandra "Alex" Reed)
Sela Ward(Theodora "Teddy" Reed)
Elizabeth Hoffman(Beatrice Reed)
Ed Marinaro(Mitch Margolis)
Julianne Phillips(Francesca "Frankie" Reed)
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