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Daddy's Girl 

Gramps Jim gets a letter from his ex-wife, who tells that she's seeing someone else. Cate tells CJ that after hearing that Jim needs a man to talk to - and CJ has to be that man. In grief counseling, Cate is told to treat herself.

Director:

James Widdoes

Writers:

Tracy Gamble (created by), David Flebotte (as Dave Flebotte) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Katey Sagal ... Cate Hennessy
Kaley Cuoco ... Bridget Hennessy
Amy Davidson ... Kerry Hennessy
Martin Spanjers ... Rory Hennessy
James Garner ... Jim Egan
David Spade ... C.J. Barnes
Connie Stevens ... Tina
Peter Bogdanovich ... Dr. Lohr
Billy Aaron Brown ... Kyle
Marcus A. York Marcus A. York ... Construction Guy
Kathryn J. Larsen Kathryn J. Larsen ... Amanda
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Gramps Jim gets a letter from his ex-wife, who tells that she's seeing someone else. Cate tells CJ that after hearing that Jim needs a man to talk to - and CJ has to be that man. In grief counseling, Cate is told to treat herself.

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 March 2004 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Quotes

Kerry: [Screaming at Bridget as she comes down the stairs with blonde hair] I am going to kill you! Look at me! You said you were gonna highlight my hair! I look like Dolly Parton!
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References South Park (1997) See more »

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Daddy's Girl
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Performed by Katey Sagal
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Not bad
31 December 2018 | by ian-986See all my reviews

I think this series really improved with the demise of John Ritter, who never really achieved the 'funny man' persona. David Spade's drawling sarcasm isn't to everyone's taste, but the partnership between him and Jim (James Garner) produces many of the best moments in the latter episodes - anything to divert attention from the awful red headed child. This episode focuses nicely on the relationship between Cate (awful spelling!) and her dad. Interestingly, the band which accompanies Cate's Song features, on guitar, Jon Walmsley, who played Jason In The Waltons. Surely he should have had an acknowledgement in the cast list?


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