Jack & Bobby 1 Season 2004
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1. Pilot In flash-forwards to the year 2049, White House staffers and the First Lady are interviewed, giving a midcentury perspective on the man who beat the odds and became one of the greatest leaders of his time.
2. Better Days Jack angrily explodes after catching his mother, Grace, smoking pot again and gives her an ultimatum. However, after a particularly trying day, Grace seeks refuge in her old habit and is unprepared for the price she must pay.
3. The Kindness of Strangers Bobby joins the "challenge program" at school and learns a powerful lesson. Meanwhile, Grace is startled by news that Bobby's teacher gives her regarding Jack.
4. A Man of Faith Grace is accused by Hebba (LINA PATEL), a female Arab-American student, of letting her individual beliefs about religion influence her lectures.
5. The First Lady The future reveals a dark secret about the First Lady. In the present, Jack offers to escort a depressed Courtney to her father's work fund-raiser--leading to an unexpected confession and kiss.
6. An Innocent Man Grace is stunned after Peter informs her that her colleague and good friend has been accused of sexually harassing a student. Grace immediately defends her co-worker but must rethink her loyalty when new evidence arises.
7. Valentino Bobby's relationship with Dex (recurring guest star JEANETTE BROX) continues to grow until Grace walks in on them kissing. After failing to convince Bobby to end his relationship with Dex, Grace and Jack take matters into their own hands.
8. Election Night Heartbroken after his relationship with Dex (recurring guest star JEANETTE BROX) ends, Bobby decides to retaliate against Jack when he learns his brother is responsible for their breakup.
9. Chess Lessons Grace promises to be on her best behavior when she and Jack go to Missy's (recurring guest star KERI LYNN PRATT) house for dinner but loses her temper after Missy's father, Reverend Belknap (recurring guest star ED BEGLEY, JR.), attacks her ideals.
10. Lost Boys After the suicide of a friend, Jack is haunted by the thought that he should have done more to help. Meanwhile, Grace's warm, intelligent, gay younger brother, Jimmy (recurring guest star TOM CAVANAGH - "Ed"), makes a surprise visit for Thanksgiving.
11. Today I Am a Man Jack is mortified after Grace catches him buying condoms in preparation for his big night with Missy (recurring guest star KERI LYNN PRATT).
12. Running Scared Jack tries to resume a sense of normalcy after a brutal attack but finds that the injury may keep him from returning to his old life. Grace is blackmailed by a student who caught her leaving Tom's (recurring guest star BRADLEY COOPER) room.
13. A New Frontier Bobby becomes suspicious of Grace's relationship with Tom (recurring guest star BRADLEY COOPER) after Tom coincidentally shows up during a camping trip.
14. Into the Woods Jack catches Grace and Tom (recurring guest star BRADLEY COOPER) in a compromising situation and tells Grace he disapproves of her romance.
15. Time Out of Life Grace and Tom's (recurring guest star BRADLEY COOPER) relationship is exposed when a fellow professor catches them kissing in Grace's office.
16. And Justice for All Peter is forced to take action after learning about the relationship between Grace and Tom (recurring guest star BRADLEY COOPER). Meanwhile, Bobby and Warren decide to make some cash by doing yard work in their neighborhood.
17. Querida Grace Jack and Katie's (recurring guest star KATE MARA) relationship progresses, while Courtney's comes to a screeching halt after Jack discovers Nate (recurring guest star MIKE ERWIN) is cheating on her with another girl.
18. Friends with Benefits Jack finds out that Bobby has secretly decided to try out for the track team, and Jack instantly shows his disapproval. Later, Jack realizes that his relationship with Katie (recurring guest star KATE MARA) isn't what he thought it was.
19. Child of God Missy (recurring guest star KERI LYNN PRATT) reveals a secret to Jack that could change their lives forever.
20. Under The Influence 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.
21. Stand By Me 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.
22. Legacy 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.
|Starring||Christine Lahti, Matt Long|
|Supporting actors||Logan Lerman, Jessica Paré, Edwin Hodge, John Slattery, Bradley Cooper, Hector Elizondo, Sam Horrigan, Steven Nelson, Adam Hendershott, Ed Begley Jr., Henry Farnam, Adam McArthur, Keri Lynn Pratt, Samantha Quan, Jonathan Redford, Pamela Roylance, Rich Fancher|
|Producers||Mickey Liddell, Scott Swanson|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
Intelligently written. I really enjoy the flash forwards and back.Published 20 days ago by Stephanie Olges
This is the 12th review written on this series and I agree with all 11 of the others. Great show. Great cast. Great writing. Great concept. Still enjoy it today.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
This show is/was amazing. I was so upset when they cancelled it... and here I am 10 years later, still upset. What does that mean for you, review reader? WATCH IT!Published 11 months ago by Kimberly D. Echols
I never even caught this old WB show when it was on in 2004 but a friend at work bugged me to try it since then I have managed to watch them all and it really was an excellent show... Read morePublished on January 9, 2013 by MGH
Such a well-acted, well-written show. Yes, it was a WB show, which indicates the usual WB formula, but this show turns that formula on its head with its high concept. Read morePublished on January 6, 2013 by D. Mcfadden