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    That’s Life

    Character: Jules O'Grady

    Created by: Diane Ruggiero

    Directed by: Christopher Monger, Sharron Miller, Michael Switzer

    Written by: Diane Ruggiero

    Produced by: Diane Ruggiero, Anne McGrail

    Cast Members: Heather Dubrow, Ellen Burstyn, Kevin Dillon, Paul Sorvino, Debi Mazar

    Released date: October 28, 2000

    Episode(s) Number: 1x05, 2x16

    Episode(s) Title: "Bad Hair Week", "Baum's Thesis"

    Genre: Drama, Comedy


    Episodes Guide

    1.05 – Bad Hair Week
    aired on October 28, 2000
    Directed by: David Semel | Written by: Anne McGrail


    Jackie becomes unglued when her irresponsible mother pays a visit. At the same time, Lydia threatens her relationship with Jackie when she chooses to attend a college lecture rather than keep a commitment. Lou inadvertently hurts Paulie’s feelings.
    2.16 – Baum’s Thesis
    aired on Unaired Episode
    Directed by: Paul Sorvino | Written by: Anne McGrail, Lynn Marie Latham


    Lydia advises a jock to pursue his dreams, encouraging him not to drop out of college. Jules returns for her grandson’s christening; Jackie begins a quest to find her father. Paulie and Plum talk about having children. Jackie asks Frank to be Victor Francis’ godfather.