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|"Being Mrs. O'Leary's Cow"|
Bridgette's outtakes from Picture Day
|Episode no.|| Season 1|
|Written by||Chris Dingess|
|Directed by||Bill L. Norton|
|Original airdate||April 25, 2005 (USA)|
January 12th, 2009 (CZE)
|List of Season One Episodes|
Vivid images of a plane crash killing everyone on board rock Allison's dreams. She finally locates the pilot, who is holding a dark secret of his own. Eventually, Allison is forced to decide between turning in the killer or saving the lives of hundreds of people.
- To be added
- Patricia Arquette as Allison DuBois
- Jake Weber as Joe DuBois
- Miguel Sandoval as Manuel Devalos
- Sofia Vassilieva as Ariel DuBois
- Maria Lark as Bridgette DuBois
- Madison and Miranda Carabello as Marie DuBois
- David Cubitt as Lee Scanlon
- Chad Lowe as David Call
- Fay Masterson as Female Passenger
- Robert Patrick Benedict as Male Passenger
- Neil Schwary as Airline Employee
- Michael Crider as New Pilot
- Elliott Grey as Co-Pilot
- DPatrick Robert Smith as Delivery Man
- John Hartmann as Forensics Specialist
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- The map in the victim's car incorrectly switches the labeling of the latitude and longitude lines.
- Normally, missing persons are reported to the police, who then involve the D.A. only if evidence of foul play is produced. However, here the D.A.'s office knew about the missing persons case first, and then notified the police.
- Mrs. O'Leary's cow supposedly started the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 by accidentally kicking over a lantern. Evidence came to light many years later, however, that Louis Cohn (age 18), gambling with a group of young boys including Mrs. O'Leary's son, knocked over a lantern, thus setting the barn on fire. As the other boys ran, Louis Cohn stopped to scoop up all the money.