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Bridget and Kerry plan to sneak out to a party instead of staying with the family.
Rory feels that now he's the man of the house it's his job to assume Paul's role of being against every guy his sisters date, not to mention the carver of the turkey, which he does with clumsiness, inexperience and a lot of humor, which in the end helps the family to deal with the recent tragedy in a much lighter way, with needed laughter at such a sad time, adding much humor, compassion and healing when it was needed more than ever, helping the other members of the Hennessy family to survive the tragedy of Paul's unexpected death.
Bridget jumps right back into her social circle and begins planning the upcoming dance while Kerry refuses to allow herself to feel anything but sad (which is made worse when Kyle declares his love for her) and Cate's attempts to make them feel better only backfire.
Cate sees that Rory is now hesitant to try out for the basketball team because Paul had been helping him practice.
Cate tells him that his father wouldn't have wanted him to quit.
Cate and the kids rely on the message Paul is sending them: no matter what happens, family bonds are never broken.
It's been two weeks since Paul died, and the kids are going back to school for the first time.
8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter is an American television sitcom that originally aired on ABC from September 17, 2002 to April 15, 2005. Bruce Cameron's book of the same name, the show starred John Ritter during its first season.
After Ritter's sudden death, Katey Sagal took over the show's starring position for the rest of the series' run. Bridget finds her popularity waning because of her exclusive, long distance relationship with Donny, while Kerry's social status skyrockets because of her relationship with Kyle.
Bridget is wracked with guilt over the last words she ever said to her dad (which were "I hate you") and Kerry tries to talk to her to ease her guilt.
Cate is afraid of sleeping alone in her bed and sleeps on the couch.
Bridget plays the role of Anne Frank in the school play, which makes Kerry jealous since all she does is background work.
At first, Bridget is the same non-serious girl, which frustrates Kerry even more since she feels Bridget doesn't deserve the role.
Cate sees this too, so she gives Bridget The Diary of a Young Girl, because she thinks it might help her, which it does – Bridget suddenly becomes a serious, focused girl and gets a better understanding of the role she is going to play.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating