The family had to deal with the news, but the most gut wrenching moment during the episode was when Bridget was about to go out in a slinky dress, and her mom didn't say anything.
She stops at the door and starts tearing up over how her dad would have forced her to put on a sweater and lecture her on how boys only wanted one thing, and she breaks down crying.
V tomto rodinném americkém sitcomu vychovávají Paul (John Ritter) a Cate (Katey Sagal) své tři děti, krásnou a populární šestnáctiletou Bridget, inteligentní, ale ne tolik sebevědomou Kerry a třináctiletého Roryho, se kterým (prozatím) nejsou žádné problémy.
Cate se rozhodne vrátit na plný úvazek do práce a tak Paulovi nezbývá, než věnovat víc času výchově dětí, na což nebyl doposud zvyklý.
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had to confront his death and had his character collapse and die while buying milk.
Upset, Donny hitchhikes all the way to the Hennessys in the back of a pig truck to win Bridget back; however, Bridget has still not broken up with her other boyfriend, Damien.
Meanwhile, there are reports of eggings and toilet-paperings all over the neighborhood.
When Kerry asks Rory why his hand is bandaged, he says he burned it on a casserole dish while taking it out of the oven; it's later revealed he had punched a hole in his wall out of anger towards his dad for dying.
The next day, Jim finds Paul's last article and gives it to Cate.
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.
Rounding out the family is son Rory (Martin Spanjers), who is Paul's only other source of testosterone, and thus they bond often. until the show was derailed by the death of John Ritter. Because of Ritter's death, the show's name was changed from the quirky Paul: No calls, Bridget! I've got a very important announcement for the whole family.