Joe continues to have conflicting feelings about his relationship with Kristy after she assumes he was the one who manured Brad’s car. Though she insists she doesn’t care and obviously wants to be closer, Joe finds himself making excuses not to see her. Joseph Giglia as Dziadek. Dino Bizzarro, Lou Harvey, Alessandra Lozano, Luke Konke, Megan Kozlowski, Angela Lawson. Ed Vinson announces.
Episode 22: Sometimes Being Likeable is a Curse.
Joe finds himself in an awkward position when it becomes obvious that Julie’s family prefers him to Pete. Featuring Joseph V Giglia as Dziadek and as Dr. Wan.
Joe is surprised to find that Pete’s Easter plans are with him…but even more surprised when he finds himself lying to Pete about spending the afternoon with Julie. Later, Kristy shows up unexpectedly, perturbed to find Loki there. Music by BudaRest. Dino Bizzarro, Lou Harvey, Bethani Chamberlain, Atli Reynolds, Angela Lawson, Emma Gallagher, Joseph Giglia. Ed Vinson announces. Preceded by Backstage Interview with musician Mallory Moyer.
Grandson of the Year.
Joe continues to have conflicting feelings about his relationship with Kristy after she assumes he was the one who manured Brad’s car. Though she insists she doesn’t care and obviously wants to be closer, Joe finds himself making excuses not to see her. Joseph Giglia as Dziadek. Dino Bizzarro, Lou Harvey, Alessandra Lozano, Luke Konke, Megan Kozlowski, Angela Lawson. Ed Vinson announces. Preceded by Backstage segment: Why Not Now with lead singer Chris Day of Shore Patrol.
Episode 2: She Can’t Help it if She’s a Little Orange. After a confusing blind date, which results in a “moment” with Kristy, Joe discovers he’s been set up by his brother Matt on another blind date with a girl with two names, who quite possibly glows – in the dark.
After feeling like a pawn in Kristy’s game to manipulate her father, Joe seeks comfort from Julie and quickly finds out what a ZuMu is. Featuring Yaya Diamond as Jilan Wan. Stick around for music by Bill Vinhage. Dino Bizzarro, Emma Gallagher, Luke Konke, Lou Harvey, Alessandra Lozano, Atli Reynolds, Angela Lawson, Bethani Chamberlain.
Episode17 Sure Sounded Like She Was Going. Tired of being in limbo, Joe sets out to confront Kristy. But during his search, he discovers that she might be with Brad. Features music by Bill Vinhage. Joseph Giglia as Dziadek, Joe Gallagher as Pete and Sean, Emma Gallagher as Julie, Megan Kozlowski as Farrah, Lou Harvey as John Kovak, Luke Konke as Matt Kovak, Bethani Chamberlain as the voice of Joy Brent, Alessandra as Kristy, and Dino Bizzarro as Joe Kovak. Ed Vinson announces.
Description: Episode 16: Stranger Things Have Happened.
While trying to sort out his feelings for Kristy, Joe finds himself doubly confused over the strange reaction he has to the mere mention of Julie’s name. Later, after being spared an evening alone with Kevin, Joe is surprised to find himself disappointed rather than relieved. Preceded by Backstage Interview with Maiden Cane Bass Player Jim Kiefer.
Description: Episode15. Everything Will Work Out the Way it’s Supposed To. After a confidential exchange with Julie, Joe walks away no less burdened, and no wiser, but smiling just the same. Episode includes music by Yaya Diamond and Michael Miller’s Heart Machine.
Description: Episode 14, What a Difference a Verb Makes.
A game of Truth or Dare leaves Kristy once again frustrated with Joe’s elusiveness. His efforts to pacify her, lead to another game of questions, followed by a heated encounter, where emotions are unleashed. Introducing Joe Gallagher as Blaine Brent. Features music by Michael Miller’s Heart Machine and Yaya Diamond.
Description: Episode 13, Top Ten Dinner Conversation Don’ts.
Confused by Kristy’s continued alliance with Brad, Joe questions his own judgment as much as Kristy’s loyalty. Then, Joe does the unthinkable. He invites Kristy to his house for dinner.
Description: Episode 12, Am I the Only Girl…Who Hasn’t Eaten at Your House? After walking in on Joe and Loki, a jealous Kristy asks why Joe’s never invited her to his home. But, it’s not his faithfulness as much as his own trust issues that are called into question.
Description: Episode 11: Please Don’t Beat Up My Boyfriend. Kristy begs Joe not to seek retribution against Brad, all the while trying to convince Joe of her devotion to him, and that she and Brad are just friends. Later, Loki tells Joe she’s failing history…and she wants him to tutor her?
Description: Episode 10. Good Dad/Bad Cop. Stir crazy after being confined to the house to recover from his injuries, Joe finds himself trying to convince John to let him go to school. But the only thing he succeeds in doing, is trying John’s patience. Later, Kevin brings up a subject that reveals something unexpected about Joe’s masked attackers. Dino Bizzarro, Lou Harvey, Atli Reynolds, Luke Konke. Ed Vinson announces.
Too Much to Remember Episode 8: Peppermint Haze. Joe wonders about Kristy’s latest excuse for not going out with him. But when she clears up his suspicions, Joe makes a shocking discovery about Kristy’s father. Later, a great evening with Kristy comes to an ominous end.
With bonus Behind the Scenes interview with the cast.
Your Future Looks Bleak. Without knowing how, Joe finds himself back in a relationship with Kristy. Even so, he can’t help wondering when she broke up with Brad, how she broke up with Brad, why she broke up with Brad, and IF she broke up with Brad.
Description: Episode 6: Do I Have a Super Power I Didn’t Know About? Kristy asks Joe a question he’s not ready for, then further torments him with her change of heart. Featuring Luke Konke as Joe’s singing voice. Dino Bizzarro, Alessandra Lozano, Lou Harvey, Luke Konke, Katt Rowe, Emma Galligher, special guest Joseph Giglia as Dziadek, Ed Vinson (announcer).
Description: Episode 3 – The Ice House. Joe and Matt take Judge “Hang ‘Em High” Lee’s daughters to the Ice House, a place notorious for its weekly fights. Plus, a behind the scenes discussion with some of the cast members. Luke Konke, Dino Bizzarro, Megan Kozlowski, Angela Lawson, Emma Gallagher, Lou Harvey, Atli Reynolds, Annie Coyne, Max Pierce, and Alessandra Lozano.