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Episode 1 : Brothers

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Episode 1 : Brothers

Posted by Gavin Brown

Rating  :  

8.0

Season 5

Duration  :  

22m

When Eric moves back home, Cory vows to get him a place to stay. But the roommate he finds turns out to be Shawn's half-brother.


Guest Stars: Blake Clark


Genres: Drama, Comedy

Episodes
Episode 2 : Boy Meets Real World
8.0
Episode 3 : It's Not You... It's Me
8.0
Episode 4 : Fraternity Row
8.0
Episode 5 : The Witches of Pennbrook
8.0
Episode 6 : No Guts, No Cory
8.0
Episode 7 : I Love You, Donna Karan-Part I
10.0
Episode 8 : Chasing Angela-Part II
8.0
Episode 9 : How to Succeed in Business
8.0
Episode 10 : Last Tango in Philly
8.0
Episode 11 : A Very Topanga Christmas
8.0
Episode 12 : Raging Cory
8.0
Episode 13 : The Eskimo
9.0
Episode 14 : Heartbreak Cory
9.0
Episode 15 : First Girlfriends Club
8.0
Episode 16 : Torn Between Two Lovers (Feeling Like a Fool)
8.0
Episode 17 : And Then There Was Shawn
9.0
Episode 18 : If You Can't Be With the One You Love...
8.0
Episode 19 : Eric Hollywood
6.0
Episode 20 : Starry Night
7.0
Episode 21 : Honesty Night
7.0
Episode 22 : Prom-ises, Prom-ises
7.0
Episode 23 : Things Change
8.0
Episode 24 : Graduation
8.0

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