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Episode 21 : Lost Lady

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Season 6

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1h 00m

Janet returns with amnesia and involved in some serious trouble. The brothers work hard to discover what happened to the last four years and to save her.


Episodes
Episode 1 : Competition--Who Needs It?
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Episode 2 : A.W.O.L
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Episode 3 : Still Phil After All These Years
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Episode 4 : The Cop Who Came to Dinner
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Episode 5 : Treasure
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Episode 6 : The Last Big Break
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Episode 7 : The Rookie
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Episode 8 : Like Father, Like Son
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Episode 9 : The Case of Don Diablo
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Episode 10 : Mrs. Simon & Mrs. Simon
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Episode 11 : Just Because I'm Paranoid
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Episode 12 : Tonsillitis
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Episode 13 : Deep Water Death
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Episode 14 : For Old Crime's Sake
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Episode 15 : Opposites Attack
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Episode 16 : Judgement Call
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Episode 17 : Tanner P.I. For Hire
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Episode 18 : Ancient Echoes
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Episode 19 : Second Story Simons
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Episode 20 : I Thought the War Was Over
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Episode 22 : Walking Point
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