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Parental Guidance 

When a thirteen-year-old gymnast is brought into the hospital after having supposedly fallen off a wall, Dr. Banfield and Dr. Gates must sort out whether abuse is involved.

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(as John E. Gallagher)
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Neela Rasgotra
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Tony Gates
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Samantha Taggart
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Simon Brenner
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Cate Banfield
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Claire O'Fallon
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Christine
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Mrs. O'Fallon
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Mr. Holmes
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Sarah Riley
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Dwight Zadro
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Dr. Daria Wade
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Dr. Andrew Wade
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When a thirteen-year-old gymnast is brought into the hospital after having supposedly fallen off a wall, Dr. Banfield and Dr. Gates must sort out whether abuse is involved.

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23 October 2008 (USA)  »

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The title refers to the PG film rating from the Motion Picture Association of America film rating system used in the United States. Parental Guidance Suggested means some material may not be suitable for children under 10. See more »

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Mugger: I can't believe I mugged a doctor.
Dr. Ryan Sanchez: Not just a doctor, she's the chief.
Mugger: What the hell is that supposed to mean? Is she an Apache or something?
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References Bringing Up Baby (1938) See more »

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Parental Guidance (#15.4)
28 June 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I was surprised the mother in this episode was accused of busing the kid. When thee girl said "she pushed me", I right away was sure she talked about her sister. This was the obvious thing. The idea is pretty good though, an underage psychopath. And Madison Danielle Davenport does some really good acting.

I don't get why Tony was so against the tongue stud. I actually have trouble understanding it all the time, even as an adult I don't get what harm they see in it. This is the time for young kids to have piercings before office tells them how to look.

I am a bit sad Morris is such a prude when it comes to the great escort girl. She actually should get somebody better than him.


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