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430: Blind Girl's Bluff
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November 13, 1999

Aubrey becomes friends with Lisa and later exploits her blindness by making people around Lisa think she can see with her mind.


Characters
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Character
Actor
App.
# 5
# 43
# 1
# 4
# 4
# 6
# 83


Production Team
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Marshal Younger   Female Missing   Phil Lollar   Duane Harms
Marshal Younger   Lisa Halls Johnson   Phil Lollar   Duane Harms
Writer   Writer   Director   Sound Designer


Trivia
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This episode originally had an AIO shorty in the middle of it. The shorty was titled "And You Think You've Got Problems: The Unjust Judge". The shorty was also included in the original airing of 447: Potlucks and Poetry, but is currently unavailable in any format from Focus on the Family.
- Gandalf


Goofs
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When Lisa mentions Jared, Aubrey asks who he is; but in "The Treasure Room," Aubrey has a lock-picking kit that she says was given to her by Jared before he moved.
- Chandler


Allusions
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While at the Electric Palace, Aubrey and Lisa look at a CD of the "Backward Boys", and described as "cute". This, of course, is referencing the Backstreet Boys, and has some fun with their name.
- Jonathan


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