Out of Order (2003)
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Losing My Religion 

Mark learns of his Jewish heritage. Stephen shows up drunk and throws a plant through Mark and Lorna's window. Mark confronts both Stephen and Lorna about the mysterious Teddy, but gets a ... See full summary »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Eric Stoltz ... Mark Colm
Felicity Huffman ... Lorna Colm
Kim Dickens ... Danni
Dyllan Christopher ... Walter
Justine Bateman ... Annie
William H. Macy ... Steven
Peter Bogdanovich ... Zach
Lane Smith ... Frank
Celia Weston ... Carrie
Adam J. Harrington ... Brock (as Adam Harrington)
Aaron Douglas ... Boston
Sarah Deakins ... Liz
Kirby Morrow ... Brad
Karen Holness ... Macy
Andrew Johnston ... Ralph Dell
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Storyline

Mark learns of his Jewish heritage. Stephen shows up drunk and throws a plant through Mark and Lorna's window. Mark confronts both Stephen and Lorna about the mysterious Teddy, but gets a straight answer from neither. Mark flashbacks to the first time he was almost unfaithful to Lorna (with a prostitute) and sleeps with Danni for the second time. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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Release Date:

16 June 2003 (USA) See more »

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Felicity Huffman (Lorna Colm) & Justine Bateman (Annie) also worked together on five episodes of Desperate Housewives (2004) as Lynette Scavo & Ellie Leonard respectively. See more »

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