List of In the House episodes

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This is a list of episodes from In the House, an American television sitcom that originally aired on NBC from April 10, 1995 and moved to UPN after its second season. The show starred LL Cool J as Marion Hill a former professional football player with the Los Angeles Raiders. Because of his financial predicament, he is forced to rent out most of the rooms in his house to newly divorced single mother Jackie Warren (Debbie Allen) and her two children, Tiffany (Maia Campbell) and Austin (Jeffery Wood). In the third season, Jackie and Austin move to Nashville, leaving Tiffany to stay with Marion in order to finish school in Los Angeles; Marion purchases a sports rehabilitation facility with the boisterous Tonia (Kim Wayans) and the pompus Maxwell (Alfonso Ribeiro), leading to trio's attempts to work together despite their clashing personalities.

Season 1 (1995)[edit]

  • This season consisted of six episodes.
Series # Ep. # Title Directed by Written by Original airdate Prod. №
1 1 "Getting to Know You" James Widdoes Winifred Hervey April 10, 1995 (1995-04-10) 101
When Jackie Warren's husband goes through a mid-life crisis and announces that he is having an affair, she decides to make a new life for herself. Once a wealthy socialite, she enters the work force for the first time and gets her own place to live. Jackie squeezes into a less-than-lavish but charming house owned by former football player Marion Hill, whose stellar career was ruined by a freak accident. To cover expenses while he trains for a comeback, he moves into the apartment above his garage and rents his main house to Jackie and her two children. The kitchen becomes common ground for the tenants and their landlord. With only two years of law school as her experience, Jackie is hired as a legal assistant by Heather Comstock, a young no-nonsense power attorney. While she's working, Jackie must find someone to take care of her children. Despite her misgivings about Marion, Jackie's overly dramatic teenaged daughter Tiffany and her brainy young son Austin convince her to give him a chance.
2 2 "Female Trouble" James Widdoes Jeffrey Duteil April 17, 1995 (1995-04-17) 102
When a female bully at school harasses Austin, he asks Jackie and Marion for advice. Unfortunately, he must choose between two opposing philosophies: Jackie says he should protect himself and fight back, while Marion advocates a non-violent approach. Meanwhile, Tiffany fights with her boyfriend on the telephone and agonizes about whether to call him back or wait for him to call her.
3 3 "Birthday Presence" Tony Singletary Danny Smith April 24, 1995 (1995-04-24) 103
Jackie is out of the house celebrating her son Austin's birthday, so Marion plans a reunion with his ex-girlfriend, who thinks he still has an active football career. But Jackie unexpectedly brings the party back to the house and upsets Marion's romantic evening. Meanwhile, Heather dates a single father and asks Jackie's advice on bonding with his daughter.
4 4 "Once Again, with Feeling" Gil Junger Bryan Winter May 1, 1995 (1995-05-01) 104
It's been nearly 20 years since Jackie went on a date, but Marion tries to get her to meet men at a popular night club. However, when Marion's former grade school football coach comes for a visit, Jackie finds an eligible bachelor in her own living room.
5 5 "The Lost Weekend (a.k.a. The Last Weekend)" Asaad Kelada Winifred Hervey May 8, 1995 (1995-05-08) 105
Austin persuades Jackie to continue the family tradition of visiting their mountain cabin at the beginning of the spring season. But when Jackie's car breaks down, Marion must drive them. Their plans are thrown into further turmoil by Jackie's ex-husband Milton, who brought his new young bride to the cabin for a romantic weekend.
6 6 "Hats Off" Asaad Kelada Jeffrey Duteil May 15, 1995 (1995-05-15) 106
Jackie and Heather help Marion get an audition for a sportscaster job on a local news show. Meanwhile, Tiffany participates in a school charity drive to get closer to a cute classmate. Also, Austin asks his family to help him prepare for a school spelling competition.

Season 2 (1995/96)[edit]

  • This season consisted of 20 episodes.

Absent:Lisa Arrindell Anderson as Heather Comstock

Series # Ep. # Title Directed by Written by Original airdate Prod. №
7 1 "Dog Catchers" Gil Junger Bill Boulware September 18, 1995 (1995-09-18) 201
Marion and his friend Carlton Banks discover that a boy is dating both Tiffany and Carlton's little sister, Ashley, at the same time, so they decide to teach the duplicitous guy a lesson in respect.
8 2 "Crush Groove" Gil Junger Jeffrey Duteil September 25, 1995 (1995-09-25) 202
Marion takes a liking to an attractive neighbor, with whom Austin has been spending some time; meanwhile, Jackie delivers pizzas to earn extra money, and Heather practices hugging after her therapist tells her to be more friendly.
9 3 "The Gambler" Gil Junger Lore Kimbrough October 2, 1995 (1995-10-02) 203
Austin becomes a prodigy at poker. Meanwhile, Heather manipulates Jackie into planning Heather's 30th birthday party.
10 4 "The Final Cut" Gil Junger Danny Smith October 9, 1995 (1995-10-09) 204
When Austin finds out that Marion is coaching a kids' football league with Marion's former grade school football coach Sam Wilson, he tries to impress Marion by making the team. Meanwhile, Tiffany disobeys Jackie to dress up and dance on a television music show.
11 5 "Daddy's Home" Gil Junger Winifred Hervey October 16, 1995 (1995-10-16) 205

Jackie ex-husband, Milton is thrown out by his new wife when he accidentally says Jackie's name during sex. Jackie refuses to allow him to live in her part of the home, but Marion lets Milton sleep in his room. Milton drives Marion crazy with his annoying habits, which include snoring. The next day Marion tries to force Milton back to Sasha. When Milton rents a romantic hotel suite, Marion calls Sasha to persuade her to reconcile with Milton. She refuses, causing a dejected Milton to lock himself in the hotel bathroom. After Marion calls Jackie at work, she rushes over and persuades Milton to come out of the bathroom. Grateful for her support, Milton hugs Jackie and he sprains his back. They roll off the bed when she tries to fix it. Sasha and Marion arrive at this point. Sasha gets the wrong idea and doesn't want to see Milton again. Marion lets Milton stay, but his annoying qualities, including snoring, seem to carry to Austin, so Marion goes sleepless. He soon begs Jackie to go and talk to Sasha. Sasha is tired of being compared to Jackie. Jackie helps Sasha realize that while Milton and Jackie don't hate each other, they are nowhere near love. She reveals that Milton gave up his family for Sasha, showing his care. She takes him back.

Absent: Lisa Arrindell Anderson as Heather Comstock
12 6 "Futile Attraction" Asaad Kelada Danny Smith October 23, 1995 (1995-10-23) 206
Marion bakes cookies for his physical therapist, Tonia, to thank her for helping him heal. But she wrongly thinks he is in love with her and aggressively pursues him by sneaking into his room wearing sexy lingerie. Meanwhile, Jackie wants Tiffany to join a fancy social club managed by the snobbish Mrs. Mason. Mrs. Mason and the other ladies come over to interview Tiffany, and they almost witness Marion leading the scantily clad Tonia out of the house. Later, Jackie agrees to help Marion convince Tonia that he is in love with someone else. Marion takes Tonia to an expensive restaurant. Jackie comes in, kisses Marion passionately and says that they are in love. Tonia dejectedly leaves. Unfortunately, Mrs. Mason was sitting behind them and witnessed the entire incident. Tiffany is glad to be rejected by the social club.
13 7 "Sister Act: the Episode" Greg Antonacci Bill Boulware November 6, 1995 (1995-11-06) 207

Rowena, Jackie's adventurous sister, fools Marion and Clayton into a wild, wild trip with her and Jackie.

Special Guest Star: Phylicia Rashad as Rowena
14 8 "Nanna Don't Play" Terri McCoy Walter Allen Bennett Jr. November 13, 1995 (1995-11-13) 208
Milton begs Jackie to pretend that the house is their happy home for his visiting grandmother, but Marion isn't too happy when Nanna begins to give him orders. Elsewhere, Marion's idea to throw his old friend Darryl a bachelor party lands Darryl in hot water with his bride-to-be.
15 9 "Boyz II Men II Women" Paul Miller Jeffrey Duteil December 4, 1995 (1995-12-04) 209
Marion takes it like a man when his old friend Kevin discloses his new profession as a female impersonator.
16 10 "Christmas Party" Asaad Kelada Winifred Hervey December 11, 1995 (1995-12-11) 210

Tiffany and Austin want to bring the family together for Christmas, and that includes a visit from their great-grandparents.

Special Guest Star: Sherman Hemsley as Buster
17 11 "Do the Right Thing" Gil Junger Walter Allen Bennett Jr. January 1, 1996 (1996-01-01) 211
After Austin gives Marion computer-aided financial advice, a computer mix-up gives Marion a large sum of money.
18 12 "Come Back, Kid" Paul Miller Danny Smith January 8, 1996 (1996-01-08) 212
Marion's professional football comeback means it's time for Jackie to start thinking about moving out.
19 13 "To Die For" Asaad Kelada Danny Smith January 15, 1996 (1996-01-15) 213
Marion's cousin, Curtis, wants to market Marion's health drink but not without complications. Austin tries to act like Marion in order to win friends.
20 14 "Love on a One-Way Street" Asaad Kelada Bill Boulware January 22, 1996 (1996-01-22) 214
While giving Tiffany driving lessons, Marion crashes into a vehicle driven by a policewoman named Alex who he falls in love with. Austin has girl problems.
21 15 "My Crazy Valentine" Asaad Kelada Jeffrey Duteil February 12, 1996 (1996-02-12) 215
Jackie becomes intrigued and attracted to the handsome handyman named Russell who is hired by Marion to fix his broken hot tub. Austin unknowingly gives his girlfriend Erica Jackie's wedding ring as a gift. Marion spends Valentine's Day with Alex, but their romance becomes complicated when Tonia, Alex's cousin and Marion's physical trainer, surprises him and reveals that she has a crush on him. Meanwhile, Tiffany has two dates.
22 16 "Three the Hard Way" Asaad Kelada Winifred Hervey February 19, 1996 (1996-02-19) 216
Marion finds it hard to believe Tonia when she tells him that Alex is seeing someone else. Tiffany ruins Jackie's new dress.
23 17 "A Major Problem" Asaad Kelada Jeffrey Duteil February 26, 1996 (1996-02-26) 217
Marion doesn't see eye to eye with his dad.
24 18 "Home Again" Asaad Kelada Vince Cheung &
Ben Montanio
April 22, 1996 (1996-04-22) 218
Jackie is promoted to the New York office, which means Marion is short one tenant – enter Tonia.
25 19 "Close Encounters of the Worst Kind" Asaad Kelada Katie Ford May 6, 1996 (1996-05-06) 219
Marion feels like he's moved on emotionally from his college pals; new neighbor Tonia reports seeing an alien; Tiffany has a date.
26 20 "Hoop Screams" Asaad Kelada Walter Allen Bennett Jr. May 13, 1996 (1996-05-13) 220

In the season finale When Marion coordinates a charity basketball tournament, Jackie and Tonia organize a team to challenge Marion, whose teammates include a tall, athletic postman. Marion lets Milton coach the guys' team. Tiffany dates a young rap musician who influences her language and wardrobe.

Guest stars: Fred Roggin and Reggie Theus

Season 3 (1996/97)[edit]

Series # Ep. # Title Directed by Written by Original airdate Prod. №
27 1 "The Real World" Peter Baldwin Bob Burris &
Michael Ware
August 26, 1996 (1996-08-26) 301
After Jackie moves to Nashville with her son Austin, Marion plans to take over the sports clinic, but others have the same idea.
28 2 "Mother of Invention" Peter Baldwin Rob Edwards September 2, 1996 (1996-09-02) 302
Tonia and Maxwell come up with a get rich quick scheme - the "Butt Ball" - to help fund their sports clinic. All they need is a celebrity endorser to get the ball rolling. When Olympic Gold-Medalist Jackie Joyner-Kersee drops out, they turn to their partner, ex-pro football star Marion, to use his star power to step in and save the day.
29 3 "I Only Have You for Eyes" Peter Baldwin Michelle Jones September 9, 1996 (1996-09-09) 303
Overwhelmed by Tonia's demands on their time, Marion and Maxwell conspire to get themselves off her daily social calendar by fixing her up with Gary, the water delivery man. But when the first date lands him in the emergency room, the guys have trouble convincing Gary to go out with Tonia a second time. With the promise to 100 free gym hours sweetening the pot, Gary agrees to see Tonia again, and Marion and Maxwell decide to go along to make sure things go smoothly. But Tonia is on to their plan and has one of her own.
30 4 "Bury the Hatchet" Peter Baldwin Gary Hardwick September 16, 1996 (1996-09-16) 304
Marion helps an obnoxious football player facing a career-ending injury. Meanwhile, Tiffany convinces Tonia to flirt with a client.
31 5 "Maxwell Said Knock You Out" Madeline Cripe Art Everett September 23, 1996 (1996-09-23) 305
Heated competition between Marion and Maxwell results in Los Angeles Lakers player Eddie Jones, a prospective client, being knocked out cold.
32 6 "Record Breaking Time" Kim Friedman Gary Hardwick September 30, 1996 (1996-09-30) 306
A hotshot college football star poised to break one of Marion's last standing records catches Tiffany's eye. But Tonia has a bad feeling about the young man's intentions – feelings Marion initially discounts. Meanwhile, Maxwell scrutinizes a parade of would-be receptionists.
33 7 "Kindergarten Doc" Kim Friedman Gary Hardwick October 14, 1996 (1996-10-14) 307
Rodney reconsiders Maxwell as his career role model for school. Meanwhile, Marion coaches Tonia for a charity boxing match.
34 8 "The Curse of Hill House" John Tracy Art Everett October 28, 1996 (1996-10-28) 308
Maxwell insults a self-proclaimed witch, who casts a spell on him.
35 9 "One Love (a.k.a. Two Guys One Girl)" John Tracy Cynthia R. Harris &
Raynelle Swilling
November 4, 1996 (1996-11-04) 309
Marion and Maxwell compete for the attention of a dance instructor. Meanwhile, Tiffany pretends to be Jamaican to impress a boy.
36 10 "Pledge Allegiance" John Tracy Ellen L. Fogle November 11, 1996 (1996-11-11) 310
When Tiffany's social life causes truancy trouble, Marion plots to make her party until she can party no more.
37 11 "This is a Test" John Tracy Rob Edwards &
Ellen L. Fogle
November 18, 1996 (1996-11-18) 311
Maxwell's girlfriend Shanna is more interested in her dog than in him. Marion crams for a physical therapist certification exam.
38 12 "The Max Who Came to Dinner" John Tracy Sheryl North November 25, 1996 (1996-11-25) 312
It appears that in the eye of Marion's grandma, he can do nothing right...whereas Maxwell can do nothing wrong.
39 13 "Saint Marion" John Tracy Gary Hardwick January 13, 1997 (1997-01-13) 313
While volunteering at a soup kitchen, Marion is believed to be destitute. Tonia teaches her friend Henry how to be cool to impress his girlfriend, but he becomes attracted to Tonia.
40 14 "Dial 'M' for Marion" Andrew Tsao Brian Lane January 20, 1997 (1997-01-20) 314
Marion falls for a woman whose phone messages he inadvertently receives. Tonia and Henry face complications in their relationship.
41 15 "You're the One" Andrew Tsao Ellen L. Fogle February 10, 1997 (1997-02-10) 315
Marion welcomes Evander Holyfield into his home as the two prepare for a banquet honoring Marion at which they hope to get a big donation for a children's charity. Unfortunately, eternal trouble makers Tonia and Max manage to get invited to the event as well. Meanwhile, Tiffany learns that she may lose her bid for homecoming queen because she scored high on her advanced placement test.
42 16 "Love Wars" Andrew Tsao Bob Burris &
Michael Ware
February 10, 1997 (1997-02-10) 316
Amber, the property manager who's responsible for rent increases in the office building, once had an affair with Marion. Tonia has a secret admirer.
43 17 "Marion Strikes Back" Andrew Tsao Cynthia R. Harris &
Raynelle Swilling
February 17, 1997 (1997-02-17) 317
Marion shows that he's free of his attraction to Amber by dating a woman from a company making a commercial for the clinic.
44 18 "Return of the Stiletto" Madeline Cripe Michelle Jones February 24, 1997 (1997-02-24) 318
Marion's effort to avoid the "I love you" land mine with Amber blows up in his face. Meanwhile, Max believes that Tonia's boyfriend Henry may be giving secret information about their clinic to another rival clinic.
45 19 "Fore Armed" Madeline Cripe Michelle Jones April 28, 1997 (1997-04-28) 319
Marion and Maxwell organize a celebrity miniature-golf tournament.
46 20 "Abstinence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder" John Tracy Karin Kelly May 5, 1997 (1997-05-05) 320
Marion vows to abstain from romantic liaisons as a mode of spiritual cleansing.
47 21 "The Retreat Story" Alfonso Ribeiro Lisa Marie Petersen May 12, 1997 (1997-05-12) 321
Marion weighs an offer to endorse orthopedic shoes for seniors while on his annual spiritual retreat.
48 22 "Cliffhanger" John Tracy Art Everett May 19, 1997 (1997-05-19) 322
Tonia and Maxwell challenge Marion to tackle his acrophobia by rock climbing. Meanwhile, Carl escorts Tiffany to her senior prom after a major conflict occurs.

Season 4 (1997/98)[edit]

  • This season consisted of 22 episodes.
Series # Ep. # Title Directed by Written by Original airdate Prod. №
49 1 "Earthquake" John Tracy Gary Hardwick August 25, 1997 (1997-08-25) 401
Marion, Tonia and Maxwell's partnership falls apart in the aftermath of an earthquake that leaves the sports clinic in ruins. Meanwhile, Tiffany reconsiders going to college.
50 2 "Men in the Black" John Tracy Art Everett September 1, 1997 (1997-09-01) 402
Seeking an upgrade, Maxwell urges Marion to date the contractor who's fixing up the clinic. Meanwhile, Tonia dates Los Angeles Lakers basketball star Derek Fisher.
51 3 "Tito's in the House" John Tracy Teri Schaffer September 8, 1997 (1997-09-08) 403
Marion gives his pal Tito a job at the sports clinic, where he's a real piece of work for Max and Tonia. Meanwhile, Tonia and her boyfriend Derek face a complication in their romance.
52 4 "The Second Coming of Marion Hill" John Tracy Mike Costa September 15, 1997 (1997-09-15) 404
Marion makes a brief appearance during Tonia's meeting with an ad agency, and lands an underwear-modeling gig. Meanwhile, Tiffany decides to move out and Maxwell works hard for a date.
53 5 "Cruise (part 1)" John Tracy Bob Burris &
Michael Ware
September 22, 1997 (1997-09-22) 405
The gang (including Tiffany, who stows away) goes on a cruise after Maxwell books Marion to give a speech.
54 6 "Cruise (part 2)" John Tracy Michelle Jones September 29, 1997 (1997-09-29) 406
Marion and Maxwell's on-shore escapade continues, while out-at-sea, Mercedes frets that Maxwell has ditched her.
55 7 "Pranks (a.k.a. Flirting With the Darkside)" John Tracy Jerry Colker October 13, 1997 (1997-10-13) 407
Rivalry with a clinic across the street results in a series of pranks. Meanwhile, Tiffany, Carl and Raynelle are having trouble with trying to finish their psychology papers.
56 8 "Tonia's Big Break" Madeline Cripe Sheryl North October 27, 1997 (1997-10-27) 408
Tonia's motivational speech to juvenile female inmates inspires a prison break. Meanwhile, Tito's determined to manage a singing group.
57 9 "The Stuff That Dreams are Made Of" John Tracy Gary Hardwick November 10, 1997 (1997-11-10) 409
Marion and the gang reluctantly participate in a dream therapy session.
58 10 "When Marion Met Natalie" John Tracy Cynthia R. Harris &
Raynelle Swilling
November 13, 1997 (1997-11-13) 410
Marion provides living space for Natalie, a girl from the old neighborhood who's all grown up now.
59 11 "Tiffany's School Daze (part 1)" Alfonso Ribeiro Mike Costa November 17, 1997 (1997-11-17) 411
Tiffany is attracted to an older grad student.
60 12 "Tiffany's School Daze (part 2)" John Tracy Gary Hardwick November 24, 1997 (1997-11-24) 412
Marion advises Tiffany to steer clear of Graham. Meanwhile, Marion and Tonia scheme to reunite Maxwell and Mercedes.
61 13 "God is in the House" John Tracy Michelle Jones December 16, 1997 (1997-12-16) 413
At Christmastime, Tonia's sister, Yolanda, voices to Marion her doubts that the ministry is her true calling.
62 14 "Say Anything" John Tracy Teri Schaffer January 12, 1998 (1998-01-12) 414
After a breakup, Marion is sued for damages over the "little lies" he uttered during the relationship.
63 15 "The Tennis Story" John Tracy David Wyatt January 19, 1998 (1998-01-19) 415
Marion and Natalie have overwhelming urges for each other during a charity tennis tournament.
64 16 "The Marion Rules" John Tracy Art Everett February 16, 1998 (1998-02-16) 416
Marion and Natalie establish relationship rules; Mercedes proposes to Maxwell; Tiffany is the birthing coach for a woman with a grudge.
65 17 "Working Overtime (part 1)" Alfonso Ribeiro Lena Charles &
Teri Schaffer
February 23, 1998 (1998-02-23) 417
To make clinic rent money, Marion rebuilds a youth center, where he confronts a bad guy from his past.
66 18 "Working Overtime (part 2)" Madeline Cripe Cynthia R. Harris &
Raynelle Swilling
March 2, 1998 (1998-03-02) 418
Marion wants to get Blake out from under Eddie's bad influence.
67 19 "One House and a Baby" Madeline Cripe Lisa Marie Petersen March 17, 1998 (1998-03-17) 419
Tiffany helps out her single-mom friend Shara. Meanwhile, Marion's paternal feelings worry Natalie.
68 20 "All's Fair in Love and War" Sheldon Epps Jerry Colker March 24, 1998 (1998-03-24) 420
Marion denies having feelings for Natalie, as he and Tito throw a bachelor party for Maxwell.
69 21 "Mr. Hill Goes to New York" Alfonso Ribeiro Sarah Cottrell Stokes March 31, 1998 (1998-03-31) 421
After seeing Gabrielle and Mark kissing passionately, Tiffany confronts the amorous couple about their betrayal. Marion visits his grandmother in Queens, and also sees Natalie. Meanwhile, Mercedes' wealthy ex-boyfriend, Evan Burnett, returns.
70 22 "My Pest Friend's Wedding" Ted Lange Gary Hardwick April 7, 1998 (1998-04-07) 422
Mercedes and Maxwell's marriage is jeopardized when their parents bicker on their wedding day. Meanwhile, Marion considers popping the question to Natalie.

Season 5 (1999)[edit]

  • This season consisted of six episodes.
Series # Ep. # Title Directed by Written by Original airdate Prod. №
71 1 "Not as Good as It Gets" Ted Lange Gary Hardwick August 3, 1999 (1999-08-03) 601
Marion's life hits a crossroads when he begins to fret over whether he and Maxwell should sell their clinic while Tonia gets offers from the WNBA. Meanwhile, Carl and Raynelle move in with Marion and Tiffany temporarily, but the three friends soon regret the whole idea.
72 2 "There's Something About Tiffany" Ted Lange Cynthia R. Harris &
Raynelle Swilling
August 4, 1999 (1999-08-04) 602
Tiffany and Graham's relationship heats up while Marion is introduced to Valerie's inquisitive daughter Brianna. Also, Marion's nana pays him a visit and explains to her grandson that she's getting engaged and Mercedes and Maxwell face problems in the bedroom.
73 3 "How Nana Got Her Groove Back" Richard Steir Lena Charles &
Teri Schaffer Hicks
August 5, 1999 (1999-08-05) 603
Marion's suspicions about Nana's fiancee Ted causes the relationship to collapse on the eve of their wedding. Also, a letter left from Tiffany reveals that she has eloped with Graham.
74 4 "Cornbread, Marion and Me" Richard Steir Cynthia R. Harris &
Raynelle Swilling
August 6, 1999 (1999-08-06) 604
Marion accidentally kills Brianna's goldfish. Meanwhile, Maxwell tries to reconcile with Mercedes with the help of a counselor. Raynelle's new boyfriend becomes too clingy.
75 5 "Guest Dad" Ted Lange Lena Charles &
Teri Schaffer
August 10, 1999 (1999-08-10) 605
Maxwell and Mercedes struggle to conceive a child while Marion encounters Valerie's ex-husband Justin, who has plans for reconciliation.
76 6 "Out the House" Ted Lange Gary Hardwick August 11, 1999 (1999-08-11) 606
Marion awaits news on an NFL franchise. Carl and Raynelle try to deceive their parents. Maxwell and Mercedes continue to try to conceive a child. Marion reconciles with Valerie.

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