However, Bridget breaks up with Donny on the video, which leads to a feud between the Hennessys and the Doyles.
Upset, Donny hitchhikes all the way to the Hennessys in the back of a pig truck to win Bridget back; however, Bridget has still not broken up with her other boyfriend, Damien.
Cate is afraid of sleeping alone in her bed and sleeps on the couch.
After Paul's funeral, friends and neighbors gather at the Hennessys' for the wake.
Meanwhile, there are reports of eggings and toilet-paperings all over the neighborhood.
Paul tries to come up with names for this menace, unaware that the criminal is Rory. In his memory, clips of his past two years on the show are shown, ending with the message: "John Ritter 1948–2003 We will never forget you".
It's an article about how no matter how much his kids may resent him from time to time, Paul knows that deep down, they love him, even when they say "I hate you;" this helps Bridget to finally overcome her guilt.
That night, Cate is finally ready to sleep in her own bed again; she is joined by the kids who want her to read Paul's article, which she does.
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8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter is an American television sitcom that originally aired on ABC from September 17, 2002 to April 15, 2005. Bruce Cameron's book of the same name, the show starred John Ritter during its first season.
The summer is over and Kerry has "grown" in Europe and wants to break up with Kyle. Rory is being bullied in school - (un)fortunately Gramps and C.
Bridget is the student body president and revels in her power.