|Season 1, Episode 13|
|First Aired||August 19, 2001|
"A Private Life"
"In the Game"
The Fisher family experiences the control-freak side of Tracy Montrose Blaire.
Tracy Montrose Blaire is back but for very different reasons this time. Her Aunt Lillian has passed away and David is the only one that can help her. While David is trying to deal with Tracy's outrageous demands and cope with her ever-changing ideas, Nate is trying to deal with Brenda and her family. Interrupted from his funeral director's exam, Nate scurries over to Brenda's so he can take her to visit Billy. Ruth finally decides she doesn't want to be involved with Nikolai and gets fired because of it.
- Peter Krause as Nate Fisher
- Michael C. Hall as David Fisher
- Frances Conroy as Ruth Fisher
- Lauren Ambrose as Claire Fisher
- Freddy Rodriguez as Federico Diaz
- Mathew St. Patrick as Keith Charles
- Jeremy Sisto as Billy Chenowith
- Rachel Griffiths as Brenda Chenowith
- Ed Begley Jr. as Hiram Gunderson
- Richard Jenkins as Nathaniel Fisher
- Ed O'Ross as Nikolai
- Dina Waters as Tracy Montrose Blair
- Gary Hershberger as Matthew Gilardi
- Giancarlo Rodriguez as Julio Diaz
- Tim Maculan as Father Jack
- Marina Black as Parker McKenna
- Justina Machado as Vanessa Diaz
- Paul Terrell Clayton as Eddie
- Eric Balfour as Gabriel Dimas
- Frank Crim as Convenience Store Clerk
- Timm Sharp as Andy
- Brian Poth as Marc Foster
- Aaron Leigh as Dink
- Cameron Watson as Doctor
- Jamie McShane as Paramedic
- Hayden Tank as Young Nate
- Maximillian Orion Kesmodel as Young David
- Frank Birney as Walter Kriegenthaler
- Nancy Linehan Charles as Connie
Lillian Grace Montrose
October 4th, 1936 - June 14th, 2001
Beloved aunt of Tracy Montrose Blair, Ms. Montrose passed away in the comfort of her home on Thursday.
Lillian Grace Montrose spent her early childhood in Austria where her father taught music composition at the Vienna Music Conservatory. An accomplished musician in her own right, Ms. Montrose received a music degree from Baltimore's prestigious Peabody Conservatory. She later attended Sarah Lawrence College, where she got a Masters degree in French Literature.
An ardent traveler, Ms. Montrose met her late husband, Rolph, while engaging in an archeological dig in Nairobi. She suffered personal tragedies in her life, including losing her husband and only daughter, Claudia, in a fatal car accident ten years ago-but somehow she always persevered, like the great lady that she was.
Ms. Montrose was a respected and well-loved staple of her community. She raised Welsh Corgis on her estate and her dogs were twice awarded Best in Show at the Westminster Kennel Club's annual tournament. A tireless fundraiser, a patron of the arts and a master gardener, Ms. Montrose regularly combined her three great passions by hosting fundraising garden parties on her estate, inviting some of the world's most prominent writers, artists and statesmen.
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Junior League of Los Angeles, 630 North Larchmont Blvd., LA 90004
Funeral service for Ms. Montrose will be held on Monday, June 18th from 3-6PM at Fisher & Sons Funeral Home. Funeral Mass will follow at 6:30PM at St. Bartholomew's Church, LA.
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