Garfield's First Lady: Lucretia
Clip: Season 28 Episode 4 | 1m 43s
The death of their three-year-old daughter and Garfield's affair in New York threatened to tear Lucretia and James apart. But the future First Lady's steadfastness and unwavering moral compass showed Garfield how to be a better man.
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