CASSIE'S PASSION FOR ART GETS IN THE WAY OF HER LOVE FOR CHARLES, WHILE EDDIE TRIES TO RESTORE PEACE IN THE COMMUNITY IN AN ALL NEW EPISODE OF "LINCOLN HEIGHTS,"
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Burbank, CA (September 10, 2007), Cassie's love for art may be driving her away from Charles, while another shooting in the neighborhood causes tensions to rise with the gangs and police, but Eddie and Lund try to bring some peace, in "The Feeling That We Have," an all new episode of "Lincoln Heights" airs Tuesday, October 2, 8:00-9:00 p.m., ET, on ABC Family.
Cassie loves her new job at the Revolution Coffee Spot and is getting closer to her boss Luc. But, when Luc helps Cassie with her art, Charles feels like he's being driven away. Meanwhile, tensions are high on the streets of Lincoln Heights when another shooting occurs, suspected to be gang related. Eddie and Lund decide to try and bring some peace to the neighborhood by organizing a basketball game with the rival gangs. Will this friendly game bring these kids together or just incite more hate?
"Lincoln Heights" stars Russell Hornsby as Eddie Sutton, Nicki Micheaux as Jenn Sutton, Erica Hubbard as Cassie Sutton, Mishon Ratliff as Tay Sutton, Rhyon Brown as Lizzie Sutton, Robert Adamson as Charles and Michael Reilly Burke as Kevin Lund.
Kathleen McGhee-Anderson is Executive Producer. Larry Moskowitz is the Co-Executive Producer with Dawn Urbont serving as Supervising Producer and Kevin Inch and Dayna Lynne North as Producers. "Lincoln Heights" is produced by ABC Family/Disney.