Now and Again Episodes

1999, TV Show

Episode Detail: Deep in My Heart There's a Song - Now and Again

In flashbacks, Michael (John Goodman) passes out at a railroad crossing and is taken to a hospital. Meanwhile, in the present, Michael (Eric Close) experiences a violent seizure and Theo fears that the body he built is rejecting Michael's brain. To further complicate matters, the senator in charge of Theo's funding is set to visit the next day. Theo: Dennis Haysbert. Lisa: Margaret Colin. Heather: Heather Matarazzo.

Episodes: Now and Again (22)

5/5/2000: The Eggman Cometh    Season 1, Episode 22
4/28/2000: The Bugmiester, Part Bee    Season 1, Episode 21
4/21/2000: The Bugmeister    Season 1, Episode 20
4/14/2000: There Are No Words    Season 1, Episode 19
3/31/2000: Lizzard's Tale    Season 1, Episode 18
3/10/2000: Boy Wonder    Season 1, Episode 17
2/25/2000: Everybody Who's Anybody    Season 1, Episode 16
2/18/2000: Deep in My Heart There's a Song    Season 1, Episode 15
2/11/2000: Film at Eleven    Season 1, Episode 14
1/28/2000: I Am the Greatest    Season 1, Episode 13
1/14/2000: Disco Inferno    Season 1, Episode 12
1/7/2000: Fire and Ice    Season 1, Episode 11
12/17/1999: I've Grown Accustomed to His Face    Season 1, Episode 10
11/26/1999: By the Light of the Moon    Season 1, Episode 9
11/19/1999: Pulp Turkey    Season 1, Episode 8
11/12/1999: A Girl's Life    Season 1, Episode 7
11/5/1999: Nothing to Fear but Nothing to Fear    Season 1, Episode 6
10/22/1999: The Insurance Man Always Rings Twice    Season 1, Episode 5
10/15/1999: One for the Money    Season 1, Episode 4
10/8/1999: Over Easy    Season 1, Episode 3
10/1/1999: On the Town    Season 1, Episode 2
9/24/1999: Origins    Season 1, Episode 1

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Premiered: September 24, 1999, on CBS
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Premise: A dead man's brain is implanted in a genetically enhanced body as an experiment by the government, which forbids him to contact his grieving family. Blending sci-fi and adventure (with some humor and romance thrown in), the series found a small but loyal audience, which was left hanging when the show was canceled after a cliff-hanging first-season finale. Created by Glen Gordon Caron (`Moonlighting').


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