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Any Day Now Season 3 Episodes

Season 3 Episode Guide

21 Episodes 2000 - 2001

Episode 1

Nope

Sun, Jul 23, 2000 60 mins

Rene defends a 14-year-old on trial for murder, but her compassion is tested by the boy's indifference and his mother's efforts to cash in on the publicity. Meanwhile, Colliar quits M.E.'s job for her and puts her on an allowance. Judge: Telma Hopkins. Rene: Lorraine Toussaint. M.E.: Annie Potts. Colliar: Chris Mulkey.

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Episode 2

It's a Good Thing I Am Not Black

Sun, Jul 30, 2000 60 mins

Rene becomes the victim of racial profiling; M.E. investigates a controversial story in the town of Clayton Falls. Rene: Lorraine Toussaint. M.E.: Annie Potts. Colliar: Chris Mulkey. Kelly: Olivia Friedman.

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Episode 3

Three Hours a Week

Sun, Aug 6, 2000 60 mins

Rene becomes a mentor to a brazen youth; M.E.'s novel, "Port Dixie," is a local bestseller, prompting a radio interview. Rene: Lorraine Toussaint. M.E.: Annie Potts. Colliar: Chris Mulkey.

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Episode 4

The Dust of Life

Sun, Aug 13, 2000 60 mins

The illegitimate son (Rick Yune) of M.E.'s deceased brother comes to town; Rene represents a father in a complicated child-custody case. M.E.: Annie Potts. Rene: Lorraine Toussaint. Colliar: Chris Mulkey.

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Episode 5

Three Lucky Ladies on the Line

Sun, Aug 20, 2000 60 mins

April's mood swings cause Rene to suspect the worst of her young protégée. Meanwhile, M.E. worries that the arrival of Colliar's mother spells trouble for the Sims family. Rene: Lorraine Toussaint. M.E.: Annie Potts. Colliar: Chris Mulkey.

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Episode 6

Nothing Personal

Sun, Sep 3, 2000 60 mins

When Colliar claims to be the victim of reverse discrimination, Rene and M.E. find themselves at odds. In flashbacks, Rene and M.E. suspect that someone is spying on James. Colliar: Chris Mulkey. James: John Lafayette. Sara: Donzaleigh Abernathy.

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Episode 7

Life

Sun, Sep 10, 2000 60 mins

M.E. receives inspiration for her next book from an unexpected source---April's grandmother; Rene is shocked to find that one of her college friends is serving a jail sentence. Colliar: Chris Mulkey. James: John Lafayette. Sara: Donzaleigh Abernathy.

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Episode 8

Love Is Love

Sun, Oct 8, 2000 60 mins

M.E. and Colliar meet with the parents of Kelly's boyfriend to discuss the intensity of their children's relationship; Rene recalls her first crush on a white boy after a colleague expresses a romantic interest in her. Sara: Donzaleigh Abernathy. James: John Lafayette. Catherine: Nancy McLoughlin.

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Episode 9

There Are No Rules

Sun, Oct 15, 2000 60 mins

Rene's chances of being elected district attorney are jeopardized when she is mistakenly arrested for car theft. Meanwhile, Davis announces his plans to become a priest. M.E.: Annie Potts. Colliar: Chris Mulkey. Kelly: Olivia Friedman.

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Episode 10

The Outsiders

Sun, Oct 29, 2000 60 mins

M.E. refuses to rewrite what was supposed to be an article on the role of women in the church; Rene is asked to drop a client who may jeopardize her chances of winning the election for District Attorney. Colliar: Chris Mulkey. Kelly: Olivia Friedman. Sara: Donzaleigh Abernathy.

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Episode 11

It's a Mother-Daughter Thing

Sun, Nov 5, 2000 60 mins

Kelly announces to her parents that she is pregnant with Ajoni's baby; Rene attempts to earn the endorsement of the police union. M.E.: Annie Potts. Colliar: Chris Mulkey. Davis: Christopher Winsor.

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Episode 12

Lighten Up, Rene

Sun, Dec 3, 2000 60 mins

Rene's campaign is aided by a woman's golf club, which is known for having prejudices against dark-skinned people; Colliar struggles to come to terms with Kelly's pregnancy. Kelly: Olivia Friedman. Davis: Christopher Winsor. Catherine: Nancy McLoughlin.

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Episode 13

Where's the Justice in That?

Sun, Dec 10, 2000 60 mins

Rene's campaign for DA takes a turn for the worse when she confesses to experimenting with drugs in the past; M.E. protests the censoring of a short play that she wrote for Kelly's high school. Colliar: Chris Mulkey. Kelly: Olivia Friedman. Davis: Christopher Winsor.

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Episode 14

Five Golden Rings

Sun, Dec 17, 2000 60 mins

M.E.'s plans for a stress-free Yuletide are spoiled when her parents discover that Kelly is pregnant; Rene's hands are full organizing a politically correct Lawyers in Politics holiday party, while also entertaining her family. Colliar: Chris Mulkey. Kelly: Olivia Friedman. Davis: Christopher Winsor. Catherine: Nancy McLoughlin. Matt: William Converse-Roberts. Sara: Donzaleigh Abernathy. James: John Lafayette. Colin: T.J. Hall.

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Episode 15

Life Isn't Fair

Sun, Jan 14, 2001 60 mins

Rene faces off against the school board after Kelly is asked to leave before graduation because of her pregnancy. Elsewhere, Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien deal with the fact that they are to become great-grandparents. M.E.: Annie Potts. Colliar: Chris Mulkey. Catherine: Nancy McLoughlin. James: John Lafayette.

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Episode 16

Ten Days? Are You Crazy?

Sun, Jan 21, 2001 60 mins

Kelly and Ajoni plan to wed, with or without the blessing of their parents. As M.E. worries about her daughter and grandchild's future, she thinks back to when Elston ran away to Canada to avoid the draft. Colliar: Chris Mulkey. Rene: Lorraine Toussaint. Sara: Donzaleigh Abernathy.

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Episode 17

Tick, Tick, Tick

Sun, Feb 18, 2001 60 mins

M.E. is sickened by Colliar's refusal to support their pregnant daughter's impending nuptials to Ajoni (Derrex Brady); and Rene aims to stop abused women from protecting their assailants. In the past, the girls try to cope with their heartache over the war in Vietnam. Kelly: Olivia Friedman. Davis: Calvin DeVault. Catherine: Nancy McLoughlin. Matt: William Converse-Roberts.

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Episode 18

Don't Tell Me This Is About Franky

Sun, Feb 25, 2001 60 mins

Rene tries a rape case as a hate crime, claiming that the victim suffered a physical disability because she weighed half as much as her assailant; and M.E. wonders whether her marriage can be saved when Colliar admits to being racist against Ajoni. In flashbacks, 13-year-old Colliar flexes his muscles against Henry to impress M.E. Kelly: Olivia Friedman. Sara: Donzaleigh Abernathy. Catherine: Nancy McLoughlin. Lakeisha: Taneka Johnson.

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Episode 19

What If?

Sun, Mar 4, 2001 60 mins

M.E. wonders what her life would be like if she had never married Colliar, and Rene considers what life would be like as a working mother. James: John Lafayette. Sara: Donzaleigh Abernathy. Teresa: Elise Shirley. Henry: Shan Elliott. Odessa: Mary-Pat Green.

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Episode 20

Children Are the Most Important Thing

Sun, Mar 11, 2001 60 mins

Rene defends a receptionist who believes she was discriminated against because she doesn't have kids, while M.E. considers making her separation permanent. In flashbacks, word comes to the O'Brien family that Johnny is dead. Young M.E.: Mae Middleton. Catherine: Nancy McLoughlin. Matt: William Converse-Roberts. Uncle Jimmy: Mike Pavone. Teresa: Elise Shirley.

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Episode 21

It's Not Just a Word

Sun, Mar 18, 2001 120 mins

Rene defends a 16-year-old boy who accidentally killed another boy over a racial slur. Elsewhere, M.E. celebrates the death of her racist Uncle Jimmy and complications require Kelly to remain in the hospital for the duration of her pregnancy. In the past, the girls prepare to graduate from elementary school. Ajoni: Derrex Brady. Richie: Eric K. George. Janet: Vernee Watson-Johnson. Peter: Greg Daniel. Colliar: Chris Mulkey. Davis: Calvin Devault. Lakeisha: Taneka Johnson.

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