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Any Day Now Season 4 Episodes

Season 4 Episode Guide

21 Episodes 2001 - 2002

Episode 1

Don't Forget to Take Out Your Teeth

Sun, Jul 15, 2001 60 mins

M.E. worries that the romance is dead in her marriage to Colliar, while Kelly frets that she is incapable of mothering her infant son. Elsewhere, Rene divides her time between interviewing potential associates to join her expanding law practice and representing a deaf client (Anthony Natale) in an employment-discrimination suit. In flashbacks, the girls face new challenges as they begin high school. Ajoni: Derrex Brady. Teresa: Elise Shirley. Staci: Gina Torres. Joe: Bronson Picket.

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Episode 2

No More Forever

Sun, Jul 22, 2001 60 mins

A bedridden M.E. passes the time spying on her neighbors, including an emotionally distraught little boy; and Rene busies herself with a case involving a controversial mural of the Holocaust. In the past, Sara and James are kept in the dark about Rene's new boyfriend. Kelly: Olivia Friedman. Ajoni: Derrex Brady. Davis: Calvin Devault.

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Episode 3

Everyone Deserves to Be Loved

Sun, Jul 29, 2001 60 mins

A mentally disabled man seeks Rene's help when the state threatens to separate him from his aunt and place him in an institution; and M.E. faces the severity of Alzheimer's disease when her father (William Converse-Roberts) arrives for a visit. In the past, Port Dixie is invaded by Rene and M.E.'s new high-school friends. Young Colliar: Dan Byrd. Catherine: Nancy McLoughlin. Sara: Donzaleigh Abernathy.

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Episode 4

Don't Give Up

Sun, Aug 5, 2001 60 mins

Rene takes on big business when she represents a group of children diagnosed with lead poisoning; M.E. tries in vain to share some quality mother-son time with Davis. In the past, the girls' friendship is tested as they each make new friends in high school. Jake: Dwight Armstrong. Staci: Gina Torres. Joe: Bronson Picket.

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Episode 5

One Hour of Drama

Sun, Aug 12, 2001 60 mins

M.E.'s world is turned upside down when a tornado strikes, trapping her and Rene with a cagey ex-con (Lawrence Monoson) while Mother Nature ravages her home. In the past, Young Rene's sassy attitude doesn't sit well with Sara (Donzaleigh Abernathy); and Young M.E. and Teresa (Elise Shirley) must endure a 10-day quarantine when they contract the chicken pox. Ajoni: Derrex Brady. Davis: Calvin DeVault. Kelly: Olivia Friedman.

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Episode 6

No Place in This World

Sun, Aug 19, 2001 60 mins

Rene fights for the rights of a homeless woman (Starletta DuPois), while the newly homeless M.E. and Colliar search for shelter and comfort. In the past, an unwelcome guest crashes the girls' PJ party. Young M.E.: Olivia Hack. Young Rene: Maya Goodwin. Young Colliar: Dan Byrd. Grandma Otis: Millie Perkins.

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Episode 7

Peace of Mind

Sun, Aug 26, 2001 60 mins

Colliar looks forward to starting over and building a "dream home" after receiving an insurance check for the losses incurred during the tornado. However, M.E. feels his plans are foolish, considering their recent streak of bad luck. Elsewhere, an act of heroism by Joe is rewarded with a lawsuit; and in the past, the girls take a vocational-aptitude test. Judge Evers: Telma Hopkins. Lakeisha: Taneka Johnson. Catherine: Nancy McLoughlin.

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Episode 8

The Contest

Sun, Sep 9, 2001 60 mins

Rene's ex-husband (James McDaniel) arrives, hoping to reconnect with his former flame. Despite a burning attraction, Rene tries to keep all romantic feelings in check, concentrating her energy on a Girls at Risk project with Judge Terhune (William Allen Young). Elsewhere, M.E. and Colliar adjust to living in an apartment; and in the past, Young Rene teaches Teresa how to dance with soul. Lakeisha: Taneka Johnson. Bob Goode: Robert Torti. Brenda: Netfa Perry.

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Episode 9

This Is Not Foreplay, This Is War

Sun, Oct 21, 2001 60 mins

M.E. and Colliar practice tough love with Kelly (Olivia Friedman) when she and Ajoni are unable to find a babysitter; and Rene defends the civil rights of the dead. In the past, the girls experience the hippie movement. Young M.E.: Olivia Hack. Young Rene: Maya Goodwin. Sara: Donzaleigh Abernathy.

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Episode 10

Blinded by White

Sun, Oct 28, 2001 60 mins

Rene falls ill on her first date with Judge Terhune (William Allen Young); M.E. walks into harm's way during a visit to Davis's school. In the past, Young Colliar (Dan Byrd) experiences racism first-hand. Young Rene: Maya Goodwin. Young M.E.: Olivia Hack.

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Episode 11

Rebel with a Cause

Sun, Nov 11, 2001 60 mins

Rene defends an elderly couple's right to share an intimate moment---or two---at their nursing home, and also sorts out her romantic feelings for Judge Terhune (William Allen Young). In other developments, M.E. waxes poetic about the Confederate flag; and in the past, Gov. Lurleen Wallace of Alabama makes a lasting impression on the girls. Young M.E.: Olivia Hack. Young Rene: Maya Goodwin. Sara: Donzaleigh Abernathy. Teresa: Elise Shirley.

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Episode 12

Stay of Execution

Sun, Nov 18, 2001 60 mins

Rene undergoes emergency heart surgery. M.E., meanwhile, fears for her daughter's financial welfare. In the past, the girls support Robert F. Kennedy for President, as the boys campaign for Richard Nixon. Ajoni: Derrex Brady. Judge Terhune: William Allen Young. Colliar: Chris Mulkey.

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Episode 13

Still My Little Soldier

Sun, Dec 2, 2001 60 mins

Even after heart surgery, Rene's focus remains on her career rather than her health. As M.E. urges her best friend to take better care of herself, Davis makes plans for his future by applying to a Catholic preparatory seminary. In the past, the Jacksons mourn the death of Martin Luther King Jr. Marilyn: Yolanda King. Turk: William Allen Young. Sara: Donzaleigh Abernathy. James: John Lafayette. Lakeisha: Taneka Johnson. Davis: Calvin DeVault. Father Mike: Daniel Roebuck.

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Episode 14

It's Not Karma, It's Life

Sun, Dec 9, 2001 60 mins

Rene feels uneasy around Turk (William Allen Young) as their relationship becomes sexual; and the first day back at work finds her oddly unnerved by a bullying client. M.E., meanwhile, obsesses about her growing waistline; while in the past, she worries about young Rene's involvement with the Black Panthers. James: John Lafayette. Joe: Bronson Picket. Lakeisha: Taneka Johnson. Kelly: Olivia Friedman.

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Episode 15

The Real Thing

Sun, Jan 6, 2002 60 mins

Rene resumes her full-time schedule and represents an artist who paints pictures of U.S. currency, while M.E. serves on a jury in which she finds herself in lone dissent of the other 11. In the past, the girls take an interest in Uncle Jimmy's love life. Lakeisha: Taneka Johnson. Joe: Bronson Picket. Staci: Gina Torres. Colliar: Chris Mulkey. Teresa: Elise Shirley.

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Episode 16

In Too Deep

Sun, Jan 13, 2002 60 mins

Rene takes on the case of a volleyball player who was dismissed from the college team for stripping; M.E. debates whether she should be a witness to an execution. In the past, the girls attend their first high-school formal. Kelly: Olivia Friedman. Colliar: Chris Mulkey. Catherine: Nancy McLoughlin. Teresa: Elise Shirley.

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Episode 17

Call Him Macaroni

Sun, Jan 20, 2002 60 mins

M.E. and Gail (Dawnn Lewis) clash while working on their grandson's first birthday celebration. Also, Rene accuses a company of sexual discrimination after they refuse to pay for an employee's birth-control pills; and in the past, Young Colliar seeks shelter from his abusive father after getting into a fender-bender. James: John Lafayette. Turk: William Allen Young. Ajoni: Derrex Brady. Kelly: Olivia Friedman.

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Episode 18

Truth Hurts

Sun, Jan 27, 2002 60 mins

M.E. considers taking part in a class-action lawsuit filed against a comedy club because of a fat joke told during a stand-up routine; and Rene confirms her commitment to Turk (William Allen Young) by proposing to him. In the past, Robert F. Kennedy is assassinated. Young M.E.: Olivia Hack. Young Rene: Maya Goodwin. Sara: Donzaleigh Abernathy.

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Episode 19

Boys Will Be Boys

Sun, Feb 17, 2002 60 mins

Rene is welcomed into Turk's family with an heirloom engagement ring, which she finds unattractive. M.E., meanwhile, encourages Kelly and Ajoni to settle their differences and stay together. In the past, the girls are physically harassed by a group of boys at a party. Sara: Donzaleigh Abernathy. James: John Lafayette. Turk: William Allen Young. Teresa: Elise Shirley. Ajoni: Derrex Brady.

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Episode 20

Let the Games Begin

Sun, Mar 3, 2002 60 mins

A group of Rastafarians seek Rene's legal counsel after being fired from their jobs because of their dreadlocks. M.E. and Sara, meanwhile, join forces against Rene's wedding coordinator. In the past, M.E.'s interest in the women's lib movement angers Rene, whose devoting her free time to the Black Panthers. Turk: William Allen Young. Sara: Donzaleigh Abernathy. James: John Lafayette. Teresa: Elise Shirley. Joe: Bronson Picket. Colliar: Chris Mulkey.

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Episode 21

Just the Beginning

Sun, Mar 10, 2002 120 mins

In the series finale, Rene splits her time between planning her wedding and establishing an argument in favor of reparations for slavery, while M.E. moves into her new home and receives an offer to teach about race relations. In the past, Young Rene hopes to become the first "colored" contestant to run for Miss Camellia, as Young M.E. prepares to protest the Miss America pageant in Atlantic City. Teresa: Elise Shirley. Turk: William Allen Young.

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