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Mary Elizabeth 'M.E.' O'Brien Sims (Character)
from "Any Day Now" (1998)

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Alternate Names:
Mary Elizabeth 'M.E.' Sims / Young Mary Elizabeth 'M.E.' O'Brien / Young Mary Elizabeth O'Brien

Filmography

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  1. "Any Day Now"
        - Just the Beginning: Part 2 (2002) TV episode, Played by Annie Potts (as Mary Elizabeth 'M.E.' Sims) / Olivia Hack (as Young Mary Elizabeth 'M.E.' O'Brien)
        - Just the Beginning: Part 1 (2002) TV episode, Played by Annie Potts (as Mary Elizabeth 'M.E.' Sims) / Olivia Hack (as Young Mary Elizabeth 'M.E.' O'Brien)
        - Let the Games Begin (2002) TV episode, Played by Annie Potts (as Mary Elizabeth 'M.E.' Sims) / Olivia Hack (as Young Mary Elizabeth 'M.E.' O'Brien)
        - Boys Will Be Boys (2002) TV episode, Played by Annie Potts (as Mary Elizabeth 'M.E.' Sims) / Olivia Hack (as Young Mary Elizabeth 'M.E.' O'Brien)
        - Truth Hurts (2002) TV episode, Played by Annie Potts (as Mary Elizabeth 'M.E.' Sims) / Olivia Hack (as Young Mary Elizabeth 'M.E.' O'Brien)
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Quotes:
From "Any Day Now: It's Not About the Butter: Part 1 (#2.9)" (1999)
Mary Elizabeth 'M.E.' O'Brien Sims: We walk through every day pretty much invisible, you know? I mean we never have to think about being white, when was the last time you thought about being white?
[Colliar doesn't answer]
Mary Elizabeth 'M.E.' O'Brien Sims: There, you see? And this stuff goes deep and it's all mixed up in the past with slavery and what we went through as kids. Do you ever think about those days?
Colliar Sims: As little as possible.
Mary Elizabeth 'M.E.' O'Brien Sims: Well I think about them. I called Uncle Jimmy today/
Colliar Sims: WHAT?
Mary Elizabeth 'M.E.' O'Brien Sims: He's the worst racist I've ever known! He wasn't at home.
Colliar Sims: Don't you be calling him back, Mary Elizabeth! You cut him out of your life years ago with good reason!
Mary Elizabeth 'M.E.' O'Brien Sims: Daddy saw him last year, he was in the hospital, something with his heart.
Colliar Sims: The man has no heart.
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