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Old Lady God (Character)
from "Joan of Arcadia" (2003)

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  1. "Joan of Arcadia"
        - Common Thread (2005) TV episode, Played by Kathryn Joosten
        - Trial and Error (2005) TV episode, Played by Kathryn Joosten
        - Independence Day (2005) TV episode, Played by Kathryn Joosten
        - Out of Sight (2004) TV episode, Played by Kathryn Joosten
        - Only Connect (2004) TV episode, Played by Kathryn Joosten
          (3 more)

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From "Joan of Arcadia: The Uncertainty Principle (#1.11)" (2003)
Joan: [Joan is in the hallway of her school. God appears as an older woman selling cupcakes for the soccer team] You're getting really good at showing up when nobody needs you.
Old Lady God: Well, now, that's your opinion.
Joan: So what do you want me to fail at this time?
Old Lady God: Now what makes you think you failed? You did exactly what I asked you to do: you observed.
Joan: Hmm! And what good did that do anybody? Ramsey's going to jail, Adam hates me even more...
Old Lady God: Observation is a more powerful force than you could possibly reckon. The invisible, the overlooked, and the unobserved are those that are most in danger of reaching the end of the spectrum. They lose the last of their light. From there, anything can happen.
Joan: Okay. Fine, I observed Ramsey, his life is still ruined.
Old Lady God: His life wasn't the only one at stake.
Joan: What do you mean?
Old Lady God: [Starts pointing out different students in the hallway] There's Laura Eason, ninth grader. She plays the flute. She would have been one of the first to go...
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