Any Day Now (1998–2002)
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It's Not About the Butter: Part 1 

In the present: M.E. mistakes a black woman for a waitress at a restaurant, throwing a wrench into her friendship with Rene who thinks she's racist. Odessa's leaving so Rene has to hire a ... See full summary »

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Olivia Friedman ...
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Elise Shirley ...
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William Converse-Roberts ...
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James Jackson
Nancy McLoughlin ...
Catherine O'Brien
Michael Pavone ...
Jimmy O'Brien (as Mike Pavone)
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In the present: M.E. mistakes a black woman for a waitress at a restaurant, throwing a wrench into her friendship with Rene who thinks she's racist. Odessa's leaving so Rene has to hire a new assistant. M.E. decides to write an article on racism, and speaks to her uncle Jimmy who runs a racist website. In the past: Jimmy catches Rene and M.E. hanging out and confronts M.E.'s parents about it. Rene wants to move back to Detroit and tells M.E they can't be friends anymore.

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24 October 1999 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Mary Elizabeth 'M.E.' O'Brien Sims: He said he was going to kill you!
Rene Jackson: So what else is new?
Mary Elizabeth 'M.E.' O'Brien Sims: He is crazy, Rene, just crazy, just take a gun off the wall and go kill people crazy.
Rene Jackson: I'm not afraid of your uncle, M.E.
Mary Elizabeth 'M.E.' O'Brien Sims: Well I am.
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