A married woman is into watching game shows. She gets onto one, which becomes a nightmare wherein if she answers correctly, her husband dies. She wins $1,000,000 then travels back in time ... See full summary »

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Siobhan McCafferty ...
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Sammy Ray
Georgia Dell ...
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A married woman is into watching game shows. She gets onto one, which becomes a nightmare wherein if she answers correctly, her husband dies. She wins $1,000,000 then travels back in time warning herself to get rid of the money or else her husband will die. Written by Sister Wendy

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Good episode
1 March 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

EPISODE 5: JUDY MILLER, COME ON DOWN- *** ½

Writers- Michael De Luca & Jack Temchin

Director- Tom DeSimone (Hell Night)

Judy Miller (Siobhan McCafferty) unhappy with her life appears on a twisted game show each right answer comes at a cost; the 2nd half has Judy and her husband Tom (John DeMita) enjoying their winnings, but when a maid (Susan Oliver) shows up and claims to be Judy from the future and tells her she has to kill her husband. I actually quite enjoyed this episode the first half is campy and over the top, but a lot of fun; the 2nd half wasn't as good, but still works, but problem is it was sort of pointless with a lame ending. Despite these problems I highly enjoyed this one for the most part. Larry Anderson who plays Sammy Ray played Michael Long who later became Michael Knight played by David Hasselhoff in the pilot episode of Knight Rider.


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