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The Judy Cohen Story 

JJ gets Michael's band a job at a tavern. While the pay is good, Florida does not want Michael to be playing in a bar. When JJ is at the tavern, he hears another singer (Judy Cohen) and knows that she has real talent to make it big.

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Florida Evans
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Willona Woods (as Ja'net Du Bois)
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Michael Evans
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Thelma Evans (as Bern Nadette Stanis)
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James 'J.J.' Evans, Jr.
Judith Cohen ...
Judith Cohen
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Night Club Owner
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Marty Mitchell
Dick Gjonola ...
Jack Simmons
Thomas Powl ...
Dwayne Collins
Marvin Adams Jr. ...
Raymond Harris
Joe Coffey ...
Otis Johnson
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JJ gets Michael's band a job at a tavern. While the pay is good, Florida does not want Michael to be playing in a bar. When JJ is at the tavern, he hears another singer (Judy Cohen) and knows that she has real talent to make it big.

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22 December 1976 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Just Let Me Love You
Music and Lyrics written by Ja'net DuBois
Performed by Ralph Carter, Marvin Adams Jr., Joe Coffey, and Thomas Powl as Michael and the Dynomites.
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Send in the Clowns!!!
8 September 2007 | by See all my reviews

I don't know why we haven't heard of Judy Cohen since this episode. She can break your heart singing Stephen Sondheim's Send in the Clowns. She plays herself as an aspiring singer who beats herself down very much because she is overweight and not the classic beauty. J.J. takes to her because he is need of a good act in the music business. His previous act fell apart and he takes on Judy as a client. They have a short working relationship because even though everybody loves Judy so does a powerful agent who forces J.J. to make a decision about Judy's career. The episode is powerful and quite interesting to see how Judy interacts and treats J.J. with the same respect and loyalty that he did for her. But for her career, J.J. had to make a difficult decision. Where are you Judy Cohen? I hope you're still singing your heart out.


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