My So-Called Life (1994–1995)
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So Called Angels 

Rickie finds himself homeless on Christmas, and Angela tries to help him with the aid of a mysterious homeless girl.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Juliana Hatfield ...
Robert Katims ...
Children's Services Officer
Ben Mittleman ...
Church Worker
Inner Voices ...
Church Choir
Morgan Ames ...
Church Choir
Clydene Jackson ...
Church Choir (as Clydene Jackson Edwards)


Rickie finds himself homeless on Christmas, and Angela tries to help him with the aid of a mysterious homeless girl.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance




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22 December 1994 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Juliana Hatfield was a prominent female rock musician in the early 1990's. She plays the role of Joy in this episode and her music is featured. See more »


Enrique (Rickie) Vasquez: [sees Jordan on the street] Hey.
Jordan: You need a ride or something?
Enrique (Rickie) Vasquez: Uh, sure.
Jordan: So, where we going?
Enrique (Rickie) Vasquez: Uh... let me think. Um...
Jordan: Look if you need someplace to crash, I know a place.
Enrique (Rickie) Vasquez: Thanks.
Jordan: [looks at Rickie's bruises] My old man used to knock me around, too.
Enrique (Rickie) Vasquez: He did?
Jordan: He hasn't done it in a couple years, though. He's too scared. The last time... I threw a chair at him.
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Best episode ever.
1 October 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Out of all of the "My So Called Life" episodes, this is by far, the best one. It was so beautiful.. I think I actually cried. Rickie is homeless, and they find he is being watched and taken care of by an angel disguised as a homeless girl. The girl (angel) had died before graduating high school, she had had a fight with her mom and then ran away, freezing to death in the cruel winter air. The way she describes the fight to Patty resembles the fight that Patty and Angela had had earlier. The angel also sings a beautiful song, the only words from the haunting lyrics that I can remember are "seek and you will find it, someone wants to love you" I just absolutely, positively adored this episode!

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