Now a waitress one woman convinces her younger self to not give up on becoming a photographer.



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Episode credited cast:
Gordie Brown ...
Mr. Jones
Judge Jepthah / M.C.
Julie Smith / Mildred
Mark Smith
Kelly Ivey ...
Young Julie
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jordy Benattar ...
Little Kimberly Smith
Adult Axel
Simon B. Cotter ...
Driver (as Simon Cotter)
Officer Perez
Young Mark Smith
Julie's Mother
LinLyn Lue ...
Young Police Woman (as Linlyn Lui)
Sam Malkin ...
Cook / Owner
Ben Mayer-Goodman ...
Young Axel (as Ben Mayer Goodman)


Married into wealth, Julie Smith has been chronically depressed since she was a teenager. Her depression has made her virtually non-functioning to her husband, her two children or herself. She is borderline suicidal. She blames her depression on her mother, who would not allow her to pursue her dream of becoming a photographic artist, this work which was her identity. Julie's mother just wanted her to marry a wealthy man and be a woman of leisure. The verdict of Julie's case is made all the more difficult for her since Jael, from the Book of Judges, is acting as prosecutor. But Jones and Julie herself provide a strong enough case to get her a second chance sentence. Judge Jepthah sends her back as Mildred, a waitress at a diner where a teen-aged Julie hangs out. As Mildred, Julie is forced to work hard, something foreign to her adult self. She is also uncertain how she can change her mother's mind to allow her to go to art school to become a photographer. Spending time with Mildred's ... Written by Huggo

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22 September 1999 (Canada)  »

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Actor Al Waxman has a double role, that of Judge Jepthah and as M.C. In his role as the M.C., he is credited by his fuller name "Albert S. Waxman". See more »


Mildred (Kate Jackson) is awakened when her roommate Annie comes home and finds her asleep on a chair in Axl's room. She pulls her feet back to reveal pristine white leather cross trainers, the manufacture of which would not be realized until at least 20 years in the future. See more »

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