Twice in a Lifetime: Season 1, Episode 12

What She Did for Love (24 Nov. 1999)

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A singer is sent back to discover what she really wanted out of life.



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Episode credited cast:
Gordie Brown ...
Mr. Jones
Al Waxman ...
Linda MacCullen / Lana Kasalas
Young Linda MacCullen
Tom Miller
Vicki Sue
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jordan Allison ...
Kirk (as Hunter Scott)
Andrew Dinner ...
Debbie Fleming ...
Singing Louise
Brad Garrick ...
Kent (as Bradley Garrick)
Edward Glen ...
Window Washer (as Eddie Glen)
Stage Manager '99
Lee MacDougall ...
Stage Manager '79
Aliandra Dunne


For her entire life, singer Linda MacCullen strove solely for fame. However she blames her former accompanist and love, Tom Miller, for losing the role that she considers would have been her big break, that of Miss Melody on the hit game show "Name that Song". Tom's supposed wrongdoing?: telling Linda's rival, Vicki Sue, about the audition, she who eventually got the part and resulting fame. Linda ended up dumping Tom over this incident. Professionally, Linda was relegated to her existing job singing jingles, specifically as the Fizz Fairy. But she is even eventually dropped from that contract as she hits middle age. Despite Linda's self-centeredness and vanity, Mr. Jones uses one of his three "freebies" - giving an undeserving person a second chance. Judge Othniel, who agrees to Jones' plea, sends Linda back to twenty years prior, two days before the fateful audition as Lana Kasalas, Linda's make-up artist for the Fizz Fairy commercials. Lana's sole focus is to thwart Vicki's "Name ... Written by Huggo

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The title is based upon the song "What I Did for Love" from the musical "A Chorus Line". See more »


References A Chorus Line (1985) See more »

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