Any Day Now

Season 2 Episode 10

It's Not About The Butter (2)

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Oct 24, 1999 on Lifetime
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It's Not About The Butter (2)
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Present: M.E. and Colliar are proven correct in blaming Uncle Jimmy for coordinating the cross burning when his name is discovered on the membership list of an online hate group that has targeted Rene and Sara on their "hit list"; Rene files a civil suit against Uncle Jimmy; Bill and Rene discuss the future of their relationship. Past: As James proceeds with his civil rights suit against the police department, Sara and Rene are pulled over and threatened by a police officer while they are driving on an isolated road, and they see Jimmy O'Brien sitting in the patrol car; James and Sara discuss whether they should stay and fight or return to Detroit.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Annie Potts

    Annie Potts

    Mary Elizabeth "M.E." O'Brien Sims

    Lorraine Toussaint

    Lorraine Toussaint

    Rene Jackson

    Mae Middleton

    Mae Middleton

    Young Mary Elizabeth (Episodes 1-66)

    Shari Dyon Perry

    Shari Dyon Perry

    Young Rene Jackson (Episodes 1-66)

    Maya Elise Goodwin

    Maya Elise Goodwin

    Young Rene Jackson (Episodes 67-88)

    Olivia Hack

    Olivia Hack

    Young Mary Elizabeth (Episodes 67-88)

    Steve Rankin

    Steve Rankin

    Police Officer

    Guest Star

    Bert Kramer

    Bert Kramer

    Judge Samuels

    Guest Star

    Richard Penn

    Richard Penn

    Dr. Constat

    Guest Star

    John Lafayette

    John Lafayette

    James Jackson

    Recurring Role

    Jack Laufer

    Jack Laufer

    Mr. Lowenstein

    Recurring Role

    Taneka Johnson

    Taneka Johnson

    Lakeisha Reynolds

    Recurring Role

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      • (in court Rene recalls a day Jimmy sat in his car while his partner held a gun to her head and made Sarah call herself a n****r)
        Jimmy: I didn't do it.
        Rene: But you watched, and enjoyed it. And through time you have continued to watch, is that all you do?
        Jimmy: I don't just watch and you know it you fancy ass high heeled n****r!
        (the court gasps)
        Rene: You hate me, don't you?
        Jimmy: Yes I do, and that ain't illegal either.
        Rene: No, but you went from hating to hurting, and God bless Alabama because in this state, hurting IS illegal!

      • M.E.: Can you believe this?
        Rene: Are they finally going to talk to him?
        Colliar: Yeah, but nobody saw anything, they said it'd be hard to prove.
        M.E.: Didn't I tell you he was crazy? Didn't I tell you Uncle Jimmy was just CRAZY?
        Colliar: Mary Elizabeth, calm down!
        M.E.: I have SIX FBI agents on my front lawn, I don't want to calm down!

      • (about Jimmy)
        M.E.: I wish he'd need my blood or my kidney or something so I could just laugh in his face.

      • Matthew: Why were you over there?
        M.E.: He burnt a cross on our front lawn.
        Matthew: What?
        M.E.: Your brother, burnt a cross on our front lawn.
        Catherine: Mary Elizabeth, that is ridiculous.
        M.E.: Oh no, it was quite spectacular, what was it Colliar, about 8 feet, turned into a block party, the neighbors brought lawn chairs, everybody had such a good time we hope he does it again next week.
        Matthew: Now why on earth would Jimmy such a thing?
        M.E.: He's your brother, I don't know.
        Jimmy: Somebody take me home.
        M.E.: It lives.

      • Rene: It's like my daddy always says, 'it's always darkest before the dawn.'

      • M.E. (shows the list ot her father): The first one has a hit list with Rene and Sarah's names on them. The rest of them are your run-of-the-mill hate sites, like the Jew patrol, Godhateshomos.com, and my own personal favorite, the nigger joke center. Trust me, none of them are funny. This is what the man staying at your house believes, Daddy. And this is what your 13-year-old grandson was reading at breakfast.

      • Here is the quote which appeared at the end of this episode:


        "I imagine that one of the reasons people cling to their hates so stubbornly is because they sense, once hate is gone, that they will be forced to deal with pain." -- James Baldwin in "Notes of a Native Son", 1955.

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