Any Day Now

Season 3 Episode 7

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Sep 10, 2000 on Lifetime
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Present: M.E. decides to write a book about the unsung heroes of the civil rights movement after learning about Mrs. Samuels' experience as a cleaning lady for Dr. Martin Luther King. Rene is reunited with a friend who was once an active student leader at Morehouse but is now serving a life sentence. Past: M.E. and Rene learn how involved Sara is in the civil rights involvement after James is arrested during a protest and Sara steps in to take his place as a leader. Rene is surprised when she sees her mother step back into the background upon her father's return.moreless

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    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)

    Chet Grissom

    Chet Grissom

    Sheriff

    Guest Star

    Lee Chamberlin

    Lee Chamberlin

    Mrs. Samuels

    Guest Star

    John Lafayette

    John Lafayette

    James Jackson

    Recurring Role

    Donzaleigh Abernathy

    Donzaleigh Abernathy

    Sara Jackson

    Recurring Role

    Elise Shirley

    Elise Shirley

    Young Teresa O'Brien

    Recurring Role

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      • Brian: They accused me of starting a riot.
        Rene: And did you?
        Brian: The inhumane conditions of this facility caused it. Six inmates to each cell, medical treatment not suitable for dogs, contaminated food, but we changed all that.
        Rene: And you're in for life.

      • Brian: I do a thousand finger-tip pushovers every day, just to be on the safe side. I sleep only a few hours a day, I do not want to sleep my life away, and when I'm not doing that, I read case laws, and I write, and I pray.

      • Rene: He got kicked out of Moorehouse because he wanted black studies in a black college. After that he got so angry he robbed a convenient store.
        Sara: Rene, every black man is angry, your father was angry, your Uncle Martin was angry, your brother is filled to the brim with anger, and none of them ever broke any laws.
        Rene: What about marching, and sitting at segregated tables?
        Sara: That was different, we were fighting for our rights.

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