Now and Again

Season 1 Episode 4

One for the Money

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Aired Friday 9:00 PM Oct 15, 1999 on CBS
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One for the Money
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It is finally time for Michael's first 'real' mission. With the assistance of an old, long time, agent he is going to be sent to Hong Kong to arrange the 'elimination' of an ex-agent suspected of selling secrets to foreign powers. Michael doesn't like the use of the word 'elimination' in his mission statement but is told by Dr. Morris that he is not given him any choice over whether to take the mission or not.moreless

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  • another cool episode.

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    michael wiseman is assigned to go to hong kong. his family is running into money problems. The story centers on michael and his family dealing with the problems of everyday life. It's got a family theme, that makes this show really cool. it's so watchable, you'll have a good time watching it, you don't have to take it way too seriously. i really had a good time watching this episode. each episode is really cool, this show is a fresh take on the secret agent genre. the writers did a really great job with the stories. this is another good episode form now and again.moreless
Christine Baranski

Christine Baranski

voice of Ruth Bender [uncredited]

Margaret Colin

Margaret Colin

Lisa Wiseman

Dennis Haysbert

Dennis Haysbert

Dr. Theodore Morris

Gerrit Graham

Gerrit Graham

Roger Bender

Eric Close

Eric Close

Michael Wiseman

Heather Matarazzo

Heather Matarazzo

Heather Wiseman

Ed O'Ross

Ed O'Ross

'Murph'

Guest Star

Cynthia Harris

Cynthia Harris

Fashion Accessory Woman

Guest Star

Robert Hogan

Robert Hogan

Janis Lucic

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    • Michael: How're you doing?
      Murphy: To be honest with you, I'm a little stiff.
      Michael: Ah, killer humor.

    • Michael: Reveille. Come on out. We have to kill somebody in cold blood.

    • Heather: Hi, Daddy! I just wanted to let you know that speech you made on career day -- that was the best! And bringing in that dead guy as a visual aid? That was classic! (in a dream sequence)

    • Lisa: No matter what I do to the margins there's no font big enough to make up for the fact that my life only fills a third of a page.
      Heather: Is that bad?
      Lisa: No, not really. Not if you're nine. (Lisa working on her resume)

    • Heather: Daddy, the kids at school are saying you kill people for a living.
      Michael: They're wrong, Heather. I haven't actually killed anybody. Not yet.
      Heather: Well, if you do kill somebody, could you come into school and talk about it on career day? (in a dream sequence)

    • Lisa: Shhh! Heather's coming. I don't want her to know her father commits mortal sins for a living.
      Michael: It's not my living; it's what I do to live. (in a dream sequence)

    • Lisa: Don't take this the wrong way but I think I liked it better when you stayed dead. (to Michael in a dream sequence)

    • Dr. Theo: I don't really expect you to do it. We know he was your friend. Think of it as a training mission for the kid.
      Michael: Am I "the kid"? I don't mean to seem dense, but am I "the kid"?
      Murphy: He's a virgin.
      Michael: Again, I know I'm interrupting the flow, but am I the "virgin"?

    • Michael: Where's that subway train when you need it?

    • Dr. Theo: Oh, yes, you can. Any man can, if he has to. And Mr. Wiseman, you have to. You made a deal just like I made a deal. Now my marker's being called in so that means your marker's being called in. So you will go and do this little job for king, country, and Dr. Morris, and you will do it swiftly and you will do it skillfully, and in return, you will be allowed to live another day.

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