Twice in a Lifetime

Season 2 Episode 16

Moonshine Over Harlem

Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Feb 07, 2001 on Ion Television
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Moonshine Over Harlem
After a brief appearance at a school, Charlie - a gang member in the 1930s and 1940s - is killed. Othniel tells him that he has redeemed his bad ways ever since, but that he can get a second chance anyway, to solve his conflict with the love of his life, Rose. Mr. Smith follows Charlie back to Harlem during the Prohibition era, where Charlies interracial relationship to Rose is something strange and frowned upon. But the real problem is that Rose´s father is with the FBI, and that Rose will turn Charlie in. Now Charlie must somehow convince himself to get out before the deal that will be raided by the FBI, or get Rose to not turn him in.moreless

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Earle Hyman

Earle Hyman

Charlie Freeman / Jack

Guest Star

Candace Cameron

Candace Cameron

Rose Hathaway

Guest Star

Le Schawn Ward

Le Schawn Ward

Young Charlie Freeman

Guest Star

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


  • TRIVIA (1)

    • The Judge sends Charley back to the Depression era, when Prohibition was in force in the United States. Later in the show, Smith is attending a 1932 World Series game. The 1932 Series featured the New York Yankees and the Chicago Cubs. The Yankees swept the series 4-0 and Babe Ruth homered twice in Game 3, the only game in which he hit a home run. That game was played at Wrigley Field in Chicago.

  • QUOTES (2)

    • Judge Othniel: Mr Freeman, when was the last time that you were truly happy? So happy that the ordinary became the extraordinary, that every color looked brighter and every fragrance smelled sweeter?
      Mr Smith: But sir, what you're describing sounds a lot like ...
      Mr Freeman: Love.

    • Judge Othniel: Mr Freeman, you denied yourself love under the mistaken notion that you were no longer worthy of it. Without love, your life became a mere shadow of itself.

  • NOTES (1)

    • Additional Credits:
      Do it Daddy by Glenn Morley
      Our Love is True by Paul Leishman
      Trumpet Solo: Guido Basso
      Saxophone Solo: Verne Dorge


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