Any Day Now (1998–2002)

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Two friends, one black and one white recall their friendship in the past when they reunite in the present.


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  • Annie Potts and Lorraine Toussaint in Any Day Now (1998)
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  • Annie Potts and Lorraine Toussaint in Any Day Now (1998)

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Nancy Miller

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21 May 2005 | Louise6874
It's a T.V. show, NOT a documentary...where are you people from???
OK, for starters, Sunshine14clr...it's obvious that you are young, and misinformed, as well as undereducated. How would you know what life was like back then, except for what you've read and been told? Please put some SERIOUS consideration into looking up both liberal and propaganda in the dictionary, and be more careful about how you use words; if you don't know the meaning, don't use them! As for correcting you on your "opinion", you're welcome to it, just think before you speak, or you come across as a silly little girl.

To Ann Bowman...are you SURE you were watching Any Day Now??? The show's writers are ALL veterans of the business, and the point was the friendship itself, through all their personal issues, be it the times, family, or just differences of opinion. As for it being based on what's "fresh with Oprah fans", unless it's a DAILY show, it would be impossible to keep up.

To chrish1...call yourself what you want, the flag got burned, people were killed for the color of their skin, and however you word it, racism is racism...and the South LOST..GET OVER IT!!!

and lastly, to rvajs...try watching more than one show...

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