Empathy, Compassion, Humility, Responsibility, and Self-Awareness
When you see things from another’s perspective, you can act with kindness and compassion versus criticism and prejudice.
Nancy Travis, Philip Winchester, Yara Martinez, Cameron Deane Stewart, Jackson Pace, and Jana Lee Hamblin
What would you learn if you stepped into someone else’s life? Stressed-out high school teacher Trish Fahey (played by Nancy Travis: “Last Man Standing,” “3 Men and a Baby,” and “Almost Perfect”) can’t understand her students’ lack of effort and why their parents don’t seem to care. This is especially true of Justin Kremer (played by Cameron Deane Stewart), a popular skateboard-loving, basketball star who’s underperforming in class. Trish has him suspended from the team and quickly chalks up the situation as a case of bad parenting. But this perspective dramatically changes when Trish meets Molly (played by Yara Martinez: “Nashville”), a mysterious stranger intent on helping her see things differently. When Trish wrecks her car, Molly is there as Trish wakes to find herself living the life of Justin’s mom, Cindy Kremer (played by Jana Lee Hamblin: “The West Wing”), the woman she has personally judged and criticized. Trish discovers that there’s often more to the story and learns a powerful lesson that affects everyone she interacts with, including her husband, daughter, and the Marine next door (played by Philip Winchester: “Camelot,” “Crusoe”). No one is left unchanged.
NBC, Friday, December 3, 2010
Recording Artists in Soundtrack and Score
Randy Jackson, Brooke White, Jordin Sparks, The Less, Warren Barfield, Paper Tongues, Justin York, Steven Manuel, Ashlyne Huff, Walking in Space, Twin, Jillian Edwards, Jessi Collins, Dave’s Highway, Kayla Stringer, Judgement, Jacklyn James, Tanner Azzinaro, and The Young International