It features Julia in her basement apartment in Andy's house playing "an aging peroxide movie star with a lot of husbands," including the most current spouse, played by Richard Rheem.
The climax of the series features Julia and Roman finally reuniting just in time to unmask the Guerrero, who turns out to be Roman's mother, Diana Martin.
The eldest son of Carlos, Lucio, falls in love with Pola lives and dramas of love amid the machinations by the abolition of slavery, fight featuring Julia as an ally when it decides to break free from the clutches of an oppressive husband who does not love.
In 2011, UGO Networks featured Julia as one of the fighting games' "finest female fighters", adding that she is also their favorite Native American fighting game character.
Nighty Night co star Ruth Jones then returned the favour when she wrote Gavin and Stacey, which featured Julia as Dawn Sutcliffe.
Limbo is also featured in the 2010 film "Julia and Joyce," by Trinidadian/American dance researcher/choreographer Sonja Dumas.