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Each episode has multiple titles, referencing the simultaneous storylines contained within. Guest stars include Georgia Engel as a stowaway, Gary Frank and Melanie Mayron as a pair of tremulous honeymooners, Stella Stevens and Pat Harrington as an eternally bickering married couple, and Audra Lindley and Phil Silvers as, respectively, an outspoken middle-aged lady and a woebegone widower. Captain Stubing's ex-wife Bonnie Franklin is a passenger with her new husband Robert Symondsa cruise line executive.
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When anyone raves about Sex and the City, you need only to remind her that the Brits did it first--and better--with the creation of the brave say-anything show about sex, drugs, and the battle of the bulge. Absolutely Fabulous is a groundbreaking, off-the-wall comedy from the early s, which began with a skit from The French and Saunders Show, about a moral, uptight daughter and her extremely loose mother. Ab Fab has taken this to the extreme. Edina Jennifer Saunders is the queen of excess.
Roz: Well, we've got a couple of jilted lovers, a man who's afraid of his car, a manic depressive, and three people who feel their lives are going nowhere. Ethan: Well, I'm having a lot of problems with the other kids at school. They're always beating me up.
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Apr Table of Contents. By Eldon Frost Women's boxing, long-regarded with macho disdain, has recently experienced an enormous surge in popularity. This surge is partly due to women's ever increasing movement into male-dominated sports, partly due to the efforts of promoters like Don King and Bob Arum, and partly due to the inherent star-power of names like Freeda Foreman, Laila Ali, Christy Martin, Mia St.
As a kid, I wondered about the history and eventual fate of my allowance money. Paper money of my own was still novel then, and I liked the idea that hundreds, probably thousands of other people from across the country, had handled these same bills. Twenty Bucksa indie film newly released to DVD, takes this idea and runs with it. With this framing device, the film works more like a short story collection than a straight-ahead narrative -- think SlackerMagnolia or Robert Altman's large-ensemble surveys -- as the bill lands in a police evidence room, a dead man's wallet, a stripper's g-string, and, eventually, inside a fish.
If NBC's Tuesday night staple Frasier has acquired the old-shoe status reached by only a handful of classic sitcoms, casting director Jeff Greenberg is among those who keep up the show's polish and luster with his often inspired choices. This season, in particular, Greenberg gave actors best known for their dramatic work a chance to flex their comic muscles: from The West Wing's formidable Allison Janney as a painfully mismatched blind date to that droll, often steely little Scot Brian Cox as Daphne's gruff Dad. This was the first four-camera work he had done, and it was a different kind of energy than we had seen from him before.