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I thought her indifference to Christmas in "O Come All Ye Faithful" was very NY. But that whole "Bongo Bear" bit should have been laid to rest on the very first meeting covering the direction of the show.was set where I lived and worked, which while fun, meant that I could scrutinize it against real NYC life.This isn't to say that the second season was worse.I think it had better actors, the experience of the first season behind it, and a wider premise in which to work.
It was duality at its American best: artless, yet full of art. It took about one show to acclimate myself to their differences. I've read that in real life the two are opposite of their TV characters.
Katey Sagal was born Catherine Louise Sagal on January 19th, 1954 in Hollywood, California.
Its storyline was the kind of mess you would imagine having been brain stormed by a group of middle-aged guys in ,000 suits trying to outguess what some homely teenage girl in a suburban shopping mall would find appealing.
And then there was Kate's misguided infatuation with no-brain jock Eric (Cameron Dye) that nearly cost her steady Michael (Jon Caliri). In this episode both Jean and Liz turned in two kick ass dance pieces! being given an unprecedented second chance to score some ratings. In the world of TV, I always thought this went under the heading of 'This Never Happens'. Furthermore, the show was to be revamped, with the setting to be my home of New York City! I found the updated situation -- Kate aspiring to be a performer / Allison a designer -- a tad contrived, but it was enjoyable enough and the girls made it believable.
If there was a downside, it was that the new characters, with the exception of Mr. Roberts) and Aileen "like my mama always says" Lewis (Anne-Marie Johnson), were stale.