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Old 02-02-2016, 09:44 AM   #31
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How did Jaclyn and Cheryl treat Shelley Hack and Tanya Roberts?
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How did Jaclyn and Cheryl treat Shelley Hack and Tanya Roberts?

I never read about any problems. I'm pretty sure everyone got along well. Judging by their easy going personalities, I cannot picture Jackie or Cheryl ever mistreating anyone.
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I've heard several times that Ms. Jackson did not care for Ms. Ladd at all. I wonder why.

Cheryl's first episode is on Cozi right now. I think this mystery can be cleared up just by watching the episode with the sound turned down.
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Cheryl's first episode is on Cozi right now. I think this mystery can be cleared up just by watching the episode with the sound turned down.

I'm not sure what you mean by that.
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I'm not sure what you mean by that.

I guess he's talking about Kate's mannerisms and body language towards Cheryl, but I never noticed anything out of the ordinary.

If no one let on that Kate did not like Cheryl, they public would never know. They seemed to get along fine when the cameras were rolling.
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It seemed to many viewers, Cheryl/Kris took over Kate/Sabrina's role as the team leader. Therefore, Kris (who was previously, the cute, bubbly, warm and slightly nervous rookie) took on a more serious, bossy, take charge, almost icy demeanor. It would've logically made more sense for Jaclyn/Jill to become the "leader" (being that she was the last remaining original Angel) by the fourth season, Jaclyn Smith by her own admission, started phoning in her performances. She was only still there because she had a contract to honor.
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It seemed to many viewers, Cheryl/Kris took over Kate/Sabrina's role as the team leader. Therefore, Kris (who was previously, the cute, bubbly, warm and slightly nervous rookie) took on a more serious, bossy, take charge, almost icy demeanor. It would've logically made more sense for Jaclyn/Jill to become the "leader" (being that she was the last remaining original Angel) by the fourth season, Jaclyn Smith by her own admission, started phoning in her performances. She was only still there because she had a contract to honor.

You sure you're not confusing all this with Suzanne Somers and Three's Company?
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You sure you're not confusing all this with Suzanne Somers and Three's Company?

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You sure you're not confusing all this with Suzanne Somers and Three's Company?

What does "phoning it in" mean?
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Of course I know what it means, but I simply couldn't resist making that joke. After the Chrissy character took off, Suzanne demanded a ridiculous salary increase. The studio executives basically black-balled her.

At the beginning of the fifth season in 1980, Somers demanded a hefty salary raise from $30,000 to $150,000 an episode and 10 percent ownership of the show's profit. Those close to the situation suggested that Somers' rebellion was due to husband Hamel's influences. When ABC denied her request, she boycotted the second and fourth shows of the season, due to excuses such as a broken rib. She finished the remaining season on her contract, but her role was decreased to 60 seconds per episode (her character only appearing in the episode's closing tag in which she calls the trio's apartment from her parents' home).
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I thought the joke was hilarious.

Poor Suzanne Somers. Almost forty years later, and people are still making jokes about the Three's Company spat.
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I thought the joke was hilarious.

Poor Suzanne Somers. Almost forty years later, and people are still making jokes about the Three's Company spat.


I remember it quite clearly. She goes from one of the most popular people on tv, but then gets relegated to 'Thigh Master' queen. At least she got paid. To her credit, Suzanne was probably worth more than she was getting paid, but her manager husband got greedy. Those studio execs (and media) can make you or break you. Contracts are legally binding documents. Some actors heads get too big. Farrah also broke her contract and received lots of bad media coverage about it, but it worked out much better for her.
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