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Old 07-18-2015, 02:47 PM   #31
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Dorothy says she was suppose to see the Beatles at Shea Stadium but her kid got sick. The timing of this never made sense to me, being that the
Terry Kiser guest staring Beatlemania episode was in the last year.
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Dorothy says she was suppose to see the Beatles at Shea Stadium but her kid got sick. The timing of this never made sense to me, being that the
Terry Kiser guest staring Beatlemania episode was in the last year.
What exactly didn't make sense to you?
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The last season's Beatle episode was a Beatles tribute band, not the actual Beatles. She missed the original Beatles in the '60s.
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Yes- Dorothy was saying that she missed the actual Beatles years back when the band played Shea Stadium. And, now, the tribute was the closest she'll ever get to the Beatles.
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[QUOTE=Adam the Great]Ok, here are some more insonsistencies. On the pilot episode Charles Levin played a gay cook named Coco, but after that episode Coco was never mentioned again. Also in the pilot episode, Estelle Getty's "Sophia"wig is different from the other episodes. Finally 2 different actresses play Dorothy's sister Gloria. In the episode "The Custody Battle" Gloria is played by a red-headed actress named Doris Belack. But in the episodes Monkey Business 1 and 2, Dena Dietrich a blond haired lady plays Gloria.[/QUOTE


She is listed on imdb as Gloria #2. This happens on TV shows. The original actress or actor doesn't always return as the character. ]
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Yes- Dorothy was saying that she missed the actual Beatles years back when the band played Shea Stadium. And, now, the tribute was the closest she'll ever get to the Beatles.
And to build on an oft-picked on inconsistency, by the time the Beatles played Shea in 1965, Dorothy would have been married for almost 20 years. At least one of her kids would have been 18 or 19, old enough to care for the other if Dorothy really had wanted to go to Shea!
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