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Old 06-18-2012, 06:14 PM   #16
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Just another blah show that had a good theme tune. Not as bad as the truly awful Bridget Loves Bernie.

The theme song was the sh*T and that the show was based in the neighborhood I;m living in right now
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Donna Pescow played Angie, a waitress from a blue collar family who lived with her Mom (Doris Roberts) and her sister(Debralee Scott). She meets and marries a doctor(Robert Hays) and tries to adapt to living with his wealthy family in their mansion. So it is basically a fish out of water premise. To complicate matters the Doctor's mother doesn't approve of his choice of wife and does her best to make things even more difficult for Angie.

Actually, it was the doctor's sister thsat didn't like Angie. Angie was able to hold her own against her, though. I loved that theme song and still do.
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Actually, it was the doctor's sister thsat didn't like Angie. Angie was able to hold her own against her, though. I loved that theme song and still do.

Yes the song was very UPLIFTING
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Yes the song was very UPLIFTING

Dude, the first time I heard this song was when I bought volume 6 of TV's greatest theme songs: 70's and 80's. On the disc was the short, disco version. From there, I just had to see the show. It was airing on TV Land at the time but I didn't have it on the cable lineup in Tampa. I have eps now but that song put me in spin. Wow. For some reason, I kept thinking of New York when I'd think of that song. Debra Lee Scott and Donna Pescow were prototypes of New York that I'd associate with the song as well. I'm to get my local radio station CBS fm to play this song as part of the 70's Saturday night party since the LP is 02:18.

Solomon, I was suprised that you hadn't checked youtube when you were inquiring about the theme song. LOL. I'm glad you found it, though. People around me would hear this song for the first time and be like "That song sound cool" or my mother'd be like "What a nice positive song". LOL. "Different Worlds" is still my jam.

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Dude, the first time I heard this song was when I bought volume 6 of TV's greatest theme songs: 70's and 80's. On the disc was the short, disco version. From there, I just had to see the show. It was airing on TV Land at the time but I didn't have it on the cable lineup in Tampa. I have eps now but that song put me in spin. Wow. For some reason, I kept thinking of New York when I'd think of that song. Debra Lee Scott and Donna Pescow were prototypes of New York that I'd associate with the song as well. I'm to get my local radio station CBS fm to play this song as part of the 70's Saturday night party since the LP is 02:18.

Solomon, I was suprised that you hadn't checked youtube when you were inquiring about the theme song. LOL. I'm glad you found it, though. People around me would hear this song for the first time and be like "That song sound cool" or my mother'd be like "What a nice positive song". LOL. "Different Worlds" is still my jam.

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Downtown Philly looks so BLAH in the opening credits That's because the city didn't get a skyline until 1988
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I liked the show good premise which got changed and I think that is what killed the show.
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I liked the show good premise which got changed and I think that is what killed the show.
I agree. The first season was so much better. I wonder who's idea it was to change the premise of the show?
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I agree. The first season was so much better. I wonder who's idea it was to change the premise of the show?

what changed from season 1 to season 2?
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Angie went from the coffee shop to a beauty parlor.
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Angie went from the coffee shop to a beauty parlor.

Was the show still based in Philadelphia?
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Yea it was still set in Philadelphia.

The show just lost something after Angie and Brad got married. It was still good but season one was much better.
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Old 09-25-2012, 04:35 PM   #27
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I loved this show, mainly because of Donna, who I loved in Saturday Night Fever. I am guessing it was her role in that movie that led to her getting her own tv show.

One thing I hated about the first season was the character, Hillary, played by Tammy Lauren. I never really liked the actress as a young girl. She was very annoying in her various roles. She was the kind of child actor that I never could like regardless of their role. The only role I could tolerate her in was when she played the teen hooker in "Facts of Life." I guess because she was older and playing a more serious role. I was very happy when she was removed from the cast.
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The theme song was pretty nice LOL
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Default what exactly was angie about and was it any good?

yes it was, i loved the opening scenes from the first and second season. i thought tammy lauren was cute. i loved the theme song,and it's about a waitress who meets a doctor,who thinks,he's a regular customer,but he's a wealthy doctor, and she falls in loves with him and gets married,lives with him in his mansion. doris roberts is angie's mother and debralee scott is angie's sister, robert heys is brad.
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I think the show had success in season 1 because it aired after Happy days in season 1
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