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Old 10-12-2018, 09:44 AM   #1
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Default Have Violet and Roscoe Been Chuck Cunninghammed?

In the last couple of seasons, the focus has been shifted from Christy's family to Bonnie Christy, Marjorie, Wendy and Jill as well as Adam and there hasn't been any reference to Violet and Roscoe. Have they been a victim of the Chuck Cunningham Syndrome?
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That's such a funny way to refer to it.

They certainly aren't living with her, are they?
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Lol. Practically yes. I understand that they run out of ideas with them, and the focus is now on the AA's circle of friends... but they should be remembered from time to time. It's a pity that we don't have Christy talking about them or missing them.
We'll have the prove eventually on Bonnie's wedding.

Another character that seems to be Chuck Cunnunighamed is Ray.
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Not exactly, they still refer to the fact that she's a mom and we know that Roscoe lives with his dad and Violet went to live with Luke I think. The correct term is "put on a bus"
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French Stewart's character and his hispanic kitchen sidekick has disappeared from the show also. He was in an episode last season when Christy was gambling and lost her money in a game French's character was having.

I think the kids are gone forever because we have not seen them in two years and I think a lot of the viewing public has more or less forgotten about them. Have the two actors been in anything else?
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I looked it up


https://www.imdb.com/name/nm3970180/?ref_=ttfc_fc_cl_t8


https://www.imdb.com/name/nm3905909/?ref_=ttfc_fc_cl_t7

Looks like they both got work
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Violet is back next week!
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Violet is back next week!
Violet was great in that episode. I always felt bad for Violet for a lot of reasons. Christy really was a sucky mom.
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and French Stewart was back this week a well!


Violet was so mean to Christy its hard to feel sorry for her - Christy went through just as much with her mom after all.
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and French Stewart was back this week a well!


Violet was so mean to Christy its hard to feel sorry for her - Christy went through just as much with her mom after all.
Yep. Now we just need Roscoe back again.


Agreed, poor Christy didnít deserve that
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Violet was so mean to Christy its hard to feel sorry for her - Christy went through just as much with her mom after all.
I don't think Violet was being mean to Christy at all. Violet was just being truthful. And what Christy went through with her own mom is about Christy and Bonnie. It has nothing to do with Violet.

Bonnie never disappointed Violet the way Christy did. That's why Violet is nice to Bonnie.
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Not exactly, they still refer to the fact that she's a mom and we know that Roscoe lives with his dad and Violet went to live with Luke I think. The correct term is "put on a bus"
Roscoe is much better off living with his dad and his step-mom Candice. Candice has been better to Roscoe than Christy ever was.
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Roscoe is much better off living with his dad and his step-mom Candice. Candice has been better to Roscoe than Christy ever was.
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You're wasting your time rolling your eyes, because it's true. Roscoe couldn't wait to get away from Christy and even ran away to Marjorie's house for support. He told her that he wanted to live with his dad and Candice. He also loved Candice and Candice pays attention to him instead of falling down drunk and swinging on stripper poles. When Christy was a filthy drunk, it was Violet who cooked and cleaned for Roscoe. Violet even talks about how she used to make him tuna casserole for dinner. Violet was more of a mom to Roscoe than Christy ever was. Such a shame as it's a huge burden/pressure for any child.
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