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Old 03-06-2016, 05:10 PM   #1
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Default One Decade Before

I am giving this thread the title that you see because it has to do with something that happened a decade before that actresses who played one of the main characters and one of the marginal characters on this show were born. One thing that I have established here a long time again is that Helen Hunt is my favorite actress ever. Lisa Kudrow is also someone whom I am very fond of. Both of these chicks were born in 1963. Another thing that I have mentioned is a syndication network that broadcasts right here in New Jersey. I have written about having watched such classics as "Happy Days", "Laverne and Shirley" and "Perry Mason" on this channel. I think it would be great if they were to show syndicated episodes of "Mad About You"! On this network, Saturdays Nights are devoted to science fiction as well as Super Hero type shows. Yesterday afternoon, I looked up that night's schedule and found that an episode of "Superman" would be on at six o'clock. It said in the description that this episode was made in 1953. Just for fun, I would like to point out that this episode was first broadcast a decade before this show's lovely little Helen Hunt and her adorable friend Lisa Kudrow entered this world!
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