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Old 03-05-2006, 01:59 AM   #16
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I remember, back when N@N was showing it, I saw the opening of one of those last shows, after Cindy had left, and just from that-not the show iself, just the OPENING-it looked so stupid I turned it off.
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I remember, back when N@N was showing it, I saw the opening of one of those last shows, after Cindy had left, and just from that-not the show iself, just the OPENING-it looked so stupid I turned it off.


Who was in the opening credits? Laverne and Squiggy?-lol
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Like when they had an episode where Lavern and Shirley met Fabian. He was in his 20's in the 50's but since the show actually took place in the 70's Fabian looked dumb trying to act and LOOK 20 LOL

Actually, Fabian was born February 6, 1943, so he would not have been 20 until the early 1960s.

Fabian has his own website! Check out www.fabianforte.com and knock yourself out!
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Cindy DID NOT damage her career, NOR did she leave on her own. She has stated in numerous articles and in one majore LAWSUIT, that she left on maternity leave with FULL expectation to return, only to have PARAMOUNT fire her. She sued and won. It's just unfortch she's never been in another hit show, and that most peeps don't realize that she produced the HIGHLY successful "FATHER OF THE BRIDE" movies.
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Actually, Cindy Williams did damage her career with the drama surrounding her separation from L&S. She was labled, fairly or unfairly, as difficult and high maintenance and for the remainder of the 80's was relagated to cable work (back when there was a stigma), TV movies of the week, and the straight to video market. She was able get things back on track in the 90s by producing the Father of the Bride franchise (the first movie was VERY successful), and has since acted more regularly. I was personally blown away by the dark performance she gave on L&O:SVU a few years ago.

I don't think Paramount fired her as much as made working conditions intolerable by demanding that she still perform much of the physical comedy in her last few months of pregnancy. She had expressed the desire to leave earlier and this was probably the icing on the cake. I don't beleive that she "won" her lawsuit against Paramount; since they settled out of court; ie. both parties were willing to end teh court battle for a fee and get on with their lives.

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