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Old 12-08-2007, 06:25 PM   #31
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I forgot about David Letterman and Oprah's feud, they made up though. LOL

Letterman had a famous feud with G.E. when they took over NBC. He constantly ridiculed them on the show.
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If you look closely at the 4th and 5th Seasons, Scott and Willie were literally 10 ft. apart from each other. Also, the scenes with Scott alone, Willie wasn't even there at all. Just like the scene at the finale, Willie was the only person acting with the Powell children. Scott didn't come to the scene until the very end of the show. It was almost like they didn't want to be near one another. It is kind of sad, though. I choose Willie over Johnny V, anytime. Johnny V is a jerk...why leave Willie to be with that bozo?
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Old 12-09-2007, 06:19 PM   #34
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Old 12-09-2007, 06:59 PM   #35
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How about Erin Moran versus virtually the entire cast of Happy Days? This was years after the show went off the air. Around 1992, she went on Howard Stern's show and bashed nearly everybody. She practically accused Henry Winkler of being a pedophile, claiming he was always "trying to stick his tongue down my throat." And she said he was always grabbing Marion Ross in the arse. She said when she dated Scott Baio, he was a bad lover ("It was always wham, bam, thank you ma'am"). She said Donny Most was a mental case with an inferiority complex. She said Anson Williams was arrogant and aloof. I can't remember whether she said anything about Ron Howard or Tom Bosley, but I don't remember her saying anything nice about anyone. And when they did a reunion show around that time, Erin was NOT there. There was another reunion show a few years ago in which she did participate, but there seemed to be a considerable distance kept between her and Scott Baio.

Oh, and there's Marcia Strassman versus the producers of Welcome Back, Kotter.
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Yeah, but Erin Moran put that behind because she going through a divorce from his first husband, which is understandable. She also came from a very dysfunctional family herself, too. She was the only cast member that didn't have a normal childhood. Baio, Ross, Most, etc. all had normal childhoods. I can truly understand where she was coming from, considering that her childhood wasn't so grand. I guess jealousy could rear anyone's ugly head. So whatever was said on Howard Stern in '92 was practically out of her head by now. Don't forget she practically finally reunited with them in 2005. She is also happily married with her second husband and plus Baio reunited with Erin on his reality show, leaving out the old wounds. At least, she survived it. You don't see anybody doing that nowadays. At least, she got her life together. It is best to make up and stop having a beef with them.
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I read something about that once; and the reason he did that was because he had claustrophobia. So, it's understandable why Redd did that.
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I'd have to say Bruce Willis and Cybil Shepard on the show "MOONLIGHTING".

Also, Rock Hudson and Susan St. James on "McMILLAN AND WIFE".
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Bea Arthur and Betty White. There are stories of huge fights between them on the set of The Golden Girls. Even on the season 5 DVD when they do commentary tracks, it becomes obvious they dislike each other since they don't want to speak about each other. Also, if you ever notice when they do publicity together such as DVD signings and the sort, Rue McClanahan is always in the middle.

Marla Gibbs and Jackee on 227. They've since made up but I've heard a lot of stories that Jackee left 227 because Marla was being a diva and was jealous of Jackee's popularity on what was supposed to be her show. It's funny and ironic however since Marla was precisely the same type of scene-stealing co-star on The Jeffersons that Jackee wound up on 227.
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Marla Gibbs should have thanked the show for giving us Jackee. If it wasn't for Jackee, there wouldn't have been a 227.
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I agree. 227 completely collapsed when Jackee left. There easily would've been another season or two had she stayed but the show was dead by the end of the fifth season. I personally thought Marla was fantastic on the show, but Jackee definately jazzed the show up and helped it stand out more
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I agree. 227 completely collapsed when Jackee left. There easily would've been another season or two had she stayed but the show was dead by the end of the fifth season. I personally thought Marla was fantastic on the show, but Jackee definately jazzed the show up and helped it stand out more

I agree w/ you about the 5th season on 227 sucking badly. Not only did Jackee's absence made the show unwatchable to me, but couple that w/ Rose (Alaina Reed) getting married and the additions of Dylan and that Michael Jackson-looking guy (who I forgot his name) and 227 was a zoo in it's final season.
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I'd have to say Bruce Willis and Cybil Shepard on the show "MOONLIGHTING".

Also, Rock Hudson and Susan St. James on "McMILLAN AND WIFE".

Yep, there was definitely a lot of tension between Cybil and Bruce on "Moonlighting." Part of why the later seasons saw too many reruns of episodes from other seasons.

As for Rock Hudson and Susan St. James on "McMillan & Wife," was that the reason why title name just became "McMillan" in the final season?
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Tisha Campell and Martin Lawrence. I don't know exactly what happened but the show sure was not the same without her.
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About Erin Moran speaking on Howard Stern back in '92, I remember the neighborhood papers making a big deal about it, though. It was a huge media outbreak. Well, in my neighborhood, that is. I remember everyone reading exclaiming, "That bitch, Joanie." "How dare she say those things?" "What nerve!" Dean Winchester, if only you have been in my neighborhood, it was a huge deal with that Howard Stern interview... It was nuts. Even by 1992 standards, that is.
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