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Old 11-11-2014, 09:44 PM   #1
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Default Dana Plato was very.................SEXY in the ep...."The Ski Weekend"

This was the episode about her wanted to be treated like an adult and she was acting like she was 27 in this episode. Each time she spoke it seemed like she was 28 because I guess the actress was trying to make the character act a lot older.

Her face expressions in this episode were HOT!!!, the way she was talking to Willis was very sexy LOL

Very funny episode in how Dana Plato make the Kimberly character very mature in how she spoke and acted
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I especially liked Kimberly's wavy feathered hair in seasons 5 and 6.
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Dana Plato was a very beautiful girl.
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For men of a certain age (like me) who had crushes on Dana she was sexy in every episode! But I agree that she was especially sexy in "The Ski Weekend"!
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For men of a certain age (like me) who had crushes on Dana she was sexy in every episode! But I agree that she was especially sexy in "The Ski Weekend"!


And it was more about how she was ACTING not how she looked
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This was the episode about her wanted to be treated like an adult and she was acting like she was 27 in this episode. Each time she spoke it seemed like she was 28 because I guess the actress was trying to make the character act a lot older.

Her face expressions in this episode were HOT!!!, the way she was talking to Willis was very sexy LOL

Very funny episode in how Dana Plato make the Kimberly character very mature in how she spoke and acted


I enthusiastically concur, TVFactFan! Dana Plato was always gorgeous, but she was extremely beautiful in "The Ski Weekend"! "The Ski Weekend" is one of my favorite episodes from the fourth season! And the actress who played Kimberly's friend, Michelle, wasn't half bad, either! (Her name is Dana Kimmell, and she's best known for her role as Chris Higgins in "Friday The 13th Part III." Kimmell made two more appearances as Michelle during "Strokes'" sixth season [1983-84].)

The only downside about "The Ski Weekend" is that Gary Coleman was mostly absent during that episode (Arnold was spending the weekend with Adelaide at Adelaide's sister's farm down south)...I guess his parents were embroiled in yet another contract and/or salary dispute with the producers. Coleman was either mostly absent or largely absent during "Strokes'" fourth season due to various issues. He was a no-show in "First Day Blues" and "The Team" (Kim Fields guest-starred as Tootie in both of those episodes; Tootie was a houseguest at the penthouse, while Arnold was sleeping over at Dudley's apartment), and (in addition to his brief appearance in the aforementioned "The Ski Weekend") he also appeared briefly in "Hello Daddy."
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Dana was also gorgeous in season three's "The Older Woman"!
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