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You can own the Designing Women house for less than a million!
June 29th, 2017 under 80s, Designing Women. [ Comments: none ]

Remember whenever they showed Julia Sugarbaker’s house on Designing Women, you wished you could own it? Well now you can if you have $975,000 to buy Villa Marre. While the show was based in Atlanta, the beautiful home is actually located in Little Rock, Arkansas.

According to the realtors The Janet Jones Company, the Victorian house that was built 1881 has “huge over-sized rooms, two parlors, dining room, large vintage kitchen, sweeping staircase, 1.5 baths, 3 bedrooms.”

If you think it looks beautiful on the outside, it is even more stunning on the inside. The classic comedy did not do it justice. As impressive as the staircase was on the sitcom, the real one is even more spectacular.

I am so in love with the Villa Marre, I was wondering if someone will give me a $1,000,000, so I can call it my own. I will even let you stay there for free anytime you are in Little Rock.


BTWF roles: Annie Potts in Corvette Summer
June 22nd, 2017 under Before They Were Famous, Designing Women. [ Comments: none ]

via GetTV
Before Annie Potts was a Designing Woman, she was a “prostitute-in-training” in Corvette Summer. She looks exactly the same now as she did when she was 25 in that 1978 movie.


BTWF roles: Patrick Warburton in Designing Women
October 9th, 2014 under Before They Were Famous, Designing Women. [ Comments: none ]

Before Patrick Warburton was a news anchor on Less Than Perfect, he was a male model on Designing Women. He looks the same now as he did when he was 28 in that 1992 episode.


RIP Jan Hooks
October 9th, 2014 under Designing Women, Obits. [ Comments: none ]

Jan Hooks passed away today at the age of 57 from an undisclosed illness according to Yahoo! TV. She is best known for playing Tammy Faye Baker, Sinead O’Connor and Candy Sweeney on Saturday Night Live, but I will always remember her as Carlene on Designing Women. There was something about her presence on the screen that would just bring a smile to your face.
So to keep her joyous personality alive and watch her when she was on SNL from 1986-1991 or Designing Women or anything she has done including Pee Wee’s Big Adventure. There is a lot to choose from and we should watch it all.


RIP Meshach Taylor
June 29th, 2014 under Designing Women, Obits. [ Comments: none ]

Meshach Taylor passed away yesterday at the age of 67 from a long battle with cancer according to The Hollywood Reporter. To some he is best known as Anthony Bouvier and to others he was Hollywood from the Mannequin movies and to others he was Shel on Dave’s World. But to me he was one of my favorite actors. Whenever he came on the screen, I would get a smile on my face. There was just something about him that made you happy.
So today let’s not remember with tears, let’s watch one of his many great roles and smile so big that he can see up in heaven.


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