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Lydia Cornell and Nancy Dussault are still Too Close For Comfort
January 20th, 2022 under Lydia Cornell, Reunions. [ Comments: none ]

Back in 1980, Nancy Dussault played Lydia Cornell’s mother on Too Close For Comfort. That was almost 42 years ago. Today, the two women are still close, and they got together over the weekend for lunch.

Can you believe that the TV mom is 86 and her daughter is the reverse age because they look just like they did when they starred together on the ’80s sitcom?

Don’t believe me, then watch it on Pluto. I have a theory that shows that do well in syndication do so because the casts still get along. This is just another case where it is true.

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Anna Maria Horsford reunites with the church from Amen
May 25th, 2021 under Reunions. [ Comments: none ]

Anna Maria Horsford was in Philadelphia, so she decided to visit an old friend. That friend is the Mount Pisgah African Methodist Episcopal Church. The church was seen as the exteriors on the sitcom Amen that she starred in from 1986-1991 with Sherman Hemsley as her dad.

So the next time you see the show in syndication, know that Thelma still visits the place she called home. And we enjoy watching her on. I still laugh as hard at every joke, no matter how many times I see each episode.

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Happy Days are here again, it’s Ralph Malph and Potsie Weber
February 15th, 2021 under Reunions. [ Comments: none ]


Back in 1974, Don Most and Anson Williams landed the roles of a lifetime. They were cast as best friends Ralph Malph and Potsie Weber on Happy Days.

Now, 46 years later, they are still great friends who still hang out. Don’t they still look amazing? Just like they did on the sitcom that ran for 10 years.

I love when art imitates life like this. I always say that when the cast of a show remains close after the series is done filming, it leads to their program lasting forever in syndication. It is like we know that their chemistry is real, and that is why we can’t get enough of them. Take a look at the shows in syndication and how many of them still have casts that are all still good friends long after their show ended. Doesn’t it make you think it is true?

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McDreamy and McSteamy together again
May 1st, 2020 under Reunions, Shonda Rhimes. [ Comments: none ]

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Grey’s Anatomy was at its best when McDreamy and McSteamy were both on the show. While they might no longer be on the soapy drama, that doesn’t mean they still aren’t friends.

Yesterday, the two of them went for a hike, and we got this photo from it. Who doesn’t want to be the woman that is in the middle of their social distancing?

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A so-called reunion for the cast of My So-Called Life
April 16th, 2020 under Claire Danes, Reunions. [ Comments: none ]

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Back in 1994, America fell in love with a little show called My So-Called Life. Even though everyone was talking about it, the show only lasted one season. To this day, its cancellation remains one of TV’s biggest mysteries.

In fact, fans of the show are still wishing and hoping for a revival of the drama. While that might not be happening, the cast got together on Zoom. What did we get out of it? This photo with Wilson Cruz (Rickie Vasquez), Bess Armstrong (Patty Chase), Devon Odessa (Sharon Cherski), Tom Irwin (Graham Chase), Winnie Holzman (creator), Paul Dooley (Chuck Wood), Mary Kay Place (Camille Cherski), Devon Gummersall (Brian Krakow), A.J. Langer (Rayanne Graff), and Claire Danes (Angela Chase).

There is only one person missing, and it is Jordan Catalano (Jared Leto). The man who stole every girl’s heart including Angela’s.

Not sure if he stole Cruz’s heart, but this is what he had to say about everyone else who is still close to his heart. “Sooo… This happened the other night. Most of the #MySoCalledLife cast was available for what turned out to be a very comforting, sweet, heartfelt and overdue reunion. We all have such love for each other, even 26 years later. It was overwhelming to see all of those faces together. A little silver lining around this covid cloud. We had a time… Left to Right starting at the top…”

I hope this photo is enough to make some television executive say we need to bring this show back and bring it back now.

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