Barbara Stock


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VIDEO: The Fabulous Ewing Boys

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The Fabulous Ewing Boys
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Length: 48:00
Aired: 12/14/1990

With the hoodlum Johnny Dancer dead, Carter McKay, Cliff Barnes, and Liz Adams all are likely murder suspects. In other developments, J.R. courts Vanessa, but his hold on her may be tenuous. watch

VIDEO: Terminus

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Aired: 11/23/1990

Still playing the charade, Bobby attends an important oil industry reception with Sheila, unaware of the ominous events about to change his life forever. Meanwhile, back in Dallas, J.R. ties up loose ends now that he is out of the sanitarium. watch

VIDEO: Three, Three, Three Part 2

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Three, Three, Three Part 2
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Length: 48:00
Aired: 5/11/1990

J.R., sequestered in the insane asylum, overcomes having to fit in with the inmates and bedding down a notorious "Black Widow" to successfully coerce Jessica into signing over her Weststar shares to him. watch


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Year Title Description
1993 Trade Winds TV Show Series, Actor - Grace Sommers
1988 Verne Miller Movie, Actor - Vi Miles
1985 Wizards Of The Lost Kingdom Movie, Actor - Udea
1985 Spenser TV Show Series, Actor - Susan Silverman
1981 CHiPs: Ponch's Angels Episode, Actor - Off. Paula Wood

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I know it's not like you can ...

Question: I know it's not like you can pick up the phone and ask her or anything, but your answer about Barbara Stock leaving Spenser and then coming back reminded me of a question that's sort of the same. How come Oprah stopped doing her book club on Oprah Winfrey, then started it up again? Did she run out of books she liked or something?

Answer: She didn't run out of books, Katie; she ran out of time — or thought she had, anyway. And I may not be able to pick up the phone and call, but luckily Oprah already talked about it in a TV Guide interview read more

I've read all of Robert B. ...

Question: I've read all of Robert B. Parker's Spenser books and thought they did a decent job of depicting the character on TV's Spenser: For Hire, given the TV programming of the time. (Can you imagine that show on FX now?) But I never could figure out why they got rid of Susan, Spenser's girlfriend, and then brought her back. Can you shed any light on that? Thank you, and I love your column.

Answer: You're very welcome, Gayle, and thank you. I imagine the fact that they actually shot Spenser: For Hire in your stomping grounds gave the show the authenticity that only someone who lives in Boston could appreciate.

Anyway, guidance counselor Susan Silverman (Barbara Stock) was shown the door — or, more accurately, s read more

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