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Sally Struthers' Drunk Driving Charge Dropped

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The drunk driving case against Sally Struthers has been dismissed, according to the Portland Press Herald.

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Sally Struthers Gets Trial Date for 2012 DUI

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Sally Struthers will go to trial in September to face DUI charges, The Associated Press reports.

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Keck's Exclusives: Sally Struthers Remembers All in the Family Mom Jean Stapleton

Sally Struthers, Jean Stapleton

As the world mourned Jean Stapleton this week, I was reminded of the sadness I felt in the fall of 1980 when it was revealed on CBS's Archie Bunker's Place (the rechristened All in the Family) that Stapleton's Edith Bunker had died suddenly of a stroke.  Stapleton's TV daughter Sally Struthers (Gloria) shares memories of her onscreen mom, who passed away May 31 at age 90 of undisclosed causes.

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All in the Family’s Sally Struthers Arrested for DUI in Maine

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Sally Struthers, best known for playing Gloria on All in the Family, was arrested early Thursday in Maine for driving under the influence, People reports.

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Gilmore Girls' Sally Struthers Tackles a Hallmark Love Story

Sally Struthers, What I Did for Love

Sally Struthers is a pro in the entertainment industry — from musicals and plays to TV and movies, she's covered all grounds and still loves every minute of it. Currently known as Gilmore Girls' nosy, gossiping cat lover Babette, Struthers is also juggling a play (Nuncrackers) and popping up for the holidays in the Hallmark Channel's What I Did for Love (premiering Saturday, Dec. 9, at 9 pm/ET). And it doesn't stop there! Struthers spoke with about why she adores her job, what other profession she considered and what's next on her list. I just watched What I Did for Love and thought it was a great family story.Sally Struthers: It i read more

October 31: 2006: Two Morrow

Normally, I love to write about reruns, especially my favorite show. There’s sitting back all comfy on the couch, knowing what’s going to happen next, but keeping an eye out for some of the things I might have missed. (This is GG, after all, and no mater how devoted you are, something great was going to zoom right past you.) It’s fun catching those fly-by slys or finally understanding one of Michel’s bizarre jokes. (Am I the only one who sometimes has a hard time understanding his over-the-top French accent. Good thing for closed captioning!)But this was a repeat of “The Long Morrow,” the season premiere, and the first ep written by new show runner David Rosenthal. The first time it aired, there was no sitting cushy, there were no snacks and there was certainly no talking out loud. Not even during commercials. I was watching this ep the way Rory reads Camus under a tree on campus -- with complete concentration and absolutely no distractions. Do you reme... read more

It seems like every other ...

Question: It seems like every other movie I see advertised is based on a TV show, like The Dukes of Hazzard. But what about the other way around? I know there was a series based on My Big Fat Greek Wedding, but what other TV series have been based on a movie, and were any of them good?

Answer: There have been a handful of top-notch TV shows based on movies. The flop Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992) was revived as Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997-2003); Robert Altman's acerbic M*A*S*H* (1970) became the long-running M*A*S*H (1972-1983); Neil Simon read more

I was watching some show that ...

Question: I was watching some show that listed all of the spin-offs of All in the Family. Wasn't there a show about Archie Bunker's daughter Gloria, post-divorce, as a single mom? That show is never mentioned regarding Norman Lear spin-offs. Or are just the successful shows mentioned?

Answer: That would seem to be the case, Phyllis, though, to pat myself on the back once again, I mentioned it when discussing All in the Family spin-offs way back when. But I'm always happy to provide a little more detail.

Sally Struthers stepped into Gloria's shoes again for a year beginning in September 1982 as CBS' Gloria found the character doing veterinary-assistant work in a small upstate New York town. It seems Meathead had bailed on her to live on a commune when they were out in Califor read more


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