Erin Fox, who edits TVGuide.com sister sites TV-Now.com and JumptheShark.com, is in Los Angeles this weekend for the SAG Awards. Here's her report on the show's last-minute preparations.The Screen Actors Guild turns 75 this year; a year that's seen halted productions, striking writers, terminated studio deals and most recently, the tragic deaths of Brad Renfro and Heath Ledger. However, everyone buzzing around the famous Shrine Auditorium is intent on making this year's only red-carpet, star-powered awards show one for the books. This includes several special tribute packages that celebrate actors from the last 75 years, and an especially moving tribute to SAG members who passed away. When I asked the show's producer, Kathy Connell, if there has been a last-minute scramble to create a special tribute for Heath Ledger, she was quick to point out, "We lost so many people this past week [including] Brad Renfro, Suzanne Pleshette, Lois Nettleton... and we've lost so many legendary actor...
Question: In the '90s, I saw a movie about some women who had lived in a sorority house where a baby's bones were later found. The police investigated and eventually found out who the baby belonged to —do you know what film I'm talking about?
Answer: You're talking about a 1979 made-for-TV movie called Friendships, Secrets and Lies, starring Cathryn Damon, Shelley Fabares, Tina Louise, Paula Prentiss, Stella Stevens and Loretta Swit as former soro