Savvy single women run Sugarbakers, an Atlanta decorating business, in this saucy sitcom with feminist sensibilities, which also endured its share of tabloid notoriety (thanks in some measure to Delta Burke's fluctuating weight and her departure from the series in 1991). Created by Harry Thomason and Linda Bloodworth-Thomason, the series garnered 11 Emmy nominations.


Guest Stars

Bill, Col. Bill
Army Colonel, Bill
Anthony's Friend, Vanessa
Claudia, Mary Jo's Daughter
Anthony's Grandmother, Minnie
Gerald McRaney
Dash, Dash Goff
Mary Jo's Son, Quint, Quinton
Julia's Son, Payne
Chuck, Marvin, Simba
Bitty, Cissy, Phyllis
Caller, Guest
Dolly Parton
Charlene's Guardian Movie Star
Daddy Jones
Gail O'Grady
Businessman's Bride, Kiki
M.C. Gainey
Junior, T. Tommy Reed
Nashville Starmaker, Salesman
Elmer, Professor
Malcolm, Minister
Margaret, Mrs. Chesley
Director, Rockford
Gordon, Mall Cop
Lenore, Sgt. Ramsey
Nancy, Woman
Corrine, Mail Carrier
Bruce Davison
Rev. Eugene Chapman
Mrs. Salinger
Suzanne's Ex
Mary Jo's Mom
James Naughton
Orchestra Conductor
New York Financier
Former Beauty Queen
Mary Jo's Friend
Julia's Mentor
Julia's Friend
Daughter's Boyfriend
Friendly Guy
Anthony's Juvenile Charge
Hence Winchester
Blind Client
Mrs. Boeving
Della Reese
Etienne's Mom
Kim Zimmer
Charlene's Cousin
Broadway Has-Been
Anthony's Grandmother
Art Teacher
Mr. No Fat Chicks
Purse Snatcher
Charlene's Beau
Leann Hunley
Client's Mistress
Stage Manager
Charlene's Old School Chum
Guy in See-Through Shirt
Hard Hat No. 1
Newsstand Guy
Sugarbakers' Niece
Charlene's Brother
Flight Attendant
Young Lawyer
Carlene's Groupie
Sugarbakers' Niece
Soldier No. 1

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