Middle-aged Indianapolis divorcée Ann Romano raised two strong-willed teenage daughters in this long-running Norman Lear-developed sitcom, a consistent Top 20 series that tackled topical family issues in a candid, straightforward manner. Most of the laughs were generated by Schneider, a tattooed, tool-belt-wearing building superintendent who fancied himself a Lothario. Pat Harrington Jr. won an Emmy in the role and stayed with the show for its nine years.
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