The life of spunky Sandy Stockton, a student teacher who also acts in TV commercials in L.A. The show ended because of its star's health problems; she returned the following year, as the same character, on 'The Sandy Duncan Show.'
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1972 - Emmy - Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series- nominated
An ill-tempered advertising executive is plagued by the pressures of modern society. The series had a top-rank producer in Sheldon Leonard ('The Dick Van Dyke Show,' 'I Spy'), but Rickles' trademark insults didn't work in this setup. He found greater sitcom success a few years later in uniform with 'C.P.O. Sharkey.'
In an early-'50s sitcom, Jack Lemmon and Cynthia Stone played a recently married couple, parts that didn't require much acting since they were were real-life husband and wife at the time. The humor stems from Betsy helping Pete out of jams while he works in a department store's toy section.
Chicagoans Charlie and Diana Richmond are a highway worker and a teacher raising their three kids in this sitcom, CBS's dimly remembered attempt to clone the hugely popular 'Cosby Show.' In a few years, Jaleel White (who played 9-year-old Robert) joined another Chicago-based sitcom and became an iconic star in the process: he played nerdy Steve Urkel on the long-running 'Family Matters.'