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Laverne & Shirley

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  • 1980 - Golden Globe - Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy - nominated
  • 1979 - Golden Globe - Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy - nominated
  • 1978 - Golden Globe - Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy - nominated
  • 1978 - Golden Globe - Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy - nominated

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Michael McKean
Leonard `Lenny Kosnowski
Penny Marshall
Laverne DeFazio
Phil Foster
Frank DeFazio

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Single Parents

2 Seasons
A group of single parents help each other raise their 7-year-old kids and maintain personal lives beyond parenthood.
67   Metascore
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Stump the Authors

A panel of writers engages in off-the-cuff storytelling, spinning tales based on a random assortment of props and costumes.
1949 Family, Other

Muppets Tonight

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The Hughleys

4 Seasons
Stand-up comic D.L. Hughley stars in this TV sitcom, based on his own life, about an African-American family moving into an upscale California suburb. Surrounded by Caucasians, vending machine king Darryl Hughley (Hughley) finds fears surfacing despite his friendly neighbors (Eric Allan Kramer and Marietta DePrima). What's happening? Is he losing his blackness as his buddy Milsap (John Henton) suggests? Premiered September 22, 1998 on ABC.
1998 TVPG Family, Comedy, Other

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