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Elizabeth Sherwood (Character)
from "Fame" (1982)

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Fame: Season 2: Episode 23 -- The school hosts a "U.N. Week" with Emerson High School and the kids learn getting along with each other is more than just a matter of different geography -- even in New York City. Meanwhile, Lydia's (DEBBIE ALLEN) helping Reardon (MORGAN STEVENS) get ready for an audition is misinterpreted as the two of them having an affair

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Alternate Names:
Mrs. Sherwood

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  1. "Fame"
        - Baby, Remember My Name (1987) TV episode, Played by Carol Mayo Jenkins
        - The Incident (1986) TV episode, Played by Carol Mayo Jenkins
        - Losin' It (1986) TV episode, Played by Carol Mayo Jenkins
        - To Tilt at Windmills (1986) TV episode, Played by Carol Mayo Jenkins
        - Contacts (1986) TV episode, Played by Carol Mayo Jenkins
          (103 more)
  2. Fame (1980) Played by Anne Meara (as Mrs. Sherwood)

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From "Fame: A Special Place (#1.16)" (1982)
Paul Forbes: Look, I don't know whether you are going to believe a single word of what I am about to say, but nevertheless I am determined to say it. And I guess you can think whatever you want to think, but at least I will have said it.
Elizabeth Sherwood: I hope the concerto is shorter than the fanfare.
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