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Mary Jo Shively (Character)
from "Designing Women" (1986)

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Designing Women: :  -- Clip: Fantasy Sequence
Designing Women: :  -- Clip: Designing Women Season 6 Opening Credits
Designing Women: :  -- Clip: Tourist Speech
Designing Women: :  -- Clip: Breaking Bad's Jonathan Banks on Designing Women
Designing Women: :  -- Trailer for Designing Women: The Complete First Season

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Mary Jo Shively is a single mother in her mid-thirties and resides in an Atlanta... See more »

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  1. "Designing Women"
        - Gone with a Whim: Part 1 (1993) TV episode, Played by Annie Potts
        - Gone with a Whim: Part 2 (1993) TV episode, Played by Annie Potts
        - The Lying Game (1993) TV episode, Played by Annie Potts
        - The Woman Who Came to Sugarbakers (1993) TV episode, Played by Annie Potts
        - It's Not So Easy Being Green (1993) TV episode, Played by Annie Potts
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From "Designing Women: Killing All the Right People (#2.4)" (1987)
Mary Jo Shively: [At a PTA debate] We're not just talking about preventing births anymore, we're talking about preventing deaths... for me, this debate is over. More important than what any civil leader or PTA or board of education thinks about teenagers having sex or any immoral act my daughter or your son might engage in, the bottom line is I don't think they should have to die for it. Thank you. See more »

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