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After 40 years the show still stands out in my memory.
I was in high school and this series was dramatic, funny at times and dealt with controversial topics like abortion, infidelity...Plot and story line well developed. What a shame the show was never a hit. America preferred Happy Days. Silly sit com that grew like a cancer cell. Not funny, just silly at best. Compared to this dramatic series, there is no comparison. Gary Frank would go on to ABCs Family with the wonderful cast including Sada Thomphson, Meridith Baxter Briney, James Broderick. Classic 70s drama as was Sons and Daughters. I am curious to know what this show was up against. Well produced and very well acted, this series should have been a hit a la Peyton Place. I am glad to find others who appreciate this show and look forward to viewing episodes.
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