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Jesse R. Tendler
Two's Company has been shown recently on the WLIW in Long Island Thursday Nights after Waiting for God. It's actually a delightful surprise to see Elaine Stritch and Sir Donald Sinden in this show. Elaine was married to British writer during this time. She is so talented in many ways including singing the theme song. She appears to have fun with her character. While the character is an American expatriate, the show sometimes uses it unwisely. I am an American who love British television more than American television. In fact, I watch Waiting for God reruns rather than Friends. After all, Two's Company was produced by London Weekend Television. Sir Donald's Robert plays wonderfully to Elaine Stritch. We should be very proud of Miss Stritch's talent and success. She is still an American treasure from this show.
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