A greasy-spoon diner in Phoenix, Arizona is the setting for this long-running series. The title character, Alice Hyatt, is an aspiring singer who arrives in Phoenix with her teenaged son, ... See full summary »
I was a big fan of Captain and Tennille back then, but I can't say the show was all that good. The skits were poorly written and not all that innovative, but who cared? I believe they had 2 Captain and Tennille singing segments that were great. They always had guest stars, I think they were always singers....like Leo Sayer, whoever was popular at the time. I still cringe at some of the jokes and skits...but Tennille had such a good voice, it was worth it to watch her sing the songs...remember there was no MTV back then. I remember they did "Gangster, you're no good", to the tune of "You're No Good"-by Linda Rondstadt. It was a tribute to "The Godfather" movies. I was mad when they cancelled it. I had no way to way to see Captain and Tennille. It was replaced by "Eight is Enough" on ABC. I boycotted the show.
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