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Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>
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[enters and slams door]
"Hey HEY, hey!"
Don't you see me studying? Why can't you come in like a gentleman?
[exits, returns, checks clothes and hair. Marches over like a 'gentleman']
"Hey. Hey. Hey."
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This was one of my favorite tv shows growing up! as other users commented, it was the first thing i would turn on after school! it was not only the funniest show, but it dealt with a single parent home, and i was raised in a single parent home, so i related to it. i miss seeing Raj make a fool out of himself, by being so nerdy and Dee, with all the sarcasm, you never stopped laughing....and Shirley, anything she said, made you laugh. i think if more people posted their comments, than maybe it will impact someone to syndicate the show! as you can see, the cast of the show never really made it, perhaps this could help their careers, so bring us RERUNS of "What's Happening"! we miss Rerun and all his dance moves...."Hey Hey Hey"!
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