Nancy Blansk's, gruff but loving. Busy housing, mothering, and even choreographing for a hotel's showgirls. Besides the young ladies. she also provides a home for her nephew; a dancer named Joey and 12-year old junior-womaniser; Anthony.
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 Lovely Carson 13 episodes, 1977
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 Hillary S. Prentiss 13 episodes, 1977
George Pentecost ...
 Horace 'Stubbs' Wilmington 13 episodes, 1977
Gerri Reddick ...
 Jackie Outlaw 13 episodes, 1977
Rhonda Bates ...
 Arkansas 6 episodes, 1977
Lynda Goodfriend ...
Shirley Kirkes ...
 Gladys 'Cochise' Littlefeather 6 episodes, 1977
Antoinette Yuskis ...
 Sylvia Silver 6 episodes, 1977
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Nancy Blansk's, gruff but loving. Busy housing, mothering, and even choreographing for a hotel's showgirls. Besides the young ladies. she also provides a home for her nephew; a dancer named Joey and 12-year old junior-womaniser; Anthony.

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12 February 1977 (USA)  »

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Referenced in Mystery Science Theater 3000: Eegah (1993) See more »

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I Want It All
Sung by Cyndi Grecco
Music by Charles Fox
Lyrics by Norman Gimbel
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A prime example of bad 70's TV
7 April 2003 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This show had every 70's teeny bopper element aimed to appeal to the lowest intellect and thus make it a hit - except this time cute boys and inane, jiggly, dumb blondes were not enough to cover for horrible scripts, contrived situations, bad acting, and unbelievable plots. The show tried to be a spin-off/tie-in to Happy Days and Laverne and Shirley (or at least ride on their success) by utilizing actors - most notably Eddie Mekka and Scott Baio - from those shows and making the title role the cousin of Happy Days' Howard Cunningham. Having Nancy Walker as its star, scantily-clad bimbos wiggling around the set, and pretty boy co-stars to elicit screams from young girls in the audience, however, could never have saved it from itself.

This show is best forgotten in a footnote to bad television.


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