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This show was out when I was in the 3rd or 4th grade and I could not wait to watch it? Why? Two words: Shawnte Northcutte! She was, without a doubt, the most beautiful girl in the world! My friends and I would rush home from school to watch the show. Afterwards, we would meet outside to discuss the show and shower compliments on our "girl friend," Shawnte Northcutte! Then, all hell would break loose because we all claimed her to be our individual girl friend. And, as was typical of young boys at that time, we would settle it the old fashioned way - by boxing and wrestling! Since there were at least five of us, the fights would last a good part of the evening because Shawnte Northcutte was worth it. There was no question about it. Then, all of sudden, like a thief in the night, the show was gone. Poof! Pow! Shawnte Northcutte is no longer in our lives. Nothing to fight over. No one was as beautiful as she was. And, she was black and "black is beautiful!" I cannot recall anyone else from the show with the exception of Molly Ringwald but she was not cute at all.
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