Maria Bonino and Julia Peters are two secretaries in a high-powered New York advertising agency. They are promoted to art director and copywriter and begin their new careers with enthusiasm... See full summary »

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 Julia Peters (22 episodes, 1977-1978)
Lynnie Greene ...
 Maria Teresa Bonino (22 episodes, 1977-1978)
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 Toni McBain (21 episodes, 1977-1978)
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 April Baxter (21 episodes, 1977-1978)
Dan Resin ...
 Craig Boatwright (21 episodes, 1977-1978)
John Christopher Jones ...
 Eddie Barnes (21 episodes, 1977-1978)
Bob Randall ...
 J.M. Bedford (21 episodes, 1977-1978)
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Maria Bonino and Julia Peters are two secretaries in a high-powered New York advertising agency. They are promoted to art director and copywriter and begin their new careers with enthusiasm. Other people in the agency are J.M. Bedford, chairman of the board; Toni McBain, the President; April Baxter, a copywriter; Eddie Barnes, a TV commercial producer, and Craig Boatwright, a salesman. Written by J.E. McKillop <jmckillo@notes.cc.bellcore.com>

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9 October 1977 (USA)  »

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Size of TV audiences amazing in the '70's
14 February 2007 | by (Allentown, PA) – See all my reviews

You can tell from the posts on this page that On Our Own was not a big hit. But, the audience for this show would be phenomenally large for any show today. I watched a few episodes but millions of others must have, too. I looked and acted a lot like Lynne Greene. Everywhere I went, parties, discos, total strangers told me I looked and acted like this actress (who was an inch taller and ten pounds thinner than me.) Even my family, living 1,500 miles away, called me long distance telling me to turn on the TV to watch my double. Not just because I look like her, I thought the character was a good one, really funny. In the second season, the characters were no longer roommates. One night, the Bess Armstrong character got sick. Being out of town and young, she did not have a doctor in NYC, so she called Maria, the New Yorker. Of course, Maria had the phone number of a cousin who was a doctor. When reading the number to Bess, she began, "Area code...." Back then, that meant long distance! What a trip.


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