Sitcom about a white collar professional who marries his Hispanic housekeeper so she will not be deported. They had to do everything to keep everyone from believing the truth.

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1988   1987  
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Sanford Jensen ...
 Dolf Menninger 13 episodes, 1987-1988
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 Will Farrell 13 episodes, 1987-1988
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 Hughes Whitney Lennox 13 episodes, 1987-1988
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Sitcom about a white collar professional who marries his Hispanic housekeeper so she will not be deported. They had to do everything to keep everyone from believing the truth. Written by Pat McCurry <ccgrad97@aol.com>

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22 September 1987 (USA)  »

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This television series was accompanied in the credits by a legal disclaimer stating the act of marrying an illegal alien to avoid deportation is illegal. See more »

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Kate Farrell: [reading a speech assignment for her class] Values, by Kate Farrell. What's important to me is the classic and everlasting music of the Beastie Boys and having really thick hair. Thank you.
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Cute show... from a 7 yr olds perspective
5 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Okay, I was only 7 when this show came out. But I remember watching it every Friday night. Juliette Lewis really stuck out to me and years later when I saw her in some movie I knew I had seen her before somewhere, but could not think of the name of the show she was in. Being that I was only 7, I didn't know what the plot of the show was, I just enjoyed watching it and listening to the Hispanic woman's accent. One of "Dora"'s trademarks in the show was that she had this junk drawer in the kitchen. The husband would get so frustrated when he would try to find something in the drawer and start yelling at her. She'd go over to the drawer, pull it out, shake her hip up against the drawer and wah-la... there was the item he'd been looking for. Of course, I thought this was just hilarious.


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