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The reunion was great. Reflecting on the series, the best ever television series i might add, the first four seasons were the least entertaining. Pleshette, Haughton etc. made the series much better---actually by leaving it. Then we had several seasons of the best television ever made, from 84-90, and the show was actually great until it ended-----barring a few episodes at the first of the final season. Michelle Lee, Joan Van Ark, Ted Shackelford, Kevin Dobson, Donna Mills, Nicholette Sheridan, William Devane Michelle Phillips and Constance McCashin were the main players in the show. Julie Harris definitely was also, but she might not have wanted to come back. I do love all the child actors that grew up on the show, but they were supporting and most of all I LOVED Kathleen No one. She was GREAT. Lisa Hartman was great too.
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