Love, American Style (1969–1974)
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Love and the Baker's Half Dozen/Love and the New Roommate/Love and the Rug/Love and the Second Time 

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Archie (segment "Love and the Second Time")
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Linda's Mom (segment "Love and the New Roommate")
Jim Begg ...
Bennett (segment "Love and the Rug")
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Edith (segment "Love and the Second Time")
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(segment "Love and the Rug")
Christopher Connelly ...
Robert (segment "Love and the New Roommate")
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Grandpa (segment "Love and the Second Time")
Joey Forman ...
George (segment "Love and the Baker's Half Dozen")
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Susan (segment "Love and the Second Time")
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(segment "Love and the Second Time") (as Kene Holliday)
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Susan Parkins (segment "Love and the Baker's Half Dozen")
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Shirley (segment "Love and the Rug") (as Nancy Kovack Mehta)
Murray MacLeod ...
Rob (segment "Love and the Second Time")
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Helen (segment "Love and the Baker's Half Dozen")
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John (segment "Love and the Baker's Half Dozen")
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12 February 1971 (USA)  »

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A partial review: Her final performance
14 February 2016 | by (Massachusetts, USA) – See all my reviews

I used to watch this show when spending Friday nights at my next- door neighbor's house 45 years ago. If I am paying special attention to "Love and the New Roommate," it is because this is Debbie Watson's final performance in a career that lasted less than 10 years.

I first got to know of her from her 1965-66 ABC series "Tammy." Groomed as some sort of Sandra Dee-type actress, Ms. Watson seemed to be plagued with bad luck. That, plus an early marriage and motherhood at age 18, meant that acting took more and more of a back seat.

While this skit (and the others) were standard fare for this show, which was a product of its times, I find it stands out because of how far she had come on a personal level since "Tammy." She was a willowy 22-year-old mother. The show may not have been her finest performance, but given the quality of the cast and what she had to work with, it is not a bad way to end a career.


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