Samantha Who? (2007–2009)
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A woman suffering from amnesia tries to rediscover her life.


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Episode complete credited cast:
Dr. Kerry Hall (as Nakia R. Burrise)
Angry Woman (as Jelynn Rodriguez)


Waking up from a 9 days coma after a car crush, Samantha Newly wakes up with total amnesia. Gradually she discover to have broken up even with her parents. Her only friends are party animal Andrea Belladonna and her charming, gentle roommate Tod. She's an alcoholic, but even AA can't stand her insecure ranting. At René's party, she discover to have cheated on Tod with the suave adulterer host; when she confesses that, Tod is relieved finally to have another chance to break up, as he did just before the crash. Written by KGF Vissers

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15 October 2007 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Ms. Applegate is enough for me on the "Samantha Who?" pilot
16 October 2007 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

As the pilot of "Samantha Who?" opens, the intro of "Escape (The Pina Colada Song)" plays as we see a young woman in bed in a coma. Her mother (Jean Smart) has been calling "Extreme Homemaker" hoping to use her daughter's condition to get a new house. That daughter, Samantha (Christina Applegate), wakes up with no memory of her previous life. She then gets told by many people like her former girlfriend from junior high, Dina (Melissa McCarthy), her current girlfriend, Andrea (Jennifer Esposito), and her boyfriend, Todd (Barry Watson), how not-so-nice she was. So now Samantha is trying to find ways to not be THAT person as she moves back in her parent's home...Having discovered Ms. Applegate, like I'm sure many of you reading this have, on "Married...With Children", many of you may be or not pleasantly surprised at how sweet she is after her amnesia and how convincingly mean she can still be as her old self. Loved her comic dithering at the AA meeting after finding out she was once an alcoholic. Jean Smart is probably the best of the supporting players in the pilot but both McCarthy and Esposito show some promise here as well. Not a great first episode but the show's premise and the presence of Ms. Applegate is enough for me to give this series a long leash to see where they go from here. I shall post next week so until then...

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