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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Jason Horst ...
 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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[In an airport]
Dora Calderon: What's wrong, Peter?
Peter Farrell: It's been canceled.
Dora Calderon: The flight?
Peter Farrell: No. Our series.
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Funny Show with a memorable final scene.
3 July 2002 | by See all my reviews

"I Remember Dora" was one of those great shows that nobody watched. Elizabeth Pena was funny and beautiful. I also remember the last episode having an extremely jarring ending. It had one of the characters leaving the family to take a job in another country. He goes through the door to the plane, leaving the family in tears. He comes back a moment later. "what's wrong?", he is asked. "It was canceled," he replies. "What, the flight?" "No, our series!" At which point the camera pulls back, revealing the sets, lights and crew, and everyone turned and waved good-bye to the camera. I was 13 and remember this being EXTREMELY disturbing, but a brave wink to the few fans the show had.


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