Women of the House (1995– )

Miss Sugarbaker Goes to Washington 

Scandal erupts when Suzanne takes over her late husband's Congressional seat, causing such embarrassment for herself and her new coworkers that she contemplates resigning and returning home to Georgia.

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Harry Thomason
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Delta Burke ... Suzanne Sugarbaker
Teri Garr ... Sissy Emerson
Patricia Heaton ... Natalie Hollingsworth
Valerie Mahaffey ... Jennifer Malone
Jonathan Banks ... Jim Sugarbaker
Michael Kinsley ... Michael Kinsley
John Sununu ... John Sununu
Brittany Parkyn Brittany Parkyn ... Desiree Sugarbaker
Jeff Doucette ... Moving Man #1
M.C. Gainey ... Moving Man #2
James Tartan James Tartan ... Speaker of the House
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Scandal erupts when Suzanne takes over her late husband's Congressional seat, causing such embarrassment for herself and her new coworkers that she contemplates resigning and returning home to Georgia.

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Release Date:

4 January 1995 (USA) See more »

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The original CBS broadcast began and ended with Shirley Eikhard's rendition of "Something to Talk About," but the 2018 DVD/digital copies feature the instrumental score that Bruce Miller originally composed for the opening montage. Presumably this was an oversight rather than a music-rights issue since Eikhard is still credited and the shorter alternate version of her song appears in another episode on the DVD set. See more »

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Suzanne Sugarbaker: Now I've said a lot of things this week that are politically incorrect, but then so am I. My maid is black, my daughter's adopted, my brother's retarded and I myself am five-times married, fat, not zaftig, big-mouthed, Southern and rich! Newly rich which, if you ask me, is the best kind to be because it means you earned it yourself.
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References The Amos 'n Andy Show (1951) See more »

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Something to Talk About
Written and performed by Shirley Eikhard
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