Live in Front of a Studio Audience: 'The Facts of Life' and 'Diff'rent Strokes'
During the preparations for a box-dinner charity auction, the girls are poring over an Eastlan/Bates "Slam Book" in which those writing comments are identified by numbers instead of names, and Mrs. Garrett is horrified by the cruel comments. When Blair reveals to one of the Bates guys that Natalie is "Number 10," Natalie gets her revenge by telling Bates guy Carl Price, whom the other guys tease about his severe acne, which of the box-dinners belongs to Blair--and that she particularly wants him to win it.
While I did miss Nancy returning with her former cast mates, what I mean is I missed Jo.. the character. I usually enjoy Hahn's roles and characters but my God did she miss play Jo. It was overacted with weird random movements and oddly loud. It was not a fit unfortunately. Nancy was to smooth at slipping her insults in as Jo, Hahn seemed to playing a starving, angry orphan child or something. It was not Jo and It was disappointing to say the least. At least Lisa was there and looked almost exactly the same. I did Appreciate them using actors who would have been around to enjoy those shoes when they were young however the characters are best left to their original actors. The sets were on point though 👌🏻
- Dec 8, 2021
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