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She screams her lines and emphasizes every point, even when she's face-to-face with other actors.To show petulance, she rocks back and forth, almost in and out of frame, as she shouts her lines (again).I watched a few FOL episodes recently and couldn't believe how thinly veiled its lesbian overtones were.They start out in a boarding school but go on to establish what's basically a commune.I mean the show actually felt like a sitcom during the last 3 years.The best episode is where Toddie went off to NY to see Jermaine Jackson. The show was a spinoff of Different Strokes but after Facts' second season they stopped having crossevers.And it was funny because she never like Jermaine, she was always talking about Michael Jackson. But within five minutes of the second season opener, the show just falls into place. Andy wasn't too annoying but George (George Clooney) was pretty useless. Strokes ended in '86, Facts ended in '88, Kimberley Drummond who was a day student at Eastland could of been made a regular during Facts' last 2 seasons, even with Mrs.
They left the show sometime during Season 6 and you can definitely see a big change in the show once they left.Season 7 is good too but the show changes a lot, and it had became a dopey '80's sitcom instead of the Norman Lear produced issue oriented shoe it was intended to be.As for the last 2 Cloris Leachman seasons, well I kinda hated them. Before she was on the FOL, she played Mrs Butterworth and Eliza Doolittle and was Fred Sanford's grandkid on ABC.I sometimes have the reruns playing in the background while I'm getting ready for bed.Kim Fields, as Tootie, is the worst actress of the four girls.
Andy wasn't too annoying but George (George Clooney) was pretty useless. Strokes ended in '86, Facts ended in '88, Kimberley Drummond who was a day student at Eastland could of been made a regular during Facts' last 2 seasons, even with Mrs. She was the wife of Lilly Munster's father on "Car 54 Where Are You? This was a Different Strokes episode from around 1983-1984.