Liz sagal nude
Liz sagal nude
It was during the last week of March 1984 when, leafing through that week's TV Guide, I was confronted with an ad featuring the sisters Sagal. When looking at this ad I felt these sympathies surface.
Besides, I'd be lying if I were to say that I wasn't curious. But there is one thing for certain, one thing I will never forget -- I LOVED the show!I may have watched it alone; I may have watched it with my roommates. It had just the right amount of zany goofiness coupled with the exuberant charm of the Sagal sisters to floor this NY City snob.Hell, I probably loved the show just based on the far-out opening. I don't mean in an arty sort of way, but in the way it was trying so hard to appeal to everyone and offend no one. Actually, I think Liz is the more classic looking of the two, but, for whatever reasons, it was Jean that floored me.It was duality at its American best: artless, yet full of art. It took about one show to acclimate myself to their differences. I've read that in real life the two are opposite of their TV characters. Its storyline was the kind of mess you would imagine having been brain stormed by a group of middle-aged guys in ,000 suits trying to outguess what some homely teenage girl in a suburban shopping mall would find appealing.If not that, then it was at least thought up as an effort to appease a group of middle-aged guys in ,000 suits trying to out guess what some homely teenage girl in a suburban shopping mall would find appealing.
I'm sorry to say it, but 's first incarnation (there were 2), it told the exploits of Kate (Jean Sagal) and Allison "Allie" Foster (Liz Sagal), identical twins attending high school in Des Monies, Iowa. While the show's scenario was Midwest enough to send any self-respecting New York sophisticate running for the upper levels of the Guggenheim Museum, it did have something that took it beyond the limitations of its wholesome, sickly-sweet plot.The 8 original shows detailed their dating habits, their relationship with their widower father, their dancing aspirations, and the fact that though they look similar, their personalities are as different as ice is to fire. And this is that it had the Sagal sisters, identical twin sisters that somehow managed to take this wildly maimed situation comedy and turn it into something quite special., I'd like to detail the affect the show had on me back in 1984. As with any TV program, I found it the old-fashioned way: I stumbled upon an ad announcing its upcoming premiere in TV Guide.In this way, I hope to unravel the allure of the show by example rather than discourse. I was living in the basement of a mime theater on Bond Street, New York City (near the Tower Records on 4th and Broadway).I shared the place with three others, each as equally eccentric as myself. For heaven's sake, I was a NY rock musician into The Clash and the Sex Pistols, not some inbred into the Osmond clan!The place was a single, long room that we partitioned with boxes and whatnots. For entertainment, we shared a 19-inch TV, a late-60s color thing that required pliers to turn channels. Yet, despite my musical leaning, I'd always had a soft spot for wacky pop culture.