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Haaaaaeeeeayyyyy! It’s Fran Fine, the sassy, brassy, “Touch of Class”-y Jewish American Princess from Queens, now working Uptown for Broadway producer, Maxwell Sheffield, played by Charles Shaughnessy. It’s a match made in mayhem…and eventually, after many teasers, marriage, too. Lauren Lane is Maxwell’s uptight business partner, C.C. Babcock, the frequent target of snappy put-downs by Niles, the droll butler played by Daniel Davis.
“Who loves ya, baby?” NYPD Detective Lieutenant Theo Kojak, that’s who, played by Telly Savalas.
Just like the lollipops he took up to quit smoking, Kojak’s got a hard shell but is sweet on the inside as he fights for justice on the mean streets of ‘70s New York. Flashback to a gritty bygone era in crimefighting and keep an eye out for special guests like Paul Anka, Ruth Gordon, Jackie Cooper, Ja’net DuBois, James Woods, Richard Gere, Lynn Redgrave, Judith Light, Danny Thomas, Sally Field, Vincent Gardenia, Sharon Gless, Abe Vigoda, Swoozie Kurtz and Liberace
You’re on KCAL with Seattle’s top radio call-in psychotherapist, Dr. Frasier Crane, the character who got his start back in Boston on Cheers.
Kelsey Grammer won four Emmy Awards as the relationship expert who can’t manage his own affairs. David Hyde Pierce plays his younger (smarter!?) brother, Niles Crane – cast after producers saw his headshot and his substantial resemblance to the show’s star. Pierce won four Emmy Awards playing Frasier’s sibling and professional rival – tightly wound Jungian therapist with a bad marriage and a long-suffering infatuation with Daphne Moon, played by Jane Leeves. She’s the plucky working class Brit who cares for the pretentious brothers’ down-to-earth dad, Martin Crane, an ex-cop played by John Mahoney.