|Apparently afraid that the title Cage Without a Key wouldn't necessarily draw in all the target audiences, a blurb the same size reads, "Girls Behind Bars!"|
|Thankfully the correctional facility allows talon-like painted nails...!|
|Note the continuity error with the towel. The large white section is now in a different spot.|
|Hoffman, among many other things, played the put-upon high school principal on Square Pegs.|
As Dey is returning from a shower that evening, O'Grady is waiting in her cell for her.
O'Grady comes in hard for a smooch, to Dey's absolute horror.
|Folks, this is Mary Bradford trying to tongue kiss Laurie Partridge! For '70s children it's quite a TV character mash-up!|
|Yes, I know it's puerile of me, but it made me cackle that the administrator of this all-girl institute, rife with lesbianism, has a nameplate that includes the word "clit" in it!|
|Check the wildly frayed and holey tank top that Brandon is sporting. It even has a gaping tear under his left arm!|
|Stunt double anyone?!|
|During the time of L.A. Law, I thought Harry Hamlin and Susan Dey were the living end as a power couple.|
Tabitha, a sequel to Bewitched. By the end of the 1980s, she was focusing more on teaching than performing, but did do an episode of Sabrina, the Teenage Witch in a nod to her time spent on Tabitha. She is currently eighty-three.
Don Grady of My Three Sons. Not long after Cage, she won a prime role in the successful family series Eight is Enough as Mary Bradford, one of the most level-headed members of the extensive clan. Off-screen, she was plagued with anxiety and panic attacks which led to a serious prescription drug addiction. She left acting (apart from a couple of reunion movies) in the early-1980s to become a talent agent as her mother had been, but in 2001 was discovered dead of a drug overdose at only age forty-six.
Lee Grant sitcom Fay, but that one was notoriously short-lived, much to its star's dismay. Only a few sporadic acting appearances followed, all finished by the mid-1980s.
|Now the towel is back in its original position (and Carlson is back in hers?! Ha ha!) Till next time, Poseidon.|