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I watched an older sitcom aired on prime time television in the late 80s Designing Women about four typical working ladies One is a bubble-brain beauty pageant champ Another is a soft touch and is so easily duped it seems she also has a soft brain A third falls in and out of love at the drop of a bathrobe and the fourth has a tongue that makes Howard Stern sound like a Boy Scout Typical is everything these ladies are not and as regular viewer I can surely say that every episode clearly proved thatEach show begins with a concept that can be spun into a script setting up the conflict between the characters upon which the show is built The action is centered around Sugarbakers an interior design firm owned and operated by Suzanne Delta Burke Sugarbaker a self-centered former beauty queen who has been clever enough to extract enough alimony funds from her past marriages to open the design business She is partnered with her older sister Julia Dixie Carter Sugarbaker a jaded no-nonsense kind of gal who never hesitates to disagree with her younger sister at any time and on just about any topic imaginable Their partner is the design business is Mary Jo Shively Annie Potts a modern woman whos trying to support herself and her kid and who manages to maintain her sense of balance with her clever and outspoken wit Charlene Frazier Jean Smart is the good-hearted but slow-on-the-uptake receptionist at Sugarbakers I Felt that the shows writers display the women making unrealistic business decisions throughout the episode While Suzanne goes on and on about sitting next to an important gentlemen at a benefit the previous night Charlene receives a telephone call from her high school friend Monette Marlin who has moved to town and bought the old Chadwick mansion Which is another reason for her calling Charlene -- she wants Sugarbakers to redecorate the entire structure The
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