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Kate & Allie S4


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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Hands Down Kate & Allie is My Favorite TV Show Aug. 20 2007
By Johnny K - Published on Amazon.com
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I never get tired of watching Kate & Allie. It was difficult to find in reruns (for some reason) and so I am very glad to be able to pop in a DVD and watch it whenever I like. As a New Yorker, I also like seeing the opening scenes of Kate & Allie walking around the city and talking. By the way, it is clearly typed as Susan Saint James on each of the DVD collections and not Susan St. James, as suggested by another reviewer here. P.S. Jane Curtin is probably the funniest actress since Carol Burnett, my other favorite.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Who doesn't love Kate & Allie? Nov. 24 2007
By Kindle Customer - Published on Amazon.com
I loved watching this show as a kid and it's even better now. I can't wait for the fifth season!
Kate & Allie Score May 20 2014
By Taheen Lopez - Published on Amazon.com
This 1986-87 Season of this awesome sitcom introduced a new type of nuclear family to the 1980s: a pair of divorced women living with their children together in a somewhat cramped New York brownstone.

The mid-season replacement of KATE & ALLIE'S debut in the Spring of 1984 starring Susan Saint James as Kate McArdle and Jane Curtain as Allie Lowell was both a critical and commercial success. The shoulder pads, clunky answering machine, and hairdon'ts give away the decade, but the storylines of grown-up best friends supporting and, at times, sparring with each other during personal and professional crises are timeless.

Curtain and Saint James share a wonderful chemistry that makes them easy to watch. At the start of this 6-year sitcom, viewers are introduced to Allie's first post-divorce date, played by a dashing young Kelsey Grammer from CHEERS & FRASIER.

Almost 2 decades before the gals on SEX & THE CITY began tackling relationships, Kate summed it up best: "Dating's about finding someone so you never have to date again." By the time CBS cancelled KATE & ALLIE in the Spring of 1989, Kate and Allie's relationship had gotten a little hackneyed & stale and it was time for the ladies to move on. But those first few seasons were fast, funny, and full of possibilities since the show was still in its honeymoon phase, but perhaps the whole cast & crew of the show was getting tired & the show was running out of steam.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Kate and Allie/DVD series Dec 10 2008
By John H. Borders - Published on Amazon.com
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Well, Kate & Allie is one of the BEST of the CBS types, of comedy series. The script writing is smart, but not self-indulgent .. and Jane Curtin and Susan St. James form a FINE, comedy-type of (female) protagonists. .. Moreover, the plots are fairly-original, and there is .. still .. and enduring quality .. to the entire series .. such as it was. (IMHO, of course!)
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
kate & allie Aug. 16 2008
By Patti Clark - Published on Amazon.com
can not wait til all the shows from back in the day are out on dvd

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