I liked MWC but could never figure why the producers gave Al such a hot wife that he never banged.
Would have been a lot easier to believe if they had used someone a little less attractive.
Elizabeth Sagal (born October 9, 1961) is an American television professional, active as an actress, screenwriter and film editor.
In the 1980s, she co-starred with her twin sister Jean Sagal in the 23-episode television series Double Trouble that ran from 1984 to 1985, as well as the 1982 movie Grease 2, a loose sequel to the 1978 film starring John Travolta.
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!
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!
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.
She has since appeared on such shows as Knots Landing and Picket Fences.
She has worked as a writer on such shows as Mad About You, Monk and Charmed, also serving as executive story editor on the last.
During a press conference, she said she would be reuniting the husband and wife super team by admitting: 'I'm going to be in it.
We don't know in what capacity yet, because he's just starting to work on it.