History Series / Soap

27th Apr '18 5:06:08 PM Fews1990
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* QuittingToGetMarried: Father Tim Flotsky quits the priesthood to be with Corinne. When he proposes she is surprised. [[SarcasmMode "No, I quit the priesthood so we could go steady."]]
8th Apr '18 9:18:03 PM Mdumas43073
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[-[[caption-width-right:350:Clockwise from top left: Jodie, Danny, Burt, Chester, Dutch, Eunice, Saunders, Chuck (and Bob), Jessica, The Major, Mary, Billy. Missing: Corinne, Peter, Father Tim, Benson.]]-]

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[-[[caption-width-right:350:Clockwise from top left: Jodie, Danny, Burt, Chester, Dutch, Eunice, Saunders, Chuck (and Bob), Jessica, The Major, Mary, Billy. Missing: Not shown: Corinne, Peter, Father Tim, Benson.]]-]
5th Feb '18 5:56:43 PM nombretomado
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** ''Soap'' itself was the primetime answer to the previous season's hit ''Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman'', a daytime soap opera parody from Harris's former boss NormanLear.

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** ''Soap'' itself was the primetime answer to the previous season's hit ''Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman'', a daytime soap opera parody from Harris's former boss NormanLear.Creator/NormanLear.
10th Dec '17 5:05:50 PM nombretomado
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* {{Expy}}: Susan Harris tried to update the formula in the "Soap meets ''{{Dynasty}}''" 1990s sitcom ''GoodAndEvil''.

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* {{Expy}}: Susan Harris tried to update the formula in the "Soap meets ''{{Dynasty}}''" ''Series/{{Dynasty}}''" 1990s sitcom ''GoodAndEvil''.
13th Sep '17 7:55:33 PM Mdumas43073
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It is also notable for being one of the first major series to feature a homosexual major character. Even more remarkably for the era, said character managed to [[BuryYourGays survive]] [[{{Gayngst}} relatively unscathed]] throughout the entire series.

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It is also notable for being one of the first major series to feature a homosexual major character. Even more remarkably for the era, said gay character managed to [[BuryYourGays survive]] [[{{Gayngst}} relatively unscathed]] throughout the entire series.
13th Sep '17 7:55:16 PM Mdumas43073
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It is also notable for being one of the first major series to feature a homosexual major character. Even more notably, said character managed to [[BuryYourGays survive]] [[{{Gayngst}} relatively unscathed]] throughout the entire series.

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It is also notable for being one of the first major series to feature a homosexual major character. Even more notably, remarkably for the era, said character managed to [[BuryYourGays survive]] [[{{Gayngst}} relatively unscathed]] throughout the entire series.series.
13th Sep '17 7:53:27 PM Mdumas43073
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It is also notable for being one of the first major series to feature a homosexual major character. Also notable in that said character (Crystal's Jodie Dallas) managed to [[BuryYourGays survive]] [[{{Gayngst}} relatively unscathed]] throughout the entire series.

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It is also notable for being one of the first major series to feature a homosexual major character. Also notable in that Even more notably, said character (Crystal's Jodie Dallas) managed to [[BuryYourGays survive]] [[{{Gayngst}} relatively unscathed]] throughout the entire series.
13th Sep '17 7:52:21 PM Mdumas43073
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It is also notable for being one of the first major series to feature a homosexual major character. Also notable in that said character managed to [[BuryYourGays survive]] [[{{Gayngst}} relatively unscathed]] throughout the entire series.

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It is also notable for being one of the first major series to feature a homosexual major character. Also notable in that said character (Crystal's Jodie Dallas) managed to [[BuryYourGays survive]] [[{{Gayngst}} relatively unscathed]] throughout the entire series.
16th Aug '17 9:51:28 AM Mdumas43073
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Set in the fictional Dunn's River, Connecticut, the series followed the misadventures of the wealthy Tate family, and the equally bizarre misadventures of their relatives, the far less wealthy Campbells. Over the course of a few years, they face adultery, a murder trial, abduction by aliens, demonic possession, cultists and mental illness (several times). The cast consisted of a large ensemble, including Richard Mulligan, Katherine Helmond, Robert Urich, Billy Crystal, and Robert Guillaume as Benson, the cynical housekeeper to the Tates, who would eventually be spun off into [[Series/{{Benson}} his own show]] (in which he would eventually become [[AscendedExtra lieutenant governor]] of his state.)

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Set in the fictional Dunn's River, Connecticut, the series followed the misadventures of the wealthy Tate family, and the equally bizarre misadventures of their relatives, the far less wealthy Campbells. Over the course of a few years, they face adultery, a murder trial, abduction by aliens, demonic possession, cultists and mental illness (several times). The cast consisted of a [[EnsembleCast large ensemble, ensemble]], including Richard Mulligan, Katherine Helmond, Robert Urich, Billy Crystal, and Robert Guillaume as Benson, the cynical housekeeper to the Tates, who would eventually be spun off into [[Series/{{Benson}} his own show]] (in which he would eventually become [[AscendedExtra lieutenant governor]] of his state.)


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* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: Just like any SoapOpera.
16th Aug '17 9:50:06 AM Mdumas43073
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Set in the fictional Dunn's River, Connecticut, ''Soap'' followed the misadventures of the wealthy Tate family, and the equally bizarre misadventures of their relatives, the far less wealthy Campbells. Over the course of a few years, they face adultery, a murder trial, abduction by aliens, demonic possession, cultists and mental illness (several times). The cast consisted of a large ensemble, including Richard Mulligan, Katherine Helmond, Robert Urich, Billy Crystal, and Robert Guillaume as Benson, the cynical housekeeper to the Tates, who would eventually be spun off into [[Series/{{Benson}} his own show]] (in which he would eventually become [[AscendedExtra lieutenant governor]] of his state.)

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Set in the fictional Dunn's River, Connecticut, ''Soap'' the series followed the misadventures of the wealthy Tate family, and the equally bizarre misadventures of their relatives, the far less wealthy Campbells. Over the course of a few years, they face adultery, a murder trial, abduction by aliens, demonic possession, cultists and mental illness (several times). The cast consisted of a large ensemble, including Richard Mulligan, Katherine Helmond, Robert Urich, Billy Crystal, and Robert Guillaume as Benson, the cynical housekeeper to the Tates, who would eventually be spun off into [[Series/{{Benson}} his own show]] (in which he would eventually become [[AscendedExtra lieutenant governor]] of his state.)
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