History Series / SuddenlySusan

15th Feb '16 3:49:40 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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* TheUnfavorite: When Susan essentially begs Jack for a job in the pilot, Jack notes that she left his brother at the alter and deeply embarrassed his parents. Apparently, Jack was this because he then immediately offers Susan a better job and hires her.

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* TheUnfavorite: When Susan essentially begs Jack for a job in the pilot, Jack notes that she left his brother at the alter altar and deeply embarrassed his parents. Apparently, Jack was this because he then immediately offers Susan a better job and hires her.
15th Feb '16 3:48:02 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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* DateMyAvatar: Todd subscribing to a Lesbian dating site, having reasoned that his lust for women [[InsaneTrollLogic qualifies him as one]]. Predictably, his 'date' turns out to be another horny male.

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* DateMyAvatar: Todd subscribing to a Lesbian lesbian dating site, having reasoned that his lust for women [[InsaneTrollLogic qualifies him as one]]. Predictably, his 'date' turns out to be another horny male.
29th Jun '15 8:50:51 PM tenryufan
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* FakeNationality: Luis is played by Nestor Carbonell, a naturalized American citizen.



* OldShame: Subverted. Brooke Shields has said she greatly misses the show and would have liked to spend more time there.
14th Jan '14 12:14:50 AM PaulA
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A WorkCom about a woman who leaves a man at the altar, finds herself without prospects, until her ex-fiance's brother takes a gamble and hires her as a journalist. Originally conceived as a starring vehicle for Brooke Shields, but in actuality it ended up being a retread of ''TheMaryTylerMooreShow'' which ran the complete gamut of {{office}} humor cliches roughly three or four times.

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A WorkCom about a woman who leaves a man at the altar, finds herself without prospects, until her ex-fiance's brother takes a gamble and hires her as a journalist. Originally conceived as a starring vehicle for Brooke Shields, but in actuality it ended up being a retread of ''TheMaryTylerMooreShow'' ''Series/TheMaryTylerMooreShow'' which ran the complete gamut of {{office}} humor cliches roughly three or four times.



* RealLifeWritesThePlot: After David Strickland committed suicide, his character Todd [[TheCharacterDiedWithHim died with him]]. This was addressed in the Season Three finale, in which the cast spends the entire episode looking for Todd. Each scene is interspersed with the series regulars addressing the camera ''OurTown''-style and sharing memories of him. The episode ends with the cast sitting in a circle with a telephone between them, still waiting to hear news of Todd's whereabouts. And then the phone rings.

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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: After David Strickland committed suicide, his character Todd [[TheCharacterDiedWithHim died with him]]. This was addressed in the Season Three finale, in which the cast spends the entire episode looking for Todd. Each scene is interspersed with the series regulars addressing the camera ''OurTown''-style ''Theatre/OurTown''-style and sharing memories of him. The episode ends with the cast sitting in a circle with a telephone between them, still waiting to hear news of Todd's whereabouts. And then the phone rings.
8th Jul '13 11:09:50 AM JIKTV
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8th Jul '13 11:09:28 AM JIKTV
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Despite its shortcomings, the show managed to run for four seasons and enjoyed a semi-healthy run in syndication. However, the one-two punch of Judd Nelson's departure and cast member David Strickland's suicide necessitated an exhaustive ReTool, moving the characters to a grimy warehouse in Chinatown. The show's ratings, nothing much to begin with, plummeted and NBC mercifully pulled the plug.

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Despite its shortcomings, the show managed to run for four seasons and enjoyed a semi-healthy run in syndication. However, the one-two punch of Judd Nelson's departure and cast member David Strickland's suicide necessitated an exhaustive ReTool, {{Retool}}, moving the characters to a grimy warehouse in Chinatown. The show's ratings, nothing much to begin with, plummeted and NBC mercifully pulled the plug.



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* CaptainErsatz: Vicki, the sassy redhead played by Kathy Griffin, was often accused of being a ripoff of Beth, the sassy redhead played by Vicki Lewis on ''{{Newsradio}}''. The ''Newsradio'' producers sure seemed to think so.

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* CaptainErsatz: Vicki, the sassy redhead played by Kathy Griffin, was often accused of being a ripoff of Beth, the sassy redhead played by Vicki Lewis on ''{{Newsradio}}''.''Series/{{Newsradio}}''. The ''Newsradio'' producers sure seemed to think so.
15th Feb '13 4:21:48 AM SeptimusHeap
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15th Dec '12 1:16:45 PM ricjac
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A WorkCom about a woman who leaves a man at the altar, finds herself without prospects, until her ex-fiance's brother takes a gamble and hires her as a journalist. Originally conceived as a starring vehicle for Brooke Shields, but in actuality it ended up being a retread of ''TheMaryTylerMooreShow'' which ran the complete gamut of office humor cliches roughly three or four times.

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A WorkCom about a woman who leaves a man at the altar, finds herself without prospects, until her ex-fiance's brother takes a gamble and hires her as a journalist. Originally conceived as a starring vehicle for Brooke Shields, but in actuality it ended up being a retread of ''TheMaryTylerMooreShow'' which ran the complete gamut of office {{office}} humor cliches roughly three or four times.
15th Dec '12 1:12:15 PM ricjac
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* StatuesqueStunner: The title character.
22nd Nov '12 7:04:48 PM Aiguille
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* {{Casanova}}: Luis. It's the accent, of course; when he tries picking up women with a FakeAmerican accent ("M'name is Louis.") he spectacularly bombs.

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* {{Casanova}}: TheCasanova: Luis. It's the accent, of course; when he tries picking up women with a FakeAmerican accent ("M'name is Louis.") he spectacularly bombs.
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