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    • In an old archived article, Patricia Smith said she had appeared on SFT from 1959-60. She played Cynthia Bradley, Arthur Tate's secretary that was married to George Maharis. Since Maharis played Bud Gardner (Jo's nephew), I just assumed that was her married name.     I hope the article was accurate.😎  
    • I can't with this time jump.  Also, tried explaining this to my mom, a faithful viewer over the decades, but has dementia now, she doesn't understand...who can blame her.
    • Christina Pickles is unrecognisable!   Can I ask about Patricia Smiths role of Cynthia Bradley Gardner on SFT in the late 50's. As Gardner was Jo's maiden name, how were they connected?
    • At least some of the cast members are doing what I suggested - get out there and push the narrative. It's their show/livelihood, so they have everything to lose by being complacent and nothing to lose by being out there promoting the show. The beauty of social media is that actors don't need to be booked on a talk show - they have their own platforms.   Even a relatively small percentage increase in streaming (it ain't happening in live viewing) regardless of the source (TJ, cast firing, actor visibility), only helps further the case DAYS is still an asset to SONY/NBC. But if there's no increase after all this buzz, it solidifies the argument that a viable audience just isn't there. 
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