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Photo 1

First row (from left): Lewis Arlt, ?, ?, Maree Cheatham and John Cunningham

Second row: Andrea McArdle, Courtney Simon and ?

Third row: ? (although she probably played Suzi), Billie Lou Watt (?) and Val Dufour

Fourth row: Joel Higgins and ?

Photo 2

First row: Michael Nouri, Meg Bennett and ?

Second row: Millee Taggart, ? (I'm talking about the kid she's holding), Peter Simon and ?

Third row: Duh (LOL!)

Fourth row: ? and ?

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Picking up from Khan...

Photo 1

First row (from left): Lewis Arlt, ?, Drew Snyder, Maree Cheatham and John Cunningham

Second row: Andrea McArdle, Courtney Simon and ?

Third row: ? (although she probably played Suzi), Billie Lou Watt (?) and Val Dufour

Fourth row: Joel Higgins and Anne Wyndham

Photo 2

First row: Michael Nouri, Meg Bennett and Carl Lowe

Second row: Millee Taggart, ? (I'm talking about the kid she's holding), Peter Simon and Sherry Rooney (John Aniston's wife)

Third row: Hmmm. Let me think.

Fourth row: Richard Lohman and ?

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First page.

1. Lewis Arlt 2. Joy Franz 3. Drew Snyder 4. Courtney Sherman 5. Marie Cheatham 6. John Cunningham

1. Stacy Morgan 2. Andrea McArdle 3. Billie Lou Watt 4. Val Dufour

1. Joel Higgins 2. Anne Wyndham

Second page

1. Michael Nouri 2. Meg Bennett 3. Carl Low

1. Millee Taggart 2. Neil Billingsley 3. Peter Simon 4. Sherry Rooney

1. Mary Stuart 2. Larry Haines

1. Richard Lohman 2. Ray Bellaran

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For some reason I think they would have, as a PR stunt, had Jo and Stu get married. They may have written it seriously, or they may have just had them marry for some other reason (as a protest, or for insurance).

I think Jo would have experienced a certain renaissance after years of downplaying Mary Stuart.

I think they would have given Stu some long-lost children.

Sunny would have her own talk show.

Liza would become the new Patti in terms of recasts.

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Interesting how they dodge the topic of minorities - "Lt So and So is black" - some short term part.I don't think SFT ever had a contract black performer.Maybe if they had have added some black characters at some point,it could have helped the show?

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If SFT had stayed on the air and on CBS and had lasted into the 90s what do you guys think the show would have been like?

For one thing, I think SEARCH would have added an African-American family to its canvas. There seemed to be a push on the part of CBS to have greater focus on minorities on all their soaps in the mid- and late-1980's.

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Thanks guys, my dream CBS schedule would have to be:

12:30-Y&R(Bell was able to keep his show at 30 min quite successfully)

1:00 SFT

2:00 ATWT

3:00 GL

Of course the 1981-82 schedule works as well for me, why the heck the idiots at both CBS(who wanted something more "glamorous") and P&G(who wanted to keep SFT at 12:30) didn't stick with it is beyond me.

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