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'''''All's Fair''''' is a sitcom that aired for 24 episodes between September 20, 1976 to April 30, 1977 on CBS. The series was created by Norman Lear.  
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'''''All's Fair''''' is a sitcom that aired for 24 episodes between September 20, 1976, to April 30, 1977 on CBS. The series was created by Norman Lear.  
  
 
==Plot==
 
==Plot==
 
The series is set in Washington, D.C. detailed the relationship between 49-year-old conservative political writer Richard Barrington (Richard Crenna) and his 23-year-old liberal photographer girlfriend Charley Duke (Bernadette Peters).
 
The series is set in Washington, D.C. detailed the relationship between 49-year-old conservative political writer Richard Barrington (Richard Crenna) and his 23-year-old liberal photographer girlfriend Charley Duke (Bernadette Peters).
  
Despite frequent arguments concerning current events, topical concerns and the generation gap, Richard and Charley stayed together, much to the amusement of their friends and co-workers.
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Despite frequent arguments concerning current events, topical concerns, and the generation gap, Richard and Charley stayed together, much to the amusement of their friends and co-workers.
  
 
A new character, Lenny Wolf, appeared mid-season, played by Michael Keaton.<ref>[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0073956/ All's Fair on IMDb.com.] Retrieved 21 Mar '17.</ref>
 
A new character, Lenny Wolf, appeared mid-season, played by Michael Keaton.<ref>[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0073956/ All's Fair on IMDb.com.] Retrieved 21 Mar '17.</ref>
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The series aired on Mondays at 9:30 Eastern time. It was cancelled after one season.
 
The series aired on Mondays at 9:30 Eastern time. It was cancelled after one season.
  
Only the opening credits, newspaper listings and a few stills have surfaced.
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Only the opening credits, newspaper listings, and a few stills have surfaced.
  
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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<gallery mode=packed heights=225px>
 
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1976 TV Guide All's Fair.jpg
 
1976 TV Guide All's Fair.jpg
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Revision as of 17:05, 2 February 2018

All's Fair still 5.jpg

Richard Crenna and Bernadette Peters in the show.

Status: Partially Found

All's Fair is a sitcom that aired for 24 episodes between September 20, 1976, to April 30, 1977 on CBS. The series was created by Norman Lear.

Plot[edit | edit source]

The series is set in Washington, D.C. detailed the relationship between 49-year-old conservative political writer Richard Barrington (Richard Crenna) and his 23-year-old liberal photographer girlfriend Charley Duke (Bernadette Peters).

Despite frequent arguments concerning current events, topical concerns, and the generation gap, Richard and Charley stayed together, much to the amusement of their friends and co-workers.

A new character, Lenny Wolf, appeared mid-season, played by Michael Keaton.[1]

Status[edit | edit source]

The series aired on Mondays at 9:30 Eastern time. It was cancelled after one season.

Only the opening credits, newspaper listings, and a few stills have surfaced.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

The opening credits.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. All's Fair on IMDb.com. Retrieved 21 Mar '17.