Jack Kugman and Charles Durning were two and three.
This triad is done
Jean Harris???? The bitch who offed the diet doc?
Yes. She died on Sunday.
Jean S. Harris, the private-school headmistress whose 1981 trial for the murder of a prominent Scarsdale, N.Y., physician galvanized a nation mulling feminist perspectives with its story of vengeance by an aging woman scorned, died on Sunday at an assisted-living center in New Haven. She was 89.
Scarsdale Surprise was a great play, but Raquel Welch never moved her arms!
Guess I don't count.
I didn't know Jean Harris had died. So does this mean that Schwartzkopf kicked another triad off?
In what universe would Jean Harris be considered? Really??
who hasn't wanted to kill their diet doctor?
I was obsessed with that whole scandal when it happened.
But was always puzzled that she was often called his "mistress." One, he wasn't married. And two, homegirl was, uh, not quite what I'd call mistress material.
Nancy Grace would have had a field day with her.
[quote]Smith grad. 'Nuff said?
Q: What's the difference between a Smithie and a Ferrari?
A: Most men haven't been in a Ferrari.
I thought they had to be celebrities. People die all the time.
Who played Jean in the TV movie? My bf and I both can't remember and it's driving us nuts.
And who played Dr. Tarnower?
"Oh my God. I'm back. I'm home. All the time, it was... We finally really did it ... You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!"
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