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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Steveknj, Mar 27, 2009.
Yep, she's still great.
You know this thread is basically Mrs. Coach, right?
She's built well, but her face? Average at best, at least in that picture.
She had two kids during the run of the series, in 1992 & 1997.
Whenever I catch a rerun of Seinfeld, I play the "is the pregnant in this show or not" game. She usually wore big coats, stood behind the counter in Jerry's kitchen and did other things to hide "the bumps".
I give up. Who the heck is she? I don't even remember her from Seinfeld.
With Mrs. Coach, pictures are never going to do her justice. You just have to watch her live to appreciate her. #FNL
Julia Louis-Dreyfus is the subject of the post immediately above yours, which is quoting and responding to a post from 2009 (!). She played Elaine.
Not a FNL fan, but I remember her from SpinCity. I had pretty much the same impression. Nice figure...average face.
oh. I thought they were talking about the redhead
Well, there's your problem right there. Not a fan of amazing television?
... was still better than just about every other show on at the time, was righting itself before a premature end caused by the writer's strike, and is responsible for one of the most moving scenes in the show's entire run.
So what's your point, exactly? Even if S2 was absolutely terrible with no redeeming qualities (which it wasn't), the remaining 80% of the show was among the best television that has ever been created.
I think she looks better in her current series, Nashville, than she ever did in FNL, and gives Hayden a run for her money.
Well I AM, and that's why I don't watch FNL
that's taking it a bit too far
Matter of opinion. I liked the series but I don't think it held up over the course of the series. The cast was always good, especially Kyle Chandler but I did not think the later seasons were anything special.
I realize though that I am in the minority around here with that opinion.
Wow, this is like a BBT thread with all the off-topic discussion!
Well, we have pretty much exhausted the over 40 tv actresses. We are just biding time until someone worthy has their 40th birthday.
Joelle Carter - Justified
Maybe it's time to start a thread for actresses under 40.