Agreed. I never would have recognized that she is the same woman from Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.When you guys were talking about Jane Seymour last week, I thought it must have been another Jane Seymour I'd never heard of. Then I took a closer look and was amazed that it was really her. No way I would have ever realized it if nobody had pointed it out.
Hmmm, let me think. I'm 71 and a lot can go wrong with teeth and gums. A gum infection a couple of years ago caused the removal of two teeth and a tooth implant for one of them. Old caps fall off, decay is found underneath and needs to be removed making it necessary to get a new cap. An Implant is over $4,000, a cap $1,400. Medicare doesn't have dental. Dental plans will, at best, pay only half the cost of major work. So, I can imagine a lot of seniors with oral problems who can't afford a dentist. Oh, I have a friend who is a dentist. Maybe I can convince him to do some charity work. Yes, there's an idea.Yeah, the dentist in the old-folks home is a huge stretch. I'm sure collectively we could come up with a better plot to keep him in the show.
I expected that to be what would happen to allow them to incorporate him into the new storylines, but that doesn't really explain why he'd be selling his house.He is going to "find himself" by helping the old people.