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Adaptation of an avant-garde play about Rhoda, a hysterical heroine who feels oppressed by the people around her. She suffers through her birthday party, goes to see a doctor, plans a vacation, argues a lot and even breaks the fourth wall.
Initially set in fictional Barrowsville, New York, this serial tells the story of extremely disparate siblings: long-suffering Vanessa Dale and her bitchy sister Meg. After Meg was written out of the series in the late 50's, the serial's setting moved to Rosehill, New York, where Van settled down with college professor Bruce Sterling and endured the usual soap opera maladies (murder, amnesia, incurable illness). In 1974, writers resurrected the character of Meg, as the serial once again focused on the internecine struggles between two sisters.Written by
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My mother watched this show, and she said it was abysmally bad. Like Crossroads in England, this show was so-bad-it's-good. The show had a very vocal fan following, albeit small, and that's why it stayed on the air as long as it did. The show was critically derided, and almost always at the bottom of the ratings. But still, it chugged on, for almost 30 years, because of its fans. Needless to say, my mother was not a fan.
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