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Air Date: September 26th, 1986

Network: CBS

Series Summary
Four women run an interior decorating business in Atlanta.

Rating: TVPG

Genres: Sitcom

Episodes

  • Season 7 - Episode 22 : Gone With the Whim May 24, 1993

    In a parody of "Gone With the Wind," Sugarbakers redecorate a mansion, according to a woman's bad taste.

  • Season 7 - Episode 21 : Gone With the Whim May 24, 1993

    In a parody of "Gone With the Wind," Sugarbakers redecorate a mansion, according to a woman's bad taste.

  • Season 7 - Episode 21 : Gone With the Whim May 24, 1993

    In a parody of "Gone With the Wind," Sugarbakers redecorate a mansion, according to a woman's bad taste.

  • Season 7 - Episode 20 : The Lying Game May 7, 1993

    Carlene decides to dress like a man when she discovers her new boyfriend (Greg Kean) is a cross-dresser.

  • Season 7 - Episode 20 : A Difficult Cross to Bear May 7, 1993

    Carlene decides to dress like a man when she discovers her new boyfriend (Greg Kean) is a cross-dresser.

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  • Ms. Bloodworth-Thomason is no Susan Harris, whose crackling humor keeps "The Golden Girls" popping steadily from week to week. On the other hand, Designing Women has a first-rate cast. Show More

  • May be the most outrageous new comedy since "All in the Family," in terms of what it's willing to try and say. It's going to make some people laugh. It's going to offend some people...For my money, it's the best and brightest new sitcom of the year -- sharp and tart in its writing, sharp and tart in its execution by four splendid actresses. They, and it, have got spirit and style and sass. [29 Sept 1986, p.C1] Show More

  • The premiere of Designing Women...provides fewer answers than indications. And the indications are that even good performers in an appealing setting won't make Designing Woman funny without better-designed scripts. Snappy, yes. Laughs, no. Show More

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