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The seventh and final season mixes up the cast one last time with the introduction of Judith Ivey as B.J. Poteet, a rich Texas widow who invests in the Sugarbaker firm after Allison Sugarbaker pulls her money out of the business for good. Season Seven highlights include Carlene (Jan Hooks) dating a cross-dresser, Anthony (Meshach Taylor) embarking on a wild, and costly, trip to Vegas, Bernice (Alice Ghostley) fearing that Mary Jo (Annie Potts) is planning to put her to sleep, and Julia (Dixie Carter) and all of the women of Sugarbakers struggling to keep the business alive.
Created by Linda Bloodworth-Thomason, Designing Women aired on CBS from 1986 to 1993 and remains one of the true pioneering shows in television history.
I can see why series ended. Not as funny as first 5 seasons.Published 4 months ago by Deborah A. Bird
One of my favorite series. I was sorry to see it end. Arrived on time and in new condition.Published 6 months ago by MsPop
It was not their best season, I was sad to see it go regardless.Published 8 months ago by Ross W. Virock