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Who's the Boss?

A TV show about Tony Micelli, the housekeeper, Angela Bauer, the career-woman, their kids Samantha and Jonathon, and Mona, Angela's man-crazy mother.

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08x24 Savor the Veal (3) Aired: Apr. 25, 1992

Angela attempts to adjust to her new life in Iowa, but discovers that she really wants to be back east, working at her agency. The conflict of …

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Who's the Boss? is Canceled/Ended
The show had 8 seasons and 196 episodes air between 1984 and 1992.

Series Info

Type:
Scripted
Premiered:
Sep. 20, 1984
Status:
Canceled/Ended
Runtime:
30 min.
Aired:
1984 - 1992
To-Date:
8 Seasons
196 Episodes
Network
ABC TV Network
Genre

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Series Fun Facts

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  • Episode #115, (Living Dolls) was never shown during the series' original prime time run and instead premiered when "Who's the Boss" first entered syndication. The episode, which was meant to…
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    Episode #115, (Living Dolls) was never shown during the series' original prime time run and instead premiered when "Who's the Boss" first entered syndication. The episode, which was meant to be a pilot for a new ABC series Living Dolls, was pulled from the schedule, due to last minute casting changes to the series. Several months later, a second episode (episode #123, "Life's A Ditch") was filmed to serve as a pilot for "Living Dolls", which aired on the same night "Living Dolls" finally premiered.
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  • Although they both play family matriarchs, neither Judith Light nor Katherine Helmond have any children in real life. Furthermore, Judith Light is still married to the same man, not like her…
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    Although they both play family matriarchs, neither Judith Light nor Katherine Helmond have any children in real life. Furthermore, Judith Light is still married to the same man, not like her character who was a divorcée.
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  • German network RTL showed a German version of the show called "Ein Job für's Leben" (1993) ("A Life-Time Job"). The scripts and every single joke of the original's 1984-1985 season were…
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    German network RTL showed a German version of the show called "Ein Job für's Leben" (1993) ("A Life-Time Job"). The scripts and every single joke of the original's 1984-1985 season were translated, but it was canceled after one season. "Ein Job für's Leben" was preceded by a British version, The Upper Hand (UK), starring Honor Blackman, which fared somewhat better despite also being a direct translation instead of an adaptation or reinvention. It was canceled in 1996.
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