Women of the House

Season 1 Episode 12

Dear Diary

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Aired Unknown Sep 08, 1995 on CBS
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Dear Diary
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After Congresswoman Seizmore of the Ethics Committee attacks her character and launches an investigation of her personal activities, Suzanne inadvertently blurts out that she has a diary, which Seizmore has subpoenaed. But Suzanne is unwilling to part with her diary because it has her weight written in it for each day, so she tries to get her best friend who has come for a visit, Anthony Bouvier, to dispose of it for her. Realizing that Suzanne will never grow up, Anthony finally agrees to take a Carnival Cruise and throw the diary overboard, not realizing that Kathie Lee Gifford was shooting a commercial. The diary hits Regis Philbin on the head and he announces Suzanne's weight on national television the next morning on their mutual talk show, Live With Regis and Kathie Lee.moreless

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Delta Burke

Delta Burke

Suzanne Sugarbaker

Patricia Heaton

Patricia Heaton

Natalie Hollingsworth (Administrative Assistant)

Lisa Rieffel

Lisa Rieffel

Veda Walkman (episodes 9-13)

Teri Garr

Teri Garr

Sissy Emerson (Press Secretary)

Valerie Mahaffey

Valerie Mahaffey

Jennifer Malone #1

Adam Carl

Adam Carl

Adam (episode 9-13)

Meshach Taylor

Meshach Taylor

Anthony Bouvier

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Susan Powter

Susan Powter

Congresswoman Kirby Seizmore

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Regis Philbin

Regis Philbin

Himself

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  • TRIVIA (3)

    • Meshach Taylor reprises his role from Designing Women in this episode.

    • This episode was aired during Lifetime's "An Evening of Women of the House" marathon without closing credits.

    • When initial talks began for the reunion of Delta Burke and Linda Bloodworth-Thomason for a new series, it was announced that guru Susan Powter would be Burke's costar. By the time that the show came together, Powter wasn't in the cast, but she made an appearance in this episode playing what could have been a recurring role (had the show not been canceled).

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  • NOTES (3)

    • This episode was aired during Lifetime's "An Evening of Women of the House" marathon without closing credits.

    • When initial talks began for the reunion of Delta Burke and Linda Bloodworth-Thomason for a new series, it was announced that guru Susan Powter would be Burke's costar. By the time that the show came together, Powter wasn't in the cast, but she made an appearance in this episode playing what could have been a recurring role (had the show not been canceled).

    • Meshach Taylor reprises his role from Designing Women in this episode.

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