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Season 4, Episode 20May 1, 2006Dee Dee gets upset when she suspects that her new sports client is using her to set up dates with a mistress; Mona tries to get over her breakup with Chase by taking her anger out on her coworkers. Season 4, Episode 8November 14, 2005Dee Dee gives Spencer advice on how to win over a classy woman (Taraji P. Season 4, Episode 5October 17, 2005After Dee Dee accidentally starts a grease fire in her apartment, Phyllis arranges for Mona and herself to have lunch with one of the firemen. Season 4, Episode 4October 10, 2005A smug sports agent (Joey Lawrence) is paired with Dee Dee in an effort to sign a big-shot football player (Aldis Hodge).Season 4, Episode 18April 17, 2006Dee Dee takes Brett out to dinner to persuade him to write her a good job-performance review, but things don't go as planned when they both drink too much; Mona and Spencer trick Adam into thinking that he won a sweepstakes worth more than

Season 4, Episode 20May 1, 2006Dee Dee gets upset when she suspects that her new sports client is using her to set up dates with a mistress; Mona tries to get over her breakup with Chase by taking her anger out on her coworkers. Season 4, Episode 8November 14, 2005Dee Dee gives Spencer advice on how to win over a classy woman (Taraji P. Season 4, Episode 5October 17, 2005After Dee Dee accidentally starts a grease fire in her apartment, Phyllis arranges for Mona and herself to have lunch with one of the firemen. Season 4, Episode 4October 10, 2005A smug sports agent (Joey Lawrence) is paired with Dee Dee in an effort to sign a big-shot football player (Aldis Hodge).Season 4, Episode 18April 17, 2006Dee Dee takes Brett out to dinner to persuade him to write her a good job-performance review, but things don't go as planned when they both drink too much; Mona and Spencer trick Adam into thinking that he won a sweepstakes worth more than $1 million. Henson), but then has to help him get rid of her when she turns out to be a control freak and won't let him go. Also, Spencer has big news for his friends; and helps Adam, who's down in the dumps. Mona and Spencer, meanwhile, contemplate online dating. Season 4, Episode 3October 3, 2005Mona throws a birthday party for herself and Dee Dee, but her mom gives her a present that doesn't sit well with her. Season 4, Episode 1September 19, 2005Mona is surprised when a handsome new tenant (Charles Divins) in her building is attracted to her.I don’t remember the play but I remember Joan’s face — alive with the excitement of another opening, brimming with joy for what she was about to see. She loved the theater and she loved the people in it.

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Season 4, Episode 20May 1, 2006Dee Dee gets upset when she suspects that her new sports client is using her to set up dates with a mistress; Mona tries to get over her breakup with Chase by taking her anger out on her coworkers. Season 4, Episode 8November 14, 2005Dee Dee gives Spencer advice on how to win over a classy woman (Taraji P. Season 4, Episode 5October 17, 2005After Dee Dee accidentally starts a grease fire in her apartment, Phyllis arranges for Mona and herself to have lunch with one of the firemen. Season 4, Episode 4October 10, 2005A smug sports agent (Joey Lawrence) is paired with Dee Dee in an effort to sign a big-shot football player (Aldis Hodge).

Season 4, Episode 18April 17, 2006Dee Dee takes Brett out to dinner to persuade him to write her a good job-performance review, but things don't go as planned when they both drink too much; Mona and Spencer trick Adam into thinking that he won a sweepstakes worth more than $1 million. Henson), but then has to help him get rid of her when she turns out to be a control freak and won't let him go. Also, Spencer has big news for his friends; and helps Adam, who's down in the dumps. Mona and Spencer, meanwhile, contemplate online dating. Season 4, Episode 3October 3, 2005Mona throws a birthday party for herself and Dee Dee, but her mom gives her a present that doesn't sit well with her. Season 4, Episode 1September 19, 2005Mona is surprised when a handsome new tenant (Charles Divins) in her building is attracted to her.

million. Henson), but then has to help him get rid of her when she turns out to be a control freak and won't let him go. Also, Spencer has big news for his friends; and helps Adam, who's down in the dumps. Mona and Spencer, meanwhile, contemplate online dating. Season 4, Episode 3October 3, 2005Mona throws a birthday party for herself and Dee Dee, but her mom gives her a present that doesn't sit well with her. Season 4, Episode 1September 19, 2005Mona is surprised when a handsome new tenant (Charles Divins) in her building is attracted to her.I don’t remember the play but I remember Joan’s face — alive with the excitement of another opening, brimming with joy for what she was about to see. She loved the theater and she loved the people in it.

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Joan’s college roommate Eleanor Albano was working with me at Las Palmas Theatre, and she knew I was going to visit college roommate Christina Conklin in Stockbridge (who ironically was working with Joan). So she made sure that Joan and I met. It was sisterhood at first sight. Joan and I had so much in common. We were neophytes, really, running serious theater companies and making it up as we went along. But our shared passion for the theater and love of artists bonded us in a way that was palpable. When Joan moved to Los Angeles at the end of the ’80s, she brought with her the rights to and asked me if I would produce it at the Pasadena Playhouse, which I was running at the time. We put it up for six weeks in the small theater (now the Carrie Hamilton), where it became an instant hit.

ran for two years, with a new cast every week. That was the beginning of a producing partnership that lasted the entire decade. From 1990-2000, Joan and I ran the Canon, produced shows there and elsewhere, together and separately. It was a heady time in LA theater — a rave in the LA Times could make a show run for a year! We shared amazing experiences, great friends, and some very satisfying projects. Joan produced Working with Joan every day was a blast. She was hilarious and driven, volatile and affectionate, witty and salty. Her energy was boundless. Her dedication to the idea that theater””good theater””could be transformative was inspiring. We wanted our work to be electrifying, emotional, enlightening, and entertaining all at the same time. And much of the time it was.

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The death leads to an inquest and threats from the victim's family.

Other compelling happenings include: Five corpses in the morgue describe their bloody deaths to each other; identical twin sisters who didn't know of each other's existence are murdered on the same night; a sadistic client of Lady Heather (Melinda Clarke) tries to murder her; and the remains of a '70s Vegas crime boss are fished out of Lake Mead, and the investigation centres on several suspects, all played by the Who's Roger Daltrey.Season 4, Episode 17March 27, 2006Mona gets Chase to hire Lorenzo as a pastry chef, but she fails to tell him that Lorenzo is her ex-boyfriend; Phyllis falls down a flight of stairs in the apartment building and threatens to sue Big Dee Dee; Spencer considers getting cosmetic surgery. Also: Dee Dee has a job interview; and helps out L. In other events, a still-unemployed Dee Dee is in for a rude awakening when her father cuts off her allowance.Season 4, Episode 16February 27, 2006Dee Dee is humiliated after her boyfriend breaks up with her on a reality dating show; Spencer surprises Naomi with a trip and she shocks him with her reaction; Big Dee Dee learns that her film role includes a nude scene. In 2000, Joan made the decision to pursue a career in television. Our paths diverged, but I will never forget the ’90s: the places we went, the people we knew and the plays we produced. As a tribute to Joan, I have put together words of remembrance from some of her many, many friends and colleagues. This really is just a sampling.There are hundreds more testimonials on her Facebook page and on Twitter. And I am sure in the coming months there will be thousands.These words from Auden remind me of Joan: So I wish you first a Sense of theatre; only Those who love illusion And know it will go far; Otherwise we spend our Lives in a confusion Of what we say and do with Who we really are. l would certainly trust her with my work, which, to me, tends to be more important than either of aforementioned valuables. Stein is a rarity: a business mind with a great sense of humor, a sense of what will play on the stage as well as at the box office and a sense of taste that is as reliable as a gyroscope.

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