Cybill - Series 4  [DVD]
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Cybill Shepherd stars as Cybill Sheridan, a woman who has it all: two spiteful daughters (Dedee Pfeiffer and Alicia Witt), two clingy ex-husbands (Alan Rosenberg and Tom Wopat), an outrageous best friend (Christine Baranski), an unstable future and a house on an eroding LA hillside. But with humour and determination, Cybill braves each new challenge that comes her way, while having the time of her life discovering that life after forty is anything but downhill. This DVD box set contains all 24 episodes from series four and features guest appearances by Peter Coyote, Mary Page Keller, Robert Stack, Charles Durning, Seth Green and William Forsythe plus many more...
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Cybill Shepherd was very good in this, and more than held up her end of things. Christine Baranski was truly brilliant, this talented actress just about stole any scene she appeared in much to Shepherd's chagrin. This resulted in Shepherd carefully screening scripts every week and counting Baranski's dialogue, and insisting her line were cut to match Shepherd's own. There was only one victim of this behaviour, the show.
The chemistry between the two women is unmistakable, and is only matched (in my view) by the partnership of Lucille Ball and Vivian Vance who had similar difficulties.
The way they bounce off each other gives no hint of how unbearable things must have beeen off set for Baranski.
A stellar cast all round, in this very funny first rate show.
By this last season the all round acrimony on set precipitated by Shepherd was so bad the producers pulled the plug, a very sad epitaph to what should have been an outstanding show...
Not sure what the cause of this is, as I have not yet had time to compare the credits for this season with the last one.
If you have series 1-3, then worth buying to complete the set - but if not, buy one of these earlier series instead.