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- Starring: Jenny O'Hara, Joel Brooks, Pam Dawber
Twentysomething freelance photographer, Samantha Russell's (Dawber), career was just starting to take off when her 16-year-old sister, Patti (Schaeffer), moved into her studio apartment in San Francisco. Patti's teenage problems pose a burden for Sam, as the elder sister struggles with whether to act as a parental figure to Patti or not. J.D. Lucas (Brooks) is Sam's slick agent, and Dixie Randazzo (O'Hara), her harried assistant. Sam finds a shoulder to lean on in close friend and neighbor, Jack Kincaid (Naughton), a successful photographer himself.
"Everything starts like a knock at the door
You don't know what it is, but you know who it's for
That's the way we began, and there's no end in sight
Something so good must be right
There's room enough for two in a place that I know of
It has a city view with a blue sky above
Anywhere is home when there's someone there to share it
There's room enough for two
I got room enough for you in my life"
"Room Enough for Two"
written by Steve Dorff (music) and John Bettis (lyrics)
performed by Kim Carnes
My Sister Sam is produced by Pony Productions, in association with Warner Bros. Television
Oct 1986-Sep 1987, Mon 8:30-9:00
Sep 1987-Nov 1987, Sat 8:00-8:30
Mar 1988, Tue, 9:00-9:30
Apr 1988, Tue, 8:30-9:00
Show type: Multi-Camera Sitcom
First telecast: October 6, 1986
Last telecast: April 12, 1988
Number of episodes: 44
Media: 35mm film… Expand
- Genre(s): Comedy
- Show Type: Ended
- Season 2 premiere date: Oct 3, 1987
- Episode Length: 30
- Air Time: 08:30 PM
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