Between their school work, boy troubles, fights between themselves, and comedic timing to boot, this show had everything a girl could ask for in a television show about what would seem to be very similar to her life.We loved the show so much that we had to go ahead and scrunch up some behind the scenes juice; we knew there had to be some!The producer of the show was none other than Norman Lear. She would ultimately be the one responsible for the girls and their well being, keeping them in line and up to speed with their school work and social engagements… One of the girls from season one that didn’t make it to season two, is Molly Ringwald of all people!Tartikoff told the New York Times in a 1988 interview, “Norman Lear, who didn’t want his name on the show, probably netted out about million in his personal bank account for not wanting that show to exist.” The first season of the show was slightly messy when it comes to the amount of people involved in the cast. They went from a large cast to four main young women to be the main girls – Blair, Jo, Natalie, and Tootie. We all know that things worked out for Molly anyway, with her starring roles in Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, and Pretty in Pink, to name a few.The story revolved around Garrett and the group of young women, actually being a far cry from the Diff’rent Strokes storyline.The show was not an instant success, so much so that NBC executive, Brandon Tartikoff, needed to convince producers not to pull the plug.The Facts of Life was a spin off from the hit series, Diff’rent Strokes.
Lindsay has been actively trying to drum up a job for herself – she’s shopping around a social media prank show called .This tale by Thomas Walton will have you wondering if you too can fulfill your dreams.If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.Did you want to be the one who captured Alias Smith and Jones, or the Beast Master?Have you always wanted to be tied up like The Dukes of Hazzard, or Supernatural's Winchester brothers?