Laverne & Shirley: The Fourth Season [4 Discs] [DVD]

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    Synopsis

    Season four of Laverne & Shirley found the series' time frame progressing from the late '50s to the early '60s. The season opener is the two-part "Festival," wherein Laverne (Penny Marshall), Shirley (Cindy Williams), and the other series regulars leave their familiar Milwaukee environs for a trip to New York. In a related development, Laverne aspires to get into a Broadway show in "Chorus Line," featuring a guest-starring turn by famed dancer/choreographer Tony Basil. Speaking of guest stars, future Tonight Show emcee Jay Leno turns up as a character named Joey in "The Feminine Mistake." And after scoring excellent ratings with its one "serious" episode of its third season, "The Slow Child," the series served up another superb blend of comedy and drama, "A Visit to the Cemetary," in which an embittered Laverne at last settles accounts with her deceased -- and much despised -- mother. For the second year in a row, Laverne & Shirley ended its season as America's number one-rated program. ~ Hal Erickson
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