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"Day by Day" is almost too awful for words. The preschool...

May 08, 1988

"Day by Day" is almost too awful for words. The preschool children on the show are rosy-cheeked cherubs who do nothing but laugh and cheer in unison. Most of the older characters strain so hard to be hip that it soon becomes a mere embarrassment. How does a program like this manage to get on the air? The program's one bright spot is Julia-Louis Dreyfus. With her fast delivery and wicked grin, she gives the screaming laugh-track a run for its money and actually transcends the manic tedium surrounding the show.

Jon Sieruga, San Bernardino

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