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December 11, 1989 | DIANE HAITHMAN
"Designing Women" star Delta Burke, whose weight gain makes tabloid headlines almost as often as Elizabeth Taylor's, gets her revenge tonight as her character, Suzanne Sugarbaker, proves to the class of '74 that the size of her heart is more important than the size of her hips. The show's executive producer, Linda Bloodworth-Thomason, said the weight issue was as tough to face for the actress as for her character.
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December 11, 1989 | DIANE HAITHMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On tonight's episode of CBS' "Designing Women," spoiled former beauty queen Suzanne Sugarbaker (Delta Burke) learns something about herself and the real importance of physical beauty when she returns to her high school reunion and finds herself ridiculed because she has gained weight. Besides making a point about Suzanne, the show also points out that worrying about one's weight is a luxury in a world where people are starving to death each day.
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December 11, 1989 | DIANE HAITHMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On tonight's episode of CBS' "Designing Women," spoiled former beauty queen Suzanne Sugarbaker (Delta Burke) learns something about herself and the real importance of physical beauty when she returns to her high school reunion and finds herself ridiculed because she has gained weight. Besides making a point about Suzanne, the show also points out that worrying about one's weight is a luxury in a world where people are starving to death each day.
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December 11, 1989 | DIANE HAITHMAN
"Designing Women" star Delta Burke, whose weight gain makes tabloid headlines almost as often as Elizabeth Taylor's, gets her revenge tonight as her character, Suzanne Sugarbaker, proves to the class of '74 that the size of her heart is more important than the size of her hips. The show's executive producer, Linda Bloodworth-Thomason, said the weight issue was as tough to face for the actress as for her character.
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