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December 2, 1990 | JUDITH MICHAELSON, Judith Michaelson is a Times staff writer
Norman's back. These past few months, at places like Sunset-Gower Studios in Hollywood, Burbank and the valet-parking line of the Beverly-Wilshire Hotel--where actor Robert Loggia, star of Norman Lear's newest TV series, was retrieving his car--the phrase has assumed the tone of mantra: Norman's back. Lear is said to be thriving, he's smiling a different smile, he's revved up again.
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May 31, 1991 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
It's Sunday. Ben Benedict, a 56-year-old widower, has brought his 30-year-old fiancee, TT, home to meet his three grown children, sister and granddaughter. Only they don't know she's his fiancee. And he doesn't know that she's such a devout Christian that she regularly prays in private, addressing God as "Her" or "Him" or, on this day, "Chief." "Chief, you gotta minute?" she begins, praying that Ben's family will like her.
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May 31, 1991 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
It's Sunday. Ben Benedict, a 56-year-old widower, has brought his 30-year-old fiancee, TT, home to meet his three grown children, sister and granddaughter. Only they don't know she's his fiancee. And he doesn't know that she's such a devout Christian that she regularly prays in private, addressing God as "Her" or "Him" or, on this day, "Chief." "Chief, you gotta minute?" she begins, praying that Ben's family will like her.
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December 2, 1990 | JUDITH MICHAELSON, Judith Michaelson is a Times staff writer
Norman's back. These past few months, at places like Sunset-Gower Studios in Hollywood, Burbank and the valet-parking line of the Beverly-Wilshire Hotel--where actor Robert Loggia, star of Norman Lear's newest TV series, was retrieving his car--the phrase has assumed the tone of mantra: Norman's back. Lear is said to be thriving, he's smiling a different smile, he's revved up again.
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