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When Polly Holliday's sassy character Florence "Flo" Jean Castleberry became hugely popular, producers decided to see if she could carry her own show, and thus was born Flo. Flo leaves the diner where she'd worked for years (on Alice (1976)) for a new job in Houston. En route, she impulsively decides to purchase, restore, and run a diner she'd known growing up, renaming it "Flo's Yellow Rose." (The Yellow Rose of Texas is a very popular song.) The show's first season was a ratings success, but not so its second, and it ended while Alice was still going.
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Final: 2x23 -- The Daynce (Jun/30/1981)

Polly Holliday
As Florence Jean "Flo" Castleberry
Geoffrey Lewis
As Earl Tucker
Jim Baker (1)
As Farley Waters
Sudie Bond
As Mama Velma Castleberry
Joyce Bulifant
As Miriam Willoughby
Leo Burmester
As Randy Stumphill
Lucy Lee Flippin
As Fran Castleberry
Stephen Keep
As Les Kincaid

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Creator: Dick Clair, Jenna McMahon
Executive Producer: Jim Mulligan
Supervising Producer: Tom Biener, George Geiger, Ron Landry
Main Title Theme Performed By: Hoyt Axton

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Recurring Guests

Gordon Hurst as Tyler (8 eps)
George "Buck" Flower as Roy (8 eps)
Henry Jones (1) as Harold (3 eps)
Terry Wills as Wendell (3 eps)
G.W. Bailey as Bull (3 eps)
Forrest Tucker as Jarvis (2 eps)
Burton Gilliam as J.J. (2 eps)
Donegan Smith as Hollis (2 eps)
Robert Ayers as Rhett (2 eps)

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Warning: Flo guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: CBS ( USA)
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: March 24, 1980
Ended: July 21, 1981
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