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Alice (1976)

Alice (1976)

Alice Hyatt and her son head west after Alice is widowed. Her car breaks down in Phoenix, Arizona, where she takes a job at Mel's diner. There she and the two other waitresses Flo and Vera worked for the grouchy owner Mel. The 1974 film Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore inspired the hit series, and Polly Holliday's character Florence Jean Castleberry became popular enough to briefly support a spinoff called Flo. Flo was known for her catch phrase, "Kiss my grits" which was her general response to most of Mel's requests, suggestions and comments.

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Episode Info

Final: 9x16 -- Th-th-th-that's All, Folks (Mar/19/1985)

This retrospective features the best of Alice as the gang gathers at the diner for one last day to reminisce after Mel informs the gang that he has sold the diner to a real estate developer.
Linda LavinLinda Lavin
As Alice Hyatt
Philip McKeonPhilip McKeon
As Tommy Hyatt
Vic TaybackVic Tayback
As Mel Sharples
Beth HowlandBeth Howland
As Vera Louise Gorman
Polly HollidayPolly Holliday
As Florence Jean "Flo" Castleberry (S01-S04)
Diane LaddDiane Ladd
As Belle Dupree (S04-S05)
Celia WestonCelia Weston
As Jolene Hunnicutt (S06-S09)
Charles LevinCharles Levin
As Elliot Novak (S09)

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Patrick Cranshaw as Andy (10 eps)
Marvin Kaplan as Henry (9 eps)
Bob McClurg as Customer #1 (9 eps)
Douglas Robinson (1) as Doug (9 eps)
Victoria Carroll as Girl in Bar (9 eps)
Robert Picardo as Freddie (7 eps)

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