It seems that Three's Company has the most doppelgangers of any show in the history of tv at the incredible number of 5! Based on my research, the only other show with close to that many is Friends, which has at least 2(Aniston and Cox), possible 3 or 4.
My latest discovery is Priscilla Barnes, who was replaced before the final season(season 8, 1983-1984) of Three's Company.
The main difference is the jaw, with the replacement having a squarer jaw. The original Priscilla was also considerably more attractive and sexy.
Friscilla...she certainly didn't age very well
You can see the difference in the jaw in these two pics:
Priscilla season 7
Friscilla, a year later with the squarer jaw
"Company"= slang for der CIA.
A constantly rotating cast of dopplegangers, and the same plot every single f--ing episode of this incredibly stupid show (stolen from the Shakespeare play "Comedy of Errors" with the theme of double entendre, mistaken conclusion eavesdropping, and false deductions. ) This is the self-congratuting, twisted meta-humor that amuses the "in the know"-watcher CIA nazis and provides their version of comic relief for their own pathetic, empty lives.
The Comedy of Errors is one of William Shakespeare's earliest plays, believed to have been written between 1592 and 1594. It is his shortest and one of his most farcical comedies, with a major part of the humour coming from slapstick and mistaken identity, in addition to puns and wordplay. The Comedy of Errors (along with The Tempest) is one of only two of Shakespeare's plays to observe the classical unities. It has been adapted for opera, stage, screen and musical theatre.
The Comedy of Errors tells the story of two sets of identical twins that were accidentally separated at birth. Antipholus of Syracuse and his servant, Dromio of Syracuse, arrive in Ephesus, which turns out to be the home of their twin brothers, Antipholus of Ephesus and his servant, Dromio of Ephesus. When the Syracusans encounter the friends and families of their twins, a series of wild mishaps based on mistaken identities lead to wrongful beatings, a near-seduction, the arrest of Antipholus of Ephesus, and accusations of infidelity, theft, madness, and demonic possession.
Contents [hide] 1 Sources 2 Date & text 3 Characters 4 Plot summary 5 Analysis 6 Performance 7 Artistic Features 8 Adaptations 8.1 Plays 8.2 Opera 8.3 Musicals 8.4 Film 8.5 Television 9 Gallery 10 Notes 11 See also 12 References 13 External links
 Sources Key plot elements are taken from two Roman comedies of Plautus.
From Menaechmi comes the main premise of mistaken identity between identical twins with the same name, plus some of the stock characters such as the comic courtesan. In Menaechmi one of the twins is from Epidamnus; Shakespeare changes this to Ephesus and includes many allusions to St Paul's Epistle to the Ephesians.
From Amphitruo he borrows the twin servants with the same name, plus the scene in Act 3 where a husband is shut out of his house while his wife mistakenly dines with a look-alike.
The frame story of Egeon and Emilia derives from Apollonius of Tyre, also a source for Twelfth Night and Pericles, Prince of Tyre.
The Troma movie Class of Nuke 'Em High 3: The Good, the Bad and the Subhumanoid is very loosely based on Comedy of Errors. In it, two twins are separated at birth, and end up encountering each other years later.
The film Big Business is a modern take on A Comedy of Errors. Bette Midler and Lily Tomlin star in the film as two sets of twins separated at birth, much like the characters in Shakespeare's play.
 Television The popular TV show "The X-Files" features an episode called "Fight Club", [! This is before the infamous, CIA-scripted Chuck Pahluniak Fight Club pre-9-11 clue-filled movie was named and released] the story of which heavily parallels many elements from A Comedy of errors. The episode revolves around two sets of identical twins: The first - Lulu Pfeiffer/Betty Templeton are both portrayed by Kathy Griffin. The second set of twins are portrayed by Randall "Tex" Cobb. Much of the story also mirrors A comedy of errors in that there are many cases of mistaken identity, misplaced money, and disaster abounds whenever the sets of identical twins get near each other.
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Jelena Talks Smack: September 23rd, 2008 at 7:08 pm
Ughh..I wish she did have some botox…she looks 70.
# Zoe Talks Smack: September 23rd, 2008 at 7:15 pm
I met Linda once. Her face had severe burns and cream on it. She explained that she’d just come back from the plastic surgeon, so I am sure she’s not opposed to getting certain procedures done.
# Jinxy Talks Smack: September 23rd, 2008 at 10:16 pm
Is that for real?? That’s not normal aging at all. That’s not normal for a 71 year old – I know plenty of people in their early 50’s who look as though they could be that person’s child. It’s got to be fake. Or she’s got some hideous aging disease I do NOT want to catch thankyouverymuchforscaringthesh*toutofme.
Below is a portion from Linda Hamilton's (born in Salisbury, Maryland) imdb. I notice an odd gap from 1991 to 1994, just after the mega-hit Schwarzenegger movie Terminator 2, which should have jump started her career. Instead she seems to have disappeared except for a 1993 spot on the TV series Frasier which was a VOICE ONLY job.
Smile (2005/I) .... Bridgette Jonah (2004) .... June Wholey Moses (2003) .... Valerie Silent Night (2002) (TV) .... Elisabeth Vincken Skeletons in the Closet (2001) (V) .... Tina Bailey's Mistake (2001) (TV) .... Liz Donovan A Girl Thing (2001) (TV) .... Rachel Logan "Buzz Lightyear of Star Command" .... Dr. Furbanna / ... (3 episodes, 2000) - Return to Karn (2000) TV episode (voice) .... Dr. Furbanna - Millennial Bugs (2000) TV episode (voice) .... Dr. Furbana - The Beasts of Karn (2000) TV episode (voice) .... Dr. Furbanna Sex & Mrs. X (2000) (TV) .... Joanna Scott
Batman Beyond: The Movie (1999) (TV) (voice) .... Dr. Stephanie Lake The Secret Life of Girls (1999) .... Ruby Sanford "Hercules" .... Nemesis (2 episodes, 1998-1999) ... aka Disney's Hercules (USA: complete title) - Hercules and the Romans (1999) TV episode (voice) .... Nemesis - Hercules and the King for a Day (1998) TV episode (voice) .... Nemesis "Batman Beyond" .... Dr. Stephanie Lake (1 episode, 1999) ... aka Batman of the Future (Europe: English title) (UK) - Meltdown (1999) TV episode (voice) .... Dr. Stephanie Lake The Color of Courage (1999) (TV) .... Anna Sipes Point Last Seen (1998) (TV) .... Rachel Harrison "The New Batman Adventures" .... Susan Maguire / ... (1 episode, 1998) ... aka Batman: The Animated Series Volume Four (USA: DVD box title) - Chemistry (1998) TV episode (voice) .... Susan Maguire/Susan Wayne Rescuers: Stories of Courage: Two Couples (1998) (TV) .... Marie Taquet (segment "Marie Taquet") On the Line (1997) (TV) .... Jean Martin "Frasier" .... Claire / ... (2 episodes, 1993-1997) - Odd Man Out (1997) TV episode .... Laura - The Good Son (1993) TV episode (voice) .... Claire Dante's Peak (1997) .... Rachel Wando Shadow Conspiracy (1997) .... Amanda Givens T2 3-D: Battle Across Time (1996) .... Sarah Connor ... aka T2: Terminator 2:3-D ... aka Terminator 2: 3-D Separate Lives (1995) .... Lauren Porter A Mother's Prayer (1995) (TV) .... Rosemary Holmstrom The Way to Dusty Death (1995) (TV) .... Beth MacAlpine Silent Fall (1994) .... Karen Rainer Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1992) (VG) (voice) .... Sarah Connor Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) .... Sarah Connor ... aka El Exterminator 2 (USA: Spanish title) ... aka T2 (USA: promotional abbreviation) ... aka T2 - Terminator 2: Judgment Day ... aka T2: Extreme Edition (USA: video box title) ... aka T2: Ultimate Edition (USA: video box title) ... aka Terminator 2 - Le jugement dernier (France) Mr. Destiny (1990) .... Ellen Jane Burrows/Robertson
"Beauty and the Beast" .... Asst. Dist. Atty. Catherine Chandler (46 episodes, 1987-1989) - Walk Slowly (1989) TV episode .... Asst. Dist. Atty. Catherine Chandler - Though Lovers Be Lost: Part 1 (1989) TV episode .... Asst. Dist. Atty. Catherine Chandler - The Rest Is Silence (1989) TV episode .... Asst. Dist. Atty. Catherine Chandler - Ceremony of Innocence (1989) TV episode .... Asst. Dist. Atty. Catherine Chandler - What Rough Beast (1989) TV episode .... Asst. Dist. Atty. Catherine Chandler (41 more) Go Toward the Light (1988) (TV) .... Claire Madison ... aka Go to the Light King Kong Lives (1986) .... Amy Franklin ... aka King Kong 2 (USA: alternative title) "Murder, She Wrote" .... Carol McDermott (1 episode, 1986) - Menace, Anyone? (1986) TV episode .... Carol McDermott Club Med (1986) (TV) .... Kate Black Moon Rising (1986) .... Nina Secret Weapons (1985) (TV) .... Elena Koslov/Joanna ... aka Secrets of the Red Bedroom ... aka Sexpionage The Terminator (1984) .... Sarah Connor The Stone Boy (1984) .... Eva Crescent Moon Lady on Bus Children of the Corn (1984) .... Vicky ... aka Stephen King's Children of the Corn "Hill Street Blues" .... Sandy Valpariso (4 episodes, 1984) - Parting Is Such Sweep Sorrow (1984) TV episode .... Sandy Valpariso - The Other Side of Oneness (1984) TV episode .... Sandy Valpariso - Grace Under Pressure (1984) TV episode .... Sandy Valpariso - Fuchs Me? Fuchs You! (1984) TV episode .... Sandy Valpariso Secrets of a Mother and Daughter (1983) (TV) .... Susan Decker Wishman (1983) (TV) .... Mattie MacGregor "King's Crossing" (1982) TV series .... Lauren Hollister (unknown episodes, 1982) Country Gold (1982) (TV) .... Josie Greenwood Tag: The Assassination Game (1982) .... Susan Swayze ... aka Everybody Gets It in the End (USA: alternative title) ... aka Kiss Me, Kill Me ... aka T.A.G.: The Assassination Game "Secrets of Midland Heights" .... Lisa Rogers (2 episodes, 1980-1981) - Hooverville (1980) TV episode .... Lisa Rogers - Founder's Day (1980) TV episode .... Lisa Rogers Rape and Marriage: The Rideout Case (1980) (TV) .... Greta Rideout Reunion (1980) (TV) .... Anne Samoorian "Shirley" .... Gloria (1 episode, 1980) - Teddy Roosevelt Slept Here (1980) TV episode .... Gloria
Night-Flowers (1979) (as Linda Carroll Hamilton) .... Wafer ... aka Night Angels
Well it's Sunday morning(for most) and everyone needs a little waking up.
After much research, I am quite sure that Arnold Schwarzenegger was cloned or at least replaced with a look-a-like. This happened after the first Terminator(1984) movie. Let's take a look at how we've been fooled.
The REAL Arnold Schwarzenegger
We must remember that Arnold had been in a relationship with Maria Shriver for several years before he was replaced in 1985. So that means that either Maria had to go along with this(which I doubt) or that she herself was replaced or cloned. You decide, but she looks like a different person to me.
Arnold and Maria clones
Now the REAL Maria Shriver(with the real Arnold). It's quite surprising to look at Maria this way because she looks so different than we are used to seeing her:
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