The 1977 piece above tells us that Suzanne's soon-to-be-husband Alan Hamel is Canadian. Intersting that yet another Canadian (i.e. Canada/British intelligence) connection comes up again in the CIAlebrity imposters phenomena.
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She has not been replaced. She is a normal (for Hollywood/LA) mom who loves her son & grandchildren very much and was very present in his life and is in their lives. They are Hollywood/LA/Malibu certainly, but nothing out of the ordinary, trust me.
Interesting that there's a GEORGE LUCAS connection to both Suzanne Somers/Fuzanne Fomers and Carrie Fischer.
George Lucas has worked closely with the Pentagon (they even named their "Star Wars" after his!) and CIA since his days as a flim student making the short film that became the Hollywood production THX-1138, with the US Navy (which involves humanoid robots by he way in a nightmarish dystopian future society). "11/38" could also be taken as code for November 1938, the starting month of "9-11' Nov.9 Krystallnacht pogroms week and the beginning of the Nazi Holocaust exterminations.
George Lucas is known to be anti-Semitic and racist and this showed through greatly in his new-style 2002 Star Wars sequel Star Wars Episode "11": Attack of the Clones which had aliens grossly anti-Semitic and racist charicatures (the "Fly"-creature Jewish slavetrader, the "Black" "jar-jar binks" the East Asian "nemoidians" etc.) George Lucas is just total scum.
George Lucas debuted Suzanne Somers in a small part in his 1973 American Graffitti.
George Lucas gave Carrie Fisher (or Farrie?) her first big role in Star Wars, Carrie Fisher's only movie or TV role at all up till then (1977) had been at age 19 in her two-scene small part in 1975's Shampoo as the wealthy daughter "Wanna f**k?" girl.
Suzanne Somers had no movie roles other than the one in George Lucas' 1973 movie up to the time she got her big break in 1977's Three's Company.
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Not about SUZANNE, but related somehow to her. Her co-star from 3 IS COMPANY, JOYCE DE WITT was arrested yesterday for DUI....
Hmm this thread goes up and a few days later Joyce De Witt goes DWI driving.... big shout out to all you Hollywood celebrity readers of this forum!
Posted on Tuesday, 07.07.09 Recommend (0)share email print comment reprint CELEBRITY ROUNDUP 'Three's Company' star Joyce DeWitt busted
Photos Three's Company star Joyce DeWitt had a little too much fun on July 4 -- the 60-year-old actress got popped on suspicion of DUI, TMZ reports.
El Segundo, Calif., cops told the website the dinner-theater regular drove past a barricade Saturday. When she was pulled over, an officer smelled booze. DeWitt got arrested, then posted $5,000 bail.
Dane Cook's half-brother has been indicted on additional charges he stole more than $11 million from the comedian. Darryl McCauley, 43, allegedly wrote company checks to himself and transferred funds into his personal bank accounts while being serving as business manager for Cook's company, Great Dane Enterprises.
McCauley's wife, Erika, also has pleaded not guilty to charges that she helped her husband steal millions from the Employee of the Month star.
Who knew Cook made so much dough?
One of the child stars from Slumdog Millionaire will move from his shanty home in one of Mumbai's more wretched slums into a $50,000 apartment next week. Azharuddin Mohammed Ismail played the young Salim in the Oscar-winning hit that grossed over $350 million worldwide.
Both Azhar and his co-star Rubina Ali lost their homes in May after civic authorities demolished parts of the slum where they lived. Filmmakers bought Azhar a 250-square foot, one-bedroom apartment close to his school.
American Idol judge Kara DioGuardi wed her contractor boyfriend, Mike McCuddy, Sunday in Maine. But her colleagues weren't invited -- they're too Hollywood.
''I can't really see Simon Cowell landing in [the little seaside town of] Prospect Harbor,'' the bride told UsWeekly before the nuptials. ``I don't think that would happen.''
Is Chris Brown romancing Kanye West's gal? If so, this could get ugly. Really.
Susan Powter-esque model Amber Rose, who showed up on West's arm at the BET Awards, was spotted getting friendly with Brown at the White Party [!] thrown by Ashton Kutcher and Sean Combs in Beverly Hills over the weekend.
If this rumor is true, we're sure we'll hear ALL ABOUT IT on West's blog.
Brown is supposedly dating a Rihanna lookalike Teyana Taylor, a singer.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful: 5.0 out of 5 stars "Shiver with difficulty and make us fall...", June 10, 2006 By Apugh Balshazar (NYNY) - See all my reviews
There are so many priceless jewels here that I could never single one of them out for special praise. So let me instead offer one of Suzanne's lesser yet still beautiful efforts. If you are ravished by that, just imagine the even greater treasures in store for you within the covers of this slender volume. This one is called "The Lower Parts":
And do I know exactly why it starts Slow, and have I those things which live towards the bottom, In the lower parts Of my heart? For the hardest meeting Is when it comes around but the manner is not right You take me there and then this one you draw aside Pretend you are distant Exactly, do not worry. But if I appreciate you with any heart In the lower parts You're this one there Do not have a need to worry when it's going to get hard. And if you cannot remain the baby This one time you will be all right. You bellow and burn and Your manner by the length the night you untie, And the resurgence itself with the light That this one extends towards the bottom In the lower parts. Shiver with difficulty and make us fall Why it's you who begins the slow call When you have those things which live towards the bottom, In the lower parts Of my heart.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Time To Reflect, June 4, 2009 By Anne K. Foor (San Jose, CA) - See all my reviews (REAL NAME)
I first read this book over 10 yrs. ago and it "disappeared" with time; so I was delighted to find it again. I enjoyed reading Suzanne's poems back then and since I have matured, I find I enjoy reading them even more this time around. Her poems are about love - all kinds, and all stages, beginning and ending. I find it very true and thought provoking. Comment Comment | Permalink | Was this review helpful to you? Yes No (Report this)
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beatlies, what is the publishing date of her book? I thought it was published after 1978 for some reason.
1973, pre-replaCIAment, the real Suzanne Somers was the author.
WRITINGS Television Music Series Theme song, The Jenny McCarthy Show, MTV, 1997
Books Touch Me Again (poetry), Workman Publishing (New York City), 1973 Keeping Secrets (autobiography), Warner Books (New York City), 1988 Wednesday's Children: Adult Survivors of Abuse Speak Out (interviews), Putnam (New York City), 1992 Suzanne Somers' Eat Great, Lose Weight, Crown (New York City),1997 After the Fall: How I Picked Myself Up, Dusted Myself Off, and StartedAll Over Again (autobiography), Crown, 1998 Suzanne Somers' Get Skinny on Fabulous Food, Crown, 1999 Suzanne Somers' 365 Ways to Change Your Life, Crown, 1999 Eat, Cheat, and Melt the Fat Away, Crown, 2001 Also author of Some People Live More Than Others.
Possible answer I suspect: Fuzanne Fomers left the show the year that it went into syndication, meaning re-runs for the first time, and subsequent broadcasts of the show every night in towns across the USA, Canada and the world. So for the first time one could come home at night and see the contrast between the new plasti-Fuzanne and the old, real Suzanne Somers in the weekly new episode airing near the time of day of the re-run old episode, with the real Suzanne. Potentially causing many usually-sheeple citizens to ask "what the hell is going on here?" after rousing them to a state of head-scratching confusion.
Replacing Fuzanne on the new once-a-week aired broadcasts removes that potential mask-slipping danger, hence the mid-season exit of Fuzanne and new Chrissy played by an overtly different actress, Jenilee Harrison, then soon Priscilla Barnes.
From an amazon.com Three's Company reader review:
"Season five of Three's Company while remains consistantly funny, it is also the year that is known as the last season that Suzanne Somers appeared in, and then, in only two full episodes.
In year five, Three's Company was sold into syndication making a ton of money for the producers, and its three stars in terms of residuals if Somers and her husband had looked in the long term; but Somers and her husband tried to re-negotiate while the show was in full production for more money. Somers started to miss work, conveniently blaming it on a back injury she sustained. So entered Cindy Snow, played by Jennilee Harrison."
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