Garry Marshall’s Laverne & Shirley hit the ground running. One wrinkle: Despite its spicier tone, ”L&S” didn’t tackle the social issues (race relations, nuclear war). Inexplicably, no EXTRAS. Releasing this show – which is already sitting in our collective unconscious (and in syndication) – without outtakes, commentary, audition footage, etc., leaves us with a frustratingly limited view of how a cultural icon looked before anyone even thought of jumping the shark.
Laverne & Shirley: The Complete First SeasonGarry Marshall's Laverne & Shirley hit the ground running. One wrinkle: Despite its spicier tone, ''L&S'' didn't tackle the social issues ...Laverne & Shirley: The Complete First SeasonUnratedGarry Marshall's Laverne & Shirley hit the ground running. One wrinkle: Despite its spicier tone, ''L&S'' didn't tackle the social issues ...2004-08-17
(Laverne & Shirley: Photofest)
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Posted August 17 2004 — 12:00 AM EDT
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