Skip to comments.'One Day at a Time' actress Bonnie Franklin dies
Posted on 03/02/2013 9:59:35 AM PST by Morgana
(CNN) -- Actress Bonnie Franklin, a Tony Award nominee who played a single mom at the center of the hit TV sitcom "One Day at a Time," died Friday of complications from pancreatic cancer.
Franklin was 69.
The woman who played the youngest daughter of Franklin's character on the CBS show, Valerie Bertinelli, said her "heart is breaking" after hearing the news.
"Bonnie has always been one of the most important women in my life and was a second mother to me," Bertinelli said. "She taught me how to navigate this business and life itself with grace and humor, and to always be true to yourself.
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It’s a shame...RIP.
I’ve been looking for that b’tard Ed Asner to die, but he keeps on chugging.
I’ve been waiting for Soros, Flynt, and some other big libs to float away.
Asner is an old fool, but I don’t wish death on him. Only other sheep pay attention to his bleatings. Intelligent people ignore him.
I guess that’s okay, too. But he’s still makes a living being a Democrat liberal asswipe. And I don’t feel guilty about wanting him to meet his maker.
Prayers up... RIP
No. Interest. Whatsoever.
Now some might argue that my sitting in front of a computer screen is the same thing but I argue back that using a personal computer is a "lean forward" activity that engages the mind as opposed to a "lean back" activity that encourages sloth and inordinate consumption of potato/corn chips, popcorn and cheese doodles.
While some of you are going to the bathroom now to wash the cheese stains off your fingers, allow me to state that I am a Gold member of the Marriott Rewards program and while I stay in hotels 50-75 nights a year, I have never, ever, once turned on the television set in any of the Marriott hotel rooms that I have stayed in.
I do have Netflix on my laptop however and I might on occasion watch a movie, a documentary or perhaps an episode or two of what passes for good television but I do not get the loud commercials and never watch anything with a canned laugh track.
Uh, yes, it would be crude.
OK, thanks. I will not post it then.
It was a horrible show intended to tear down America, as most of Lear’s shows were. We now live in the dumbed-down, liberal-loving America it helped create. Lear’s chickens now roost all over America...
Funny I missed that part. I always saw it as a single woman raising her daughters while being sexually harassed by the buildings maintenance man. Snieder was creepy and they made his stalking funny.
The problem is that the bleating sheep far outnumber the intelligent people.
Franklin’s show was on so many years ago; and we thought it funny at the time. - Good for you on the “intellectual superiority” thing; my SIL shares the same sort of mindset. I’d like to buy her for what she’s worth and sell her for what she THINKS she’s worth. - After almost 50 yrs.; I’m thankful we don’t live near her, and I guess she feels pretty much the same way.