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Mary Ballard | @
This is my favorite series. The actresses/actors and the characters they portrayed were so real. I wish I could find reruns on someplace, but so far, have had no luck. I truly miss this show. Two favorite episodes - one where Charlene delivered the classic line "OK, where you all from, bitch?" and an episode where Annie Potts had been mugged, and learned self-defense - what empowerment for women. Thank you for a wonderful show.
1 September 2014 - USA

Fox Fine
Designing Women is to Tv Sitcom's as a robust wine is to a connoisseur's palette- rich, filling, delicious and gets better with time. I am thankful to have had been exposed to this show at such a young age, it taught me a lot about life- women's issues,positive Southern portrayal, a wealth of racial barriers crumbling. I felt like the writers and cast of DW stuck up for ALL people. If humanity had a voice, I'd want it to be Julia Sugarbaker's. Thanks for keeping this wonderful website up and running!
28 August 2014

Sid | @
What can one say about one of the most amazing television shows of the 80's except that it would still stand up to everything on TV today. All of the issues that the women were so passionate about then are still relevant today. This was one of the best shows ever. I have all the DVD's now and re-watch them constantly. I always hoped Linda Bloodworth-Thomason would have written a reunion movie before it was too late. In the words of Dash Goff - the writer, "These Southern women. This Suzanne, this Julia, this Mary Jo and Charlene. Thanks for the comfort." .and you too Linda
17 August 2014 - Texas

Jessie Lewis | @
I adore Designing Women! I never tire of watching all the episodes. As a teenager, I watched DW in the late 80s and early 90s. Now as a 40 year old, I still enjoy watching the reruns. My twenty-one year old daughter enjoys the show also. My husband tells me that I am a mix of Suzanne and Julia. Brilliant writing and acting.
1 August 2014 - Hope/Arkansas

Deborah DiPietro | @
Meshach was so funny. Sorry to his family.
24 July 2014 - Hamden, Connecticut

Charlene
I loved this show. My sympathy to Mr. Taylor's family.
23 July 2014 - Blacksburg

Geji McKinney Banks | @
My condolences to the Taylor family. I just found out the news of Meshach's passing. I used to watch Designing Women years ago and was glad to see that he was on the show to give it a little extra. Thats how i came to know of Mr. Taylor. RIP.
14 July 2014 - minneapolis, minnesota

Sunshine and Mally | @
Thank you for great memories made by your show. My daughter and I love the show (reruns) and still laugh and cry at our favorite episodes. You showed class, style and that women are smart and strong - THANK YOU
13 July 2014

Natasha | @
I still can't believe Meshach Taylor has passed. I guess he's fluttering his angel wings with Dixie Carter now. I grew up watching this wonderful show that showed the world that southerners aren't a bunch of guffaws but intelligent and funny people and I hope to grow old watching the reruns. Rest easy, Meshach (Anthony). You were loved.
4 July 2014 - Raleigh, North Carolina

Suzy
I always held out hope for a reunion show. Now, not so much. Rest in peace Meshach Taylor. Thank you for the laughs.
30 June 2014 - Mobile, Alabama

Diane | @
Love this show still!! Watch it whenever I can find it on still laughing like it's the first time Julia, Suzanne, Mary Jo and Charlene of don't forget Anthony and Bernice have lifted my spirits many days thank you for years of laughter! !
29 June 2014 - Tuscaloosa, al

sherry morales eason | @
It saddens me to hear that that our beloved Anthony / Meshach Taylor has gone to his heavenly reward.
June 28th 2014. He's up there with our Dixie now.
29 June 2014

Lisa Weiner | @
To Meshach Taylor, You were a very talented actor. I enjoyed watching you on the sitcom Designing Women. My prayers go to your family and friends. Lisa Weiner
29 June 2014 - Brooklyn, NY

Brian Doty | @
This is my favorite TV show of all time. I still watch it everyday.
15 June 2014 - Louisville, Ky.

Rae Anne Leimbach | @
I miss this show so much! Sass, innocence, and beauty!
8 June 2014 - Summerville, SC

Patricia N. | @
THRILLED to find this on TV - best thing to watch. Hope it keeps on the air. Laughed so hard I could barely stay in my chair!!!
5 June 2014 - Mesquite, Texas

Gail Mahnke | @
This was and is my favorite tv show of all times!! I even named my girls 8 ball pool team " Designing Women ", because of my love for the show.
11 May 2014 - Battle Creek, Michigan

Brian Donnelly | @
As a young, female improviser and comedian in Boston, I hear a lot of people debate whether women can be funny or not. As far as I'm concerned, any uncertainty was put to rest in September of 1986 when Designing Women first hit the air. As much as I love Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, Dixie Carter and Delta Burke were the pioneering women of comedy. Every time I get on stage, I do my best to channel Julia by speaking my mind and being honest. If a male improviser tries to steamroll me or ask me to "make a sandwich," I come back with some of that trademark Julia sass (of course while still accepting the offer and yes&ing!). If any of you DW heads are ever in Boston, swing by ImprovBoston on a Thursday night at 7:30 to check out my improvised tribute to the show, "D-Dubs"!!! Bri Bri
12 March 2014 - Cambridge, MA

MortensOrchid | @
This was one of the all time greatest shows in TV history! Hard to believe it's been so long since it was last on the air and that Alice Ghostly and Dixie Carter are no longer with us. It's still one of the most witty, clever and brash of all sitcoms on their adventures, especially the ones with Bernice. It will live on in our hearts forever, thanks for all the yucks.
13 February 2014 - Cleveland, OH

Dustin Adams | @
I absolutely adore this show and am so happy to have found this website! One of the best written and acted shows ever! Some of the storylines were so powerful!!!
12 February 2014 - Atlanta, GA

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