Clueless (1996–1999)
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To Party or Not to Party 

Cher transfers into drama class and is immediately in love with a boy, who is also new to the class. But a date with him will see her out after her curfew. What is she going to do?

Director:

John Fortenberry

Writers:

Amy Heckerling (created by), Amy Heckerling (based on the motion picture "Clueless" written by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Rachel Blanchard ... Cher Horowitz
Stacey Dash ... Dionne 'Dee' Davenport
Donald Faison ... Murray (as Donald Adeosun Faison)
Elisa Donovan ... Amber Mariens
David Lascher ... Josh (credit only)
Twink Caplan ... Miss Geist (credit only)
Michael Lerner ... Mel Horowitz
Wallace Shawn ... Mr. Hall (credit only)
Julie Brown ... Olivia Crawford
Christopher Daniel Barnes ... Donal Miller
Sean Holland ... Sean Holiday
Nicole Bilderback ... Girl
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Storyline

Cher transfers into drama class and is immediately in love with a boy, who is also new to the class. But a date with him will see her out after her curfew. What is she going to do?

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Genres:

Comedy

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 September 1996 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Co-producer Julie Brown, an alumni from the original Clueless (1995) (as Ms. Stoeger), appears as drama teacher Olivia Crawford. See more »

Quotes

Olivia Crawford: [drama teacher to newcomer in class] Cher, do you have any theatrical experience?
Cher Horowitz: Well, I saw Cats three times.
Olivia Crawford: No, darling, have you done any stage acting?
Cher Horowitz: Oh, I was Glinda in Wizard of Oz once.
Olivia Crawford: Oh, and when were you in this production?
Cher Horowitz: Uhm, in Girl Scouts.
[derisive laughter]
Olivia Crawford: People, please, even Kenneth Branagh had to start somewhere.
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Connections

Featured in ABC TGIF: Episode #8.1 (1996) See more »

Soundtracks

Ordinary Girl
(Theme Song)
Written by Charlotte Caffey and Anna Waronker
Performed by China Forbes
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doesn't have the magic of the original, but still likable

The big problem with this series is that Rachel Blanchard will forever be in the shadow of Alicia Silverstone. Deservedly or undeservedly. It doesn't matter. We've seen what could be done. And even though Alicia's whole performance was more of a fluke (well, she's just like Sarah Michelle Gellar, not really that wonderful in anything but her main claim to fame), we the fans are just clamoring for more of that Silverstone magic and nothing else will do.

Rachel, compared to the original, doesn't inhabit the Cher zone the way Alicia did. She goes through the lines, there's no Silverstone magic, she's pretty enough, but...

The rest of the main cast, Stacey Dash and Elisha Donovan, also disappoint, the latter especially. Looks old enough to be one of the teachers, rather.

Everything is just lackluster by comparison.

After everything I just said, I still consider the show to be way better than the vast majority of stuff out there. Has winsome appeal. If it's rainbow hadn't been stolen by the forerunner, I would have been unreservedly positive. Back then, everybody there just needed a class in updating their cute appeal. Maybe a marathon CLUELESS session?

A tough act to follow.

This one needed a makeover. Just a little touch here, a little touch there...


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