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After Michael Piller arrived to take on the writing staff in the third seasonnumerous other undeveloped tales were offered to the series by Bronson and Sackett. StarburstSpecial 29, p.
Hurley recalled the premise: Chaos on the Bridge Robert L. McCullough was another writer who pitched some never-developed story ideas for the series. McCullough also implied that he pitched these concepts to Gene Roddenberry. Starlogissuep. Voyager and Star Trek: They were all rejected, which Sussman laughed about decades later. Nowadays, he no longer has either of the three scripts and regards them as "terrible.
Some stories had to be abandoned because the writing staff couldn't figure out how to make them work.
Moore archived the stories that were never produced, whose quantity wowed Brannon Braga. But they filled, like, a three-ring binder; each season was filled with stories that we didn't get to. Some were pitches, some were internally developed, some never made it past just the one-page memo.
But there are dozens, if not hundreds, of stories that we didn't do. Moore wanted Worf and Deanna Troi to, at one point in the series run, be married to each other.
Though that ultimately didn't happen, Moore revisited the notion while writing DS9: Deep Space Nine Companionp.
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Riker in the film Star Trek Nemesis. Another character concept that was repeatedly considered for TNG but never used in the series was a mischievous son of Guinan. Although Chester later falls in love with Eunice's friend Annie, and marries her, he still loves Jessica enough to duel for her honor.
Billy Tate Jimmy Baio —The youngest child and only son of Jessica and Chester according to Benson, "the only one in this family worth a damn". He gets caught up in a cult, the Sunnies, from which Benson has to rescue himand later has an affair with his high school teacher, Leslie Walker. He later becomes a general in El Puerco's revolutionary army after rescuing him and Jessica from being lost in the ocean, learning Spanish and becoming very devoted to the revolutionaries' anti-Communist cause, though his family members do not take this seriously.
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It is later revealed that she is adopted and is really the daughter of Jessica and Mary's long-lost brother Randolph Gatling Bernard Fox and family maid Ingrid Svenson.
After a disastrous affair with Peter Campbell, Corinne marries ex-priest Tim Flotsky and gives birth to a baby named Timmy who turns out to be demon-possessed due to Tim's outraged mother, Flo, cursing the marriage.Sam's Leaping! - Quantum Leap
She later has an affair with Dutch Leitner and then leaves Dunn's River for California to raise Timmy, after Dutch leaves her to get back together with Eunice. Father of Timmy, who was possessed by a demon due to Timothy's possessive unhinged mother Doris Roberts 's cursing of her son's marriage. A spoiled social climber, Eunice dates a married congressman in Season 1 and then falls in love with convicted murderer Dutch Leitner and ultimately marries him.
She also enjoys wearing garter belts. She is looked down upon by Benson, who only speaks to her to zing or insult her, for much of Season 1, although he does begin to talk to her before he leaves the Tates' employ. Dutch Leitner Donnelly Rhodes —An escaped dim-witted, good-hearted, emotionally sensitive convict who hides-out with the Tates after helping Chester break out of prison.
He falls in love with, and eventually marries Chester's daughter, Eunice, after being involved with Chester's other daughter, Corinne. Though coarse in his manners, Dutch is grateful for the Tates' acceptance and is genuinely devoted to the family, even while struggling to choose between Eunice and Corinne.
The Major Arthur Peterson Jr. He often refers to Chester as "Colonel".
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The Major is always in uniform and often irritates Benson and Saunders with his obliviously racist remarks. Down-to-earth, sensual and much brighter than her sister, she provides a comic foil to her sister's spaced-out antics. At the start of the series she is married to her second husband, building contractor Burt Campbell. Her first husband, Johnny Dallas, was a mobster who, unbeknownst to Mary, was killed by Burt in self-defense.
Eventually, she has a baby with "alien" Burt and by the series' end has slowly become an alcoholic, as no one else besides Chuck and Bob sees the baby manifesting alien-esque qualities, such as being able to fly. In contrast to Chester, Burt is a loving family man who has a strong marriage with Mary. Burt is a high-strung building contractor who later becomes sheriff and is under consideration for a run as lieutenant governor.
In Season 1, Burt suffers from mental illness due to the murder of his son Peter and his guilt over accidentally killing Mary's first husband. For a time, he believes he can make himself invisible by snapping his fingers. He is also abducted by aliens and replaced with X, an alien Burt lookalike also played by Mulligan. Only Mary and Jodie know that Burt's abduction was real. At the end of Season 3, Burt becomes sheriff and gets increasingly involved in politics, leading him to ignore his family and putting his marriage at risk.
Mulligan is one of the two actors to appear in every episode of the series, with Katherine Helmond Jessica being the other. A ventriloquist, he is always accompanied by Bob, his dummy and alter ego.
The pair dress alike and are always referred to as "Chuck and Bob". While Chuck is mild-mannered, introverted, and polite, Bob is aggressive, rude and abrasive. All of the main characters with the exception of Benson and Saunders find themselves conversing with or referring to Bob as a real person, even in the face of fierce determination not to.
Also, the dummy was often threatened with or has been the target of physical violence by nearly everyone, due to its obnoxiousness. Sweet-natured, good-looking but not particularly bright, he is a low-level gangster due to his late father's membership, not due to any aptitude or desire of his own.
He is given the task of killing his stepfather, Burt, but can't bring himself to do so, and as a result spends most of Season 1 on the run, popping up in ludicrous disguises. It is widely assumed that he is the son of Mary's first husband Johnny Dallas but in later episodes it is revealed that his real father is Chester Tate: Danny is very protective of his younger half-brother Jodie, but is initially in denial about Jodie's homosexuality.
Danny is forced to marry Elaine, the mob boss's daughter, to save his own life.
He eventually falls in love with her before she was later kidnapped and fatally shot. Danny later gets involved in a series of failed relationships, including a girlfriend of one of Elaine's kidnappers, Milliean African-American woman Polly Dawsona prostitute Gwenand Chester's new wife Annie. When Chester finds them[ clarification needed ] in bed together, he plans to shoot them both this was a series cliffhanger.
An openly gay man, he shares his mother's common sense and pleasant temperament.
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He is first dating a closeted football player but later fathers a daughter Wendy with Carol, an attorney who seduces him after meeting at his Aunt Jessica's murder trial. After Carol runs off to join the rodeo, Wendy is left with Jodie, triggering a custody battle and a kidnapping. The series ends with Jodie believing himself to be an old Jewish man, Julius Kassendorf, due to a failed hypnotherapy session. Peter Campbell Robert Urich —Burt Campbell's sleazy tennis pro son by his first marriage, is carrying on affairs with both Jessica and Corinne, as well as numerous other women around town, including actress Nita Talbot's character, Sheila Fine.
His murder in Season 1 leads to the first-season cliffhanger: He is frequently the target of the Major's racist quips, but Benson has a soft spot for Jessica, Corinne, and most notably Billy. He completely ignores Eunice while she is secretly dating the Congressman, but this changes after Season 1. InBenson leaves to be the head of household affairs for Jessica's cousin, Governor Eugene Gatling, in the spin-off, Bensonwherein he is later revealed to have the last name of DuBois.
Benson makes a brief re-appearance when Jessica is diagnosed with a fatal disease. Announcer Rod Roddy Originally slated to be Casey Kasemwho left after the pilot episode due to the show's content Recurring characters Barney Gerber Harold Gould —elderly hospital patient who shares a room with Jodie in Season 1, and whose story gives Jodie the inspiration to continue living after a suicide attempt. Detective Donahue John Byner —hired by Jessica to find the missing amnesiac Chester in Season 2, he falls for Jessica, forcing her to choose between the two when Chester returns home.
Dennis Phillips Bob Seagren —A quarterback who is dating Jodie secretly in Season 1 and more openly in early Season 2 after the failure of his sham marriage.