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  • As I've learned, the political theme shows on Whoopi are the best, and this fits right in with that statement

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      From April 2004, Scott Bryce returns as Stan the Republican in Whoopi: Strange Bedfellows. This is Bryce’s second appearance on the half hour, NBC comedy that stars Whoopi Goldberg as Mavis Rae, the owner of Hotel Lamont. The half-hour show centers around two different plots.

      First, there is the bit with Nasim the handyman and

      Jadwiga the maid. These two are regulars who have been calling each other names for the entire series. In this show, Nasim gets a date and everyone is shocked by how much the woman looks like Jadwiga. You can probably guess where this leads. After a date or two, Nasim realizes he ...

      • likes Jadwiga. They end up having another sparring round that leads to a climatic close at the end of this story element.

        Second, Stan is working with Courtney, Mavis’ brother who is a Republican and works with Stan, asks Rita to go to Florida to help win over the young Republican vote. Courtney is okay

        with it at first. Then Mavis points out the obvious, and that leads to a good one-two punch that wraps up this part of the story.

        As I’ve learned, the political theme shows on Whoopi are the best, and this fits right in with that statement. Bryce really adds something positive with his presence as well.

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