TV Series | | Comedy
Suzanne Sugarbaker of Designing Women (1986) rocks the U.S. Capitol when she takes over her recently-deceased husband's seat in Congress.
Teri Garr walks with a slight limp throughout the series. She had already been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, though this was not publicly known until 2002.
There is no such thing as a little mistake in Washington. It doesn't matter that George Bush was never mystified by a supermarket scanner, or that Bill Clinton's haircut never held up any aiplane. All that matters is that it's repeated over and over...