Great Television Shows

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Friday, March 16, 2007

Dharma and Greg

Dharma and Greg : Television Series

“They are two people who fall in love and get married on their first date. They are from different worlds. One from a hippie family the other was from upper class family. How will the marriage work?”

Dharma and Greg Television Series was debuted on the 24th of September 1997 and ended on the 30th of April 2002. The series was created by Dottie Dartland and Chuck Lorre and it has five (5) seasons with 119 episodes. It was set in San Francisco and tackles the life of a couple who grew up with different style of parenting.

Dharma Freedom Finkelstein-Montgomery and Gregory Clifford Montgomery portrayed by Jenna Elfman and Thomas Gibson are husband and wife who get married on their first date. Dharma was raised by hippie parents and was teach by her parents at home and so she has a limited understanding and worked as a yoga instructor. While her husband Greg was raised by upper class family and worked as a lawyer.

They were joined by their family and friends. Katherine and Edward Montgomery portrayed by Susan Sullivan and Mitch Ryan respectively as Greg's parents and Abigail Kathleen and Myron Lawrence Finkelstein portrayed by Mimi Kennedy and Alan Rachins respectively as Dharma's parents. Jane Deaux portrayed by Shae D'Lyn as Dharma's friend and Peter James Cavanaugh portrayed by Joel Murray as Greg's colleague.

They are two different person. One raised by a hippie parents, home schooled and so she only trust her instinct and the other was from an upper class family and finished his studies and became a lawyer. They met and fall in love and get married on their first date. There you'll see how love works. You don't have to be of the same level of everything like others told that “rich will be for rich” and “poor will be for poor”, love doesn't work like that. You will feel it and that will make the two of you perfect for each other even there are things you obviously had that the other did not. In Love there's no perfect person. You love them with no reason. You don't care where they're from come, you just love them as it was how you feel. Love them with respect and understanding.



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