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thirtysomething actresses talk about being fiftysomething

by Meredith O'Brien, posted Jun 5th 2007 8:06AM

thirtysomething actressesDespite the pleadings of many fans, DVDs of the 20-year-old Emmy-winning dramatic series thirtysomething have yet to be (officially) released.

While fans (like yours truly) patiently wait for thirtysomething DVDs to go on sale, the four actresses who starred in the yuppie-focused show spoke with People magazine about being in their 50s, about cosmetic surgery, about the fact that they're spokeswomen for an arthritis prevention campaign (Arthritis? It has been a long time!) and about their love lives.

As to whether there are any plans for a thirtysomething TV reunion, Polly Draper, who played Ellyn Warren, said, "Melanie [Mayron who played Melissa Steadman] wants to do a talk show."

Patricia Wettig, who played Nancy Weston and is now starring in Brothers & Sisters, said, "Yeah, all four of us like to talk. A lot."

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I was diagnosed with arthritis when I was 19, so you don't technically need to be old to have it (cue the "The More You Know..." graphic).

June 05 2007 at 9:50 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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