c/o Paradise Ranch
Barrett owns and operates a sprawling modern-day cattle ranch with the help of
his rebellious 29-year-old prodigal son, Mitch and his spoiled, tomboyish
18-year-old niece, Karen a.k.a. "Keke." Their ranch employees included Oscar
Kalahani, the foreman; Lulu Kalahani the housekeeper; Garfield Kalahani; Kimo
Kalanahi and Anita Kalahani.
(Laverne & Shirley)
730 Knapp Street (basement level)
Shirley works in the Bottle Cap Division at Shotz Brewery with her friend and
roommate, Laverne De Fazio. Their apartment is located 4 blocks from Milwaukee
harbor. Their alternate address is 730 Hampton Street. When the girls move to
California they reside at 113 and 1/2 Laurel Vista Drive in Los Angeles. Their
Spanish-style house in the California episodes actually sits near the corner of
Third Street and Delaware Road in Burbank, California. It's right across the
street from Burbank High School.
FENSTER, Archibald "Archie"
(I'm Dickens...He's Fenster)
366 Brockhurst Avenue
Los Angeles, CA
Archie is a single carpenter-construction worker. He had more women than he
could handle. Called "Lover Boy" by his fellow carpenters, Archie kept a list of
all these eligible women in his famous 300-page six-by-nine inch soft-cover
"little black book" which was coveted by many of his buddies. His married
carpenter buddy, Harry Dickens lives vicariously though Archie’s romantic
FENWICK DIVERSIFIED INDUSTRIES, INC
(The Cara Williams Show)
9601 West Beverly Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA
Frank Bridges is their efficiency expert. Cara Bridges is his secretary & wife.
Old West (late 1800s)
Sally a.k.a. "Dirty Sally" is a crusty old lady traveling West in a wagon pulled
by a mule named Worthless. Cyrus Pike, a young ex-gunfighter reluctantly
accompanied her along the way.
FERNANDEZ, Alejandro & Gabriella
1102 East 33rd Street
New York City, NY (Brooklyn)
Alejandro is a musician. His daughter, Gaby is an amateur sleuth.
c/o Kennedy High School
Carmen "Carm" is a student. She is a fat girl with a warm heart and wants to fit
into the "popular" crowd at school but they resist her attempts at popularity,
especially Nicole Julian, the co-captain of the cheerleaders who uses every
opportunity to humiliate Carmen. Despite the drawbacks, Carmen has tried out for
the cheerleading squad and endeavored to become home coming queen. Her best and
"unpopular" friends included school reporter Samantha McPherson and Lily
Esposito. Carmen also has a hunky older brother named Leo whom all the girls
FEVER, Dr. Johnny
(WKRP in Cincinnati)
c/o WKRP Radio Station
Suite 1412 [Ninth Floor]
Johnny is a morning disk jockey. He is divorced, scruffy, spaced-out and likes
to make "special" brownies. His real name is Johnny Caravella. At his last gig
in California, he got fired for saying "Booger" on the air. Johnny later moved
to Greenwich Village in New York City to write a book on Rock and Roll. When
Moss Steiger, the midnight to 6:00 A.M. disk jockey fell off the roof of the
Flimm Building, Johnny returned to WKRP to fill the vacancy.