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Women in Film

When Congress does a hearing on the dangers of violence towards women in television and film, the women find themselves watching hour after hour of movies like ""Boxing Helena"", ""Nine 1/2 Weeks"", etc. Natty tries a new haircut--which when it ends up looking more inflated than Suzanne's, makes her weep hysterically since she has an upcoming conjugal visit with her imprisoned lover. Then the four women are accused of sexually harassing the men that they are reviewing the films with. During the congressional hearing, Suzanne encourages the moviemakers to get together and make a final blowout movie that she called ""Stab Me, Rape Me, Kill Me, Eat Me."" With the help of a bevy of female celebrities, they try to make the movie-makers see that films can be made without depicting violent situations toward women.

  • Originally Aired September 8, 1995
  • Runtime 25 minutes
  • Production Code 111
  • Network CBS
  • Notes Is the series finale
  • Created February 13, 2018 by
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Name Type Role
Linda Bloodworth-Thomason Writer
Brett Butler Guest Star
Michael Delon Guest Star
Jason Grant Smith Guest Star
Elizabeth Ashley Guest Star
Marilyn McCoo Guest Star
Marilyn Chambers Guest Star
Deidre Hall Guest Star
Tony Carreiro Guest Star
Roseanne Guest Star
Rita Moreno Guest Star
Shirley Jones Guest Star
Jonathan Terry Guest Star
David Starwalt Guest Star
Stefanie Powers Guest Star
Loni Anderson Guest Star
John Petlock Guest Star
Rick Hamilton Guest Star
Douglas Sills Guest Star
Harry Thomason Director