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Wings - The Complete Third Season

Wings - The Complete Third Season

Director: Andy Ackerman, Peri Gilpin, Tim Daly, Brian Doyle-Murray

Cast: Andy Ackerman, Peri Gilpin, Tim Daly, Brian Doyle-Murray


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Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
This NBC sitcom about two brothers running a ramshackle airline on Nantucket Island picked up steam in its second year and ended its sophomore season with a bona fide cliffhanger: Airport lunch-counter owner Helen Chappel (Crystal Bernard) breaks up with her boyfriend, Joe Hackett (series star Tim Daly), and leaves for New York. Season 3 (1991-92) opens in the aftermath of that dramatic departure, but as one might guess, Helen returns to the island -- and, eventually, the lunch counter. Her relationship with Joe isn't the same; but that’s all in keeping with the M.O. of series creators David Angell, Peter Casey, and David Lee, the ensemble-chemistry whizzes behind Cheers and Frasier. Although few rank Wings in the same class as those landmark series, the show often hits its comedic marks with the best of them. It also welcomes Tony Shalhoub as a full-time cast-member in this run, as cabdriver Antonio Scarpacci. Highlights in this 22-episode run include: "Planes, Trains, and Visiting Cranes," which boasts crossover appearances by Cheers cast members Kelsey Grammer and Bebe Neuwirth (playing Dr. Frasier Crane and wife Lilith); "Das Plane," a hysterical half hour spotlighting William Hickey as crusty old Carlton Blanchard, a recurring character used to good advantage; and "The Bogey Men," in which Joe, brother Brian (Steven Weber), their mechanic Lowell Mather (Thomas Haden Church), and competitor Roy Biggins (David Schramm) try to enjoy a brief golfing vacation, only to find themselves caught in a tropical storm. Other notable outings in Season 3 include "My Brother’s Keeper," featuring and Emmy-nominated guest turn (as Tim’s sister) by Tyne Daly.

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Peri Gilpin Barbara #242
Tim Daly Actor
Brian Doyle-Murray Coach Snyder
Cameron Watson Jeffrey #16
Granville Ames Mr. Hackett
Gretchen German Gail
Kelsey Grammer Dr. Frasier Crane
Laura Fabian Teresa
Oliver North Himself
Ronald Guttman Peter Swinden
Steven Weber Actor
Susan Tyrell Sconset Sal
Thomas C. Ryan Agent Fulham
Tony Maggio Robber
Tony Shalhoub Antonio,Actor
Tyne Daly Mimsy Borogroves
William Hickey Carlton Blanchard
Bebe Neuwirth Dr. Lilith Sternin-Crane
Carl Eidel Man
Concetta Tomei Sylvia
Crystal Bernard Actress
David Haywood Farmer
F. William Parker Ed
Jim Tavare Himself
Jonathan Palmer Priest
Kevin Brief Customer,Passenger,Passenger #1
Laura Innes Bunny Mather
Laura Leigh Hughes Sharon #325
Lesley Woods Moderator
Lisa Howard Rachel
Matthew Fox Ty Warner
Phyllis Applegate Judge
Teri Ralston Sister Ann
Valri Jackson Mrs.Hackett
Adrian Arnold Little Joe
Angela Patton Sandy
Brian Donovan Skip
Chuck Bailey Passenger
Eric Allan Kramer Biker
Eric Christmas Liam McDougall
Gene Knight Butler
Jerry Bernard Bank Customer #1
Johnny Valentine Justice
Kaye Kittrell Stewardess
Peter Trencher Hari Krishna #1
Rebecca Schull Actress
Roberto Gentili Doorman
Tom Klunis Mr. Larson
Tom McCleister Fisherman
Charles Dugan Harry
Christopher Moore Man #1
David Keith Alexander Passenger #2
Heather Lee Monica #187
Hugh B. Holub Hari Krishna #2
Jim Hudson Bank Customer #2
John Pappas Customer
Kate Benton Female Passenger
Mark Davenport Mr. Hyson
Michael McNab Secret Service Man
Raymond Turner Soldier
Ron James Tommy Morocco
Spencer Vrooman Little Brian
Thomas Haden Church Actor
Angela Paton Sandy
David Schramm Actor
Edwin Newman Himself
Glenn Casale Male Passenger
Gregory White Man #2
Jay Bell Lars
Moria Turner Woman
Ron Gary Lee Emcee
Valentino Little Helen

Technical Credits
Andy Ackerman Director

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