Pat Crawford Brown was a resident of the Motion Picture & Television Country House and Hospital in Woodland Hills, CA where she died on July 2, 2019 at the age of 90. Selected filmography [ edit ] The Twilight Zone (1986, TV Series) as Mrs. Finnegan (segment "The Little People of Killany Woods")
Pat Crawford Brown. 95 likes. Pat is an American actress known for her many Movie and TV appearances such as Sister Act 1 and 2, Elvira, Mistress of the Dark and many others. She also has done some...
Jul 02, 2019 · Pat Crawford Brown was the daughter of NY district Judge Thomas J. Crawford and wife Charlotte., and in 1961 married husband Calvin Burdell Brown, who passed away in 1976. The union produced a daughter Charlotte (named after her maternal grandmother).
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Pat Crawford Brown was the American actress who portrayed the "Wig Lady" in "Doublemeat Palace". She appeared on numerous other television shows, including Desperate Housewives for four seasons.
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Field Trip is the eleventh episode of the second season. 1 Plot 2 Starring 3 Guest Stars 4 Trivia On a school field trip, a cool teacher loses his temper with the twins and gives them detention; Roger's crush leads him to thievery- and soon infamy. When the museum's love statue ends up with Roger, women suddenly find him irresistible. Meanwhile, Lisa and Terrance begin fighting once she ...
The year was 1947. Introduced by Nat King Cole, Victor Harris teamed up with Fred Waugh, who became his life long business partner. They put together numerous recording sessions for years.
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Buffy thinks she smells something rotten after she takes a job at a fast-food restaurant that soon has her wondering about the "secret ingredient" in the burgers. Hurting for cash, the Slayer takes a job at Doublemeat Palace, where her fellow employees don't respond well to her sense of humor. "Levity is a time thief that picks the pocket of the company," explains one co-worker. But it's Buffy's growing concern that something demonic might be going on that really turns her stomach. Also, Anya's old friend Halfrek pays an unexpected visit and questions whether Xander is the right man for her; and Willow tries her best to stay away from magic.
Willow updates Xander and Anya about the Trio, explaining that the three seem to have disappeared and moved from their basement lair. Anya chimes in with supportive statements about working hard for money and the importance of working in America just before Buffy appears, wearing a uniform for her new job. Later, Buffy is introduced to the world of fast food with the help of a unique and graphic video about her new place of work, the Doublemeat Palace. Her boss, Manny, introduces Buffy to her unenthusiastic coworkers and walks her through the area behind the counter, clearly identifying off-limit locations. Buffy is offered the Doublemeat Medley, a burger consisting of typical ingredients and layers of meat and chicken, and Manny requires that she eat it. She reluctantly takes a bite, then questions what the secret ingredient in the meat is, but gets no clear answer. Buffy watches as a coworker, Gary, waits on a woman wearing a wig who is a regular at the Palace. After his demonstra...When Xander remarks that he hears Anya's "go money go" rant on money and efficiency daily, Willow responds that he will for the rest of his life. Xander's face shows dread, another example of fores...Buffy mentions her experience as a waitress in LA, from episode "Anne".Dawn and Xander discuss Buffy being unable to be nicely employed for all her life, and Xander suggests Dawn to be the one with a nice job. At the end of the series, Buffy graduates police academy (...In episode "Entropy", Willow will describe the Wig Lady's true appearance as "Well, let's put it this way, if I wasn't gay before..."
1. Timothy Blane 2. Emily (Only mentioned) 3. Halfrek 4. Alexander Harris 5. Gina Havers 6. Anya Jenkins 7. Amy Madison 8. Manny Rocha 9. Willow Rosenberg 10. Lorraine Ross 11. Spike 12. Buffy Summers 13. Dawn Summers 14. Gary Tilson 15. Phillip Todd 16. Wig Lady
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1. Key 2. Scooby Gang 3. Slayer 4. Witch
1. Demon 1.1. Vengeance demon 2. Human 3. VampireGary, eaten by the Wig Lady.Manny, eaten by the Wig Lady.The Wig Lady, lamprey decapitated with a large knife and chopped in the meat grinder by Willow.
1. Joss Whedonrevealed that the portrayal of the fast food industry with the Doublemeat Palace caused sponsors to threaten to pull support: "The only thing that we've ever actually been stopped or asked to stop doing was the fast food run. When Buffy worked at the fast food joint it made the advertisers very twitchy. So apparently the most controversial thing we ever had on Buffy was a hamburger and chicken sandwich." 2. Buffy screaming "It's people! It's people!" at the customers is an homag...
1. Xander's line was cut due to length: 1. Xander:"We were all going to yell 'good luck on the new job', but we don't have that kind of timing that kind of thing requires." 1. Dawn's line was also cut due to length: 1. Dawn:"So much suspense. It's like taking a pregnancy test... when they do that in pregnancy test commercials."
Pop culture references
1. Buffy compares the Doublemeat Palace training video with romantic comedy film Sleepless in Seattle (1993), mentioning its main actors Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan.