centers on twentysomething Kyle (Shively), who comes to Austin to finally convince his old best friend from camp, Kate (Osment), that they are perfect for each other. A lot of guys would give up; Kyle is not one of those guys.But to Kyle’s surprise, even though he came to town looking for “the one,” he might end up with much more than that.A trial date has been set for Margaret Shively, a former Newburgh substitute teacher. Shively is facing charges of strangulation and battery of a person under 14 years old with bodily injury.
That speech, which Julia ends by emphatically saying, "And that, Marjorie, just so you will know, and your children will someday know...the night...lights...out....Georgia! Dixie Carter, a registered Republican, disagreed with many of her character's left-of-center commentaries, and eventually made a deal with the producers that for every speech she gave, Julia would get to sing a song in a future episode.Julia Duffy and Jan Hooks replaced Burke and Smart for season six, but Duffy was not brought back for the seventh and final season, and she was replaced by Judith Ivey.Julia Sugarbaker is introduced as an elegant, outspoken liberal intellectual middle-age widow.Osment’s Kate is a fun, competitive, bright medical student.Kyle may have been in love with her for the past decade or so — but as far as Kate is concerned, he is strictly in the friend zone.
Morgan knows right away that Kyle is angling to win Kate away from her fiancé — and although she understands Kyle’s feelings, she wants to protect Kate from getting hurt.