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"You take the good, you take the bad, you take 'em both and there you have... The Facts of Life, one of the best-loved and most enduring shows of the 1980's",

"We really turned out to be a good group of people, and I think it's really refreshing to see that in Hollywood that you can have a good story come out of a TV show . . . ", Felice Schachter

Welcome to Liz's Officially Unofficial Facts of Life Site. If you've visited this website before than you might have noticed that the name of the website has changed from Liz's Unofficial Facts of Life Site 2, to it's current name.
The Facts of Life wasn't just one of the most popular shows of the 80's, it was an international phenomenon. Whether you can relate best to Jo, Blair, Tootie, Natalie, or all four of them, everyone has a little bit of Facts of Life in them. Take you time, look around, and sign the guestbook. -Liz-

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Pictured here is Tootie Ramsey (Kim Fields), Blair Warner (Lisa Whelchel), Mrs. Garrett (Charlotte Rae), Jo Polniaczeck (Nancy McKeon), Natalie (Mindy Cohn).

Look! It's Blair and Tootie. Ok... maybe not.



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Last Updated on: January 25, 2004