Helmond talks with The Associated Press and says that her role on Who’s the Boss? was originally supposed to be the sister of Angela, not the mother. They decided a mother-daughter duo would be better.
They read a lot of young ladies. But they felt it turned out to be kind of sour grapes. Each sister seemed a little envious of the other.
Helmond talks with The Associated Press, about how she is not quite like her Who’s the Boss? alter ego, Mona Robinson. Helmond is strong and confident and is in a marriage that has lasted 28 years.
In a lot of ways I’m like Mona. I’m not quite as blunt . . . not as wild as she is, but I’m straightforward and willing to take a risk.
Helmond talks with Emmy TV Legends about, what made Who’s the Boss? successful.
I think Who’s the Boss? was very successful because of the disparate characters that made the triangle in it
Helmond talks with Emmy Legends about Danza and how it was like working with him and his work ethics.
Tony Danza is a handfull.
The cast of Who’s the Boss? perform a brief improvised skit of the series on The Tony Danza Show, picking up where the series left off. Danza:
All your questions are about to be answered as we present to you Who’s the Boss? the lost scene. Here’s where we left off 13-years-ago.