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December 22, 1989 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-22

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premises at their cores,"
says Reiser. "Tell me," he
adds with a smirk, "Gary
Coleman didn't have one
black relative he could stay
with?" Coleman starred in
"Diff'rent Strokes," a hit
television comedy about two
orphaned black youngsters
adopted by a rich white man.
On "Dads," Reiser's
character, Michael Taylor,
seems tailor-made for
Reiser's rib-tickling ripostes.
Yet, Taylor also seems more
of a starched shirt than the
real off-the-cuff comic who
plays him.
"We're trying to loosen
Michael up. It used to be
he'd wake up in the morning
with his suit and tie already
on" quips Reiser.
Reiser prefers to think of
Taylor as "not uptight, but
less spontaneous" than the
show's other dad, played by
Greg Evigan.
Playing a father — Reiser,
recently married, has no
children in real life
although, he says, he is dad
to a dog — has been an edu-
cation. "The line in the pilot
(first show) that sold me on
the script,"he remembers,
"had me saying, 'When did I
grow my father's finger?"'
In that scene, Taylor, with
pointed finger, hands his
daughter some fatherly ad-
vice.
"I hear a lot of my own
father's rhythm coming out"
in his father-to-daughter
dialogue, says Reiser.
Indeed, Reiser's real-life
relationship with his own
dad seems to come into play
in the "Dad" star's reel life.
Reiser scripted a pilot for a
television series about a
young man with a passion
for writing who winds up
working in his father's of-
fice.
"It was about my fear of
inheriting the family busi-
ness," he says. "And sudden-
ly I thought, what if this
series with its office setting
goes and becomes a hit after
I've spent my whole life not
wanting to work in an of-
fice?"
The pilot didn't fly. But
Reiser has his air time filled
these days dealing with
"Dads."
"It's like doing 22 plays a
year," he says. Ever playful,
Paul Reiser takes note of the
Jewish New Year. Imagine,
5750 already. "I don't know
about you,"says Reiser, "but
I won't be able to stop
writing 5749 on all my
checks." ❑

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