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This was due primarily to concerns by the network that a marriage, representing a definitive ending, could hurt syndication.
Tony Danza also vehemently opposed the marriage, saying it would contradict the original purpose of the show.
During the final season, Samantha finds a new love in Hank Thomopoulous Curnal Achilles Aulisio , who became a full-time character in January A fellow college student, Hank was originally poised to enter a medical program, but soon decides to become a puppeteer.
Sam and Hank marry after an engagement lasting a matter of weeks. Delta Burke appeared in the first season as next door neighbor Diane Wilmington.
Betty White also appeared in the first season as television host Bobbie Barnes. People have credited his appearances on Who's the Boss?
When Coco died in February , prior to the conclusion of season three, his character was written out as having died as well with a funeral episode and tribute.
By the fall of , with Samantha beginning college and Jonathan in high school, Who's the Boss? Producers brought in five-year-old Billy Jonathan Halyalkar , an orphan from the Micellis' old Brooklyn neighborhood whose grandmother left Billy in Tony's care.
He moves in with the Bower family in season seven. Billy was a comic foil to Tony, but also attempted to get into the mix in other characters' storylines.
He only lasted that season, however. In the E! True Hollywood Story about the series, Katherine Helmond remarked that Halyalkar was a gifted performer, but had difficulty catching up to the pace of the acting and timing the senior cast members had long established with each other.
He was written out of the show at the end of the season. In the beginning of season eight, it was briefly explained that Billy had returned to live with his grandmother.
Leslie Nielsen played Max, who was engaged to Mona in a episode. Matthew Perry played Benjamin Dawson, a roommate of Samantha's in a episode.
Robert Mandan guest-starred in two episodes, as a CEO and love interest for Mona; Mandan and Helmond had previously starred as husband and wife in the comedy Soap.
The series' pilot was shot in November , a full 10 months before the show actually went on the air. The show debuted on September 20, In the fall of , after seven years on its established Tuesday night slot, Who's the Boss?
The series's ratings dropped significantly in its new time slot, and the decision was made to end the series that spring [ when?
Early reviews of the series were lukewarm. Jerry Buck, writing for Ocala Star-Banner , noted that while the series "doesn't have the same impact [as The Cosby Show ], it's not bad, either.
O'Connor of The New York Times was complimentary of the female leads, Light and Helmond, but was concerned if Danza, who "spends a good deal of time with his shirt off and his thick weight-lifted physique" would "keep this sitcom in ratings shape.
The show's theme song, "Brand New Life", was written by series creators and executive producers Cohan and Hunter, with music composed by Larry Carlton and Robert Kraft.
Three versions were used throughout the series' run, which were performed by Larry Weiss —86 , Steve Wariner —89 , and Jonathan Wolff — ABC aired reruns of Who's the Boss?
EST during its daytime schedule from June 1, until July 1, ; it was replaced by Growing Pains on the daytime schedule. Nick at Nite broadcast the show between and On June 1, , the show joined the regular TV Land schedule.
Several episodes from seasons one, two, and eight can be viewed for free in Minisode format on Crackle , which is owned by Sony Pictures Television.