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“It’s funny: Someone could do a True Hollywood Story of Small Wonder.” — cast member Emily Schulman Webster (Harriet)The Facts of Life and Punky Brewster were corny and preachy, and cartoons like G. Joe and Transformers were marred by crude, lazy animation.
And of course, it lives on in infamy, as Webster knows all too well: “I had people come up to me all the time and say, 'You were on one of the worst shows of all time! "I know that was also hard for Jerry and Tiffany,” she says.
Webster says the show actually had to employ three separate tutors for the three child actors, because their parents couldn’t agree on one. There was definitely tension between us.”Rowan sensed the tension, too: “The parents thought they were the stars.
So it was just like, 'Oh, my goodness.’ I’d just stay out of it.” Brissette’s mother Diane was involved in many of these backstage squabbles, often pushing producers to let her daughter show off more of her skills.
“It would take a lot of trial and error.”In fact, if you’ll notice, most of the special effects shots on the show are of Vicki alone — and that was no accident.
“You were just trying to stay away from her, so you wouldn’t have to get in hair and makeup to be in that shot,” Rowan remembers. and it wasn’t like it was always fun and games for us kids.
Wonder starred 10-year-old Tiffany Brissette as Vicki, a robot made to look like a girl who lives with her inventor Ted Lawson (Dick Christie), Ted’s wife Joan (Marla Pennington), and his son Jamie (Jerry Supiran).