Short Takes: Apr. 5, 1993

TELEVISION

Not Long for This World

SITCOMS CAN SOMETIMES BE THE SADdest places on TV. Whenever you see a new one with a star who rarely does television, there's usually a tale about dried-up movie roles or a career on the downswing. The latest actress to come crawling back is Shelley Long, who left Cheers six years ago for a movie career that has gone nowhere. In GOOD ADVICE (CBS, debuting April 2), she plays a marriage counselor whose sunny outlook is dashed when she discovers that her husband has been cheating on her. In the usual sitcom way, her real...

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