In addition, StarVista offered a "Signature" collection of the entire series, autographed by Vicki Lawrence, which was limited to copies. Selected by Vicki Lawrence, each release has 6 season 1 has 7 of her personal favorite episodes from each season. After the series finale in , the entire series including the NBC episodes was placed in off-network syndication, airing in most cities every weekday.
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Lorimar-Telepictures — Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution — NBC — Syndicated — Mono — Stereo — I went to the writers and I said, 'I'm sorry, she is nothing if not Bible Belt. She would never sleep with her brother-in-law. I don't care how dead her husband is, This is wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong'. Well, threw everything into a tizzy and Joe [Hamilton] said, 'Gotta listen to her,' and they re-wrote the second half of the show. A funny thing happened the day I signed with Lorimar. Carol called and said, 'I think I'd like to put together maybe a little syndicated show with the family characters.
I'll do Eunice, you do Mama. Doesn't that sound like fun? I then went to Al and asked him what he made of the whole thing. He agreed it was really weird. I wondered if I was about to get caught in the middle of yet another struggle between the two of them. During her divorce, Carol and I went through a 'cool' period. She 'divorced' everyone and remained distant for a lot of years.
She called the house a few years ago. I was standing at the sink peeling carrots, fifteen feet from the phone, but Garrett got to it first and I only heard his half of the following conversation: 'Hello? Oh hi. Yeah, sure, he's in the other room, on the other line.
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You want me to tell him you're calling? My mom's here, you want to talk to her? She only wanted to talk to Dad. It's just going to take a while longer. Give me another year or so. Vinton Harper. The youngest of Thelma's three children. Dopey, buffoonish, and accident prone, Vint regularly makes a fool out of himself, particularly when he attempts to be assertive or knowledgeable. Vinton is a nice guy and he is very childish. Vinton was color-coded in tan in a short-sleeved button-down shirt and pants. Naomi Oates Harper.
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Vinton's lascivious, demonstrative, and maritally flirtatious second wife, who is often at odds with Thelma over his loyalty, also in part for her salaciousness. Vinton's nickname for her is "Skeeter" while Mama's nickname for her is "tramp. Naomi was color-coded in yellow-colored, off-the-shoulder or strapless dresses ,  which Thelma often referred to as "gaudy.
Vinton "Buzz" Harper, Jr. Vint's teenage son with his first wife, Mitzi. Buzz is very cheerful, spirited, patient, and obliging. Buzz was last mentioned in "Farewell Frannie". Vint's teenage daughter with his first wife, Mitzi. Sonja starts out moody, whiny, lazy, and rather oblivious, but later becomes interested in boys and blossoms into a young lady interested in civic affairs. Like her brother, she later moved out, presumably going off to college. She was also crowned Miss Rayteen during the second season of the show's run.
Sonja was last mentioned in "Farewell Frannie". Ellen Harper-Jackson. The eldest of Thelma's three children. Ellen is a pretentious social elitist who avoids fraternizing with the rest of the family unless it suits her purpose. Her birthday is June Eunice Harper Higgins. The second of Thelma's three children. Seemingly never changing her outfit and always layered in tattered green rags, Eunice is tempestuous, antagonistic, and quarrelsome, constantly bickering with everyone in the family especially her mother.
Her birthday is December Eunice's mild-mannered, browbeaten husband. The Ed character was toned down from his appearances in "The Family" sketches, formerly a fiercely ill-tempered man that had no qualms with regularly quarreling with his mother-in-law and Eunice, at one point permanently leaving Eunice. In Mama's Family , however, the two remained married.
Bubba Higgins. Ed and Eunice's teenage son who is forced to live with Thelma upon being released from juvenile hall, after his parents had moved to Florida. Although initially depicted as a frisky, hyperactive, and eccentric teen with a penchant for playing instruments along with friends Dwayne and T-Boy, he over time evolved into a calm, mature, and commonsensical teen, though still with a robust interest in the opposite sex. The character always wore extremely tight-fitting jeans and in the early going suspenders as well.
This later progressed into tight-fitting jeans and conservative sweatshirts. Frances Marie Crowley. Rue McClanahan. Thelma's younger uncomfortable and uptight spinster sister. Works as a newspaper reporter and free-lance writer. She later died by choking on a toothpick at the Bigger Jigger.
McClanahan was unhappy with the role. Iola Lucille Boylen. She is a spinster like Thelma's sister Frannie. Among her quirks, she constantly bestows the family with peculiar handicraft items, predominately wears pink, and calls "knock knock" upon her every entrance into Thelma's home. During her first appearances on the show, a running gag existed that saw her having loopy temper tantrums at odd intervals, described as "spells".
She lives with her overbearing and aging parents, whom she seeks to escape by spending as much time at Thelma's home as possible. Iola is best friends with Thelma her only friend. In her first couple of seasons, she was secretly infatuated with Vint; the two had known each other since their youth, which caused her and Naomi to have an adversarial relationship.
Mama Tattletail does not speak unless the tape is inserted, and may be unable to speak without a tape. Mama Tattletail is attracted to loud noises and will follow The Protagonist around based on the noises they or their Tattletail make. If the player approaches Mama Tattletail, or makes a loud noise too close to her, she will attack. Mama Tattletail's attack kills the Protagonist instantly. She can move around the house, but only when the player isn't looking directly at her.
Looking directly at Mama Tattletail causes the player's Flashlight to go out. If it does, Mama Tattletail will teleport and may kill the player. Mama Tattletail also makes grinding noises when she is near and she can cut off the lights, making it harder for the player to avoid her. Mama Tattletail's eyes are briefly seen. The player's Tattletail will say "Mama scary! The player will wake up to a grinding noise. They will find Mama Tattletail deactivated in the basement, making that same grinding sound until they approach her, whereupon they will load a cassette tape into Mama Tattletail and listen to her story.
The player's Tattletail will ask to see Mama Tattletail, but by the time they get there, Mama Tattletail is gone. After wrapping Tattletail back up, Mama Tattletail will chase the player as they head back upstairs to clear up the mess Tattletail made in the sitting room. The yellow Tattletail can be heard conversing with Mama Tattletail during the final hide-and-seek game.
It tells her that the player is in the bedroom. This is the only time a Tattletail actually "tattles" on the player. At the end of this chapter, the player finds a VHS tape featuring a Tattletail commercial in which Mama Tattletail appears. The Tattletails are throwing a "party" for Mama Tattletail, which is in fact an attempt to banish her using the VHS tape from the previous night.
Mama Tattletail will hunt the player character while they are gathering supplies, and will also steal some candles and hide them in vases part way through the ritual. The player must retrieve the candles and destroy the VHS tape to banish her. Mama Tattletail will attack the player once they have opened their Christmas gift, replacing the Baby Tattletail they were supposed to get thus revealing the ritual was a failure.
After waking up, the player will find Butternut in the kitchen, crying about his egg being stolen. Mama Tattletail can be seen comforting him. Wake up and and head down to where Mama Tattletail first appears in the regular campaign, stopping to have Boring Tattletail tell a knock-knock joke along the way. Mama Tattletail will be found in the basement, making the grinding noise.
She is wide awake and looking around. Turn her off, and her chase music begins to play, though this ultimately turns out to be a false alarm, as after heading upstairs and into the sitting room, Mama Tattletail can be seen again, gifting eggs to the yellow and blue Tattletails, Dewdrop's egg having broken. After turning off the washing machine and grabbing Tattletail, the player should head to the nearby room, where Mama Tattletail can be seen congratulating Butternut and Dewdrop for having fixed a vase with bandages.
For some reason, Mama Tattletail ignores the player breaking it again. Mama Tattletail's sole appearance in this segment is as an inactive unit like she was on Night 3 of the regular campaign but in the kitchen-looking area rather than the basement. However, one can find a red cassette on the lower level of the Kaleidoscope, and upon inserting it into Mama Tattletail, it is revealed to be an explanation of the Waydrive, a device inside every Tattletail that makes them life-like.
The player must escape the Kaleidoscope, while evading Mama Tattletail and satisfying Tattletail's needs.