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Blansky's Beauties was cancelled after half a season, but Marshall refused to give up on the idea of a sitcom with a Las Vegas showgirls theme.
Marshall took the basis of Blansky's Beauties and retooled it for a new series concept, that mainly focused on a group of sexy young ladies trying to make it in the Vegas entertainment world, without the aid of an older confidant or the presence of children.
Baio had become familiar to Happy Days viewers as Charles "Chachi" Arcola, cousin of Fonzie (Henry Winkler).
He and young actress Tammy Lauren were entered into the fray of Legs as two kids who lived with their showgirl sisters.
is an American sitcom produced by Garry Marshall which aired on NBC from September 22, 1978 to December 15, 1978.
The series focused on two young Las Vegas showgirls, working and rooming together, who each had a younger sibling living with them.
The concept proved to be even more sexually-driven than Blansky's Beauties, and was given the title Legs.
In early 1982, he and Happy Days star Erin Moran received their own spin-off, Joanie Loves Chachi.
While Stacy and Angie shared an apartment together, added responsibilities were present from the get-go, since both had custody of their much younger siblings.
Living with them were Angie's 15-year-old brother Frankie (Scott Baio) and Stacy's 9-year-old kid sister Melissa (Tammy Lauren).
Frankie and Melissa were rambunctious and worldly, and were forever getting into trouble; they loved to cook up schemes that would get them access to everything Sin City had to offer, including, for Frankie (who styled himself as "the Fox") closer opportunities to make time with the other beautiful women who performed at Club Sand Pile.
Stacy and Angie had to divide their time between their careers and keeping the kids on the straight and narrow, but it was always a challenge.