Love is a game that two can play and both win. ~Eva Gabor
Adam Rifkin stashed this in #love
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"Man, who knew photos were better with quotes." ~Jennifer Aaker
It's true! The quote and the photo go hand in hand.
Ava Gabor was married five times. Not that there's anything wrong with that. :)
More on her telly life:
In 1965, Gabor began the role for which she is best-remembered, Lisa Douglas, whose attorney husband (Oliver Wendell Douglas, played by Eddie Albert) decides to leave the city. They buy and run a farm in a rural community, forcing Lisa to leave her beloved New York City, in the Paul Henning sitcomGreen Acres, which aired on CBS. Green Acreswas set in Hooterville, the same backdrop forPetticoat Junction (1963–1970), and would occasionally cross over with its sister sitcom. Despite proving to be a ratings hit, staying in the top twenty for its first four seasons, Green Acres, along with another sister show, The Beverly Hillbillies, was cancelled in 1971 in the CBS network's infamous "rural purge" — an attempt to attract a younger viewer demographic, as most viewers of the series were at least 40 years old.
You know what we call someone who gets married five times? A hopeless romantic!