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Her most prominent television role was as Ben Matlock's assistant Michelle Thomas on Matlock, from 1987 to 1992, replacing Linda Purl, who left after the first year because she was very unhappy with her character.

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Also during this time, Andy Griffith's old co-star Don Knotts began making frequent appearances as " Ace " Calhoun, Matlock's annoying next door neighbor.

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According to various publications ( such as the biography England's Dreaming by Jon Savage ) and films ( namely The Filth and the Fury ) Vicious was asked to join the group after Glen Matlock's departure in February 1977 due to his being present at every gig.
A claim made by the Pistols guitarist Steve Jones, regarding how he thought it was bizarre that Matlock was " always washing his feet ", has also been misquoted and misinterpreted as the cause of Matlock's firing from the group.
He had already achieved minor success with semi-glam outfit Slik and Glen Matlock's The Rich Kids, and in 1979 he was temporarily playing with hard rock band Thin Lizzy.
There has recently been a negative image of Matlock Town centre due to the limited retail offer for a town of Matlock's size which was identified in the Matlock Masterplan-a document produced by the district council.
Matlock's charm was to play to the jury, saying things like " I'm just an old country boy ..." despite being paid well over $ 100, 000 per case and traveling the world.

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William Conrad played prosecutor James L. McShane and Joe Penny played Paul Baron, the son of Matlock's client.
In John Lydon's autobiography, Rotten: No Blacks, No Dogs, No Irish, Lydon claimed that Matlock worked on later Sex Pistols material ( including their album Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols ) as a paid session musician ( Jones played bass on all of the songs recorded after Matlock's departure, with Vicious also contributing to the song " Bodies ").
Gilyard is known for his roles as Ben Matlock's ( played by Andy Griffith ) second private investigator ( and right-hand man ) Conrad McMasters, on the 1980s legal drama series, Matlock: ( a role he played from 1989 to 1993 ); as Pastor Bruce Barnes in the Left Behind movie trilogy ; as Cordell Walker's ( played by Chuck Norris ) Texas Ranger partner, James " Jimmy " Trivette, on the 1990s crime drama, Walker, Texas Ranger, and as Lieutenant ( junior grade ) Marcus " Sundown " Williams in Top Gun.
She came to prominence in the 1980s as Ben Matlock's ( played by Andy Griffith ) law partner and friend, Michelle Thomas, on Matlock.
During the late 1950s, Hurley played in Dixieland groups, recording with Matty Matlock's Rampart Street Paraders.

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During a Matlock public appearance, Grampa and Jasper swipe Matlock's pills, which were needed to prevent him from having a spastic heart failure.
On the last episode of the sixth season, Brynn Thayer made a guest appearance as Ben Matlock's other ( and to that point unmentioned ) daughter Leanne MacIntyre, who had become a prosecutor in Philadelphia and who had married and divorced.
Warren Frost also joined the cast in a recurring role as Cliff's father Billy, an old nemesis from Matlock's past as Ben had stood his sister up at the altar in order to pursue his law degree.
After season seven, Gilyard left to play Texas Ranger Jimmy Trivette on Walker, Texas Ranger and Cliff took over Conrad's role as Matlock's chief PI.
He also co-starred in a two-part episode of the courtroom series Matlock as Mr. Matlock's in-prison bodyguard.
Linda Purl ( born September 2, 1955 ) is an American actress and singer, perhaps best known for portraying Ben Matlock's daughter Charlene Matlock in season one of Matlock.
Initially, only Kenzo can enter the base, as Karne and Matlock's airlock doors have been locked.
* Detective Sergeant ( later Detective Senior Sergeant ) Vic Maddern ( Michael Pate ), head of Matlock's C. I.

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One of the most frequent views of the value of literature is the education of sensibility that it is thought to provide.
The most frequent excuse for the prevalence of unoriginals and tested imports is increasing production expense -- producers cannot afford to take chances.
True terminal bronchioles comprise the most frequent form taken by the distal airways in types 1 and 3, although small numbers of poorly developed respiratory bronchioles are present.
Nevertheless, there are notably frequent instances of deja vue, in which our recognition of an entirely novel event is a feeling of having lived through it before, a feeling which, though vague, withstands the verbal barrage from the most impressive corps of psychologists.
They are the most common heliozoa in fresh water, and are especially frequent in lakes and rivers, but a few are found in marine and soil habitats as well.
It may occur at any age but is most frequent in the third decade of life.
The most frequent presenting symptoms are headache, drowsiness, confusion, seizures, hemiparesis or speech difficulties together with fever with a rapidly progressive course.
One of the most frequent speculations is that the entire book ( excepting 9: 4-20 ) was originally written in Aramaic, with portions translated into Hebrew, possibly to increase acceptance-many Aramaisms in the Hebrew text find proposed explanation by the hypothesis of an inexact initial translation into Hebrew.
Mice and rabbits were the most frequent subject of her fantasy paintings.
The most frequent benign conditions are puerperal mastitis, fibrocystic breast changes and mastalgia.
There are frequent fictional crossovers between Beano characters, with most of the characters living in the fictional Beanotown.
In the UK, cancer and cardiac problems seem to be the most frequent causes of premature death.
The most frequent symptoms of withdrawal from benzodiazepines are insomnia, gastric problems, tremors, agitation, fearfulness, and muscle spasms.
The most frequent consonant ( that is, the one appearing most often in speech ) in many languages is.
* Mode – the most frequent value in the data set
Non-English names include Treno suburbano in Italian, Cercanías in Spanish, Rodalies in Catalan, Nahverkehrszug in German ( and in most larger cities S-Bahns though these trains also often include city centre metro-like sections where lines have merged and services become more frequent, and stations are closer together to better distribute passengers into the city core ), Train de banlieue in French, Příměstský vlak in Czech and Elektrichka in Russian.
The most common letters do not necessarily require chording as is the case with the GKOS keyboard optimised layouts ( Android app ) where the twelve most frequent characters only require single keys.
Thunderstorms are most frequent during the summer, occurring on average 30 times annually.
" In the New Testament, a thorough concordance search shows that the second most frequent use of " head " ( kephalē ), after " the structure that connects to our neck and sits atop our bodies ," is the metaphorical sense of " source.
Brewster's position as editor brought him into frequent contact with the most eminent scientific men, and he was naturally among the first to recognize the benefit that would accrue from regular communication among those in the field of science.
One of Sullivan's favorite and most frequent acts was The Supremes, who appeared 17 times on the show, helping to pave the way for other Motown acts to appear on the show such as The Temptations, The Four Tops, and Martha and the Vandellas.
* Juvenile absence epilepsy is an idiopathic generalized epilepsy with later onset than CAE, typically in prepubertal adolescence, with the most frequent seizure type being absence seizures.
In an innovative test of what people fear the most, Bill Tancer analyzed the most frequent online search queries that involved the phrase, " fear of ...".

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