Perfect Strangers Episode Guide
Season Eight Credits

Broadcast Information:
6 episodes aired from July 9, 1993 through August 6, 1993 on Fridays at 9:30 p.m.  The series actually finished filming on August 26, 1992, but these episode didn't air until a year later, leaving Perfect Strangers' fans wondering if ABC would ever air these final six episodes.  But ABC decided to run them during the 1993 summer season and fittingly placed the show once again on the TGIF schedule where it belonged.  The cast and crew were happy to be able to wrap up the series with these final six episodes as opposed to just being canceled without any warning.  After years of Perfect Strangers being such a staple sitcom for ABC, ABC was very gracious in allowing them this short wrap-up season.

Opening Credits:

Bronson Pinchot
Mark Linn-Baker
Melanie Wilson as Jennifer
(once again the girls' names switched so Melanie has top credit this season)
Rebeca Arthur as Mary Anne

Producer: Shari Hearn
Supervising Producers: Barry O’Brien & Cheryl Alu
Executive Producer: Paula A. Roth
Executive Producers: William Bickley & Michael Warren

End Credits:

Executive Producers: Thomas L. Miller; Robert L. Boyett
Co-Producer: Michael J. Morris
Executive Script Consultant: Thomas R. Nance
Executive Story Editor: Scott Spencer Gordon
Executive Consultant: Dale McRaven
Unit Production Manager: Miles Kristman
First Assistant Director: Connie Garcia-Singer
Second Assistant Director: Jennifer Kingry
Edited by: John Randle (with Jerry Davis on Lethal Weapon); (with Kenny Tintorri on The Baby Quiz; Up, Up and Away, part 2)
Director of Photography: Tony Askins, A.S.C.
Art Director: Lynn Griffin
Executive in Charge of Casting: Barbara Miller, C.S.A.
Casting by: Joanne Koehler
Music by: Gary Boren & Steven Chesne (The Baby Shower; Up, Up and Away, part 2); Gary Boren (After Hours; Up, Up and Away, part 1); Steven Chesne (Lethal Weapon; The Baby Quiz)
Theme Song "Nothing’s Gonna Stop Me Now" by: Jesse Frederick & Bennett Salvay
Theme Song Performed by: David Pomeranz
Men’s Wardrobe: Bob Squire
Women’s Wardrobe: Gina Trikonis
Set Decorator: Bonnie Dermer-Brockliss
Make-Up: Joe Hailey
Hair Stylist: Gail Rowell-Ryan; Katherine Kotarakos (The Baby Quiz; Up, Up and Away, parts 1 & 2)
Property Master: Dominic Belmonte
Technical Coordinator: Erik Emi
Sound Mixer: Walter Baker
Music Supervisor: Gregory Sill
Post Production Services by: Laser-Pacific; Image Transform, Inc.
Color by: CFI
Re-Recording Mixers: Thomas J. Huth, Rick Himot, Sam Black (David E. Fluhr also listed on Lethal Weapon)
Re-Recorded by: Larson Sound Center
Sound Editor: Andre Caporaso
Music Editor: Robert H. Raff

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The theme song remained the same for this final season.