Dear John starred Judd Hirsch as easy going high school teacher John Lacey who is dumped by his wife, Wendy, via a Dear John letter. Wendy ends up with everything in the divorce settlement, including custody of the couple's son, forcing John to move into an apartment in Queens.
John soon joins the One-2-One Club, a self help group for divorced, widowed or lonely people. The group is led by Louise, a sex obsessed British woman. Other members of the group include Kate McCarron (Isabella Hofmann), a sweet divorcée, Kirk Morris, a cocky ladies' man seemingly stuck in the '70's, Ralph Drang (Harry Groener), a shy and neurotic tollbooth collector, and Margie Philbert, a feisty senior citizen.
|Judd Hirsch||John Lacey||*||*||*||*|
|Jere Burns||Kirk Morris||*||*||*||*|
|Jane Carr||Louise Mercer||*||*||*||*|
|Harry Groener||Ralph Drang||*||*||*|
|Billie Bird||Margie Philbert||o||*||*||*|
|Susan Walters||Mary Beth Sutton||o||*||*|
|Isabella Hofmann||Kate McCarron||*||*||*||*|
| Orange/Red/o indicates a recurring or guest role during that season.|
Dark Green indicates top billing during that season.
|Season One||October 6, 1988||May 11, 1989||22|
|Season Two||September 28, 1989||May 16, 1990||24|
|Season Three||September 19, 1990||May 1, 1991||22|
|Season Four||September 19, 1991||April 15, 1992||22|
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