Evening Shade costars Charles Durning (left), Burt Reynolds and Michael Jeter resorted to bush-league humor while taping the CBS sitcom's Sept. 16 season opener, in which a skinny-dipping jaunt goes awry. Reynolds won an Emmy last week for his work in the series.
Despite obvious shortcomings, child superstar Macaulay Culkin, 11, two-stepped with The Wonder Years' Danica McKellar, 16, at a post-Emmys bash in Pasadena, Calif. Macaulay's next film, My Girl, costarring Dan Aykroyd, is due in November.
Delta Burke, who beat out her old Designing Women costars for a best sitcom actress nomination (though Cheers' Kirstie Alley won the Emmy), brought hubby Gerald (Major Dad) McRaney to the awards show. The two star in Love and Curses, a made-for-TV movie airing Sept. 21 on CBS.
Also at the Emmys party were miniseries queen Jane Seymour and her date, Peter Cetera, former lead singer for Chicago—the band, not the city. Her next miniseries, Sidney Sheldon's Memories of Midnight with Omar Sharif, airs this fall.
Supermodel Cindy Crawford, who let it be known the big stone she was flashing is not an engagement ring from beau Richard Gere, cohosted Revlon's annual Unforgettable Women contest with Whoopi Goldberg in Manhattan.
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