Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Debuting October 4, 1973, the Canadian sitcom Delilah starred Terry Tweed as the title character, the first female barber in a small conservative town. Much of the humor was dispensed by the series' large cast of supporting characters, among them local newspaper editor T.J. (Eric House) and Delilah's opinionated family members. It was a one-joke effort, and as such wore extremely thin after only a few weeks. The 13th and final half-hour installment of Delilah was seen over the CBC network on January 3, 1974.