Sugar and Spice

Sugar and Spice Information

Sugar and Spice is a short-lived American sitcom that premiered on March 30, 1990 on CBS.


The small town of Ponca City, Oklahoma, was the setting for this blue collar series about two middle-aged African American sisters. Loretta and Vickilyn (Loretta Devine and Vickilyn Reynolds) had very different personalities. Vickilyn was conservative and quiet, a divorcee making her living with Small World Miniatures, a mail-order business run out of her converted garage. Her gregarious sister Loretta, an aspiring actress with a roving eye for good-looking men, was biding time working as a hostess at Cafe Jacques, where the manager Jacques (Leslie Jordan) was also seen.

Living with then was their teenage niece Toby (LaVerne Anderson), the only child of their late sister, whose good intentions were sometimes derailed when she took bad advice from her best friend Ginger (Dana Hill). Bonnie (Stephanie Hodge), who had a tempestuous relationship with her trucker husband Cliff (Gerrit Graham), was Vickilyn's assistant at Small World Miniatures.

Ralph and Brian (Troy Searcy, Bumper Robinson) were schoolmates of Toby's.


  • Vickilyn Reynolds (Vickilyn Fontaine-Clayton)
  • Loretta Devine (Loretta Fontaine)
  • LaVerne Anderson (Toby Reed)
  • Dana Hill (Ginger)
  • Stephanie Hodge (Bonnie Buttram)

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