Pamela Adlon, Julie Plec, and More Share The Female Friendships on TV That Influenced Them

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This fall marks the 30th anniversary of the premiere of Designing Women. We've already celebrated that milestone with an oral history of the show featuring interviews with creator Linda Bloodworth-Thomason and surviving cast members Jean Smart, Annie Potts, and Delta Burke. Now we want to honor other female friendships on TV that helped shape who we are.

In the comments, tell us the TV friendship that resonated with you when you were young. Here are some picks from some of the women now influencing the next generation.

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