Reo wrote the finale with series producer Judith D.
As she also examines how much she has grown since her first video diary entry at the beginning of the series, Blossom describes herself as "a teenage Holden Caulfield".Reo had the utmost faith in NBC agreeing to the format as it was, and believed that the unique characters would transform family sitcoms if it became a series.NBC liked the screenplay, but ordered changes to the format.Don Reo created the series, which starred Mayim Bialik as Blossom Russo, a teenager living with her father and two elder brothers.The series focuses on the life of Blossom Russo (Mayim Bialik), an Italian-American teenager.Blossom's mother, Maddy Russo, was played by Melissa Manchester.
Blossom's best friend Six Lemeure (Jenna von Oÿ) also played a significant part in her life.
It began with Blossom's mother having left the family to pursue her own life and career, and focused on the family's attempts to adjust.
Blossom's father, Nick, an overprotective, somewhat conservative session musician who was frequently between gigs and tours, who was played by Ted Wass.
who were famous or became famous later on in their careers.
In 1988, series creator Don Reo had begun a producing partnership with Paul Junger Witt and Tony Thomas, in which the latter two were bringing his screenplays to television under the established Witt/Thomas Productions nameplate.
During the party, Di Mucci demonstrated and reinforced the interaction with his children, and inspired Reo to him to his family dynamic for a pilot in which the "cool" father would be a highlight. He decided to include both the hip father and Holden Caulfield-esque boy in the new pilot, with the boy eventually becoming the lead character.