With yesterday's mega-tribute to the TV characters played by the late Davy Jones, I found a few theoretical connections:
A THEORY OF RELATEEVEETY
Record producers Jerry Vicuna ('Sledge Hammer') and Albert Lynch ('ABC After-School Special') could be brothers.
GAME OF THE NAME
Jockey Davey Sanders ("The Bluegrass Special") may have changed his name to Frank Tyson ("A Horse In The House") and moved back to England.
Monkee Mike Nesmith "wrote" the song "I'm Gonna Buy Me A Dog", previously recorded by a teen-age band - which included a look-a-like for Mike's band-mate Davy. ('The Farmer's Daughter')
As I did all the research on that project, I found another theoretical connection, one which didn't fit in with the overall Davy Jones theme.....
In the 'My Two Dads' episode "The Wedge", Michael tried to rouse Joey because he thought he heard a prowler in the house. But Joey was in the midst of a very erotic dream, in which he was fending off the amorous advances of some woman named Veronica. ("No, Veronica! I have no more to give!")
So the question is: Who was Veronica?
Joey Harris was an artist with some small measure of success. With a decent enough reputation in the art world, Joey may have moved easily through the upper echelons of the entertainment world - not just the art scene, but the music biz. the movie crowd and TV types.
And in the field of fashion as well.....
Veronica "Ronnie" Chase was another former A-Lister with her own lingerie catalogue "empire". And she wrote self-help books as well. When we last saw her, she was struggling a bit to keep pace with the industry, but at one time she had been on top of the world, Ma!
So I'm going to put forth (I know she did!) that at some point in the trajectories of their careers, Joey and Veronica intersected. They probably intersected a lot.....
Eventually, it had to end. But it looks like Joey never got over her.....
(And Veronica probably never got over him either. Eventually she started dating a man named Justin, who looks to have been Joey's identical cousin.)