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Big Love tie-in: Get your vitamins!



As Roman Grant's wife Adaleen, Mary Kay Place joyfully strikes the harp and joins the chorus among the Grant Clan Singers in HBO's viral "Juniper Creek Christmas" video. (Well, she doesn't actually strike a harp. Although she's probably ready to strike somebody.)

But it left me wanting more. Who can ever get enough of Mary Kay Place? No one, that's who!  ---

Now, she always seems so serious on Big Love, but her sly sense of humor comes across in an ironic C&W novelty tune that she wrote for the '70s soap-opera satire Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman. Here's Mary Kay Place as Loretta Haggers performing "Vitamin L":