GIRL TALK - SECRET DIARY
The show only lasted 5 episodes, but it spawned a board game called GIRL TALK - SECRET DIARY, which was marketed at least as recently as 1995. The game was for ages 10+ and for 2 to 6 players.
This is the way the game was described:
Have you ever wanted to find out someone else's secrets without having to tell your own? That's exactly what you can do if you win at Secret Diary. The object is to be the first player to collect 12 Calendar Cards - one for each month of the year. If you do, you'll get to read the Personal & Confidential secrets of your friends, while yours may remain a secret - if you wish.
Secret Diary spawned at least two other Girl Talk games: Truth or Dare, and Dateline. The games were manufactured by Golden.
SARAH MICHELLE GELLAR
CO-HOSTING "Girl Talk"
PARTS 2 AND 3 of the pilot are on
SMGvids YouTube Channel
A teen magazine show with Soleil Moon Frye. Only 5 episodes were made. Produced by Allen Bohbot. Directed by Kevin S. Murray. Brad Kane was Jonathon Levinson's singing voice in the BTVS episode "Superstar". He also portrayed Tucker Wells in "The Prom". First aired September 1989.
There were five others who appeared on Girl Talk. Soleil Moon Frye was Roxie King for 65 episodes of SABRINA THE TEENAGE WITCH. Her latest film is FOR BETTER OR WORSE, a wedding farce with Rebecca Gayheart and Patrick Muldoon. Russell Koplin's most recent role was in a short film by Michelle Hamill called THE PRODUCT OF 3C. Rod Brogan is in the film THE WINNING SEASON, about a basketball coach attempting a comeback. Brad Caleb Kane is the co-producer of FRINGE. And Brian Robbins in Executive Producer of SMALLVILLE.
About 14 minutes into the pilot episode of GIRL TALK, the next episode's guest stars are announced on screen. The guests for episode 2 were Joey Lawrence and Sa-Fire (Wilma Cosumé).
Soleil Moon Frye recently opened "The Little Seed" in Los Angeles with one of her friends. The store stocks sustainable and organic versions of everything baby-related, from clothing and body care to toys and gifts, and now the products will be available to those outside L.A. through a partnership with Target.
Russell Koplin, who co-hosted GIRL TALK, the short-lived 1989 teen magazine show with Sarah Michelle Gellar and Soleil Moon Frye, voiced "other characters" in the 2011 video game L.A. NOIRE. The game centers around the adventures of Detective Cole Phelps as he tries to overcome corruption in post-WWII Hollywood. In 2004 Koplin was the voice of a pedestrian in GRAND THEFT AUTO.