Angie and Stacy are two showgirls in Las Vegas, Nevada. Their two younger siblings, Frankie and Melissa live with them and the two youngsters are frequently watched by Larry, a neighbor. At... See full summary »
Clifton likes being a barber in Washington DC where he works in the business started by his father. He also enjoys being single but his widowed Mama Eloise has other ideas and wants him ... See full summary »
Maria Bonino and Julia Peters are two secretaries in a high-powered New York advertising agency. They are promoted to art director and copywriter and begin their new careers with enthusiasm... See full summary »
Jane, a teacher, begins dating reporter Dick with neither one sure how they feel about each other. Their initial dates have very mixed results but they continue to go out. Tom is Dick's boss at the newspaper, Sue his wife.
Seven years after Ray Ellis abandoned his wife Olivia and two children, he is declared officially dead. That's when Ray reenters their life, only to find that Olivia is engaged to marry uptight Army colonel Dickey. Interested in reopening their old relationship, Ray moves next door to Olivia and their kids, hoping to assure them that he has changed his irresponsible ways, much to Dickey's chagrin. Written by
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Demond Wilson's character had deserted his wife and son some years before, and had returned home. However, his wife had declared her errant husband dead, and had gotten engaged to a military man. The premise of the short-lived sitcom was the efforts of the Wilson character trying to convince his wife that he was a changed man and wanted to have a relationship with her again.
Wilson was fresh off of the recently cancelled Sanford and Son at the time, when he appeared in this series. It was not a good series, and I don't believe it made it through one season.
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