A TV adaptation of the Tracy/Hepburn classic. Adam Bonner was a young assistant DA while his wife, Amanda, was a junior partner in a law firm. Their jobs often put them in conflict within ... See full summary »
New York City bus company's lost-and-found department manager and bachelor Stanley Belmont lives with his bossy mother, his sister Olive and her unemployed husband Arthur all of who live ... 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.
Cancelled after only one episode was telecast, this sitcom created to capitalize on the success of "National Lampoon's Animal House" was to chronicle the antics at Baxter College, a former all-girls school which recently converted to co-education. Brewster House was a dormitory populated by a number of young men and women, notably shy Tucker, preppy Doug, nutty Gobo, wholesome Elizabeth and sexy Sandi. Mrs. Selby was the looney house-mother. Written by
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Not so much a fever as a twenty-four hour bug. The 1978 hit film "Animal House" inspired this tawdry mid-season replacement, but CBS flunked the entire frat house after just one episode. It wasn't that good anyway.
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