In the seedy part of Los Angeles, a man who writes poetry has spent six months without leaving his apartment because of his paranoid delusions involving sadistic doctors, rappers, and ... See full summary »
GENERATIONS was the best soap opera I've ever seen!Great story lines(Aunt Mary & moose),cat fights,romances(Monique&Json,Sam&Kyle).I have all episodes on VHS(if you are interested in them-please email me-my email is on GEN message board below) and I still collect GEN materials(if you have any,please email me).GEN was great!Do you remember sexy Kyle Masters and Jason Craig?Heroine Sam Whitemore?Villain Jessica Gardner Donnelly?Ohhh...memories.The link between the Marshall and the Whitmore families extends back three generations to when Vivian Potter (Hamilton) and her young daughter Ruth (Pringle) lived in the Whitmore mansion. Vivian worked as housekeeper and nanny for Rebecca Whitmore (Crowley) and her daughter, Laura (Ramsey). Committed to rising above her humble beginnings, Ruth grows into a savvy and enterprising woman. Her strength and determination to improve her position in life is fueled by her husband Henry's (Blacque) ambitions. With the help of their longtime friend, Rebecca Whitmore, an attorney, Henry was able to finance his own business, Marshall's Ice Cream. With five stores, he now provides a prosperous life for his family and Vivian, who lives with them. Their three children are Chantal (Brown), a lawyer; Jacquelyn Marshall Rhymes, a homemaker and mother; and Adam Marshall (St. John), a college student.That is how the show begins.Don't believe it was canceled only after 22 months.
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