Farmacia de guardia (1991–1995)
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Spanish sit-com devised by Antonio Mercero about divorced, chemist's owner Lourdes who lives with her two younger children Quique and Guille. Lourdes' womanizer ex-husband Adolfo makes frequent visits to her establishment, along with their eldest daughter Isabel, who lives with her husband and little son in the Canary Islands. The place is also crowded with all sorts of characters: the neighboring night-club waitress Sandra, Guille's teacher and Lourde's boyfriend Carlos, police officers Romerales and María de la Encarnación, or Adolfo's alleged illegitimate daughter Fanny, who Lourdes will eventually adopt, among many others.
This Spanish-made TV comedy told the stories happening around a barrio pharmacy managed by Lourdes Cano. Lourdes had divorced Adolfo Segura, a cheeky Don Juan (i.e. "philanderer") with whom she still shared a nice friendship, both tried to bring up together their offspring: Quique and Guille, while many subplots are shown, protagonized by their neighbors and customers, notoriously by a couple of friendly (and funny) local policemen.
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