Eli Levinson and Sydney Guilford are top divorce attorneys in NYC. The dynamic changes when Charlie Howell is hired and Eli takes a lower profile. Sydney and Charlie develop a flirtatious ...
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In this sitcom, Charlie, who takes Mike Flaherty's place in later years, is the Deputy Mayor of New York City, and his team of half-wits must constantly save the Mayor from embarrassment and the media.
Michael J. Fox,
Neighbors Greg and Nathan are stay at home dad's caring for infants. Unemployed Nathan also has an older son, Greg works from home. Neither are very good at child care. Their wives Amy and Carol are co-workers at an advertising agency.
David Barrett heads an organization in Boston that supports poor and indigent clients with the aid of young lawyers, Aaron Silverman is the young idealist, Pat Walters is the black ... See full summary »
Eli Levinson and Sydney Guilford are top divorce attorneys in NYC. The dynamic changes when Charlie Howell is hired and Eli takes a lower profile. Sydney and Charlie develop a flirtatious arrangement while concentrating on their client's problems. Written by
A cute, sexy, interesting show that combined the smoky sensuality of Mariel Hemingway with the earthy charms of Pete Onorati. Clever plots, interesting sub-text, and funny cameos failed to get this show renewed. At least Debi Mazar did OK with LA Law, and now of course Entourgage. Perhaps this show overlapped a little too strongly with Law, Levinson's Homicide, and Bochco's NYPD Blue. Wait, can anyone spot a pattern here?!?
This show arrived at the culmination of a 'golden age' of television pioneered by dramadies like 'Thirtysomething', 'Picket-Fences' 'My So-called life' and, of course 'The days and nights of Molly Dodd.' A classic that was pulled a little too soon. (And no, Mariel in 'Central Park West' didn't even come close.)
I still miss Mariel. (Anyone remember the nudie episode?)
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