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Wanda Talbert is a New York con artist. After being caught by the NYPD, she agrees to help them nail a criminal. What they didn't tell her was that she would have to testify against him, and that will not take place for a few years, which means that she has to remain in custody till that day comes, which does make her happy, cause it means she would have to put her money making schemes or con games on hold. They then send her to Palm Springs where an ex federal marshall runs a security agency where she will work while hiding. Also accompanying her is Joey Paciorek, New York cop who has to protect her and make sure that she doesn't bolt. They pretend to be Cody and Dani Powell a couple, which is not going to be easy since both of them don't like each other. Written by
I remember the show and was a fan as well. I never missed an episode. Yes, the theme song was great! You got me reminiscing and I just listened to it again on a trailer online. I felt Connie Selleca & Greg Evigan had great chemistry. Of course, I was a big Connie Selleca fan from her days on another show with a great theme song, "The Greatest American Hero". You're right, P.S. I. Luv U was something really unique.
I was confused and disappointed when the show ended so suddenly. I remember watching a interview with Connie Selleca shortly after the show was canceled. It's cancellation had nothing to do with low ratings or studio politics. As I recall, the show fell victim to a real disaster - a fire or earthquake or some catastrophic event which destroyed the set and ended the series.
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