A story of four women living together at a beach house located at 2000 Malibu Road - Jade, a former prostitute trying to get out of the profession; Perry, a young lawyer also escaping from ...
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A story of four women living together at a beach house located at 2000 Malibu Road - Jade, a former prostitute trying to get out of the profession; Perry, a young lawyer also escaping from her past; Lindsay, a would-be actress trying to get the right break; and Joy, Lindsay's two-faced, manipulative sister. Written by
This show ran on CBS, either right before or right after "Freshman Dorm". Unfourtunately, I've read the propaganda prepared by the show publicity department, I Feel qualified to pass judgment on it. Produced by the ubiquitous Aaron Spelling, the show stars a veritable bevy of has-beens who were on the comeback trail in 1992. Jennifer Beals ('Flashdance' came 7 years before), Drew Barrymore (who we all now love), and the tasty snack Brian Bloom (who at the time was conspicuously absent from his roles in soap operas three years prior to this), the poorly dressed Lisa Hartman and some chick named Tuesday Knight. Lisa plays a retired prostitute who gets some boarders so she can afford her knockout house on the beach. Jennifer Beals is an attorney whose fiancé had recently died. Drew plays an aspiring actress (how fitting considering her reputation back then). I, for one, can't wait for this to be released on DVD. There's nothing like a show about plastic California people to help you forget your woes! B+
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