Laura Scofield is a driven publisher, successful in everything but love. She hires widowed carpenter Mitch Quinn and sparks fly. He has three sons David, Chris, and Sebastian while Laura has a supportive witty assistant in Eve.
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 Laura Scofield (6 episodes, 1993)
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 Mitch Quinn (6 episodes, 1993)
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 David Quinn (6 episodes, 1993)
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 Christopher Quinn (6 episodes, 1993)
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 Sebastian Quinn (6 episodes, 1993)
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 Eve Parkin (6 episodes, 1993)
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Laura Scofield is a driven publisher, successful in everything but love. She hires widowed carpenter Mitch Quinn and sparks fly. He has three sons David, Chris, and Sebastian while Laura has a supportive witty assistant in Eve.

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19 September 1993 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Tenías que ser tú  »

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The show was originally placed on hiatus rather than cancelled, with new episodes produced without Faye Dunaway. However, this re-tooled version never made it to air. See more »

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Sadly, never given much of a chance
4 May 2007 | by (Key West, FL, US) – See all my reviews

While this was hardly ever going to be a classic sitcom, it had potential to be a GOOD one; unfortunately, CBS - in its infinite wisdom

  • ignored that potential and canceled it after little more than a


month. Critics were brutal in their reviews, and ratings weren't exactly strong, to say the least. That said, it WAS a decent show, helped immeasurably by the chemistry of its leads, Faye Dunaway and Robert Urich. Poor Dunaway: she, above all else, received the brunt of the show's vicious criticisms, and while it's true she was a bit unsure of herself as a comedienne - this WAS her first attempt at comedy in quite some time - I think she did well, considering. Certainly, a number of other sitcom stars were hardly "comedy gold" when THEIR shows began: Candace Bergen, Roseanne Barr, Brett Butler, just to name a few. Bergen, in particular, was downright STIFF when her show began but found her own pace, her own rhythm, and I do truly believe that if CBS had given Dunaway - and this show - half a chance, she, too, would have proved herself to be just as funny.


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