Short-lived FOX television comedy set in Key West, Florida. Seamus O'Neill is a Hemingway wannabe who strikes it rich and uses his newfound wealth to move to Key West in search of ... See full summary »

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 Seamus O'Neill (13 episodes, 1993)
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 Chaucy Caldwell (13 episodes, 1993)
Lara Piper ...
 Rikki (13 episodes, 1993)
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 Sheriff Cody Jeremiah Jefferson (13 episodes, 1993)
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 Paul 'Gumbo' Beausoleil (13 episodes, 1993)
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 Abednigo 'JoJo' Nabuli / ... (13 episodes, 1993)
Geno Silva ...
 Hector Allegria (13 episodes, 1993)
Ivory Ocean ...
 Roosevelt 'King' Cole / ... (13 episodes, 1993)
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 Savannah Sumner (13 episodes, 1993)
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 Dr. Reilly Clarke (12 episodes, 1993)
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 Hunter Fisher (12 episodes, 1993)
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 Flame (10 episodes, 1993)
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Short-lived FOX television comedy set in Key West, Florida. Seamus O'Neill is a Hemingway wannabe who strikes it rich and uses his newfound wealth to move to Key West in search of inspiration for his writing. He interacts with many colorful characters in this offbeat locale. Written by Tad Dibbern <DIBBERN_D@a1.mscf.upenn.edu>

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The show's creators were forced to change the direction of the show. Originally Seamus was supposed to stay a millionaire, and the show would center around his attempts to become a writer. See more »

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unforgettable
7 May 2003 | by (Oklahoma, USA) – See all my reviews

My little sister and I didn't know what was different about Key West, but we watched it faithfully, and were mightily disgruntled when it disappeared without apology. The characters, the colors, the dialogue, and some other unnameable thing made this show unforgettable. I'd say 'haunting,' but it wouldn't convey the quiet smile I find when I remember the way Jennifer Tilly said, "Seamus, Baby," when he had that awful fever, or the upbeat-but-not-sappy way the (kooky, but r e a l ) characters interacted. If someone knows where this is available on DVD, I know two nostalgic 20-somethings who'll buy it up in a minute flat.


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