Based around the stand-up routines of comedian Margaret Cho, this series looked at the culture clashes that occured between a traditional Korean mother and her fully Americanized daughter. ... See full summary »
Kelly, the head of the English Department accidentally falls off a ledge and gets caught by a fireman named Doug Kelly. As she meets his children she has trouble being accepted by the ... See full summary »
Urbane Sara Campbell pretends to be a perfect rural homemaker. To keep her fortune she moves to the country with mother Muriel, daughter Freddi and a crew to run her TV empire. Luke is the studly farm manager, Will and Charlotte his kids.
Tom and Carol Anne Smithson move to the tiny town of Grand, Pennsylvania, where Tom has gotten a job at the Weldon Piano Works. Tom is soon fired, however, after his "innovative idea for ... See full summary »
Nick Moloney does double duty as a psychiatrist and officer for LA police department. Conflicts arrive due to patient confidential but he works things out with D.A. friend Calvin. He also ... See full summary »
Philadelphian Ron Aimes, a child psychologist, has a shrewd wife Rachel plus precocious tykes Trevor and Emma. He shares ditzy receptionist Darby with fastidious dentist Bruce and anxious pediatrician Francine.
The only good thing about this show was Judith Light. And all I remember from the series is this cute, innocent tennis player torn between a normal life and her coach's never-ending push for "professionalism".
Angela was an unusually beautiful teenager living with her mom Dianne and younger sister Mary. She was a phenom at tennis (hence the name) and her coach always pushed her to perfection. The only episode I remember pertained to Angela learning how to kiss. She was developing a healthy relationship and her coach tried to stand in the way.
The who show was a string of cliches, and I am not surprised it was cancelled. It had potential but fell flat.
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