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Four friends live in a occasional peaceful co-existence in New York. Love-seeking Annie; womanizing Roger; and married Elliot work together in a Manhattan personnel agency trying to get by any way they can. Didi, a sexy divorcée, attempts to give Annie and the others advice any way she can in the do's and don'ts of dating. Written by
There are a lot of single women that can truly relate to this comedy. Nancy McKeon is a great actress and fun to watch. After a hard day at work it great to come home to a few good laughs. I look forward to seeing her direct and act in other light-hearted comedies. It is so very sad that there is not more things like "Can't Hurry Love" on TV. Reruns would even be nice at this point.
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