After a messy divorce with her very rich and powerful husband, Nora Wilde refuses to accept his offer of $1.8 million dollars and tries to make it on her own. Being a Pulitzer nominated ... See full summary »
Exposing it all at The G-Spot becomes unbearable work for three financially-stressed females, but for the shrewd strip club owner, mixing business with pleasure and corruption has always been just another day at the job.
Leland L. Jones,
Neal R. Hazard
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After a messy divorce with her very rich and powerful husband, Nora Wilde refuses to accept his offer of $1.8 million dollars and tries to make it on her own. Being a Pulitzer nominated photographer, the only place that even considers hiring her is a sleazy tabloid named "The Comet". She is forced to accept their offer and starts working there as a regular papparazzo. Celebrities like Tom Hanks and Anna Nicole Smith appear as themselves and try to fight off Nora's attempts to photograph them. Written by
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This was one of the best shows on the air. It had a good concept, funny story lines, and funny actors. Despite this, it didn't have a chance of making it. After the 1st season on NBC, they moved it out of it's Thursday night slot and took it off the air. As they did with LateLine, they brought it back weeks later on with almost no advertisements and almost no way for anyone to know that it was back on the air. By the time people began to realize it was back on, they moved it again, and again, and again, giving it less than a fighting chance to survive. They, eventually cancelled it, in the summer of 1998, showing the last episode, in which Nora and the cast all die at sea in a Hot Air balloon. It later came back in syndication on the USA network, where you can still see reruns of the show.
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