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 »
Black comedy about an obsessive street graffiti artist, who falls obsessively in love with a frustrated artist he meets. Unfortunately, rather than trying to meet with her in a conventional... See full summary »
Two friends, both named Frank, accidentally obtain a suitcase at the airport. It contains incriminating evidence against a mafia boss, who sends his Terminator-like lackie to find them. The... See full summary »
Gina Nardino, a young saleswoman at the food counter of a posh department store, falls hard for a society stud, and, through a series of accidents, impresses him by taking on the false ... See full summary »
A struggling, middle-aged actress attempts to make a career in Hollywood, all while surrounded by her hard-drinking best friend Maryann, her two ex-husbands, Ira and Jeff, and her two ... See full summary »
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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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First date in six months.
You haven't had a date in six months? HA! My record still stands!
Actually, if you count my marriage, I haven't had a date in five years.
HA! My record still stands!
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The first season of this show was brilliant! It was edgy, and took pot-shots at popular celebs. Unfortunately ABC canceled it. NBC picked it up, but destroyed it. They changed the tabloid to a magazine, made George Wendt the owner of the magazine, and immediately took the edge off (NBC can't be edgy at all, I think it must be in their charter). The show then sucked until the final episode, which took place in a hot air balloon. It was one of the only series finales that actually ended with style.
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