Spin-off to Melrose Place transplanting Amanda Woodward's mother Hillary Michaels to this show. Set in Los Angeles, it revolved around Hillary's company Models, Inc and the employees ... See full summary »
Sam Crain, a professional model, is asked by her sister to smuggle a package from Europe to Portland Oregon, where she discovers that her sister is battling Chinese Shaolin Monks (not ... See full summary »
Andrew Dice Clay,
Orson Welles, as judge Rauch, holds a lengthy trial against Jess Tyler, a caretaker deserted by his wife ten years before, who's accused of improper relations with his daughter Kady. ... See full summary »
Derek Bradshaw, a 33-year-old lawyer, courts and wins Amy Miller, an 18-year-old high school cheerleader. The affair progresses until she learns that he is married and has a family. During ... See full summary »
Janice is the subject of the town gossips for four reasons: she wears too much lipstick, her hair is too big, she is a single-mother and her two children are strange. Ray (6) is a ... See full summary »
Tina Lehmann is an auto mechanic who dreams of becoming a pop star. One day after work she sneaks onto the set of the TV music program 'Formel Eins' with her demo tape, and lands a job as a... See full summary »
Enter a world of sinfully funny send-ups of everyone's favorite vices. The laughs are on Denis Leary fallen in, "LUST", Joe Mantegna seduced by, "GREED", and Andrew Dice Clay roaring with, "ANGER". Watch as we turn their sordid lives into a living hell! Written by
You can fast-forward through Lust (a cutesy Boccaccio-like vignette), and Anger (the Diceman riding a one-joke pony about a guy ticked off because he has to buy tampons for his wife).
Greed, however, is pretty funny. Joe Mantagna is a producer for those TV movies of the week which are based on today's headlines. In order to beat his competitors to the hottest stories, he decides to go in for vertical integration .... creating his own tabloid crimes.
When his plan backfires he still gets sweet revenge by producing his own electrocution, with Pisa Zadora singing "My Way" on his behalf.
OK, It isn't "Annie Hall", but it has some laughs.
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