If you know the plot of Two Broke Girls then you know Lush Life. Lori Petty is a struggling quirky artist and her roommate was more well off. Four of the seven episodes were aired when the show was cancelled.
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 Georgia 'George' Sanders (7 episodes, 1996)
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 Margot Hines (7 episodes, 1996)
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 Hamilton Ford Foster (7 episodes, 1996)
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 Lance Battista (7 episodes, 1996)
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 Nelson 'Margarita' Marquez (7 episodes, 1996)
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 Hal Gardner (7 episodes, 1996)
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If you know the plot of Two Broke Girls then you know Lush Life. Lori Petty is a struggling quirky artist and her roommate was more well off. Four of the seven episodes were aired when the show was cancelled.

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Two best friends. One gets in trouble. The other is trouble. See more »

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9 September 1996 (USA)  »

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Margot: They're going to shut off the phone.
George: Have you lost your mind? What color is this bill?
Margot: Pink.
George: EXACTLY! We don't pay it til it's blue. When it turns blue, we pay them $20 and KAPOW, it turns back to pink!
Margot: How about the water and electric bills?
George: Same procedure, orange and green.
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Only The Good Die Young.

It's been eight years and I am still aching over the loss of "Lush Life." Wonderful characters, struggling urbanites getting by and sharing a cramped but colorful studio apartment in the city. Hysterically funny situations. "Lush Life" was canceled after the first episode, and only three episodes ever aired. I wish I taped them. Did you? Can we work out a deal? This was a truly original and hilarious show. I loved the episode where all their gay friends are trying to pose as Margot's boyfriend to ward off her ex. Or how 'bout when George fakes her own death so her paintings will sell for more money? This was way funnier and way more realistic depiction of being young and poor in the big city than "Friends" or "Sex and the City," two shows that honestly blew.


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