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A creative executive, Gwen, and her long-time assistant, Terry are fired from their jobs. After 3 months, Gwen shows up at Terry's door, broke. Gwen cajoles Terry into going into business with her as equals, which proves difficult after their previous business relationship. Gwen also moves in with Terry and her brother, Danny. Gwen also has to fight off the advances of Danny's boss, Guy, who owns the bar below where the trio live. Written by
This was an okay tv show. Not the best tv show NBC ever turned out (Seinfeld) but certainly not the worst (Suddenly Susan). In my opinion, the show was to short lived. Despite some imperfections, it was a good show. It was good actors and good writing. The only wrong with it, was it's timeslot. Yes, the competition killed it. Unfortunate.
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