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Veronica is the best romance expert around. Unfortunately, her expertise only works on others. After dumping her womanizing husband, she must build back her life and image through her company and with the help of its employees. Written by
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The final few episodes of Veronica's Closet never aired in the US, but they did tie up the series: Veronica and Perry got together and became a couple. Olive's internet company was bought out and she became a millionaire. She bought out June's half of the company to co-own it with Veronica. It turns out June was not as stupid a she made out and she actually pushed Alec into the volcano to get her hands on Veronica's Closet. Josh goes to the country with Brian to watch the autumn leaves fall. Leo, having pretended to be Josh to appease Brian's parents when they met his boyfriend, is so enamored by the sound of being in the country during autumn decides to go by bus. See more »
By Police Academy 5 I'd stopped worrying if they'd make it as police officers and just sat back to enjoy the fun.
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In step with the 30-something white collars and bras
Veronica's Closet is a sophisticated "sitcom," obviously aimed at the thirtysomething, fortysomething demographics. A lot of its humor is probably too subtle for the x-gen, even the high school graduates. Kirstie Alley and Kathy Najimy are old pros who play off one another with a grace and professionalism that's a joy to watch. Ron Silver was probably brought in to add star quality to the production and he succeeds admirably. His style is definitely "old school suave and debonair." Dan Cortese, Wallace Langham, and Daryl Mitchell provide the thirtysomething flavor, sexy young men who fill three slots: darkly handsome, boy-next-door, and even more darkly sexy. The humor is right on, just what you'd expect in a workplace called Veronica's Closet.
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