Susan Lucci, sulphurous brunette, gives way, as often, in the arms of her lover, Philip Casnoff. And as usually when she returns at her, she kisses her daughter Lauren Collins before facing her husband, John O'Hurley, a fantastically wealthy financier... The heroine does not regrettably succeed in bewitching the televiewer. The dialogues are hollow and the insipid persons.
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