After quitting Magnitude, Tracy and Charlotte prepare to make a pitch for their new Internet company, TrustMom.com. But when Charlotte's ex-husband, Billy, fails to show up at the meeting, they are ...
With her due date only a week away, Tracy questions her decision to be a single parent. While Dr. Bryan says that the strange dreams she's been having are normal, Celia tells Tracy not to be alarmed ...
In their final semester of school, a group of six college friends get together to pull the ultimate prank on a fellow classmate. The joke goes awry, resulting in a series of tragic events. ... See full summary »
Kevin Patrick Walls,
Most people would aspire to be able to retire at the age of 35. And successful business executive David does just that when he decides to leave New York behind and move to Florida ... into ... See full summary »
Rebecca, from an upper class Los Angeles family, and Henry, from choir-singing, tradition-bound Midwestern roots, are in love. Henry pops the question just before Christmas and the kids ... See full summary »
Mike, Danny, and Rick are grown men who share a house in Chicago. They take on a fourth house mate, John, who is Mike's estranged first cousin. John's welcome to the house is crowned by his... See full summary »
John C. McGinley
The penthouse residing Conklin family of socialites and the basement dwelling McBride family of maintenance men find themselves unhappily linked when the heiress daughter and blue collar son fall in love.
Brian Van Holt,
"Oh Baby" is a wonderfully made show. Tracy decides her biological clock is ticking and she needs to start a family. After a lot of considering she decides artifical insemination is the way to go. The series shows Tracy as a struggling working Mom and along the way with her nagging Mother and her best friend Charlotte she tries to live a normal life as possible.
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