Dodger is sent to Los Angeles by his London Gangster father to retrieve his baby sister and the cash she ran away with. Things don't go as planned, putting Dodger and his new crew (Eddie, a... See full summary »
Martin Blank is a professional assassin. He is sent on a mission to a small Detroit suburb, Grosse Pointe, and, by coincidence, his ten-year high school reunion party is taking place there at the same time.
In an episode, Johnny Bishop mentions he was an underwear model. Al Santos, who plays Johnny, was an underwear model for Calvin Klein. See more »
Hey, check out how golden and downy these hairs are getting around my navel.
[Johnny pulls up his vest and Kevin becomes uncomfortable]
They're kind of soft like chest hair, but sexy like pubic hairs
Hey, what do you call this anyway?
I don't know. Like, chesty-pubey-tummy hair?
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So far "Grosse Pointe" seems to be one of those yet undiscovered treasures on television today. This sitcom has it all--a beautiful and funny cast, clever writing, romance, and hilarious comedy. How could you go wrong by watching it?
I personally love the character named Hunter (the one you love to hate). She gives Karen on "Will & Grace" a run for her money as the biggest sitcom diva out there right now.
Dave and Marcy also make the show a lot of fun with their sweet-natured characters. I really enjoy the episodes that center around these two's star-crossed situation.
Do yourself a favor and check out the best kept secret on primetime television. This show often seems even better than the shows that it parodies. If you like "Dawson's Creek," "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Melrose Place," "90210," or "Felicity," then you will LOVE "Grosse Pointe."
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