Captures a generational moment - young people on the cusp of truly growing up, tiring of their reflexive cynicism, each in their own ways struggling to connect and define what it means to love and be loved.
Rachel is a quick-witted and lovable stay-at-home mom. Frustrated with the realities of preschool auctions, a lackluster sex life and career that's gone kaput, Rachel visits a strip club to spice up her marriage and meets McKenna, a stripper she adopts as her live-in nanny.
Jim Gaffigan does it again with his new stand-up Mr. Universe. Gaffigan jumps from topic to topic joking around with a varied number of topics. Some of the topics included are McDonalds, family, Disney World, and much more.
A struggling, middle-aged actress attempts to make a career in Hollywood, all while surrounded by her hard-drinking best friend Maryann, her two ex-husbands, Ira and Jeff, and her two ... See full summary »
Christine Baranski (Cybill) "Marsha Bickner" in the show, is a multi-talented woman she acts, sings. I think she that she is really good, in all the things she does. She was my favorite character in Cybill. She was and is witty. I enjoyed the show which has that New York, Seinfeld, Neil Simon, type of rhythm. The opening of the show has that Broadway theater type of entrance.
The script was very funny, and Christine Baranski is really good about playing those powerful yet excessively needy type of women.
I have always liked those shows where they do a live broadcast, such Mary Tyler Moore and Murphy Brown. Both of those shows ran many seasons. In the first episode of the show, that cocky guy asking why the guy from Indiana wore glasses, his answer was: to see! Duh, that was quite funny. I know that feeling. I had some lots of class mates in law school who wore glasses just to look smart! Ha! That is a reality for those who feel they have to live up to an image. I loved the show and wish it does well for many seasons to come.
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