The show follows a young single mother raising two high school-age boys in Los Angeles while juggling multiple minimum-wage jobs. Masterson's character is stiffed on a paycheck and ... See full summary »
The year is 1956. American philosophy student Michael is traveling en route to India when he decides to stop at Links of Burningbush in Scotland for one last round of golf before giving up the game for good.
A young tomboy, Watts, finds her feelings for her best friend, Keith, run deeper than just friendship when he gets a date with the most popular girl in school. Unfortunately, the girl's old... See full summary »
Mary Stuart Masterson,
The show follows a young single mother raising two high school-age boys in Los Angeles while juggling multiple minimum-wage jobs. Masterson's character is stiffed on a paycheck and subsequently referred to a local nonprofit advocacy center for help in making her employer pay up. Intrigued by the agency's cases, she winds up with a job as a case worker for them. Written by
Mary Stuart Masterson is an excellent actress. Her two sons are wonderful (Gregory Smith is an up-and-comer who you will see in more major movies in a few years). Sandwiching this show between "That's Life" and "The District" was a good move. This show features many new issues facing a mother/son/son family. The only problem? 'Elvis' and 'Daniel' Brasher have the same hairstyles as kids at my school, which means they brush their hair forward and gel it. Yuck!!
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