Olga, Masha, and Irina Prozoroff lead lonely and purposeless lives following the death of their father who has commanded the local army post. Olga attempts to find satisfaction in teaching ... See full summary »
New York-writer Arthur Garment moves to L.A. to write a book about his hatred of the city and its vapid and superficial culture, however, the longer he remains there, he finds himself growing increasingly fond of it.
In a small Russian town at the turn of the century, three sisters (Olga, Irina, and Masha) and their brother Andrei live but dream daily of their return to their former home in Moscow, ... See full summary »
Three sisters live alone in a small village family house in the high mountains of the Yunan region. Their parents are nowhere to be seen. The three little girls send their days working in ... See full summary »
Otis Drexell is a corporate raider who is known for getting the deal done. He is then caught red handed for dodging taxes, and given a suspended sentence so long as he works as a school ... See full summary »
Nate and Marni are complete opposites; Nate's comes from a long line of geniuses who all eventually go insane. Then there's Marni, an occupational therapist and everlasting optimist. ... See full summary »
Last night was supposed to be my big night to help you out, and you completely blew me off. You didn't listen to a word of my advice. I don't know why you came to me in the first place.
Neither do I.
Okay, now I think we see what happens when you don't come to me for advice.
Okay. You know what, Bess? There are some things I share with Annie, and some things I share with you. You get money, career, and what a flake Annie is; she gets sex, and what a bitch you are. It all evens out.
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It was a cute show that in the tradition of shows like "Wings" and "Yes, Dear!" really should have lasted a little longer. Diane Cannon was great and some of the story lines were very pertinent. David Alan Basche played perfectly against Vicki Lewis' dry wit and A.J. Langer's quirkiness. The second seasons addition of Paul Hipp, as Elliott, and Brian Scolaro, as Gordon, were a good touch. Vicki Lewis' story line with Elliott brought a great dimension to the lighter story lines. Also, the "Playboy Bunnies Reunion" episode, has plenty of merit!
I'm sorry it didn't last. I've got a few episodes still on tape, but I would like them all! I'd like to know if anyone out there has any copies that can be posted.
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