Alice O'Connor is ambitious; she dreams of being a writer in New York City. Then she discovers that her biological father is Bram Shepherd, the author of a well-known novel that is required... See full summary »

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Alice O'Connor is ambitious; she dreams of being a writer in New York City. Then she discovers that her biological father is Bram Shepherd, the author of a well-known novel that is required reading on every college campus. She goes to meet him and finds that he's deep in debt and an egocentric womanizer who hasn't written anything worthwhile in decades - still, they manage to make a start at developing a father/daughter relationship. Written by Ruth Suehle

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Great series
6 October 2002 | by (Greenwood,SC) – See all my reviews

The series is about Alice O'Connor (Howard) wanted to be a writer in New York City and she finds out that her biological father is Bram Shepherd (Molina) a novelist and the show is titled "Bram and Alice" from the people of "Fraiser".

The show stars Alfred Molina as novelist Bram Shepherd with Traylor Howard as Alice O'Connor, with Roger Bart as Paul Newman (now to be confused with the motion picture star) Katie Finnerman as Katie and Michael Rispoli as Michael.

The show airs on CBS-TV at 8:30 p.m. Eastern/7:30 p.m. Central on Sunday Nights.

The pilot episode is well-written and a cast of talented actors and actress.

I give the show 9 1/2 out of 10. Great series.


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