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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A very funny show, which should have been given a chance
17 January 2003 | by (Bethesda, MD) – See all my reviews

Alfred Molina is one of the most brilliant actors of our time. The show was well written and wonderfully acted. The show was given no chance. It was at a bad time and half the times it aired it was competing with the world series. Had this show not been canceled so early in it's run, CBS would have had a huge success.


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