A party girl starts a new life as an employee at a family-run bookstore.

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 Skyler Dayton (20 episodes, 2005-2006)
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 Stuart Miller (20 episodes, 2005-2006)
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 Harold March (20 episodes, 2005-2006)
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 Gavin P. Miller (19 episodes, 2005-2006)
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 Katrina (19 episodes, 2005-2006)
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Skyler Dayton is tired of her non-stop partying lifestyle and bad choices in boyfriends. Wanting a major life change, she wanders into "The Stacks," a small family-run bookstore owned by Gavin Dewitt and his brother, Stuart. Divorced and unlucky in love himself, Gavin's inclined to regard Skyler as an embodiment of the vacuous, image-obsessed culture he has come to abhor. Stuart, however, is dazzled by Skyler's beauty and, much to Gavin's horror, offers her a job at their store, which she happily accepts as the first step in her quest for a steadier lifestyle. Unhappy that she's going to be minding the till next to such an intimidating bombshell is the store's sole other employee, Katrina, who doles out doses of realism and cynicism. Rounding out the characters is the store's one steady customer, Harold March a preeminent but retired rocket scientist. Written by JustAli25

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She Sells Books. Like You Care.

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13 April 2005 (USA)  »

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Tom Everett Scott was originally cast as Gavin, and even filmed the pilot episode. The producers, however, decided that Scott played the character a little too laid back, and not neurotic enough. So the part was recast with Elon Gold, and the pilot was filmed again with only a couple weeks before the show was supposed to debut. See more »

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Featured in Comedy Central Roast of Pamela Anderson (2005) See more »

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Real Sit-Com Entertainment
11 March 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Pamela Anderson hits a home run with this show. She is very comfortable as this character, and this ensemble works perfectly together along with consistent writing. A very simple set-up, using almost exclusively one setting, dialog is fresh and funny without being busy or repetitive. All characters are well-played by confident staff. This is a quintessential example of a situation-comedy: not preachy, not pushy, not offensive, and not boring. Unusually fresh and relaxed, it is a pleasure and true enjoyment to watch. Too bad people will remember Anderson for 2nd rate products like "VIP", and a shining performance like this goes largely unknown.


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