Billie, a woman in her 30's, wants to settle down and have a family. When she tells her boyfriend James this, he tells her he doesn't want that, so they break up. She gets drunk and hooks ... See full summary »
33 year old marketing executive (Anderson) who is downsized and comes up with an unusual solution. He puts himself on an African adoption agency Website claiming to be a four year old named... See full summary »
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English archaeology professor 'Dolly' Parton's team handles high-profile (notably relic) finds. Often those prove relevant in the present, as such and/or as symbol for a cause. So the team ... See full summary »
President Gilcrest and his trophy wife are living in the White House, with their overachieving daughter sidetracked by pregnancy, a couch potato hopeless son, a genius young son, and an odd middle school girl.
A free spirited yoga instructor finds true love in a conservative lawyer and they got married on the first date. Though they are polar opposites; her need of stability is fulfilled with him, his need of optimism is fulfilled with her.
I like Jenna Elfman, but the downfall of this show is that she plays a character that most women cannot possibly identify with. Tall, skinny and lovely may appeal to the male audience, but if Elfman would eat a couple sandwiches, put on a few pounds, that may have helped her case with the female audience.
Also, she got together with the guy too quickly. There was no wooing stage, no build-up (like Cheers' Sam and Diane). And the guy wasn't even all that appealing.
I truly hope that Elfman gets another sitcom opportunity, perhaps as a costar or part of an ensemble cast. I'm not sure she has what it takes to carry a show on her own.
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