Just when Hilary Booth (Melinda Mullins) is particularly frustrated at being consigned to the backwaters of Pittsburgh radio, her old mentor sends her young writer Euripides Moss (Harry ... See full synopsis »

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Mr. Foley
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Tom Eldridge
Margaret Hall ...
Gertude 'Gertie' Reece
Melinda Mullins ...
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Mackie Bloom
Amanda Naughton ...
Betty Roberts
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Scott Sherwood
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Just when Hilary Booth (Melinda Mullins) is particularly frustrated at being consigned to the backwaters of Pittsburgh radio, her old mentor sends her young writer Euripides Moss (Harry Hamlin), who has a new play for her and her husband Jeff Singer (Hugh O'Gorman). Feeling an opportunity to get back to Broadway, she suggests to her sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Sweet (Louie Zorich, Peggy Cass) that they might finance the play, to which they agree enthusiastically, but insist on a local tryout. Hilary decides to broadcast the tryout on WENN and appoints Mr. Foley (Tom Beckett) director. In rehearsal, Jeff and HIlary disagree on whether to play it with comedy or as a straight drama, and the Sweets confuse things further by strongly urging each of them in the opposite direction, so that when the on-air performance comes, it becomes an incoherent mess. Moss bursts into the studio demanding that they play it one way or the other, and when they can't decide, he puts it to a vote. Mr. Foley is ...

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23 August 1997 (USA)  »

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Euripides Moss: My play is about a woman...
Hilary Booth: Perfect
Euripides Moss: ...and a man...
Hilary Booth: Jeffery, it's as if he wrote it with us in mind.
Euripides Moss: I did Miss Booth. I've been following your career for years and years and years...
Hilary Booth: -Interrupting- Ah, you could have stopped a few years ago.
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