Two brothers, Alex and Louis Thomas, open a small restaurant in New Jersey with their mother, Rita. On their opening night, Louis sleeps with the daughter of a notorious and very ruthless ...
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The everyday lives of working-class inhabitants of Albert Square, a traditional Victorian square of terrace houses surrounding a park in the East End of London's Walford borough. The square includes the Queen Vic pub and a street market.
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Two brothers, Alex and Louis Thomas, open a small restaurant in New Jersey with their mother, Rita. On their opening night, Louis sleeps with the daughter of a notorious and very ruthless mafia boss, who burns down their home and restaurant, forcing the Thomas family to flee to Los Angeles. There, Alex and Louis find work at a prestigious Beverly Hills restaurant, where they both fall in love with the same woman, Andrea, the beautiful daughter of the restaurant's wealthy owner. This sets off a chain of events and now their lives will never be the same again. As the intrigue mounts, and the mafia is hot on their trail, Alex and Louis are faced with added danger, as the bonds of brotherly love are threatened by betrayal. Written by
I am sorry. I am so sorry that one of our TVs has decided to air it. It seems that the screenplay writers had absolutely no intention to do anything. Give them mediocre actors with pretty faces, and that's it. Sitcoms like this make Hillary Duff like Sir Lawrence Olivie. None of the performers can be remembered, the plot is absolutely awful, writing so bad it makes me thinking it has been done by second grade schoolboy. Remember - to be pretty does NOT necessarily mean you CAN act. Especially when you have such bad script. To the script writers - please, please watch more Latino soaps, they are much more meaningful of what you've created.
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