As America celebrates its 200th birthday, two generations of friends and neighbors in a Chicago suburb explore new freedoms and seek connections with each other in the midst of the socio/sexual revolution.
Nellie is divorced by wealthy Jack Givens because after a miscarriage even in vitro fails to overcome her infertility. She finds herself destitute as her own accounts were plundered by ... See full summary »
This show should have been given at least one more season, (if not many more). It was excellent in so many ways. The characters interactions were believable, funny, caring, challenging while making tough decisions. But helped the patients feel good about them, even if their was an amputation or a death. Every episode brought all of these things together with the promise of an even better one the following week. So many shows have endings that are bad, in the way that when we were growing up there was always a happy ending. This show doesn't necessarily have the traditional happy endings, but at least you have a 'feel good' ending. Also I loved how the character's were like onions, peeling back the layers and at the end were used to make a wonderful salsa.
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