Patty is a no-nonsense tomboy and the queen of her cul-de-sac, where she's reigned for 40 years. But when flirty, sexy Rose, an arch enemy from Patty's past, moves in next door and invades Patty's territory, the queen declares war. And the old gals fight the only way they know how - over a man, Patty's gullible and unsuspecting neighbor, Sterling. Soon, Patty brings her granddaughter into the fray - sweet little Candy - in hopes that Sterling's wealthy son, Lance, will marry Candy and be a father to her unborn child. Not to be outdone, Rose introduces Lance to Ruth, her studious, timid granddaughter, in hopes that Lance will marry Ruth and she will become a mother to Lance's wild child, Dolly. Written by
This is like Grumpy Old Men, but with women.
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The animated inserts, which help to punch up the comedy, were the brain child of director/producer Frank Oliver. At first designed to be a cheap way to produce the special effects (like the cat/toad kidnapping and the ensuing chase), the animated inserts soon became a vehicle to augment the comedy and provide some quick elements of the characters' back-stories. See more