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Versatile technician Nigel and daughter Annie MacIntyre, officially her producer, are the only people people classy Prudence McCoy lets intervene in the traditional show on household tips she presents, third generation. But the TV station was bought by a tycoon, who sends his son Michael Merchant to modernize the show, assisted by studio executive Jack Jameson, Prue's ex. That includes a make over and, even worse, co-host Angelica Adams, an immature bikini whether program presenter, who looks up to 'maternal' Prue. Her counter-move is no less daring. Written by KGF Vissers

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Perfectly Jane Seymour
9 January 2011 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Jane Seymour enlivens this Hall Channel TV movie sequel to 2008's DEAR PRUDENCE about a Martha-Stewart-like TV personality. This time there's a corporate takeover and an attempted makeover of the show and an old lover who reappears. Valerie Azlynn is quite funny as the ditzy weather bunny who is being foisted on the show in order to improve the -- harrumph! -- demographics.

Director Paul Schneider fills out the piece with some nice auctorial comments; as Miss Seymour and Katherine Flynn as her daughter and producer walk and talk about how to present a particular guest, they finish by noting it will be a 'walk and talk' and the camera offers the audience a nice flourish to let us know that is what we've just seen. A pleasant setting and competent actors make this one that is worth seeing.


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