Four friends live in a occasional peaceful co-existence in New York. Love-seeking Annie; womanizing Roger; and married Elliot work together in a Manhattan personnel agency trying to get by ... See full summary »
Jack, a garage manager and waitress April Nardini are childhood sweethearts still struggling after years of marriage. Son Chris is a bruiser, Michael labors to pay for school, and Gemmy is ... See full summary »
If you saw this (especially if you saw it with SOULMATES), you were being tested for the products in the commercials. You likely filled out a survey on several products, then were shown the TV shows under the lie that your reviews would be used in the production of the shows or future shows. They told you that you would see commercials so the experience would be the same as it was when you watch the shows at home. After the shows were finished, you had a second survey of the products. This was to see if the ads had any effect and if you changed your results.
NOTHING about this has ANYTHING to do with these TV shows. It's a marketing scam to get you to watch the ads and test their effectiveness.
DON'T waste your time on this nonsense.
BTW, SOULMATES (a drama) was funnier than THE CITY.
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