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Eli Levinson (Alan Rosenberg) and Sydney Guilford (Mariel Hemingway) are top divorce attorneys in New York City. The dynamic changes when Charlie Howell (Peter Onorati) is hired and Eli takes a lower profile. Sydney and Charlie develop a flirtatious arrangement while concentrating on their client's problems.Written by
A cute, sexy, interesting show that combined the smoky sensuality of Mariel Hemingway with the earthy charms of Pete Onorati. Clever plots, interesting sub-text, and funny cameos failed to get this show renewed. At least Debi Mazar did OK with LA Law, and now of course Entourgage. Perhaps this show overlapped a little too strongly with Law, Levinson's Homicide, and Bochco's NYPD Blue. Wait, can anyone spot a pattern here?!?
This show arrived at the culmination of a 'golden age' of television pioneered by dramadies like 'Thirtysomething', 'Picket-Fences' 'My So-called life' and, of course 'The days and nights of Molly Dodd.' A classic that was pulled a little too soon. (And no, Mariel in 'Central Park West' didn't even come close.)
I still miss Mariel. (Anyone remember the nudie episode?)
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