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4 episodes, 1996
Paul Michael Robinson ...  Carl O'Donnell 4 episodes, 1996
...  Sonya 4 episodes, 1996
...  Nadiel Perez 4 episodes, 1996
...  Vivian Cornell 4 episodes, 1996
...  Hector Moretti 4 episodes, 1996
June Chandler 4 episodes, 1996
...  Kendall Cornell 4 episodes, 1996
...  Hope Cornell 4 episodes, 1996
4 episodes, 1996
...  Alan Van Buren 4 episodes, 1996
Cynthia Hunter 4 episodes, 1996
Kairo 4 episodes, 1996
Peter Kenney 4 episodes, 1996
4 episodes, 1996
...  Picketeer 4 episodes, 1996
Caitlin O'Donnell ...  Lily McKenzie 4 episodes, 1996
Phil Peters 4 episodes, 1996
4 episodes, 1996
...  Dean's Secretary 4 episodes, 1996
Anneliza Scott 4 episodes, 1996
4 episodes, 1996
...  Collin Cornell 4 episodes, 1996
...  Michael McKenzie 4 episodes, 1996
...  Jake Trammel 4 episodes, 1996
4 episodes, 1996
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Krivica  »

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Off the cuff and off the air.
27 November 2003 | by See all my reviews

I noticed nobody'd reviewed this show, so this is about the best summary I can come up with:

This show ran from 1996 into some time in 1997 as I recall. George Hamilton (or maybe it was a reasonable facsimilie) was the boss of some corporation. The usual plotting, scheming, and whining that accompany soap operas went on in abundance.

One thing differentiated this show from everything else on TV: either the whole show was done improvisationally, or NONE of the actors ever studied their scripts. This led to rambling, stumbling, even swearing -- the kind not normally allowed on network TV.

This show did for soap operas what the Blair Witch Project did for the price of tea in China. It sucked, but at least nobody noticed.


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