A massage therapist looking to overcome her addictions and reconnect with her son, whose father is an anthropologist in South America studying the Yanomani people, moves in with a wealthy ex-client in New Jersey.
Jewel and Adam are two totally different Los Angeles teenagers who meet and fall in love with one another at first sight. But their sudden romance is threatened by the different feuding families they come from. Jewel's liberal Jewish father, Larry Goldman, is an entrepreneur who specializes with pornography as well as some not-entirely-legal ties, while Adam's conservative Catholic father, Tom Roam, a city district attorney, is obsessed with bringing Goldman down in any way possible. The only thing both men have in common is a personal vow to halt the 'Romeo and Juliet-type' romantic union between their teenage children at all costs.Written by
I'll be totally honest i was dying to see "skin". I definitely wondered how they were going to tackle certain touchy subjects on network tv. so now that i've seen two shows i'm not even sure why i bothered. the show is an utter and complete bore. olivia wilde definitely has the potential to be a very interesting presense but i'm sure we will never get to see any evidence of this. hopefully bruckheimer will remember her later on down the line and put her in one of his loud films.
i was hoping skin was going to be like the nip/ tuck of the porn world but it's more like a slick after school special written by someone's mom who saw a porn once and was completely traumatized.
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