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The Help 

Maria was on her way to becoming a beautician when her mother's illness forced the 22 year-old to come home to care for her. Maria's mom has since moved on to a better place. Maria has ... See full summary »

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Ron Leavitt
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Camille Guaty ...  Maria - Maid / ... 7 episodes, 2004
Al Santos ...  Ollie, the Chauffeur 7 episodes, 2004
Brenda Strong ...  Arlene Ridgeway, the Rich Lady 7 episodes, 2004
Mindy Cohn ...  Maggie, the Cook 7 episodes, 2004
Marika Dominczyk ...  Anna, the Nanny 7 episodes, 2004
Antonio Sabato Jr. ...  Dwayne, the Trainer 7 episodes, 2004
Tori Spelling ...  Molly the Dog Walker 7 episodes, 2004
Keri Lynn Pratt ...  Veronica Ridgeway, The Pop Star Daughter 6 episodes, 2004
Esther Scott ...  Doris 6 episodes, 2004
Jack Axelrod Jack Axelrod ...  Grandpa Eddie 5 episodes, 2004
David Faustino ...  Adam Ridgeway 5 episodes, 2004
Megan Fox ...  Cassandra Ridgeway 3 episodes, 2004
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Maria was on her way to becoming a beautician when her mother's illness forced the 22 year-old to come home to care for her. Maria's mom has since moved on to a better place. Maria has moved on as well - to be the maid for the insanely wealthy Ridgeway dynasty. As one of many servants who dote on the demented and dysfunctional family, Maria juggles extremely important tasks like dusting their many unread books, vacuuming their priceless rugs and picking up after their prized poodle Pookie. But the biggest surprise comes when Maria discovers there's not only a class struggle between the upstairs and the downstairs, but there's an all out war among The Help! Written by Anonymous

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WB [United States]

Country:

USA

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English

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5 March 2004 (USA) See more »

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[after she's fired, Nanny Anna decides to sleep her way to sucess]
Anna, the Nanny: Do not cry for me. I always land on my back.
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Quite possibly the stupidest show I've ever seen!
30 March 2004 | by rageistruthSee all my reviews

Everything about this show is bad. The "comedy..." The acting... The scripts... EVERYTHING. I decided to give it a try after hearing it touted as "the next Married with Children." Well, it's not. In reality, it's the next substandard sitcom regurgitated from the WB with the hopes of snagging an audience through repetitive jokes and T&A. None of the characters are likable; each seems more like a tired cliche.

The worst character is easily Tori Spelling's dog-walker. The little "rants" she goes on might have been slightly funny the first time she did one, but it happens in EVERY FRIGGIN' EPISODE! Who CARES!? If ever a show deserved to be cancelled, it's this one.


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