Out of boredom, Dick, Sally and Harry go to another parallel universe via the shower and end up in New York. Dick is a lawyer, Sally writes sex(y) columns and Harry is the boss of a major television network. They meet Tommy, who's known about this parallel universe for quite some time, who's very successful at Saturday Night Live (1975).
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Did You Know?
The opening jazz version of the theme music and font for the credits, mimic the style of Woody Allen films, most of which are about life in New York. See more
Sally's shoes change from heels to boots within the same scenes, between credits. See more
References I'll Take Manhattan
Love For Sale
Composed by Cole Porter
Performed by Jane Curtin See more