Number 96 (1980–1981)

Roger Moves In 

Number 96 Pacific Way is a Southern California apartment building that shelters as many sexual shenanigans and personal peccadilloes as it does tenants. The opener introduces Roger Busky, ... See full summary »

Director:

Robert Scheerer

Writers:

David Lloyd (created by), Bob Ellison (created by) | 2 more credits »

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Number 96 Pacific Way is a Southern California apartment building that shelters as many sexual shenanigans and personal peccadilloes as it does tenants. The opener introduces Roger Busky, who's rebounding from a recent divorce; Jill and Mark Keaton, newlyweds who face the first strains in their marriage; and Marion and Max Quintzel, who feel that the secret to marital bliss is an open marriage. Written by Anonymous

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10 December 1980 (USA) See more »

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