Billie, a woman in her 30's, wants to settle down and have a family. When she tells her boyfriend James this, he tells her he doesn't want that, so they break up. She gets drunk and hooks ... See full summary »
Kat and Bianca Stratford may be sisters, but all comparisons end there. Kat is an outspoken, independent feminist, while Bianca is a social butterfly who wants nothing more to be popular, ... See full summary »
Although the fact that Jessie is not Jewish is a major source of concern to Judith, Stacey Farber is Jewish in real life. See more »
You can see many Montreal's landmarks. IE the Orange Julep (big orange ball) in the opening theme. Orange Julep is famous in Montreal for, obviously, its sweet orange juice. Also, in front of The Veg "coffee" shop, you can see one of Montreal's parking pole. Meanwhile, you can notice the license plate on both Bellow's cars (Tom's and Ben's cars). Both license plates are from Ontario and not Quebec while it's happening in Montreal, Quebec. See more »
Yes I Do
Performed by Hawksley Workman and Dolly
Written by Hawksley Workman (as Ryan Corrigan) (SOCAN) & Greg Johnston (SOCAN)
Published by Hawksleytown Publishing (SOCAN) administered by Peermusic Canada Inc., Blackfoot South Music Inc./Southern Music Pub. Co. Canada Ltd. (SOCAN) See more »
Next door neighbors Jessie Hill (Stacey Farber) and Tom Bellow (Michael Seater) impulsively get married at 18. Her parents are hippies while his parents are conservative. The two families are forced together.
Everybody's extremely likable. The young actors are sweet and attractive. The only problem is that it's a rather safe 8 o'clock show. It lacks the edge that could have distinguished it. It did last 2 years on CBC. That's better than most shows.
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