Sara McKenna is fresh out of law school and decides to share a practice with three other lawyers, including best friend Rozalyn. Secretary Helen watches over the office, especially Marty ... See full summary »
Leo and Liz Green suddenly become wealthy so decide to join upper society in Beverly Hills with their daughter Mitzy. They move next to the snooty Feddersons while employing two daffy types Leonard and Lucille as handyman and maid.
Based upon the true story of "Sonny" Wisecarver. In 1944, Sonny made headlines nationwide due to his affairs with 2 older adult women. (ie. He was so irresistible, that he was a danger to ... See full summary »
Phil Alden Robinson
This was an hysterical episode that starred Howard Hessman as a bitter cartoonist, enslaved by his adorable creations "The HoneyBunnies", and unable to do "serious" work. How he resolves his dilemma was one of the funniest things I've ever seen on network TV. I too wish they would release this show on DVD. It's probably disintegrated by now though. :( I don't have a lot more to say about this show, as I really only remember this episode. But with all the old shows being trotted out for resurrection on DVD, perhaps there is still hope. Maybe someday there will be a George Burns retrospective, and this could becomes part of it. I believe he was actually in a couple of the shows, though mostly he was the host, doing the same kind of commentary he did on the old Burns and Allen Show.
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