Heather loses the baby. Gwen tries to provide comfort, but clashes with her after Heather remarks that the miscarriage was probably best for the family. A sobbing Heather shows up at a board meeting ...
A female mayor (Victoria Principal) of Albuquerque gets embroiled in a fight over the development of a new economic center. In the midst of this, she receives blackmail photos of an ... See full summary »
Richard A. Colla
When insecure teenager Alex persuades his buddies James and Eric to go on a road trip through the Southwest for the summer, he doesn't tell them he's not planning to return. Along the way, they meet two girls who join them.
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Gregory C. Haynes
Maggie's (Victoria Principal) husband has met a 27 year old woman and wants a divorce after 22 years. Maggie moves back, starts working with her best friend as interior decorator and her first client is a 12 year younger handsome man.
Mary Kay Place
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Tommy 'Tiny' Lister,
Not an instant hit but grabbing average ratings, NBC decided to move the show from Wednesdays to Mondays in the middle of its run. A lack of promotion resulted in decreased ratings and soon the show's cancellation. See more »
Let's face it, if you're looking for intelligent, meaningful, enriching television - don't bother. However, if you miss Melrose Place and 90210, then this is your show. It's hard to feel sorry for these beautiful rich people, yet somehow I'm entranced to turn in each week, just like with Melrose and 90210.
If you want to watch this show, remove your thinking cap, sit back and enjoy. This show will not stimulate any of your brain cells, but you'll enjoy it none the less
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