A writer in need of a job reluctantly agrees to work for her father's women's magazine.
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The original set was drastically different from the one used in the series. One such difference was an opulent staircase that led up to Nina's office. Wendie Malick was disappointed that the staircase was removed, as it provided her character with the opportunity to make distinct and comedic entrances. Malick unsuccessfully lobbied for the staircase's return throughout much of the series' run. See more
Maya says that her birthday (January 1), is 11 months away, meaning that this episode takes place in February. But no one is wearing winter attire. The clothes that everyone is wearing suggests that the episode takes place in spring or summer. See more
Bill? It's me, Maya Gallo. Are you sure you want to lead with a story on strippers? What would I lead with? Well, call me crazy, but it is election night.
References The Lion King