This show is a spin-off of "Who's the Boss?" Charlie Briscoe is a friend of Samantha Micelli's, who needs a new home. Trish Carlin is a friend of Angela's who runs a modeling agency for ... See full summary »
Copywriter Conrad Bloom is a "nice guy" in New York City whose life is filled with interesting women: His mother, his sister, an ex-girlfriend, his lady boss and a female co-worker. This ... See full summary »
A retired police officer is on a fresh career path as he rises to the challenge of being a newly single dad. His kids are grateful to him for making sure they're okay, but decide it's time for him to get out of the house, so they turn to Vanessa (Leah Remini), his former police partner, for help.
A creative executive, Gwen, and her long-time assistant, Terry are fired from their jobs. After 3 months, Gwen shows up at Terry's door, broke. Gwen cajoles Terry into going into business with her as equals, which proves difficult after their previous business relationship. Gwen also moves in with Terry and her brother, Danny. Gwen also has to fight off the advances of Danny's boss, Guy, who owns the bar below where the trio live.Written by
Every time I see a clock tower apartment on TV, usually on a real estate program, it reminds me of this great show. It made me want to live in one, I died when I saw a huge 4 clock tower penthouse on Selling New York, all glass with a glass elevator taking up the whole floor. I don't know why but this show made me wish to live in a clock tower with a spectacular view. I have a great view, but if I could remodel and money wasn't a problem, I would build my own space with a clock with a window seat.
The clock took me in, the show itself, when it wasn't being manipulated by NBC, was comedic genius, kept me there, I was sorry to see it go.
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