Henry and Kip are two advertising designers who had a real problem with finding a place to live. At the beginning, the sole place they could afford was condemned, but they only found out when the wrecking ball was smashing up the place while they were sleeping. A female friend suggested they stay at her building, but the snag is that the place is for women only. In desperation, they assume the identities of the women Hildegard and Buffy in order to rent a room. Now as they pursue their dream of success in the ad business, they also struggle to keep their deception at the apartment building so they won't be evicted, but the beautiful neighbours they have are a constant temptation.
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Did You Know?
This, along with concurrent movie releases of the time like Tootsie, Yentl, and Victor Victoria, was meant to play on the transphobia of the audiences. AUdience members of that time could never conceive of two cross dressing or transgender characters being in any way serious or role models. That would come much later on television on shows like "Orange is the New Black." See more
In a second season episode, an opening shot of Kip and Henry's building shows a California flag flying outside. It's obvious stock footage of a downtown Los Angeles office building. See more
Kip 'Buffy' Wilson
Life is just a bowl of green oxtails.
A different theme was used on the USA Network reruns. The alternate theme,"Shake Me Loose", was performed by Stephanie Mills. See more
Referenced in Return of the Secaucus Seven