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I also saw this show as a "supposed" TV pilot preview, but i realized that we weren't actually reviewing the show for future prime time viewing, but instead we were being used for the commercial viewings. The ploy being used to present this viewing is that "Hollywood" is considering bringing Valerie Harper back to prime time television. To be sure this show will never see the light of day on prime time television, the show was barely passable. Valerie Harper was her usual funny self, but with such an 80's style presentation, it really detracted from the show. The overall script was lame and unimaginative with the usual squibble between characters that so epitomizes sitcoms of the '80s.
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