Catherine's world goes to pieces when she learns from the police that her husband Donald got killed - shot in the apartment of a prostitute! To her he was a model husband, determined to ... See full summary »
John Ritter returns to TV in a genial sitcom, playing an aide to a senator (Gaynes). His life is somewhat complicated by his wife (Post)'s father (Asner) having spent a long stretch in ... See full summary »
Billy Bob Thornton
Mrs. Maxwell has a problem. She killed her abusive husband, but he won't stay dead. Now he comes to her bedroom door every night for her, but cannot enter as long as she keeps the gaslight ... See full summary »
Kate Armstrong Ross,
"Muffin Top: A Love Story" is the story of Suzanne (Cathryn Michon) a Women's Studies Pop Culture professor at Malibu University, who studies images of women in the media for a living, and ... See full summary »
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Crime fighting duo Electra Woman and Dyna Girl are small-town heroes with no real powers. After a cleaning up of their little city, these two super friends are about to make it to the big time. Swept up in the star-studded glamor of Hollywood, Electra Woman (Grace Helbig) soon finds everything she's ever dreamed of: fame, fortune, a new arsenal of high-tech gadgets, the attention of every super-stud in town - but Dyna Girl (Hannah Hart) wonders what price must be paid for her newfound stardom? When the city falls into crisis, Electra Woman and Dyna Girl must battle evil dilemmas, growing egos and - of course- supervillains. If they want to save the day, they'll have to save each other first.
Judy mentions that Lori's arch-nemesis Glitter Rock is out on parole. Glitter Rock was a prominent villain in the original series, and here they flash a magazine article with a photo of producer Sid Krofft dressed as the character. See more »
Oh my God, you're her! You're Electra Woman!
You can call my Lori. And I haven't changed that much, have I?
Well, I'm pretty sure you didn't used to smell like cigarettes and maccaroni and cheese.
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I managed to acquire a copy of the presentation/pilot for the proposed series of Electra Woman and Dyna Girl (starring Markie Post). I was very impressed. The show took all the best parts of the original series and ditched a lot of the bad ones. Having Electra Woman/Lori be a drunken sleaze that lives in a trailer was so funny (she became that way because DynaGirl/Judy became a supermodel and left with Electra Woman's husband). Overall, the show was VERY entertaining and I could definitely see where it was headed. From what I understand, villains from the old series were supposed to return (I know there was talk of the return of Glitter Rock) and the biggest villain to come to the show was going to be the ORIGINAL DynaGirl (they were going to see about getting Judy Strangis to reprise the show - now what could be cooler than THAT?!). I think the cult status the original series has gained would have attracted an audience; but the show itself would have carried it beyond that. It was almost like showing you the grown-up version of the show now that we're older. The Network Definitely missed out by not picking up this show. This was done in 2001 and the new series costumes were sold at an auction - I doubt there's going to be a second chance for this,... pity.
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