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Sensitive, introspective adults or self-absorbed, whiny yuppies? That debate still rages around this drama series about a group of close-knit friends in Philadelphia. Michael and Elliot, colleagues at a large ad agency, leave those jobs to open an agency of their own. Hope, Michael's overachieving wife, finds her attention divided between their new baby, Janey, and her dreams of becoming a publishing executive. Elliott's wife, Nancy, likewise has had to give up her former bohemian life as an aspiring artist to raise their two children. Melissa, Michael's photographer cousin, covets both a stellar career and a stunningly handsome life partner. Gary, the college professor who is Michael's best friend, is chronically afflicted with Peter Pan syndrome. And Ellyn, Hope's longtime friend, is a neurotic businesswoman.

Air Dates: 1987 - Present

Genres: Drama

Network: ABC

  • Season 4, Ep. 6 : The Guilty PartyNov 13, 1990

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    Hope throws a surprise party for Michael to ease her guilt over attention to the baby; guest Renee Taylor.

  • Season 4, Ep. 5 : The Haunting of DAAOct 30, 1990

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    Michael (Ken Olin) is haunted by one of the agency's founders when he works to cut down on the DAA staff.

  • Season 4, Ep. 4 : The DistanceOct 16, 1990

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    Susannah's New York job offer threatens her relationship with Gary; Ellyn ponders her relationship with Jeffrey.

  • Season 4, Ep. 3 : ControlOct 9, 1990

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    Miles (David Clennon) dates Melissa (Melanie Mayron) when she begins working for Michael (Ken Olin); Ellyn and Jeffrey (Polly Draper, Richard Gilliland) move in together.

  • Season 4, Ep. 1 : Prelude to a BrisSep 22, 1990

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    When Hope gives birth to a son, Michael is forced to decide whether they should follow Jewish tradition.

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