Three ambitious but naive young women work together at a prestigious San Francisco law firm and deal with everyday problems including sexist supervisors, stern bosses, back-stabbing co-workers, and cheating boyfriends.
In this detective series with a comical note, Glenn Hall runs an unconventional flashy Private Detective agency in Los Angeles, and means business above all, never mind the rules, if she ... See full summary »
Paula Jai Parker,
Three young women, best friends and roommates, work at a prestigous, male-dominated law firm in San Francisco and deal with a variety of courtroom cases, legal depositions and other professional and personal matters.Written by
The show is set in San Francisco because creator David E. Kelley wanted a cosmopolitan setting. Previous Kelley shows have been set in Boston (including Ally McBeal (1997), The Practice (1997) and Boston Public (2000)) because Kelley believed it would be easier to get exterior footage shot in Boston if all of his shows were set there (although it turned out to be more expensive). See more »
Once again, David E. Kelley produced another crappy law show for Fox (and this after "Ally McBeal" got canned which was the best thing Fox had done in a LONG time), and by crappy, I DO mean crappy.
First off, how in the HELL could three friends be in the same law firm in the same city? In reality isn't that not likely? If my question is true than that just shows how DUMB T.V.'s been anymore. Besides, the three main characters, are whiny, and bratty, and for the most part: They were just plain annoying. This show was so bad I wanted to throw the remote at the T.V. due to how utterly bad this show was. Pretty much the usual crap we'd expect from the overrated David E. Kelley.
Frankly, the bottom line is that this show sucked, and I for one, was glad that it got canned. Garbage like this shouldn't be on T.V.
This gets no stars.
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