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In the 1980s, pay cable stations like HBO and Showtime had original programming. This is a sitcom about a wealthy divorcée, Diane Barrow, who gets her husband's football team in a scandalous divorce. Being the new team owner, she has a lot of learning too. The team is okay for now. Leslie Easterbrook is always divine and a welcome presence. This sitcom is a bit racy than television sitcoms of the time. Cable allowed more creative freedom in allowing sexual situations, language, etc., By today's standards, this show is tame. I never saw this sitcom until now. It's okay but not great! It's entertaining though! The sitcom is out on location in the football fields and other Southern California locations. Delta Burke shines here in the starring role.
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