Former major-leaguer Tony Micelli and his daughter Samantha arrive at the Connecticut household of executive Angela Bower, where Tony has taken a job as live-in housekeeper. The Bowers are an interesting family, to say the least. Angela is uptight and obsessed with her work. Her son Jonathan is shy and lacks self-esteem, and her mother, Mona, is a man-hungry vixen. Tony soon wins them over with his laid-back style, and the Bowers soon begin to loosen up. Over time, romantic tensions begin to surface between Angela and Tony, and we see the children grow up.
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Did You Know?
German network RTL showed a German version of the show called Ein Job für's Leben
(1993) ("A Life-Time Job"). The scripts and every single joke of the original's 1984-1985 season were translated, but it was canceled after one season. "Ein Job für's Leben" was preceded by a British version, The Upper Hand
(1990), starring Honor Blackman
, which fared somewhat better despite also being a direct translation instead of an adaptation or reinvention. It was canceled in 1996. See more
But here's the thing... Uhm... Did I ever tell you how terrific you are and how happy I am with this job?
I feel a "but" coming on.
Nonono, no buts. HOWEVER...
Referenced in Talking Dead: The Cell
Brand New Life
Music by Blake Hunter and Robert Kraft
Lyrics by Larry Carlton
Performed by Steve Wariner (Seasons 1 and 2), Larry Weiss (Seasons 3 - 5), Jonathan Wolff
(Seasons 6 - 8) See more