A brother and sister broadcast a public access talk show from the basement of their local library in order to live out their fantasies and escape the legacy of their dearly departed mother, a B-movie actress.
A long-lost engagement ring still divides childhood sweethearts who are now in their golden years. Now, her daughter (Heaton) and his nephew meet and find that their attraction is hindered by the old feud.
Tony Lo Bianco
TV producer Jill Kurland reluctantly lets her widowed mom Edie move in with her in NYC. They squabble especially when Edie gets a job on the same show. Ken is Edie's new friend, Naomi a ... See full summary »
I stumbled across this show one morning and gave it a go because I love Patty and her work. However, this show is quite a disappointment. The interactions seem very rigid and you can feel the feigned enthusiasm and discomfort her guests are experiencing. It doesn't seem like anyone genuinely wants to be there. You can't tell if this is because they are awkward in front of a camera or because the supposed friendships are not reciprocal. The recipes are strange and really don't suck you in with interest. It just seems like Patty and her guests were just throw in front of a cooking show camera and asked to wing it. I don't know what's worse: the show or the fact that the insufferable Pioneer Woman is aired afterward.
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