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Veronica Chase (Kirstie Alley) is the best romance expert around. Unfortunately, her expertise only works on others. After dumping her womanizing husband, she must build back her life and image through her company, and with the help of its employees.Written by
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The final few episodes of this show never aired in the U.S., but they did tie up the series: Veronica Chase (Kirstie Alley) and Perry Rollins (Dan Cortese) got together and became a couple. Olive Massery's (Kathy Najimy's) internet company was bought out and she became a millionaire. She bought out June's (Lorri Bagley's) half of the company to co-own it with Veronica. It turns out June was not as stupid as she made out, and she actually pushed Alec Bilson (Ron Silver) into the volcano to get her hands on "Veronica's Closet". Josh Blair (Wallace Langham) goes to the country with Brian (Alan F. Smith) to watch the autumn leaves fall. Leo Michaels (Daryl Mitchell), having pretended to be Josh to appease Brian's parents when they met his boyfriend, is so enamored by the sound of being in the country during autumn, he decides to go by bus. See more »
OK, I don't know what all you people are talking about. The 3rd season of this sitcom SUCKED.
The first season, on the other hand, was brilliant - it was laugh-out-loud funny (a whole lot better than the boring, repetitive "Friends"), and it satirised the fashion industry and all its air-head models so...beautifully.
I never missed an episode. I would watch each one about 3 times until the following week's episode. But once Hunter came in and took over the company, I felt physically sick. "NO!" I thought. After that, the sitcom got worse and worse, what with the boring Alec Bilson (Ron Silver) and the excruciatingly unfunny 3rd season featuring the great June (one of the redeeming but under-used features of that season). I have not seen those "final-and-previously-unaired" episodes, as I lost interest in the show.
But I wish NBC would just take the show from the first season, before Hunter took over the company, and carry it on from there. Correct the mistakes; forget everything that happened afterwards, don't introduce anybody new (ALWAYS a mistake, in my opinion), keep the great characters of Veronica's dad Pat and ex-husband Bryce, and let "Veronica's Closet" save itself from itself.
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