Working It Out (1990– )

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Sarah and David are divorced single-parents who are content to live that way until they meet each other in a cooking class in Manhattan. The episodes illustrate their courtship.


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Creator:

Bill Persky

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22 April 2005 | vpoholek
Gentle, sweet comedy 2.5 out of 4 stars
I remember this comedy as sweet and gentle and funny and sweet. It starred Jane Curtin and Stephen Collins as two lonely but skittish single parents who meet in cooking school. They were trying to get out of the house, and they both take a continuing education-type class at a local school or restaurant. They both seem hurt from their divorces, and feel unsure about how to approach socializing and (*gasp*) dating again. When they meet, it's sweet. Not exciting, as this show was never exciting, but really sweet. Mild hijinks ensue. They attempt a first date, a first conversation, a first kiss, and a first intimate encounter. Everything that goes wrong, does. But mildly. And sweetly. Good acting, believable dialogue, nice production.

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Release Date:

22 August 1990

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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