High Society (1995– )

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Dot Emerson is a divorced mother who owns a successful publishing house, for which her best friend, Ellie, writes best-selling romance novels. Val enters the picture as Dot and Ellie's old ... See full summary »

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  • Mary McDonnell and Jean Smart in High Society (1995)
  • Mary McDonnell in High Society (1995)
  • Mary McDonnell, Jean Smart, and Faith Prince in High Society (1995)
  • Mary McDonnell and Jean Smart in High Society (1995)
  • Mary McDonnell, Jean Smart, and Dan O'Donahue in High Society (1995)

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Robert Horn, Daniel Margosis

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21 August 2000 | amykay
A nice try...
AbFab was successful in England. In fact, it was successful in America! Americans LOVE AbFab. So of course it made sense to try try try to make an American AbFab. AmFab, perhaps? But it just couldn't work. It could never work. Americans like to see themselves in a certain light. Sure, we drink. But the people we want to WATCH drinking are either funny southern/mountain folk, or angry violent urban youth... not middle-aged wealthy moms. Middle-aged wealthy moms have a pretty wide berth here, of course, but it just doesn't go that far. High Society may have offered less of everything we didn't want, but how could you really have anything resembling AbFab if you couldn't construct a situation where, say, Patsy wakes up in a garbage barge, and it's COMPLETELY RIGHT!?!

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