Four women in a Manhattan real-estate office trade quips about men, love, relationships and sex in this workplace sitcom high on visual appeal, but low on bona fide laughs. The setup recalls `Designing Women,' but the show's quality does not.
Gayle King has a cameo as the ladies hit Chicago to see “Oprah,” but Ava loses one of the tickets after their long night in a dive hotel. Meanwhile, Sellers and Charlie have their own Oprah experience. Anthony: Brian Jarvis. John: Mark Christopher Lawrence.
Meetings at Charlie's new nightclub include Lola and a billionaire; Emerson and a Bush; Chloe and a working man; and Ava and her actor husband's popularity. Dick: Michael Weaver. Danushka: Adrianne Curry. Driver: Marco Sanchez. Skip: Jon Prescott.
Chloe meets a man who wants her to eat; Ava prepares to tell Scott her real age; Lola sees Sellers professionally to explore her attraction to gay men. Craig: John Ducey. Scott: Andrew Walker. Madison: Jamie Strange. Mrs. Ives: Dale Raoul. Ives: Mark Ankeny. Ava: Gail O'Grady. Lola: Sofía Vergara. Chloe: Nicole Sullivan.
A night of mourning the death of Lola's pet chicken leads to drinking and dialing, and the arrival of Chloe's critical, meddlesome mother (Christine Estabrook). Dylan: Richard W. Blake. Super: Kevin Brief. John: Shawn Christian. Chloe: Nicole Sullivan. Lola: Sofía Vergara. Ava: Gail O'Grady.
In the series pilot, a client seeks a home for herself and her fiancé, with whom Ava and Chloe are both intimately familiar. Graham: Greg Cromer. Emerson: Christina Moore. Ava: Gail O'Grady. Chloe: Nicole Sullivan.