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Ellie's (Jean Smart) book tour is sidetracked by her college nemesis, Val (Faith Prince), who comes between Ellie and her publisher, best friend Dott Emerson (Mary McDonnell).
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Worried that her son is spending too much time with Val, Dott enlists Ellie's help in winning back her son's devotion by cooking him a meal. Meanwhile, Ellie and Stephano compete for the affections of Ellie's new bodyguard Wolf.
Ellie's scheme to get Val out of her hair backfires when Val's estranged husband (Robert Clohessy) arrives to sweet-talk his wife back to New Jersy -- and ends up making a pass at Ellie.
Stephano quits after a fight with Ellie, and a desperate Dott hires Val as his replacement.
Ellie is suffering from writer's block as the deadline for her latest novel passes, and Dott goes all out to break her out of it.
Dott falls headlong for a motivational speaker, and Ellie goes to extremes to get her name in the tabloids.
A big-time TV producer (Jon Polito) sets out to make a miniseries from Ellie's latest novel, ""High Sierra Streetwalker."" Donna Mills plays the tempermental, hitrionic star signed for the lead.
The Prosepect of posing for a famous photographer has Dott and Ellie each considering a change of face by a famous plastic surgeon (Bronson Pinchot).
After suffering a heart attack during a sexual encounter with the doorman, Alice (Jayne Meadows) is forced to convalesce at her doting daughter Dott's.
A publicity campaign launching Ellie's new novel brings surprises gallore: a visit from her estranged, contrified parents -- and news that she is adopted.
Having witnessed Dott's bond with Brendan during a robbery, Ellie decides to have a baby and begins interviewing prospective fathers.
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