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      Season 1 – Love & Money

      1999 Comedy List
      44% 9 Reviews Tomatometer Socialite Allison Conklin locks herself in the room of her fancy New York high rise because she's about marry a snob she does not love. The janitor tries to help out. Whaddya know? He's her high school sweetheart, Eamon McBride, a hockey player with a bum knee who went bust trying to open a restaurant and now lives in the hotel's basement with his dad, the doorman. She, of course, is loaded. The old flame is re-ignited and now they must deal with class differences and her wealthy father, who is aghast. Read More Read Less

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      Previous Episode 1 Aired Oct 8, 1999 Pilot The cellar-dwelling handyman of a deluxe New York City apartment building falls in love with a socialite tenant in the tower penthouse. Details Episode 2 Aired Oct 15, 1999 When WASPs Collide Eamon and Allison share breakfast with the Conklins; Allison promotes honesty between her family members. Details Episode 3 Aired Oct 22, 1999 The Music Box A family feud erupts when Nicholas accuses Finn of stealing a music box that has been missing for years. Details Episode 4 Aired Jul 11, 2000 Howard's End Allison causes a rift between Eamon and his dad with an extravagant birthday gift. Details Episode 5 Aired Jul 18, 2000 A Night at the Opera Effie tries to get a reaction from Nicholas by dating Finn. Details Episode 6 Aired Jul 25, 2000 Make Doom for Daddy A doctor (guest star Fred Willard) tells Nicholas (David Ogden Stiers) that the primary reasons for his stress attacks are Nicky and Eamon (John Livingston, Brian Van Holt). Details Episode 7 Aired Aug 1, 2000 Guess Who's Paying for Dinner? A building's handyman falls for a socialite tenant. Details Episode 8 Aired Aug 8, 2000 Career Daze A building's handyman falls for a socialite tenant. Details Episode 9 Aired Aug 15, 2000 The Five Week Itch A building's handyman falls for a socialite tenant. Details Episode 10 Aired Aug 22, 2000 Puff the Magic Sister A building's handyman falls for a socialite tenant. Details Episode 11 Aired Aug 29, 2000 Everybody Doesn't Love Eamon A building's handyman falls for a socialite tenant. Details Episode 12 Aired Sep 5, 2000 Diagnosis: Effie A building's handyman falls for a socialite tenant. Details Episode 13 Aired Sep 12, 2000 The Stepmummy A building's handyman falls for a socialite tenant. Details Next
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      Previous Hal Boedeker Orlando Sentinel This old-fashioned romantic comedy tries to pump itself up with risque dialogue and drunk jokes. Swoosie [Kurtz] plays a souse gamely, but just about everything is lame. Jul 22, 2019 Full Review Michele Greppi New York Post It's good for a few laughs, most of them attributable to [Swoosie] Kurtz, who effortlessly steals every moment of every scene as Effie Conklin, who makes her stuffy billionaire husband Nicholas the baronial butt of most of her jokes. Jul 22, 2019 Full Review Ray Richmond Variety [Swoosie] Kurtz is a bubble-slurping delight as the highbrow lush from hell. But one inspired performance does not a show make. Jul 22, 2019 Full Review Tom Jicha South Florida Sun-Sentinel There is nothing about Love & Money that hasn't been done countless times before. It is a joy, however, to see it done so refreshingly. Jul 22, 2019 Full Review Terry Kelleher People Magazine This labored new sitcom was originally titled Love or Money, as in "Ugh, I wouldn't watch that thing again for love or money." The ampersand can't hurt, but it doesn't add much to the quality of the show. Jul 22, 2019 Full Review Scott D. Pierce Deseret News (Salt Lake City) "Love & Money" is almost a very funny show. But, somewhere along the line somebody decided not to throw caution to the wind and made what's essentially a pretty safe sitcom. Jul 22, 2019 Full Review Read all reviews Next
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      Season Info

      Director
      Michael Lessac
      Executive Producer
      Dan Staley, Rob Long
      Screenwriter
      Cindy Collins, Howard Margulies, Drew Vaupen, Daphne Pollon, Ross Abrash, Phil Baker
      Network
      CBS
      Rating
      TV-PG (L)
      Genre
      Comedy
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Oct 8, 1999
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