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Jamie Lee Curtis and Richard Lewis star as Hannah Miller and Marty Gold, best friends and co-workers who suppress their smoldering desires, not wanting to spoil their friendship. Once they do take the plunge, though, they quickly discover that falling in love is the easy part! Together, they face some of life's biggest challengeslove, work, love at work, and working at lovewith humor, sophistication, and feeling in this unforgettable TV classic.
Welcome to Chemistry 101, class. Anything but Love, a charming, quirky romantic-comedy series that debuted in 1989, stars Jamie-Lee Curtis, then at the height of her film career, and comedian Richard Lewis as journalistic colleagues with an undeniable romantic pull between them. The first volume of episodes showcases the crackling connection between Hannah (Curtis) and Marty (Lewis), which kept the show fizzy, and not fizzled--like Cheers, Moonlighting, and other sitcoms in which romantic tension died after "the deed." Curtis shows her best screwball chops as an ace reporter, struggling with her feelings, her friendship, and her work assignments with Marty, whos a fumbling but well-meaning foil. Besides the two stars, the show features a great sidekick in Ann Magnuson, and cool cameos; look for memorable appearances by John Ritter and an elegant Wendie Malick. The set includes 28 episodes on three discs; it spans slightly more than a full season, from its debut in March of 1989 as a mid-season replacement through that fall and the spring of 1990. Extras include commentaries by Curtis (still the mistress of the dryly witty crack), Lewis, and director Robert Berlinger, and two featurettes on the creation of and tidbits from the show, "All About Anything but Love and "Stories from the Set." Let the sparking begin. --A.T. Hurley
The only problem was some of the episodes listed were not there - why???Published 15 days ago by Valerie Heidell
Watching again a long-forgotten beloved series was indeed a treat.
Can anyone point me to a DVD or DVDs of the last seasons?
This to me, by far is one of the better purchases that I've made on Amazon!!!!!!!! I was so excited to see that this was available that I couldn't order it fast enough!!! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Musij
Have watched this season a few times sinced it was purchased & thoroughly enjoyed it. Laughed a lot! Arrived in great condition.Published 6 months ago by G. Amico
I like this show. Started out a little rough, but they pulled it together. One disc has already gone bad. Read morePublished 10 months ago by David T
I loved it.It brings you back to nostalgia of the 80s and also was very funny and entertaining.Richard Lewis and Jamie Curtis are great together.Published 10 months ago by Clare Rogan
well what can i say, if you loved the show when it was on, you will love it now. Sure it looks dated and 80s, but it's still good if you focus on the relationships and not the... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Northern Knight
After being in the newspaper business myself (pretty close to a magazine...) I just loved this show. I do hope they come out with the final season as one other reviewer mentioned. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Amazon Customer