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not planed. TV Show was canceled.
The men in your life may leave you, children grow up, parents pass away. The only ones who are there for you, from cradle to grave, are your sisters.
It's wedding bells galore with both Beatrice and Reed's nuptials---but will the sisters be able to stand the strain?
Teddy debates whether to enter into a business deal with a millionaire.
Alex tries to convert Kirby and Reed's love nest into a livable apartment; Frankie ponders converting to Judaism.
Georgie learns that John's flight has crashed, causing her sisters to rush to her.
Teddy becomes concerned when she catches Cat drunk; Alex gets a lesson in political correctness; Frankie fears she might be pregnant.
Alex thinks she accidentally killed a man; Frankie and Mitch spend the night in a haunted house; and Teddy learns of the secret that haunts Simon.
Mitch gets into a dispute with a friend when he takes a fall outside of Mitch's store; Beatrice, Georgie and Alex win the lottery.
After being hit by a drunken driver, Georgie, now trapped inside her car, goes into labor---while her sisters look on helplessly.
Teddy has her first fashion show; Georgie struggles with postpartum depression and her feelings towards Frankie and their shared child.
Alex proposes a line of jewelry to Simon; Frankie and Beatrice feud over the upbringing of Frankie's baby; and Reed is caught in a test of wills between her father and Kirby.
Teddy learns that a friend has AIDS; Alex enrolls in a writing class taught by a famous author; Frankie drives Georgie's family crazy.
During Frankie's first Hanukkah, a swastika is painted on Mitch's storefront; John's dad shows up to make peace.
Three producers bid on making a movie about Georgie; Teddy moves out of Georgie's house---and into Simon's; and Frankie makes a move to return to work.
A fashion columnist becomes a thorn in Teddy's side; Georgie accidentally runs over her neighbor's dog.
The writer of Georgie's movie looks in on the sisters; Mitch and Simon compete against each other; and Alex wants Reed and Kirby to move out.
Georgie could be fired from her job; Teddy comes under fire after she fires some employees; and Alex is fired up about a dinner with Wade, who has a surprise for her.
The sisters, sans Teddy, travel to Hollywood to oversee the filming of their TV-movie; Teddy gets herself into trouble by printing an ad that features her friend with AIDS.
A doctor finds a lump in Alex's breast; Frankie tries to resurrect her love life with Mitch; and Georgie has a crisis of faith.
School official announce that Evan is a genius; Simon tries to ward off a hostile takeover of his company; and Alex tries to hide her fear of chemotherapy by sporting an attitude.
Georgie gets a job as an advice columnist; Alex and Frankie think Truman is having an affair; and John thinks that Teddy is attracted to him.
Alex meets a Prince Charming; Georgie and John wonder whether their marital magic is gone; Mitch and Frankie have doubts about living happily ever after.
Simon proposes to Teddy that they get married, while Frankie proposes to Mitch that they go for counseling. Meanwhile, Alex searches for the right wig.
Teddy's new boss asks her to create a line of clothing for his discount stores. Meanwhile, Mitch decides he wants out of his marriage with Frankie just as they move into their new house.
Mitch explodes when Frankie drops a bombshell: she's moving to New York. Meanwhile, a comedian teaches Alex about stand-up comedy.
Sheila Kelley(Charlotte "Charley" Bennett)
Susan Cremin(Catherine "Cat" Margolis)
Garrett M. Brown(John Whitsig)
Patricia Kalember(Georgiana "Georgie" Reed)
Swoosie Kurtz(Alexandra "Alex" Reed)
Sela Ward(Theodora "Teddy" Reed)
Elizabeth Hoffman(Beatrice Reed)
Ed Marinaro(Mitch Margolis)
Julianne Phillips(Francesca "Frankie" Reed)
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