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found itself quickly put away in permanent storage.
Sure, a few original residents may have been sent packing — Rhonda and Sandy, we hardly knew ye — but Melrose Place lives on and can proudly claim a recent ratings boost and no rent hike.
"***"This really is kind of — a group of soundstages set above an industrial park with killer mountain views — and, tragically, nothing too scandalous is happening.
On this most romantic of days, in this televised hotbed of lust, betrayal and passion, everyone is … The reason is that this is hell week at , since the show is in "double-ups," filming two episodes — "Love, Mancini Style" and "Otherwise Engaged" — at once.
"What we're saying is, don't do it," says Calabro. We've done it, so you don't have to." While bravely facing down ABC's monolithic is the thinking person's nighttime soap," says Daphne Zuniga, her tongue only partially in cheek.
"You could say we're also equal-opportunity beefcake and cheesecake. You happen to want brunettes, we've got brunettes.
Everyone else here's in their 20s, just like me.
My landlord, Amanda, seems like kind of a bitch, but she's a total older babe — she must be 30 or something.
Unfortunately, she's with this sappy jock named Billy who's supposed to be a writer.And if you feel like a redhead, boy, do we have a redhead for you. We've got it all here at say anything about the Zeitgeist of the '90s?And what lasting message does this show ultimately impart to its audience?Sometimes Billy hangs with Jake, who's muy macho but kinda mysterious.I can't tell what the hell Jake does for a living, but I'm pretty sure he does Amanda, if you catch my drift.
Instead, Shue — who's now getting ready to jump into the famed Melrose pool for a scene in which Billy chats with Alison, then gracefully towels off while arguing with fellow stud Jake — opted to attend a special screening of the generationally correct Ben Stiller film."When Winona Ryder says good show and everybody laughed," Shue says, "I was just sitting there in the theater trying to hide my face in my hands."Across the pool near the catering table, Show can be heard attempting to communicate to a crew member his character's subtle motivation for the upcoming scene. The show acquired a journeywoman heavy hitter in the lovely form of Locklear and wisely swapped bothersome Issues and Morals for infinitely more palatable Sex and Villains, emerging as a big winner, particularly with that attractive twentysomething demographic.