From one of the Emmy Award-winning producers of the mega-hit Frasier comes an ensemble comedy featuring four unpredictable women working together in a Manhattan real estate office. These very different career women are at various stages in their lives and, when they're not catering to high-end clients, they're coping with their own personal predicaments.
Fortysomething realtor Ava Summerlin (Gail O'Grady) runs the Hot Properties real estate firm. This former party animal is totally in love with her new husband, a handsome 25-year-old who doesn't know her real age -- a fact her co-workers remind her of often. Ava and her husband want to start a family as soon as possible, but something's not right and Ava wonders if it's her age or his "swimmers" that are preventing their dream from coming true.
Lola invites everyone over to her home to celebrate her country’s traditional holiday, El Día de Compasión – The Day of Forgiveness -- where they can forgive each other for the little slights and irritations made over the past year. But when their character flaws – such as being sarcastic, hot-tempered, nosey or chauvinistic -- are brought to light, they all strive to prove they’re not that way.