Tonight's winners are a female cop, a young man of marginal intelligence and a couple on the lam from bill collectors.
The cop (Ilene Graff) finds that her $2 45 million winnings endanger her partner's life when their work on the street is disrupted by her celebrity status.
In the second story, Christopher McDonald offers a nice performance as a young innocent whose relatives try to steal his winnings. This one's written to tug at your heart.
Hence Taylor and Allen Goorwitz chew the scenery as they attempt to be hilarious in the story designed for humor. Facing overdue bills and repossession, they assume that a man representing the IRS means a federal prison sentence and they go to great lengths to escape him.
This story stares one of Hollywood's funniest character men, Allen Goorwitz, as a down-on-his-luck plumbing salesman and the always-hysterical Renee Taylor as his wife. The segment is played straight but gets a lot of laughs, an approach that could ensure success for this already likeable series. (l hour, 30 minutes)
THE latest multi-million dollar lottery winners are in San Diego, California, and wherever the winners are, lottery agent Flaherty and tax man Rush would have to go.
This time around, the windfall brings togetherness to a family who has faced tragedy; gives a church the means to organise a bingo game with prizes ranging from a set of tyres to millions of dollars; and offers an abused wife a chance for happiness away from her violent husband.