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Season 2

25 :02x01 - Moving In

Sep/19/1987
As the second season begins, Blue (Jane Leeves) is plagued by an anonymous caller every night at 3 A.M.; and Sandy (Diana Canova) seeks a roommate so she can afford to rent a penthouse apartment.
Guest Stars: Raye Birk as John | Peter Wade as Small Change 1 | Jacqueline Cassell as Sonya | Fritzi Burr as Makler | Ron Fassler as Jordan | Melissa Weber as Heather | Damon Hines as Small Change 3 | Neil Harris (1) as Aaron
Director: Stan Harris
Writer: Fredi Towbin

26 :02x02 - Spa

Sep/26/1987
During a health-spa weekend, the girls (Diana Canova, Maryedith Burrell) endure grueling exercise, sparse meals and the moodiness of a very anxious Blue (Jane Leeves), who awaits the results of a blood test for AIDS.
Guest Stars: Jess Harnell as Plaything 1 | Yana Nirvana as Chantal
Director: Stan Harris
Writer: Hollis Rich

27 :02x03 - Torn Between Two Lovers

Oct/03/1987
Sandy (Diana Canova) begins dating Wally, a fun-loving disc jockey (Fred McCarren) and Nick, a romantic architect (Shadoe Stevens), then has a tough time deciding which one she likes best.
Guest Stars: Fred McCarren as Wally | Shadoe Stevens as Nick
Director: Gregory Lehane

28 :02x04 - Future Shock

Oct/10/1987
Dreading middle-age, Blue (Jane Leeves) accidentally reveals that she is 27 years old, and Sandy (Diana Canova) leaks the secret to the whole office.
Guest Stars: Frankie Valli as Himself | Jacqueline Cassell as Suzy | Marc Alexander as Antonio
Director: Phil Ramuno
Writer: Fredi Towbin

29 :02x05 - Good Vibrations

Oct/17/1987
After a loud concert, Zach (Jonathan Prince) loses his hearing---and his heart to a nurse he meets at the doctor's office.
Guest Stars: Sheila Rogers as Lady | Mary Beth Barber as Audrey | David Balacier as Patient 1
Director: Phil Ramuno

30 :02x06 - Who's Coup Is It Anyway?

Oct/24/1987
Sandy sets up a meeting with a very popular group that's looking for a new recording label, but isn't given any credit for signing them.
Guest Stars: Tim Russ as Man 2 | Michael Holden (1) as Man 1 | Michael Strasser as Tom | Paul Lieber as Kyle | Barry Gordon as Josh
Director: Gregory Lehane

31 :02x07 - Last Night At the Firehouse - Part 1

Oct/31/1987
The staff attends the closing festivities of a popular nightclub where numerous rock-and-rollers got their start. During the party, a nostalgic Zach (Jonathan Prince) volunteers to pay the enormous operating expenses for four months.
Guest Stars: Simon Barker as Ian | The Byrds as Themselves | Jack Riley as Flashback Johnny | Richard Blade as Nigel | Richard Hatch (1) as Jake Flathery | Terry Kiser as Steve Nubell | Emma Samms as Herself | Michael Franks (1) as Himself | Nicolette Larson as Herself | Timothy B. Schmidt as Himself | Mark Lindsay Chapman (1) as Chauffeur
Director: Phil Ramuno

32 :02x08 - Last Night At the Firehouse - Part 2

Nov/07/1987
Conclusion. As the closing festivities for the Firestation heat up, Zach (Jonathan Prince) desperately tries to raise the $80,000 he needs to save the club; and sparks fly when Sandy (Diana Canova) renews an old acquaintance.
Guest Stars: Jeff Lorber as Himself | Jeff Porcaro as Himself | Richard Hatch (1) as Jake Flathery | Terry Kiser as Steve Nubell
Director: Phil Ramuno

33 :02x09 - Garden Party

Nov/14/1987
Sandy convinces Zach to stage the comeback of former surf singer Bobby Catalina (Edd Byrnes)---but his reappearance makes few waves in the music world.
Guest Stars: Terry Wood as Songstress | Robin Roberts as Customer 2 | Johnny Olson as Customer 1 | Haskell V. Anderson III as Man | Don Reed as MC | Edd Byrnes as Bobby Catalina
Director: Gregory Lehane
Writer: Diana Canova

34 :02x10 - Selling Out

Nov/21/1987
Zach (Jonathan Prince) stuns the staff when he announces that he's selling Throb, but Sandy's disappointment is short-lived after the new owners offer her a promotion. The new owners want to turn "Throb"-Records into a children's label and appoint Sandy as a manager.
Guest Stars: Howard Stevens as Personnel manager | Christian Clemenson as Man
Director: Gregory Lehane

35 :02x11 - The Golden Guys

Dec/05/1987
At a party for singles over 30, Sandy (Diana Canova) finds romance with Edward, a charming 65-year-old (Robert King).
Guest Stars: John Flucer as The pianist | Arthur Lessac as Old gent | Viola Kates Stimpson (1) as Old Dame | Henry Beckman as Marty | Liz Sheridan as Adele | Robert King (1) as Edward
Director: Gregory Lehane

36 :02x12 - One Christmas

Dec/12/1987
Sandy (Diana Canova) gets a surprise at her Christmas party when her ex-husband's family shows up, and Meredith (Maryedith Burrell) hits it off with her former brother-in-law.
Guest Stars: Colleen Dodson as Lilian | Jonathan Perpich as Todd | Elliot Schreiner as Max | Richard McKenzie (1) as Harry
Director: Gregory Lehane

37 :02x13 - Mary Heartless

Jan/02/1988
When Mary, an important entertainment reporter (Jayne Kennedy-Overton) visits Throb Records, she gets the scoop on the staff from Sandy (Diana Canova).
Guest Stars: Jayne Kennedy as Mary Rodgers | Sheri Goldner as Secretary | Bob Bancroft as Cameraman | Shawn Nelson as Kellner
Director: Joe Regalbuto

38 :02x14 - Men Without Lips

Jan/30/1988
When Eric, an old friend (Tony Carreiro) comes to New York to visit Zach (Jonathan Prince), the two organize a reunion of their band, Men Without Lips.
Guest Stars: Richard Molinare as Danny | Shanna Reed as Sheri | Tony Carreiro as Eric | David Raynr as Glenn
Director: Marc Gass

39 :02x15 - Make A Joyful Noise

Feb/06/1988
Sarah, a teenager (Tasha Scott) from Phil's church signs on with Throb records and has a hit rock single, then changes her tune and wants out of her contract.
Guest Stars: Tasha Scott as Sarah | Royce Wallace as Mrs. Gaines | Montrose Hagins as Sister Louella
Director: Gregory Lehane

40 :02x16 - The Cable Show

Feb/13/1988
Sandy and Meredith (Diana Canova, Maryedith Burrell) decide to write a self-help book entitled "Coping with Your Thirties," and before it's completed they're asked to be guests on a cable talk show.
Guest Stars: Phoebe Snow as Rebecca | Jerry Hardin as Ed Mickelman
Director: Gregory Lehane

41 :02x17 - Here Come The Amish

Feb/20/1988
While traveling through Lancaster, Pa., Blue (Jane Leeves) meets and charms an Amish man (Geof Prysirr), who follows her to New York City to propose.
Guest Stars: Geof Prysirr as Amish Amos | John Putch as Jacob
Director: Phil Ramuno

42 :02x18 - Only The Lonely

Mar/05/1988
For Jeremy's 13th-birthday party, Sandy (Diana Canova) hires a teeny-bopper band and a man who does balloon tricks---then discovers that her son's friends are all over 40.
Guest Stars: Myra Turley as Louise | Al Fann as Clive | James Keane as Mark
Director: Joe Regalbuto

43 :02x19 - There's No Place Like Home

Mar/12/1988
A depressed Meredith (Maryedith Burrell) alarms Sandy (Diana Canova) when she cancels a date with Todd (Jonathan Perpich) and vows never to leave her apartment.
Guest Stars: Joey Harper as Joshua | Myra Turley as Louise | Jonathan Perpich as Todd | James Keane as Mark

44 :02x20 - Summer Job

Apr/23/1988
Sandy (Diana Canova) wants Jeremy to attend summer camp, but Jeremy wants to get a job so they compromise: Zach hires Jeremy as a gofer.
Director: Phil Ramuno

45 :02x21 - Neil Returns

Apr/30/1988
Sandy (Diana Canova) is pleasantly surprised by a dinner invitation from Neil, her ex (Lorry Goldman), who has become slimmer and more attractive. Peggy March sings "I Will Follow Him."
Guest Stars: Peggy March as Herself | Lorry Goldman as Neil
Director: Gregory Lehane
Writer: Hollis Rich

46 :02x22 - Jung Love

May/07/1988
After a breakup with a boyfriend, Blue (Jane Leeves) becomes severely depressed and begins seeing a therapist (Sam Whipple).
Guest Stars: Sam Whipple as Therapist
Director: Marc Gass

47 :02x23 - The Grammy

May/14/1988
Throb's new record with Skye Night is nominated for a World Music Award, and a thrilled Zach (Jonathan Prince) starts polishing his acceptance speech.
Director: James Widdoes

48 :02x24 - She Can't Sing, Don't Ask Her

May/21/1988
A usually off-key Sandy (Diana Canova) is hypnotized during a nightclub act and sings so well that Skye asks her to perform backup for his next single.
Guest Stars: Bette Ford as Madame Esther | Dan Hill as Himself
Director: Gregory Lehane
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy | Music
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: Syndicated ( USA)
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: September 20, 1986
Ended: May 28, 1988
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