Now I still don't know all the details about Jade O'Keefe's fake/planned/framed murder case. Was this the shortest short-lived prime time soap ever? I liked it, it was darker than BH 90210 and Melrose Place. The show starts with hooker Jade (Lisa Hartman) telling her client (Robert Foxworth, on ImdB credited for "unknown" episodes) that she's going to quit her job i.e. getting paid for special services. So far so good. It must have been a very lucrative business because she owns a big house in Malibu. Actually I don't know how big it is but the rooms look huge, especially since they're practically empty. A house without furniture, fascinating! And now she's going to rent some rooms to other people because she still needs money of course. One of the tenants is Perry Quinn, played by the charming Jennifer Beals, and she'll get her own spectacular storyline that ends with a cliffhanger - because it was cancelled - but at least it explains the situation. The other rooms are for two sisters, the aspiring actress Lindsay Rule (Drew Barrymore) and her sister/manager Joy, played by Tuesday Knight (not Weld!). This storyline wasn't my favourite because Tuesday was supposed to be the older, ugly, fat sister. But she looked younger, ugly as in "wearing glasses and no make-up", and fat...pff, God forbid Hollywood would actually hire a fat actress. They just had her wearing wide dresses but she was probably thinner than Drew Barrymore. I liked the idea of this obsessive mover & shaker, but she never achieved anything and there was too much comical stuff going on. Drew Barrymore was OK, and she was sort-of-not-dating Eric Adler, played by Brian Bloom. Constance Towers and Mitchell Ryan play the super-rich parents from hell, so there's a dysfunctional family too. Oh, she's wicked!