Kip and Henry work at an advertising agency as an artist and writer respectively. When the apartment that they were living in was condemned, they had no place to live. So Amy their co-worker, who has a crush on Henry, suggests that they stay with her but the only the problem is that it's for girls only. So they get into drag and assume the personas of Buffy and Hildegarde....
Last Episode02x18 Not the Last Picture Show Aired: Mar. 25, 1982
Having decided they can't stand the latest trend in music, the pair sit in the park and imagine what they will both be like when they are old …
Series Fun Facts
- The producers of this series pitched it to the ABC TV network as a relatively straightforward buddy comedy in the spirit of Billy Wilder's comedy films. However, when they used the film Some…
[show]The producers of this series pitched it to the ABC TV network as a relatively straightforward buddy comedy in the spirit of Billy Wilder's comedy films. However, when they used the film Some Like It Hot as an example, the network agreed to the series provided that the premise includes the characters being disguised as women. Although they had to quickly change their series because of this, they also found they were able to produce the series with otherwise little network creative interference as a result of this compromise.
- The advertising agency where Kip and Henry worked in during the first season was Livingston, Gentry & Mishkin.
- Main characters named after two bars in Berkeley, CA: "Kips's" and "Henry's."