It tells of baby boomers living in their thirties who reside in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and examines how this group of friends learn to negotiate their prior involvement with the early 1970s counterculture as young adults, in contrast to the yuppie lifestyle which dominated American culture during the 1980s.
twenty-something (or twentysomething) is a term used for people at the age of 20 to 29.
its is used instead of "twentyfive years old" for example, because at this age its harder to tell how old someone is (by looking at him/her) than it is in the teenage years (and often it "matters" less).
Hope's childhood friend is local politician Ellyn Warren (Polly Draper). Factory (under license from MGM) has released all four seasons of Thirtysomething on DVD in Region 1.
Mill Creek Entertainment has re-released the first season on DVD in two volume collections.
I feel like there’s a huge panic in my generation (it’s come up again and again and again, with friends) in which we feel like we have to choose between one and the ohter.
You hear stories about it happening all the time — in order to have a successful career, you have to put all your energy and time into it and so you don’t have time to date, or you don’t have time to make the relationship work.Sam fires her assistant Nina, only to find she is hosting the A-list party in the Hamptons using Sam's contact list.Carrie has an eager young writing admirer in Laurel and a bigger admirer in doctor Bradley Meego. Big there, back from Paris, with a new 20-something girlfriend, Natasha.When writing about television up till now, I've taken the whole run of the shows I've reviewed into account.Realizing one can opt for a single episode comment as well, I think this program had it's best moments in this "going to the f$$king Hamptons" story.It can be worth the challenge, but heaps up on the many complications that you already deal with when dating.