The post hippie culture is alive and well and living uproariously. The characters are something else, the pad is right on, and the dialogue blows the mind in this funny show about four human beings sharing a Greenwich Village apartment. Three are well under 30, the fourth is well over 30 and he wrestles with the same problems as his youthful counterparts. He is seeking self identity, and their shared search unearths tons of laughs. The young folks proudly display an expansive sense of humor and a constructive attitude. They have grown beyond alcohol, drugs, and free love. Young and old are trying to reach each other. Stanley, a female impersonator, and Paula hope to set a trend by getting married instead of living together, but it is the special kinship between senior citizen Robert and Jody which shows that the basic philosophies of the generations are the same. The cast is completed by the computer dating service landlady and a former room mate who has found his answer in drugs.
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