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Veronica's Closet
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Inter-title
Format Sitcom
Created by David Crane
Marta Kauffman
Starring Kirstie Alley
Dan Cortese
Daryl Mitchell
Wallace Langham
Kathy Najimy
Lorri Bagley
Robert Prosky
Opening theme Moby - Bodyrock
Season 3
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 66
Production
Executive producer(s) Kevin S. Bright
Marta Kauffman
David Crane
Running time 20–25 min.
Broadcast
Original channel NBC
Original run September 25, 1997 – June 27, 2000

Veronica's Closet is a sitcom which aired on NBC from September 25, 1997 to June 27, 2000.

The show starred Kirstie Alley as Veronica "Ronnie" Chase, the head of her own lingerie company.

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Plot

Season 1

As the country’s leading romance expert and owner of Veronica’s Closet, purveyor of lingerie and books designed to keep romance alive, Ronnie seems to have it all. Her only problem has been a rocky marriage to a womanizing husband, Bryce, whom she finally gathered the strength to leave. Having written The Guide to a Fairy Tale Marriage and built an empire as the foremost authority on relationships, Ronnie must now confront the charade she’s been living in the public eye as the perfect wife and career woman. Helping Ronnie run the company and her personal life is her top executive, Olive, who is always ready with solid business advice or a shoulder to cry on.

Season 2

In the second season Ron Silver joins the cast as Alec, Ronnie’s new business partner and nemesis who buys controlling interest of the company she built. Alec later dies, his wife June taking over his interest in the company.

Although the final few episodes of Veronica's Closet did not air in the US, they did provide answers to some of the previously unresolved plot lines. Veronica and Perry become a couple. Josh has accepted his sexuality. Olive's sells her internet company and becomes a millionaire. With her new wealth she buys out June and become co-owner of Veronica's Closet.

History

The series premiered on Sept 25, 1997 after Seinfeld to 35 million viewers. Its title was plainly derived from the "real life" lingerie company, Victoria's Secret. The show was a top 10 hit, although the initial ratings died down later in the first season. The sitcom spent the first two seasons on Thursdays at 9:30 (after Seinfeld in season 1 and after Frasier in season 2). NBC moved the show to Mondays after Suddenly Susan for the 1999-2000 season. Ratings fell more than 50 percent, and NBC put it on hiatus with Suddenly Susan. The show returned on Tuesdays at 9:30 (after Will & Grace) with only a slight boost in ratings. NBC canceled the series in 2000, along with Suddenly Susan due to low ratings. Reruns were shown on USA Network for a short time in 2000-2001.

According to a plaque outside the audience entrance to the soundstage, Veronica's Closet was taped at Warner Brothers Studios on the same soundstage where the sitcom The Big Bang Theory is recorded (as of 2009) and where some scenes from the movie Blade Runner were filmed.

Cast

Episode list

First season

(1997-1998)

  1. Pilot
  2. Veronica's Woman Friend
  3. Veronica's Husband Won't Leave
  4. Veronica's Not Happy About the Book
  5. Veronica's First Date
  6. Veronica's Best Buddy
  7. Veronica's a Doll
  8. Veronica's First Thanksgiving
  9. Veronica's Brotherly Love
  10. Veronica's Christmas Song
  11. Veronica's Got a Secret
  12. Veronica's Fun and Pirates are Crazy
  13. Veronica's Night Alone
  14. Veronica's $600,000 Pop
  15. Veronica's a Drag
  16. Veronica's Divorce Papers
  17. Veronica's Blackout
  18. Veronica's Bridal Shower
  19. Veronica's Man in a Suitcase
  20. Veronica's All-Nighter
  21. Veronica's Mole
  22. Veronica's Silent Partner

Second season

(1998-1999)

  1. Veronica Gets Her Closet Back
  2. Veronica's a Partner Now
  3. Veronica's Great Model Search
  4. Veronica's Dog Day Afternoon
  5. Veronica's Crushed
  6. Veronica's on the Herb
  7. Veronica's Breast Effort
  8. Veronica's Thanksgiving that Keeps on Giving
  9. Veronica's Cheating Partners
  10. Veronica's Secret Santa
  11. Veronica's From Venus; Josh's Parents are From Mars
  12. Veronica's Desk Job
  13. Veronica's Wedding Bell Blues. Guest starring Playboy Sensation Anna Nicole Smith
  1. Veronica Plays House
  2. Veronica's Favorite Year
  3. Veronica's Little Tribute
  4. Veronica Falls Hard
  5. Veronica's Big Date
  6. Veronica's Big Homecoming
  7. Veronica's Little Ruse
  8. Veronica's Night at the Theater
  9. Veronica Says Goodbye

Third season

(1999-2000)

  1. Veronica's New Boss
  2. Veronica's June Swoon
  3. Veronica's Construction Worker
  4. Veronica's Office: Bigger, Longer and Cute
  5. Veronica's New Cat
  6. Veronica's Long Walk Home
  7. Veronica's Got All the Right Stuffing
  8. Veronica's Sliding Doors
  9. Veronica's New Year
  10. Veronica's Perfect Man
  11. Veronica's Record
  12. Veronica's Tattooed Man
  13. Veronica's Candy Panties
  14. Veronica's New Bookshelves
  15. Veronica's Sleepover
  16. Veronica's Girls' Night Out
  17. Veronica Helps Josh Out
  18. Veronica Sets Josh Up
  19. Veronica's Clips
  20. Veronica Loses Her Olive Again
  21. Veronica's Doing the Nasty with Perry
  22. Veronica Checks Out

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