She investigates the arenas-from diets to dating, from the boardroom to the delivery room- in which American women are apt to compare their lives with the lives of others in a tacit contest over who is the "better" woman, a contest in which no one wins.
Throughout Catfight, Leora Tanenbaum puts her own life experiences under the lens of scrutiny.
Shep, the Peter Pan He brought it on himself when he declared Charleston "a playground for men who don't want to grow up," and truly, none of his castmates seem to pursue the life of leisure with such gusto.
Even the episode's ending is somewhat anti-climactic (paging rejected guy: Give me a call; that gal was crazy).
That said, the show is best seen as an excellent infomercial for a new dating service.
Angelina Jolie slithered coyly, denying designs on Jennifer’s husband while grabbing Brad.
Maureen Dowd wrote “I’ve always liked Judy” and proceeded to trash rival star reporter Judy Miller.