Picks and Pans Review: Too Good to Be True
updated 11/14/1988 AT 01:00 AM EST
•originally published 11/14/1988 AT 01:00 AM EST
Patrick Duffy plays a nice-guy writer who falls for Loni Anderson even though she's mean, nasty, demanding, domineering, jealous and dangerously crazy. He falls for her because she looks gorgeous in a killer bikini. Those silly men. After Duffy marries Anderson, all kinds of ugly things happen and Too Good to Be True turns into an oomphy psychological drama. It figures that a good movie about evil would come from NBC. After Geraldo's show, NBC is, of course, The Devil's Network.