Primetime Lineup is a collection of six short stories which can easily be adapted for television series. HOLLYWOOD TOURS follows the uproariously funny adventures of Sergeant Danny Macall - a 23-year career soldier - who inherits his uncle's tour business and decides to retire from the Army and move to California to run it. What he finds is a ramshackle operation being run by a whacky group of motion picture want-to-bees who have managed to mismanage the business to the point of insolvency. How he and his daughter attempt to make it work is a laugh riot ! LOTTERY ANGEL answers the question: What happens when people pray to win the lottery? When poor dumb Waldo Dibble dies in an untimely accident and goes to heaven, the unscrupulous superintendent of Angel operations cons the unsuspecting newcomer into taking over the job of Lottery Angel - which other Angel wants. Waldo's trials and tribulations as he pursues the task of selecting lottery winners makes for a hilariously funny sitcom. Weekenders is the zany tale of two neighbors who are constantly competing to outdo each other. So . . . when Stanley Jones comes home with a 43 foot motor home his neighbor, Fred Hathaway, goes out and buys a 45 foot rig in an effort to - t only keep up with the Jones' - but do them one better. The two families' weekend exploits as they try to enjoy the monstrous RV's provides for a wildly comical dose of sidesplitting humor. Xpartiates throws together a group of attractive and charismatic young Americans who have moved to the City of Lights - Paris, France - to develop their artistic talents. They bond into a close-knit friendship as they pursue their dreams of artistic success. The story follows them on their sometimes humorously funny and sometimes heartrending journey into adulthood. Harbor Patrol is the gripping story of the men and women who make up the specialized waterborne crime-fighting unit of the San Francisco Police Department. It portrays the real-to-life situations Lieutenant Rayce Gabon and his team of eighteen elite police officers face on a daily basis as they patrol the twenty-seven miles of San Francisco's waterfront in their never ending pursuit to detect and prevent crime. O.N.I. - Office of Naval Intelligence - created an anti-terrorism unit after the attack on the World Trade Center to covertly seek out terrorists anywhere in the world and terminate them. The ultra secret unit is commanded by Lieutenant Commander Rykker Burns, a former Navy SEAL. The unit is made up of five dedicated naval personnel - three men and two women. Burns reports directly to Vice Admiral Benjamin Adolfo, Chief of Naval Intelligence. He has been given broad powers and an unlimited budget accomplish his mission.