As I watched "Single Ladies" (VH1, 9 tonight), I wondered when sitcoms will stop being a variation of "Friends" or "Sex and the City."
That's not necessarily an indictment of "Single Ladies," which follows the love lives of three friends in Atlanta. It's not revolutionary, but it's not awful either.
OK, sometimes it is pretty silly. Stacey Dash plays Val, a stylist cum boutique owner involved with a basketball star. Her best friends are Keisha (LisaRaye McCoy, not stretching her acting range at all), the self-proclaimed gold digger who vows to not let emotions get in her way; and April (Charity Shea), their blonde friend with a husband whom adores her.