Synopsis by Hal Erickson
This weekly, 30-minute WB sitcom was largely the handiwork of Will & Grace mentors David Kohan and Max Mutchnick. Mark Linn-Baker and Melanie Griffith starred as Alan and Lee Arnold, the parents of 20-year-old twin girls Mitchee (Sara Gilbert) and Farrah (Molly Stanton). Having built up a billion-dollar lingerie company from his own invention, "Breast-o Change-o" (a bra that had started out as a parachute!), the hard-working, intellectually inclined Alan had decided to retire and hand his business over to his daughters. But while Mitchee, a bookish and quick-witted brunette with an engineering degree, was more than capable of carrying on her dad's work, Mitchee's sister Farrah, a dimwitted blonde who made her living as an underwear model, tended to take after her equally scatterbrained (and equally blonde) mother Lee. Basically a new and more blatant variation on the old tickle-and-tease "sexcom" Too Close for Comfort, Twins premiered September 16, 2005.