Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Clearly inspired by the popularity of the Spice Girls, the British "musical dramedy" Sister Said concerned itself with the girl group of the title. Hoping to scale the heights of popularity in their native England, the four-member Sister Said -- consisting of Wendy (Wendy Glenn), Clare (Clare Louise Hearndon), Lorna (Lorna Pegler), and Denise (Denise Palmer) -- instead found themselves stranded in the United States. Among the male characters aiding and abetting the singers in their efforts to make enough money for a return trip were Harry (Harry Capehorn) and Cosh (Coshti Dowden). Rounding out the cast was series creator/producer/director Daniel Peacock as Wendy's father. Sister Said aired over Channel 5 for two seasons, from 1998 to 1999.