Fired Up is a sitcom that took a look at what happens when a self-centered, high-powered promotions executive with a large Manhattan firm and her personal assistant both get laid off, then form their own business venture and try to work on an equal footing. Sharon Lawrence of NYPD Blue starred as Gwen, the ex-exec; and Leah Remini, later to be seen on The King of Queens, played her former assistant Terry. The principal cast was rounded out with newcomer Mark Feuerstein as aspiring writer Danny, Terry's brother and roommate; and veteran Jonathan Banks, owner of the bar/restaurant Clockworks, over which the others live and who is enamored of Gwen the first time he lays eyes on her.

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Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 1997-04-10

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Fired Up is the debut solo album by Alesha Dixon, former member of the R&B/garage girl group Mis-Teeq. The album was originally planned for release on 6 November 2006 on Polydor Records, following the second single, but was then postponed indefinitely. The album has spawned two singles; the UK #14 hit “Lipstick” and the UK #45 “Knockdown”. Fired Up was released only in Japan. It includes remixes of “Knockdown” and “Lipstick” that were featured on the UK single releases of “Lipstick” and “Knockdown” (the K Gee Heat remix of “Knockdown” was sampled in the video for “Knockdown”). For the Japanese release, the tracks were put in a new order, a new photoshoot was done, the 2 remixes of the singles were added and a track called “Voodoo” was included. It was released in Thailand as well. The album was available to import from HMV.com, copies of the Japanese version were available from large HMV stores in the UK. Dixon exclusively sold Fired Up in the UK as merchandise on her tour, The Alesha Show, supporting the album of the same name.

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