Before he won his 2 Academy Awards in the mid-90's (for "Forrest Gump" & "Philadelphia"), Tom Hanks starred in a silly little comedy that owes some of its origins to the wacky feature film, "Some Like it Hot".
Bosom Buddies centered on a pair of ad agency guys (Hanks & Peter Scolari) who are homeless after their apartment building is demolished. A co-worker (Wendi Jo Sperber) gets them into an all-female apartment complex, but of course there is that one condition. They have to dress in drag. For 2 seasons, it somehow worked.
Singer Telma Hopkins, formerly of Tony Orlando & Dawn, landed one of her first acting jobs as a member of the ensemble. Co-producer Thomas Miller would cast her in a later series, Family Matters, a few years later. Hanks & Scolari would reunite doing voice work on the 2005 animated feature, "The Polar Express".
Squaresyourtrue uploaded the open & close, complete with the Paramount logo of the period. The title song is Billy Joel's "My Life", covered by an anonymous studio singer, though I could swear they actually used the original version at one point.
I think the only reason I watched this at home was because it came on after Mork & Mindy, or it was because Buck Rogers was a rerun......