The show deals with a female sports columnist in Chicago, Illinois, played by Jordana Spiro, and the men in her life, including her brother and her best friend.
The show was canceled by TBS on September 14, 2010 after four seasons.
Indeed, four of her five sisters have ended up working with horses.
Monika grew up in a tiny village called Tullahought, which recently hit the headlines when it was revealed as the ancestral home-place of George Clooney.
Before the Clooney link, Monica's father, Joseph Crowley, brought fame to the little townland.
Instead of artworks, Monika's house could so easily have been full of racing trophies and photographs of horses; growing up she had two passions, art and horses, and it could have gone either way.
PJ Franklin (Jordana Spiro) is a professional sportswriter looking for love within her world, which is dominated by her group of male friends.
Her "boys" are her family, which sometimes hinders PJ's dating life, as the men she tries to date don't know how to react to her unconventional interests and the all-important men in her life.
Brilliant 'Cheers' spin-off in which psychiatrist Frasier Crane returns to his native Seattle, where he hosts a call-in radio show and spars with his fussy brother, their ex-cop father and dad's physical therapist.
Impeccable performances and polished scripts are the hallmarks of this sitcom, Emmy's most honored series.