SMK could be cheesy as hell, especially viewed from a modern lense, but anyone could tell the leads had amazing chemistry. For those that aren't familiar with the show, here's some info:
Amanda King (Kate Jackson) was a divorced single mother, trying to get her life back in order. She had a mother, two sons (Philip and Jamie), and a boyfriend her mother pressured her to marry (remember this was the 80's and it was still alright to tell a woman that her place was in the home). She wasn't ready to get remarried, so she kept putting her mother off. Then, out of the blue, she meets Lee (Bruce Boxleitner) and he needs her help. Her mission: pass a package along to a man in a red hat. Problem: everyone is wearing a red hat. Solution: She takes the package home. What follows is four seasons of spies and lies, of stopping Soviets with nukes, of saving the president from being poisoned, and of keeping her mother out of trouble (there was at least one episode a season in which poor Dottie was in danger).
I got into this show in 2012 (I used it to escape the insanity of planning my aunt's surprise 50th birthday party at one point). I'm not sure what made me check out a show that premiered 3 years before I was born and was canceled 6 months after my birth, but I'm glad I did. As a matter of fact, I'm going to watch one of my favorite episodes, Any Number Can Play, from season 4. It is light on the romance, but heavy on the humor and I can use that about now. As they say, you should never go to bed angry.