Three adaptations of Danielle Steel novels. In 'Daddy' (1991), Oliver Watson (Patrick Duffy) is a successful executive whose life is thrown into turmoil when his wife leaves to 'discover herself'. While his marriage collapses, Oliver's children start to blame him for their family problems, and when his mother dies, he decides to start a new life in Los Angeles. There he meets a beautiful young actress, but will his children ever accept her into their lives? In 'Fine Things' (1990), Bernie Fine (D.W. Moffett) falls in love with beautiful divorceé Liz (Tracy Pollan) and starts a wonderful new life with her. When Liz dies of cancer, Bernie is left looking after her daughter. But when Liz's ex-husband kidnaps his daughter and takes her away to Mexico, Bernie must track her down and bring her home. Finally, in 'Messages From Nam' (1993), young Paxton Andrews (Jenny Robertson) meets attractive young law student Peter (Steven Eckholdt) at college in the 1960s. But when Peter is drafted and killed in Vietnam, Paxton starts studying journalism and travels out to Saigon to report on an unjust war.