The sitcom WE GOT IT MADE told the story of David (Matt McCoy) and Jay (Tom Villard), two single men who share an apartment. They decide to hire housekeeper Mickey Mackenzie (Teri Copley). Get it: maid, made? Each week, they had wacky adventures.
Critics hated the show, seeing it as another example of the "Jiggle TV" trend created by THREE'S COMPANY. I remember watching it every week. I was less picky then.
Teri Copley was sort of a Marilyn Monroe-esque character, with the squeaky voice and all. Stephanie Kramer (later a star of HUNTER) was also in the cast as David's girlfriend. She left halfway through the first season.
The show aired on NBC for one season, from 1983-1984. They then cancelled it.
Like CHARLES IN CHARGE, the show was revived in syndication in 1987. This time, Matt McCoy didn't appear. He was replaced by John Hillner. This new version only lasted one year as well.
Usually I try to find a YouTube clip for these old TV shows, but as I write this, nothing is available. It seems the show is quite forgotten.
Matt McCoy seemed to do well by leaving the show. He is still a very familiar face on TV, appearing most memorably as Lloyd Braun, George's nemesis, on SEINFELD.
Tom Villard, who had previously appeared in GREASE 2, went on to appear in ONE CRAZY SUMMER, was a regular on game shows and sitcoms, before dying of AIDS in 1994. There was a very sad story, before his death, about how he needed work to keep up his insurance, and how people were helping out. I remember him getting work on STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION, to keep his insurance going.
As for Teri Copley, she would continue acting through the mid 90's in smaller roles. She posed for Playboy in 1990. She is now a Born Again Christian and motivational speaker. In 2005 she wrote the religious book "Conversations Between a Girl and Her God".