Cooper, the illustrator of “Poison Ivy,” is a poor little rich girl. There is a confusion about being played by Sara Gilbert and living in Los Angeles where she lives with her beautiful mother (Cheryl Ladd) who died of her empathy and a wealthy father (Tom Skerritt).
As soon as he could, Cooper rebelled against empty suburban life, but everything he could do was exposed to his own mysterious sarcasm. In your heart, the slut, “roll!” He liked being like Ivy (Drew Barrymore). The attitude is long admired. As soon as Ivy emerges, they remain alone as Cooper and become best friends as soon as they meet.