" You and I Will Meet Again " deals with the elephant in the room: Travis and Laurie.
While Cougar Town put to rest Travis and Laurie for now it’s difficult to imagine that they will not intersect again metaphorically. The problems Travis and Laurie more
It’s not the easiest of episodes to pull off, heading into the past, but Cougar Town does so admirably in " Flirting With Time " as we witnessed the beginnings of Ellie and Jules’ friendship and Andy and Bobby’s ever-lasting love for each other.
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" Restless " is a slightly different form for a typical Cougar Town episode.
The comedy is there, of course, but tonight the stories for the cul-de-sac crew weren’t in place solely to tell a joke or pick up on some odd character trait to run with for t more
Cougar Town tackles what might be one of life’s hardest questions on " Runnin' Down a Dream " – the dream job.
It’s nice to see an episode focus on everyone’s jobs because as nice as all the various ways of drinking wine and shenanigans the cul-de-sac more
" I Should Have Known It " felt a little off compared to prior episodes of Cougar Town Season 4 , as we saw Tom in a (somewhat) different manner.
Tom isn’t the most compelling character in the ensemble, and while he’s excellent for a creepy joke here a more
Cougar Town tends to be at its most enjoyable when it allows itself to be both an absurd sitcom and a show about severely damaged people at the same time; just look at the scene from “Between Two Worlds” in which Bobby, or should I say, Ron Mexico, is co more
" Between Two Worlds " was an apt title for tonight’s Cougar Town , as we witnessed Jules and Grayson decide on last names, Bobby wonder where his life is going and the selflessness of Travis with Laurie come to the forefront.
As I’ve noted ad nauseam more
When a major change happens behind the scenes of a show, like Cougar Town switching networks, it’s tempting to want to pin the blame for any and all variations in quality on the shift, but I’m going to try and avoid doing that here. That is to say, I di more