A fast-talking witty and charming comedy. Some stellar characters and performances by the cast. After it was cancelled there was no surprise that almost all of the cast members were hired for other sitcoms like New Girl, Mindy Project, Benched, Marry Me, and more.
Forget who gets to keep the ring when a couple splits the real question is, who gets to keep the friends? In this modern comedy, a couple's break up will complicate all of their friends'... More
Forget who gets to keep the ring when a couple splits the real question is, who gets to keep the friends? In this modern comedy, a couple's break up will complicate all of their friends' lives and make everyone question their choices. When life throws you for a loop... hold on tight to the people you love.
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Too bad this show was canceled. All the characters are ridiculously funny in their own way and the whole show is simply hilarious. It's definitley worth watching!
Hope it gets picked up by some other network, amazingly sincere and weirdly likeable. A sitcom that shouldn't have been cancelled.
This is constantly compared to Friends. I hated Friends. This was funny. Like actually funny and didn't use a laugh track to convince you it was funny.
Cast was great. Episodes off the wall. Mostly a gang you would want to hang out with but not take any life advice from.
A fantastic show that should not have been cancelled. Well written comedic banter between a seemingly non-cohesive group of 25+ year old couples, it follows the day-to-day lives of the 5 main characters.
All in all it seems to be a "like" show to New Girl, without the headlining actress.
Even though it got cancelled, I still recommend watching it.
This show is hilarious - great for anyone looking for a Friends replacement. Brad (Daman Wayans Jr) is the standout star for me, but I love all the characters so much.
A fun little comedy. For me i did not start off strong but i think really found its gropve over time. The characters developed well and instead of telling the exact same joke about the exact same character flaws they did it in a pretty creative way. The writers really shined when it came to dialog and breaking the third wall.
" quaint, isn't that the area between a womans goal and her penalty box? " - Penny