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'Cougar Town' premieres on TBS: Welcome back, cul de sac crew

There are lots of things to like about the Season 4 premiere of "Cougar Town."The jokes about Grayson being Jules' "coffee b****," for instance, and pretty much every moment Bobby and Ellie share a scene together. Tom at the window, again and forever.Mostly, though, the feeling watching the premiere -- the show's first episode on TBS -- is one of warmth. "Cougar Town" is a show where not a lot happens, and that may be part of the reason the series has never been a big hit. It's seven people hanging around, usually in one of two places, drinking and goofing one another, often hugging at the end. But for those of us who do like it, it's like hanging out with old friends. Creators Kevin Biegel and Bill Lawrence aren't running the show anymore, but new EP Ric Swartzlander has ensured that the rhythms of the show are the same, the characters intact. That... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/01/cougar-town-premieres-on-tbs-welcome-back-cul-de-sac-crew.html

'Cougar Town's' Courteney Cox: TBS move gives comedy 'more freedom'

"I can't believe we're finally back."That's more than a line of dialogue for Courteney Cox, but it's the first one she speaks as "Cougar Town" resumes by moving from ABC to TBS. The edgy comedy series starts a fourth season of new episodes on the cable network Tuesday, Jan. 8, with Cox back as Jules ... the mom who recently married her neighbor Grayson (Josh Hopkins) just as her son, Travis (Dan Byrd), was committing himself to playing the dating game.He has plenty of sources for questionable social advice if he wants it, including not only his mother and his father, Bobby (Brian Van Holt), but Jules' friends: Laurie and Ellie (Busy Philipps, Christa Miller) and Ellie's husband, Andy (Ian Gomez). Collectively, they ponder some of the more puzzling questions of modern life, even if they're the only ones puzzled by them."We're not setting out to completely change [the series]," Cox, also an executive producer... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/01/cougar-towns-courteney-cox-tbs-move-gives-comedy-more-freedom.html

'Cougar Town' Actress Talks Lesbian Rumors, Gay Marriage And Chick-Fil-A

Busy Phillips is sounding off on gay marriage, Chick-fil-A and rumors she's involved in a secret lesbian relationship with Michelle Williams in an intimate new interview . The 33-year-old " Cougar Town " actress tells Brandon Voss that marriage equality is important to her simply because she's "a decent human being." "It’s a civil rights issue," she says. "In 20 years we’re going to look back at tapes of these antigay people saying ridiculous things on the news and it’s going to sound as antiquated a the newsreels of horrible racists from the ‘50s." As for long-standing rumors that she and her "Dawson's Creek" co-star Williams are more than just good friends, Phillips adds, "I love her as deeply as I love almost anyone. But we don’t do it." She also recalls a conversation between husband Mark Silverstein and their now 4-year-old daughter Birdie Leigh. Read More... //feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/NNJ7gyc53vo/busy-phillips-advocate-interview-gay-marriage-michelle-williams-chick-fil-a_n_2426877.html

Cougar Town Season Premiere 2013 “Blue Sunday”

Cougar Town  season 4 premiere "Blue Sunday" airs Tuesday, Jan. 8 2013, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT) on TBS. Episode Synopsis: It’s the first week of marriage for Grayson and Jules, but when Grayson doesn’t know the rules, he soon becomes Jules’ "coffee and wine bitch." After Travis’ 21st birthday, Bobby tries to make up for lost time by teaching him lessons about being a man. And Ellie and Laurie try to pull Jules out of her depression when Grayson refuses to apologize for what he did in her dream. Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2013/01/08/cougar-town-season-premiere-2013-blue-sunday/

'Cougar Town' Season Four Premieres Tuesday January 8 (Video)

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'Cougar Town's' Courteney Cox says 15 episodes are 'a perfect amount'

Courteney Cox likes calling the shots, literally.The "Friends" alum has been involved extensively behind the scenes on her subsequent series, the two-season FX tabloid drama"Dirt" and the comedy "Cougar Town," which moves from ABC to TBS for its fourth season starting Tuesday, Jan. 8. She's been an executive producer on both, and she also directs five of the upcoming "Cougar Town" episodes, including the season premiere.Cox tells Zap2it she felt confident "Cougar Town" mentor Bill Lawrence (who continues as a series writer and consultant) "was going to give me that shot," since she also directed two episodes late in the show's ABC run. "Once I did the first one -- which had a big 'Braveheart'-type battle that let me have a good time and open the show up -- it was like, 'OK, good. Now we can trust her.'"I'm also involved in editing the show, and I have been since the beginning," Cox adds, "so... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/12/cougar-towns-courteney-cox-says-15-episodes-are-a-perfect-amount.html