Kevin and Jamie are two roommates. Kevin is irresponsible and sloppy, but compared to super-slob and slacker Jamie, Kevin looks almost anal-retentive. While both are content to wallow in ... See full summary »

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 Jamie Coleman (35 episodes, 1996-1997)
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 Brenda Mickowski (26 episodes, 1996-1997)
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 Kevin Murphy (23 episodes, 1996-1997)
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 Sarah Stretten (22 episodes, 1996-1997)
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Kevin and Jamie are two roommates. Kevin is irresponsible and sloppy, but compared to super-slob and slacker Jamie, Kevin looks almost anal-retentive. While both are content to wallow in their immaturity, Kevin must contend with his girlfriend Sarah's attempt to "improve" him. Jamie is always ready to provide immoral support. Written by Mike Konczewski

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Five billion years of evolution, and it's come to this?

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18 September 1996 (USA)  »

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It's a Man's World  »

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US version of British sitcom of the same name starring Martin Clunes and Neil Morressey. See more »

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Featured in Jennifer Saunders: Laughing at the 90s (2011) See more »

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a show with a promising start
28 August 2002 | by (Boise, ID, USA) – See all my reviews

this could have been one of the greatest sitcoms the U.S. has ever seen. The first season was very strong; more so than other "greats" like the first seasons of Seinfeld, Friends, M.A.S.H, etc. The dynamics of the relationships between Kevin and Jamie, and Kevin and Sarah made for great TV. These were good comedic actors that worked together well and made us laugh week to week, also because the stories were based in realities of roommates and girlfriends. When the second season came along, and Kevin and Sarah were gone, everything that made the show great was gone. Did some idiot at the network fire them, or did they want off? Either way it killed a show that could have had many great seasons ahead of it.


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