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At times comedic and at other times heartbreaking, the series follows the intertwining lives of three Manchester couples at different stages in their relationships. At the start, Adam Williams and Rachel Bradley are a new couple. Adam's best friend Pete Gifford and his wife Jenny are adjusting to life as new parents. While Rachel's friends Karen and David Marsden fear the possible disintegration of their marriage. Other reoccurring characters include the Marsden's nanny, Ramona, and, in later series, Rachel's coworker Jo Ellison. Poignantly true to life but with fantastical twists the drama/sitcom explorers all the ups and downs of romance. Written by
The first draft of the pilot episode script set the characters in North London. The setting was moved to Manchester because it was cheaper to film there and would be easier for television audiences to relate to. See more »
The most irritating thing about this pitiful waste of time is James Nesbitt as Adam. He is the stereotype Irishman, whose childish behavour matches his lack of reality. I didn't think any show I saw on the TV could make me dislike the Midlands and thirtysomethings more but this drivel manages to do the job!! Why don't these dills get a life.
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