This sitcom in named after two of the six main characters, each with a name rather suggesting the other gender: Jaqueline 'Jack' and David 'Jill' Jillefski, who gradually realize they were ... See full summary »
The friends are invited to the wedding of Jill's ex Becky Hart; Mikey looks forward to lots of dating opportunities; asking Jack as his date perhaps wasn't Jill's best move, as she considers it their...
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Mac, LiAnn, and Vic are recruited by a top-secret government agency, working out of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. They have many (mis)adventures together, and soon, they are joined ... See full summary »
Jack discards Jill right before their impending marriage. But Jack and Jill decide to continue with an open relationship. Each starts a new affair. Jack meets Laura, Jill meets Stephen. ... See full summary »
This sitcom in named after two of the six main characters, each with a name rather suggesting the other gender: Jaqueline 'Jack' and David 'Jill' Jillefski, who gradually realize they were in love at first sight. The other main characters are brilliant but insecure med student Barto, philosopher-barman Mikey, a natural womanizer who cultivates immaturity and disarming charm, Broadway-actress-dancer Audrey, who becomes Barto's girl, and Elisa Cronkite, Jack's colleague at the TV station. Written by
Amelia Heinle was originally cast as Jack, but after the pilot was replaced by Amanda Peet. See more »
I'm sure you realize the chances of sustaining oneself as a dancer long-term are so slim. Have you thought about what you'll do in the event that things don't work out in the long run?
Well, actually I thought I'd snag a young medical student and get him to marry me before he realizes what a lowbrow loser I am.
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I have seen many shows, from 90210 to Saved by the Bell, to Melrose Place, etc. But unlike any of those shows, this is the one show that has really caught my interest. This show is not only romantic and funny, but so cute & interesting and makes you believe in FAITH. For those romantics out there, this is the one show you don't want to miss. Just by the title of it you can expect that both Jack & Jill will end up together, but if you started seeing this show since day one, you know that it wasn't that easy. First of all, when it first started, they were both in love with someone else, and then, thanks to the help of faith, they ended up together but by conquering various obstacles. I have seen this show since the beginning, and I still can't get enough of it. I wish they could show it like Friends, every single day, but by showing it every Wed., it just keeps you guessing & waiting for the next episode. This is the one show that I even leave work early for, since day one, I have never missed an episode. I am still waiting to see if Elisa stays with Mikey. Its a great show & I just hope that it never goes off the air. I want Jack & Jill for more years to come.
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