Susan, David, and Thumper talk about the relationship troubles a couple they all know are having. Each week a new couple is introduced along with several supporting characters.
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 Susan Crawford (5 episodes, 2000)
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 Thumper Klein (5 episodes, 2000)
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 Matt Brewer (5 episodes, 2000)
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 David Klein (5 episodes, 2000)
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Susan, David, and Thumper talk about the relationship troubles a couple they all know are having. Each week a new couple is introduced along with several supporting characters.

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Gossip. Rumors. Matchmaking. That's what friends are for?

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Comedy

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Steven Eckholdt (David) was also in the original 1992 version as a different character, Thumper. See more »

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Thumper Klein: Why don't you two just get married right now? You already argue like an old married couple.
Susan Crawford: We don't argue that much.
Thumper Klein: Are you kidding? Matt never argued with Yancy this much, and he's getting divorced.
Matt Brewer: No, but I was filled with quiet loathing and rage.
David Klein: So was Yancy; I thought you looked for that in a woman.
Matt Brewer: I do. I can't imagine a relationship without hostility and spite.
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Connections

Version of Grapevine (1992) See more »

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I was thrilled at its return
11 August 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I really liked this show. It was very interesting in style, like a mini-documentary of ordinary people and their relationships. There was so much that rang true, attitudes and reactions, that this show should have been given a longer try.

The fast cuts between the comments of one person and the successive comments was hilarious. This show was not better than "Friends," but it seemed to be truer in a general sense. It was almost like an anthology.

I hope that some of these unique little shows survive into the DVD realm. While there are only a handful of episodes, combining the two version (1992 and 2000) would make a nice little set.


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