Stansfield becomes Claire's mailman which makes her uncomfortable. She gets him transferred which leads him to encounter a teen bully. Zack and Stansfield deal with the bully while Max bonds with an ...
Stansfield realizes that he has no interests that are not Zack's. Claire joins him when he decides to take up ballroom dancing. Bob enjoys a book about owls and his passion attracts a woman from work...
The men go to a conspiracy theory convention to meet women. Claire goes to do research only to run into her new boyfriend. She discovers he believes in aliens. Bob is the only one who feels the need ...
Andy is a short story writer, who makes his living by working at a huge faceless company in present day Chicago, writing Technical Manuals. In his active, fertile, writer's imagination, we ... See full summary »
An aspiring African-American talk show host sets out with two girlfriends to videotape interviews with multicultural women about life, love and sex. She interviews her friends Michelle, who... See full summary »
A shadow agency, involved in international espionage, has several undercover operatives at its disposal. But the best of the bunch is Agent 15. This long, leggy lady of the gun manages to overcome even the most impossible odds.
The penthouse residing Conklin family of socialites and the basement dwelling McBride family of maintenance men find themselves unhappily linked when the heiress daughter and blue collar son fall in love.
Brian Van Holt,
I couldn't find this show the least bit funny. Okay, the idea about the paranoid guys and their therapist is a very good one, but the whole series isn't involving enough to get the viewer in to it. There are certain shows that don't manage to be funny no matter how good the premise is. This is one of those shows.
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