Matthew Barnes is a young exec on the move up who finds himself a pawn in corporate in-fighting when he's sent to London to oversee a merger. He's to replace John Gissing; Gissing's gotten ... See full summary »
Flynn an over 30 "professional student," is banned from more classes, since he already has 22 degrees. Unexpectedly hired by a mysterious library, he's soon pursuing a stolen artifact from ... See full summary »
Mike Binder's character "Mickey Barnes" goes to see a movie with his friends and wife in one episode. The movie they go to see is Minority Report (2002). Mike Binder played the character "Leo F Crow" in Minority Report. See more »
[Willa Ford and her dancers, dancing to the tune of "I Wanna Be Bad", appear in front Mickey's bed]
Am I too young for you now?
No. No, you're perfect.
Not even in your dreams, old man.
[Willa flips him the finger and disappears]
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The Mind of the Married Man is yet another great HBO series. Where Sex and the City has a definite female point of view and focus, Married Man plays with mans struggle to keep his inner "caveman" in check and remain happily married. As a married man I find the characters completely believable. In fact I see a lot more truth in the show than I care to admit. Married Man does seem to owe something to its predecessor "Dream On" but its different enough that the similarities didn't even occur to me until someone else pointed them out. My only criticism would be the transparent child of the Married Man who magically appears every breakfast scene only to disappear for the remainder of every episode with no effect on the lives of the two main characters.
Bottom line is that Married Man is funny, revealing, and heads above any sit-com on network TV. Married guys will love this series!
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