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Significant Others 

TV-14 | | Comedy | TV Series (2004– )
"Significant Others" is an improvised comedy about couples in and out of marriage counseling, taking a hysterically honest look at marriage and the rewards - and costs - that come with ... See full summary »
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"Significant Others" is an improvised comedy about couples in and out of marriage counseling, taking a hysterically honest look at marriage and the rewards - and costs - that come with being in a committed relationship. More real than traditional comedies and more imaginative than reality shows, this six-episode series features a talented ensemble of actors and comedians who, quite literally, script themselves. Written by JJ

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Alex: [Alex is trying to explain something to the spanish speaking maid Carlotta] So I just wanted to talk to you about Rodney. Devon and I are going to take over driving him to school every morning, so you don't have to do it anymore.
Carlotta: You're going to go to driving school today?
Alex: School, yes. Driving, yes.
Carlotta: Driving School.
Alex: [Devon enters] Baby, Baby, she's not understanding the driving Rodney to school thing.
Devon: Uh. No necesitamos, uh, drive, uh, our chiclet to school.
Carlotta: Chiclet is bubble gum.
Devon: [to Alex] See ...
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Excitingly Fresh
2 April 2004 | by See all my reviews

As Karen and Jack so eloquently put it on a recent episode of "Will and Grace", TVLAND has been filled with "fat husband, pretty wife", "fat husband, pretty wife", and "ugly husband, pretty wife". So much for many of today's sitcoms. This show, although not a sitcom, blows many of the others out the water. Fresh, irreverent, and purely entertaining, this show (and these entertainers) deserve so much more than they are destined to receive. It does have the advantage of being on Bravo. Hopefully Bravo will give it the carte blanche needed to attain the success it so rightfully deserves.

P.S. Eleanor and Ethan are my favorite couple. However, the rest can hold their own. I would like to see a gay couple on this show for added diversity.


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