Nate and Marni are complete opposites; Nate's comes from a long line of geniuses who all eventually go insane. Then there's Marni, an occupational therapist and everlasting optimist. ... See full summary »
Barry (Green), Ben (Cooke), Jason (Grinnell), and Bobby (McRae) are lifelong friends who affectionately refer to themselves as the "Four Kings of New York. The guys find their bonds to one another tested when they all move into the apartment that Ben inherited from his grandmother.
Dr. Dupont arrives at a mental facility to apply for a staff position. World famous Dr. Quilly interviews her, and has her sign papers. She is thrilled to get the job, and is shown her room... See full summary »
The story centers on around the mysterious death of repeat drunk driving offender Thacker and the discovery of his body in an alley behind the Marshalltown, Iowa, police department after his latest DUI arrest.
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas... but only if you have a good lawyer. In this witty procedural about people behaving badly, two very different lawyers handle the type of problems that... See full summary »
Nate and Marni are complete opposites; Nate's comes from a long line of geniuses who all eventually go insane. Then there's Marni, an occupational therapist and everlasting optimist. Somehow, they meet and ironically find a connection that could become love, if they allow themselves to let it happen! Also, there's a dying clown living in the closet. Written by
In the pilot episode, Marni tries to get a date to sing "Mahna Mahna" with her. In later episodes, it turns out to be her cellphone's ringtone. See more »
Marni suggested we do something together.
Alright, how about Saturday?
Saturday's no good. I'm doing something.
Oh, I see. You think I can't play basketball because I'm in a wheelchair.
No, I think you're a great basketball player.
Why? Cause I'm black?
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I got this show from an internet download (I don't live in the US. I wasn't expecting much but I really was impressed. My g/f and I loved it, even from the pilot. The main guy reminds me of Ben Stiller or Jason Lee - if you like the awkwardness of 'Meet the parents' you'll probably enjoy this show. Nice to see someone taking a few chances with sitcom, it touches on several points concerning race and disability, always getting close to the edge but without offending anyone. A nice surprise was that the supporting players are all good, esp the guy in the wheelchair. Apparently my comment didn't contain enough lines so I'll add that in one episode they used a real cat, which surprised me, normally a sitcom would use some awful puppet.
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