Three lifelong single men hire a life coach to help them with romance and women.
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 Doug Reynolds (7 episodes, 2006)
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 Tim Clark / ... (7 episodes, 2006)
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 Dr. Victoria Stangel (7 episodes, 2006)
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 Molly Clark (3 episodes, 2006)
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 Kyle Brewster (3 episodes, 2006)
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Three lifelong single men hire a life coach to help them with romance and women.

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March 2006 (USA)  »

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Men Behaving Better  »

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Doug Reynolds: [whispering to Kyle] There's Tim! Compliment his shoes!
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OK, I saw the first ten minutes. Verdict time.
18 March 2006 | by (Montréal) – See all my reviews

Hey all, Saw it.

If "Modern Men" is supposed to mean sniveling weaklings that scamper around to fulfill the latest request or social phenomena of the "Modern Woman", then I suppose, this show meets the requirements.

If your a real man, view this at your risk. It will offend. If your a woman, than by all means enjoy. This made for women sitcom is full of male insecurities etc. This will bolster your feminist idea of the modern woman and yourself by exposing what men have turned out to be....useless appendages to society that have been replaced by a sperm bank.

And if your a guy on this show and you want some relationship domineering smart woman to tell you what to do to perhaps "get some", follow the instructions if you can.

Women rule. Gay's rule, Bush rules......heck everything but SWM rules. Welcome to the new world order where having a penis is a disadvantage.

Hollywood political correctness swings so far that 50% of humanity is reduced to a punch line.

Quite funny for the other 50%.

Aren't we all get along nicely then?


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