A comedic look at a support group with eating disorders.
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 Sam (7 episodes, 2005)
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 Billie Frasier (7 episodes, 2005)
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 Adam Williams (7 episodes, 2005)
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 Dan Roundtree (7 episodes, 2005)
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 Group Leader (5 episodes, 2005)
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 Amy Roundtree (4 episodes, 2005)
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 Alison (4 episodes, 2005)
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 Shanti (3 episodes, 2005)
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 Joaney (3 episodes, 2005)
Darla Hill ...
 Tanorexic (3 episodes, 2005)
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 Randy (3 episodes, 2005)
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 Submissive (2 episodes, 2005)
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 Charles (2 episodes, 2005)
Daniel Hank ...
 Jerry (2 episodes, 2005)
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 Harold (2 episodes, 2005)
Chris John ...
 Nate (2 episodes, 2005)
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 Heather / ... (2 episodes, 2005)
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 Sarah (2 episodes, 2005)
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Four thirty-something New Yorkers with various eating disorders lean on one another for support in this dark and poignant comedy that chronicles their romantic and personal lives. Sam is a neurotic commitment-phobic stock broker recovering from compulsive overeating; Adam is a bulimic NYPD cop; Dan, who works as a writer, is an overweight compulsive-eater; and Billie is an anorexic/bulimic and aspiring singer/songwriter. Written by DesertShark25

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Comedy | Drama

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4 August 2005 (USA)  »

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$500,000 (estimated)
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Group Leader: If you were a dog, I'd kick you in the face
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Brilliant
5 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This series was easily the most missed, underrated entry to the 2005 television season. The writing is sharp and witty, the humor far ranging and more than a little subversive. But most importantly, the characters are rich and well developed. It's easy to sit down in the middle of an episode for the first time and be taken aback by the subject matter, or let the fact that it deals with eating disorders cloud your vision of the bigger picture. But at it's core the story is less about disorders and more about how the group of characters struggles with the hardships in life (be they natural or self-generated), and how they are there to help, support and understand one another. The stories are well told and I wish F/X gave us more episodes to see how the lives of the characters unfolded.


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