Henry's girlfriend breaks up with him right after she convinces him to move to Chicago. With nowhere to turn, he responds to an ad placed in the paper by Larry Cone for a roommate, and he helps Henry...
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Henry Beckman left his ideal life in Missouri to movie to Chicago with his girlfriend Heather to work in her family's business. But in the course of one morning, Henry loses his girlfriend, his apartment, and his job. In his vulnerable state, he meets his new roommate, the vain, flashy, and lovable rogue, Larry Cone, and then goes to work for Larry's childhood friend, Amanda, a beautiful mess who's unsuccessfully trying to emulate her idol, Kelly Ripa. Larry is in need of someone new around to listen to his theories about life and women after his best friend and former roommate got, Brad got engaged to Tina, a cold, controlling woman who has nothing but contempt for Larry. Written by
Lex Medlin and Nat Faxton are both hilarious.In my opinion this show was better than the rest of the new shows the big networks brought out for the Fall season.This show was pulled from the Fox Thursday night lineup on November 3rd 2006 with no word as to which the shows remaining unaired episodes will ever be released.This was my favorite show. I watched all of the episodes and even went to a taping of the show. It's a shame the show was pulled after only four episodes.The cast was spectacular. I personally believe the only reason the show didn't make it was because of lack of advertisement. Happy Hour this ones for you.
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