New Asst D.A. Danielle Brinkman, an old friend of Mike's, is eager to get re-acquainted, but out-of-sorts Mike finds it hard to date after his breakup with Ashley, despite her great looks & advances. Paul meets his fan club president.

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New Asst D.A. Danielle Brinkman, an old friend of Mike's, is eager to get re-acquainted, but out-of-sorts Mike finds it hard to date after his breakup with Ashley, despite her great looks & advances. Paul meets his fan club president.

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Carter Heywood: Just because I'm gay it doesn't mean I sleep with every guy I get a chance to. Look at you, your straight. Do... Do you sleep with every woman you get a chance to?
Stuart Bondek: YES!
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The main story just had no excitement.
3 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

After Mike's break-up with Ashley, it appears that word is out that Mike is available and he is getting many invitations. But with Mike still feeling a lost since the break-up, he is not in the mood to be doing any dating.

It just so happens that an old friend, Danielle Brinkman, is the new assistant DA. When she drops by the office Mike ask her if she would like to go get something to eat that evening. But when he learns that he has actually asked her for a date, he makes up an excuse not to go. Mike is going to have to release his past experience and move forward with his life.

This felt more like an introduction to a new character than an actually comedy sitcom. The saving grace was the side story concerning Stuart waking up in Carter's bed. That situation gave us some funny lines. Otherwise it really did not raise any interest. Here is hoping for better episodes down the road.


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