A drama about three couples and the therapist they share.

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2007  
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 Jaime (10 episodes, 2007)
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 David (10 episodes, 2007)
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 Isabella (10 episodes, 2007)
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 Palek (10 episodes, 2007)
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 Carolyn (10 episodes, 2007)
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 Katie (10 episodes, 2007)
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 Dr. May Foster (10 episodes, 2007)
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 Mason (9 episodes, 2007)
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 Arthur Foster (9 episodes, 2007)
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 Joshua Walker (9 episodes, 2007)
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 Himself (9 episodes, 2007)
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 Herself (9 episodes, 2007)
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 Hugo (8 episodes, 2007)
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 Nick (6 episodes, 2007)
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 Rita (6 episodes, 2007)
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Tell Me You Love Me revolves around three couples, Jamie and Hugo (Borth and Kirby), Katie and David (Walker and DeKay), and Carolyn and Palek (Walger and Scott), each with their own problems concerning intimacy in their relationships. They seek the help of therapist May Foster (Alexander), who herself has relationship problems with her partner Arthur (Selby).

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Sex. Life.

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Drama | Romance

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SexLife  »

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Despite portraying a character who is uncertain about wanting to have a child, Adam Scott actually became a first-time father in the middle of shooting the fourth episode of the series. See more »

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Fantastic depiction of married life in all its broken splendor
30 September 2007 | by (Washington, DC) – See all my reviews

If you are uncomfortable about therapy, this show is not for you. The marriages depicted here are all broken - as 99% of relationships are - and they're broken enough that therapy is the only way to rescue them. The characters are interesting and deep, and their problems are realistic and almost scary in their accuracy. My favorite is the comments I've seen on some boards and even in HBO's little viewer comment section after each episode - when one of the reviewers said they couldn't imagine sex becoming annoying just because you have to have a lot of it to conceive, my wife and I laughed uproariously and yelled at the screen. Clearly some people just don't understand what it's like to be married! Fortunately, the writers of this show apparently do. There's good and bad, and sometimes you need help figuring out which is which. The show presents a fascinating view of modern marriage without any of the romantic crap and idealism that underlies most of TV today. Bravo, HBO! We're addicted.


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