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This Chicago-set sitcom follows the intertwined lives of six young urbanites trying to learn the ropes of adulthood. Through breakups and whatever other curve-balls life throws them, the pals stick together.
It's the lives of three couples. Dave (Kyle Bornheimer) and Julia (Christine Woods) are the relatively 'normal' couple. His best friend Vance (David Walton) has a volatile relationship with Amy (Mary Elizabeth Ellis). Julia's brother Rex (Hayes MacArthur) has a new-age relationship with Leigh (Olivia Munn) and consider themselves the superior couple.
I really like all the actors and I want to like the show a lot more than I actually did. I think that the mix of characters aren't exactly right. It's too much to have everybody acting wacky. I think Christine Woods should play more normal and transfer her craziness to the other two girls. The 'normal' central couple shouldn't be so wacky. They should derive their comedy through other ways. Olivia Munn is not the problem especially if she can act against a normal character. The jokes seem funny but they're not really hitting me right.
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