A comedy about how friendships and romances both enhance and complicate our lives, which centers on three longtime friends and their attempts to navigate the demands of their relationships.

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 Mike (13 episodes, 2011)
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 Adam (13 episodes, 2011)
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 Ethan (13 episodes, 2011)
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 Lisa (13 episodes, 2011)
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 Callie (13 episodes, 2011)
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A comedy about how friendships and romances both enhance and complicate our lives, which centers on three longtime friends and their attempts to navigate the demands of their relationships. Written by Fox Publicity

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Is the adaptation of the Israeli hit comedy "Ramzor". See more »

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At one point during the series, Callie's Toyota Yaris is stolen, and both Callie and Adam buy a new Toyota Prius to replace her car. However in subsequent episodes, Callie is seen driving the same Toyota Yaris that had been stolen, and the Prius is never seen again. See more »

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Remake of Ramzor (2008) See more »

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My 395th review: Occasionally laugh out funny but mostly you want to punch 'em
30 March 2011 | by (the big screen) – See all my reviews

Traffic Light based on the hugely successful Hebrew hit Ramzor about three guys, one married, one in a live-in relationship, and one a player, is not bad per se, but I can't really love the idea of guys who constantly talk ALL THE TIME to each other - friendship is one thing - being pseudo-girly is a bit much.

When its truly sarcastic it's laugh out loud funny, but the conversations are too much, though situations are good and occasionally this show delivers stunning one-liners, but the payoffs are few and far between.

All in all if your over 30 it will make you smile wryly but it probably won't be the show you're going to want to become your absolute favorite.


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