After a divorce Jessica goes to live with her best friend Lennon, not realizing she would have so many problems with her boyfriend Joe.
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 Lennon Walker (6 episodes, 2012)
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 Jessica Black (6 episodes, 2012)
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 Joe Foley (6 episodes, 2012)
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 Rav Stark (6 episodes, 2012)
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 Queenetta Carpenter (6 episodes, 2012)
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 Naya (2 episodes, 2012)
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Lennon and her boyfriend, Joe are living together and things are good. But Lennon's best friend and former roommate, Jessica who after being told by her husband that he wants a divorce, goes to Lennon, not knowing about Joe, looking for a place to stay and Lennon can't turn her away. And Joe is not exactly warming up to their guest. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Can Totally Relate
31 May 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

My Husband and I are 30, and we watched this show accidentally; we laughed out-loud so many times, we now are Recording it every week. Some of the scenarios are stuff that has happened to us or some of our friends; the other scenarios are just funny. The Little Neighbor is wonderful, she has such a big personality. My husband and i constantly joke around with lines from the show... most commonly, "you think your fancy, huh..." If you watched this episode, you know what we're talking about.

Both of main Characters are really funny and feel very real and natural. The little neighbor does a great job, i'm not sure if it's all an act or she is that sassy in real life, but she's hilarious.

The guys are good. The Bartender is Hot, and he seems like a good secondary character. His acting is good, he's believable, not much to him yet. The main guy seems nice; he just doesn't really add much. He's not really funny, not really quirky. He's just plain. There are a few parts he could've been funny, he was just nice. I don't know if that's his point, to kind of mix into the background. But i do think a greater audience would watch if the lead guy was more representative of a regular guy in (his reactions) or if he was quirky in some way, that most guys could laugh at. That guy doesn't add much to the plot, he doesn't make it more funny. Even when he's upset, he doesn't really look upset, he looks indifferent. I don't know if its him or the writing. But he should be more......just, more.


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