Free Agents (2011)
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Newly-divorced Alex is missing his kids and trying to keep himself together. Alex's co-worker Helen thinks she has it together, but she drinks too much in order to cope with her fiancé's ... See full summary »

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Newly-divorced Alex is missing his kids and trying to keep himself together. Alex's co-worker Helen thinks she has it together, but she drinks too much in order to cope with her fiancé's untimely death. It's no surprise then, when these two overworked public relations executives share an ill-fated night of passion and are forced to cope with the awkward aftermath. Written by NBC Publicity

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Written by Andy Kim and Jeff Barry
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Free Agents is Too Expensive for My Taste *
16 September 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Dreadful television show that wasn't even helped by the fact that there were no commercials until nearly 20 minutes had passed. Without the audience participation by laughter, we get a dead-pan like routine most appropriate for this dismal show.

There is one bright light, that of the officer worker who knows how to give one-liners in the tradition of Eve Arden or Thelma Ritter, but unfortunately she is given little to do.

The guys at the office are the cliché types. Everyone can't wait to make a score with some chick and that's all they talk about or are inferring in this seriously flawed show. What exactly is this business all about? That's never adequately explained here.

The premise that a guy and a gal working in the same office, coming off a divorce and a dead partner can make it together, is not the greatest to begin with.


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