(Season One Finale) Stuart brags to anyone and everyone about his pending night out with Kimberly. Later, he drives Wade, Jessica and Kives around to some parties, including Amelia's birthday, where ...
Stuart bonds with some construction guys, who invite him for a night out in Long Beach with promises of his meeting easy women. Jessica gives Wade advice on how to win back Marion after 30 days of no...
Brit Karl Pilkington has led a sheltered life. Not having done any traveling, he enjoys living within the comforts of what he knows, basically that being what is purely British. As such, ... See full summary »
This show is similiar in pathos to "Extras" a show that was written by and starring Stephen Merchant and Ricky Gervais. It is a testament to the collaborative writing of Merchant and Gervais that the viewer can easily imagine the dialogue of Merchants character Steven Pritchard being voiced by Gervais. See more »
Steve Merchant is at it again. I will be an avid viewer of this show for the comedic writing, timing and humor.
The show places Merchant's character in America fighting through a lonely single life. As a viewer you are rooting for Merchant to succeed but left with awkward, hard to watch scenes that make you laugh out loud.
The characters in this show are diverse and play off each other well. Merchant is seemingly the most normal person person in the show placed in unfortunate (yet hilarious) situations.
I recommend this show to anyone who was a fan of the Office (UK) or the Ricky Gervais Show. You will enjoy Hello Ladies!
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