After losing her boyfriend and her high-powered job as an attorney all on one day, Nina finds that the only job available to her is at the Public Defender's office. She quickly realizes ... See full summary »
Annie and Jake finally get engaged after six years, but her larger-than-life personality and his laid-back approach to life will severely test the theory of "opposites attract". They quickly realize getting engaged was the easy part.
Three estranged siblings are brought together once again at their father's funeral. His last will states that they must bond as a family via games thought up by their late father or they won't inherit the $23 million he has left them.
Danny Burton is a 30-ish carefree single guy who has watched most of his friends move on to serious relationships. When his last remaining friend Shannon moves out to get married, Danny ... See full summary »
Becca, as she nears 40, is about to embark on her second wedding to Andy Kelly, but her joy is tempered by the absence of her old best friend Lolly who's a no-show, having dropped out of their relationship years ago.
In Weird Loners, four people who are bad in relationships improbably wind up as joined-at-the-hip friends. There's the player-jerk, the child-man, the commitment phobic artist, and the suffocating one.
Of course, all TV series are basically built around getting a bunch of people to hang out together and then finding stuff for them to do, so the theme of relationship dysfunction comes and goes, but the series hasn't forgotten the underlying theme so far.
The show is quite funny and likable. It's got a good cast, particularly Becki Newton, who I'm pulling for since I liked her last, failed series, The Goodwin Games. I'm hoping this show is doing well, but I haven't heard anything about its ratings so I'll just keep my fingers crossed that it survives.
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