Men in Trees (2006–2008)
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En route to a book signing in Alaska, a relationship coach finds out her fiancée's been cheating on her with a friend, causing her to question all her beliefs and teachings.

Director:

James Mangold

Writers:

Jenny Bicks (creator), Jenny Bicks
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Anne Heche ... Marin Frist
Abraham Benrubi ... Ben Jackson
Emily Bergl ... Annie O'Donnell
Seana Kofoed ... Jane Burns
Suleka Mathew ... Sara Jackson
Derek Richardson ... Patrick Bachelor
Sarah Strange ... Theresa Thomasson
James Tupper ... Jack Slattery
John Amos ... Buzz Washington
Claudette Mink ... Kiki
Tobias Slezak Tobias Slezak ... Graham
Timothy Webber ... Jerome
Françoise Yip ... Alice K
Mar Andersons ... Dave
John Boncore John Boncore ... Old Tlingit Man
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Storyline

Marin Frist has it all: a successful career as a lecturer and author about relationships, and an upcoming marriage to her dream man. Booked for a lecture (inexplicably) in the small town of Elmo, Alaska, Marin discovers her fiancé Graham is having an affair. This knowledge throws her into a quandary when she arrives in the remote Alaskan town populated mostly by men (some of whom trim trees and put out a warning sign to alert people below). Written by Ron Kerrigan <mvg@whidbey.com>

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 September 2006 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Goofs

Marin has run-ins with a skunk and a raccoon. Alaska has no skunks or raccoons. Jack explains the skunk as an aberration but the raccoon doesn't phase him. See more »

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Sit back and enjoy
7 October 2006 | by jrnpr75See all my reviews

I have been an Anne Heche fan since her soap days when she played twins Vicky and Marly on Another World. Starting the first episode I fully expected that the show never really stood a chance, and ended it delightfully surprised. I also wondered where are all the native people, but I wouldn't say it ruined the show for me. To date I have watched every aired episode and laughed out loud every time. If this show is given a fair chance I'm positive it will become a favorite of TV viewers. By the way my laughing also drew my husbands attention, and last night he watched with me. His opinion was "not half bad" (high praise from him). My mother did not care for the pilot, but stuck to it the next week and has been drawn in. I would tell anyone if you give it a chance you will fall in love with the town and its quirky characters!


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