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.

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... Marin Frist
... Ben Jackson
... Annie O'Donnell
... Jane Burns
... Sara Jackson
... Patrick Bachelor
... Theresa Thomasson
... Jack Slattery
... Buzz Washington
... Kiki
Tobias Slezak ... Graham
... Jerome
... Alice K
... Dave
John Boncore ... Old Tlingit Man
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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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alaska | author | plane | computer | advisor | See All (9) »

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12 September 2006 (USA)  »

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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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Marin moves out of her standard New York City life to face the Great North
29 September 2006 | by See all my reviews

This does remind me of my time in Alaska as a New York City woman facing a surprising environment and interesting people and flora and fauna. I did find it believable except for the fact that no one consummates in this pilot. It would have been warmer if they actually had sex but I guess it would not have passed the "censor". And now we get to wonder what will happen next. The acting is sweet and energetic and it has both a funny and pathetic twist. I was left wanting to return to Alaska and to return to the next episode of this cute family show. I loved the little touches, especially her slapstick antics, her high heels, and the confusion of a new environment way over her head. And now there are plenty of lessons to be learned..By the way, I emailed my Alaskan friend and told him to check it out.


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