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I first watched this because I was channel surfing and didn't recognize the name. Now I make time to watch this great show. It reminds me of 'the old sitcoms' that made me laugh so much. I don't need an intricate plot or running back story to be entertained by a sitcom, I just want the actors to be good and to have some great dialogue. Better with You delivers on these. The premise of viewing relationships from 3 different points of view is fantastically funny, particularly when you're watching the show with your partner and trying to decide which couple you are most like. The ladies definitely drive the comedy of the show, with the men being the foils. Josh Cooke is hilarious as the 'OMG she's dating a musician' boyfriend, and, of course, Debra Jo Rupp is brilliant as the Mom who always has the perfect one liner. I would definitely recommend this show.
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