Womanizing Will lives a carefree bachelor life on a Christmas song's royalties - until 11 y.o. Marcus and his cute mom Fiona move in next door. Will provides an escape for Marcus from his vegan, hippie, uncool, depressed mom.
Labyrinthine, important, and intensely indulging, FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS is a vivid and revealing glimpse of reality. Shocking betrayals, devastating losses, and costly miscalculations have ... 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.
I'am from Europe and when this show hits the internet here it's Saturday, around 4AM. At that time I'am either buzzing from Friday night out, or I'am down because I spent entire evening at home. In any case I eagerly await to see new episodes after which I go to sleep with happy thoughts. When I review movies there is whole bunch of things I look at, but when I rate a comedy show there is only one valid criteria - does it make me laugh. And Friends with Benefits definitely put a smile on my face every single time. Comedy itself is a very subjective matter, so I do understand people who aren't so enthusiastic as I am, but still I feel that the reviews here are just too harsh. For the people who are reading these comments and are considering whether to start watching this show; just go ahead, if you do like it you just might get one extra thing to look forward every week. It's worth a shot. Cheers
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