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The Benefit of Friends 

Ben's feelings toward Sarah grow and jealousy ensues - meanwhile Riley meets a man and soon finds that he doesn't have much time left.

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... Ben Lewis
... Sara Maxwell
... Aaron Greenway
... Julian 'Fitz' Fitzgerald (as Andre Holland)
... Riley Elliot
... Austin
... Daniel
... Woman
... Lucy
... Cecile
... Rebecca
... Amish Man
Danny Wynands ... Amish Saw Guy #1 (as Dan Wynands)
Jim Sharp ... Amish Saw Guy #2
Oakley Lehman ... Amish 2x4 Guy #1
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Ben's feelings toward Sarah grow and jealousy ensues - meanwhile Riley meets a man and soon finds that he doesn't have much time left.

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Great Show!!
16 September 2011 | by See all my reviews

"Friends With Benefits" is a great show! Why has it been kept a secret? Here in Boston this show is finally getting around, anyone I know who has watched a least a couple episodes really likes it. I put it up on Facebook and got lot's of positive feed back. Originally when a friend told me about the show, I googled it and pretty much wrote it off, it really got trashed. I kept hearing references at work on the show, so I watched it, and loved it! If they don't cancel it first this show, for me, will probably take the place of 2 1/2 Men. Also originally announced as one of NBC's five new comedies for the current season, it's the last one standing: with a month to go in the season, "Outsourced," "Perfect Couples," "The Paul Reiser Show" and "Love Bites" have all been shown and canceled. Sometimes being forgotten has its benefits I guess!


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