Two lifelong friends, who are both architects, form a business partnership.
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Series cast summary:
Michael Urie ...  Louis / ... 13 episodes, 2012-2013
David Krumholtz ...  Joe Goodman 13 episodes, 2012-2013
Sophia Bush ...  Ali Landow 13 episodes, 2012-2013
Brandon Routh ...  Wyatt Plank 13 episodes, 2012-2013
Tracy Vilar ...  Ro-Ro 9 episodes, 2012-2013
Jillian Bell ...  Renata 6 episodes, 2012-2013
David Bloom ...  Joe at 9 6 episodes, 2012-2013
Buck the St. Bernard Buck the St. Bernard ...  Joe's Childhood Dog / ... 6 episodes, 2012-2013
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Partners is a comedy that is about a life long bromance between Joe and Louis, two architects who have been friends nearly their entire lives. They are now are business partners, owning their own small architecture firm. Joe is very rational and level headed, following his head over his heart, sometimes a detriment to his relationships. Joe is newly engaged to Ali, a beautiful jewelry designer who brings out the best in him. Louis, in contrast to Joe, is passionate, outspoken and tends to exaggerate in order to make his point. Louis' partner's name is Wyatt, and is a vegan male nurse who is soft spoken and overly understanding. As they live their lives they must find a way to adapt, redefining the bond between them both personally and professionally now that there is an addition of two other important relationships. Written by Bryn Jordan

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Four friends. Three couples.

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USA

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English

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2012 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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16:9 HD
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This is the third project called "Partners" with which director James Burrows has been involved, after the 1982 Ryan O'Neal and John Hurt movie and the 1995 Tate Donovan and Jon Cryer TV series. See more »

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So disappointed
24 September 2012 | by PyromaniaSee all my reviews

I don't often watch new shows; I wait until they've been on a season or two, have heard about it from all my friends, and feel compelled to catch up with the hype. I saw the previews for this and thought it looked delightful, so I figured, "why not?"

I was very disappointed with the actual product.

All of the actors are WAY too over the top; the pace of the dialogue was obviously intended to be snappy and witty, but it just seems rushed and forced; all of the characters are horribly stereotypical, but not in a cutesy fun way: it's almost insulting. The most grating thing about this? The horrific rhythmic clapping they play for scene transitions.

I'll stick around for two more episodes (shows very often change after the pilot). Hopefully they'll fix the issues, but I doubt it.


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