When Brody's hyper-competitive ex-girlfriend from business school, Heather, comes back into the picture, Jenny's worried that Heather is a better match for Brody than she is. When they all take the ...
This show appears to be an example what happens when one party appears to no longer be trying and another party is trying WAAAAYYY to hard to salvage what is being filmed. This is far from Bill Lawrence's strongest effort. Writing wise, it just isn't there. I take it as a bad sign when I'm watching a comedy when I find myself waiting to actually laugh. I have to honestly ask myself if this was a dare that he had to perform in order to get another season of Cougar Town, or if he is doing this to protest some of TBS' programing decisions where they renew barely watchable shows ("Sullivan and Son" and "Men at Work") and not renewing watchable and likable shows (Wedding Band).
John McGinley is totally wasted on this show. His performance is that of a person that senses that he is involved in some weak sauce and is trying way to hard to make it watchable.
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