Three estranged siblings are brought together once again at their father's funeral. His last will states that they must bond as a family via games thought up by their late father or they won't inherit the $23 million he has left them.
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.
A series about love, and all the crazy things it makes us do, like pretending to be a virgin to get a guy interested. Or competing with your fiancée's favorite bedroom toy. Or actually ... See full summary »
A subversive, scathing look at a self-loathing management consultant from a top-tier firm. Marty, a highly successful, cutthroat consultant is never above using any means (or anyone) necessary to get his clients the information they want.
Should be called "Obnoxious, Despicable,Self-absorbed Outcasts"
It might be hyperbole, but I don't think there has ever been a show with such obnoxious and despicable people. All four of them are annoying. The Knighton character actually confesses that he got a girl pregnant and left her. There is no way anyone is going to like him...even scumbags of the world know that is a horrible thing to do. The Torrance character is seemingly unfeeling when the father he has lived with suddenly dies. The Newton character breaks off her engagement to her boyfriend in the most unfeeling and cruel way. The Kumbhani character has a real annoying whinny voice (as does the Newton character). And do the producers think that constant talking about sex is a substitute for comedy writing?
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