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not planed. TV Show was canceled.
In this brand-new comedy series from the creator of Cougar Town & Scrubs, a young hot-shot falls for a beautiful woman who works on the ground floor.
When they return from Paris, Brody has to face the music for abandoning Mansfield and Jenny has to deal with the fact a spurned Harvard has fired almost everyone on the ground floor. Getting back in Mansfield's good books will be harder than Brody ever imagined, especially now that the number smart, but people challenged, Lindsay has already taken his place.
Determined to prove to Mansfield, there's no place too low to start his climb back up to the top, Brody is working on the ground floor in an effort to get noticed. Unfortunately, the only people who seem to notice are Harvard and Derrick who are worried the super efficient Brody will soon have them out of a job. They come up with a mellow way to slow him down. Jenny is thrilled to discover she went to high school with Lindsay, but less thrilled when Lindsay's memories of high school cast Jenny in a whole new light.
When Brody gets his first ground floor paycheck he gets the sticker shock of his life. In an effort to downsize, he gives up his apartment and crashes with Jenny. But when crashing feels a lot like living together, Jenny freaks out. Normally Brody would turn to Mansfield for advice, but his boss has made it clear that this time he is on his own. Harvard and Derrick bet they know how to stretch their modest ground floor pay further than Brody.
When a rival (Undateable's Brent Morin) starts poaching Mansfield's top guys, Brody thinks Mansfield will finally give him his job back, but when Mansfield makes it clear things can never be what they were, Brody has to make a big change. At Derrick's urging, Jenny has to 'break-up' with Harvard - who she's never dated - so he'll finally move on and pursue other women, like the clearly interested Lindsay. Meanwhile Threepeat has a hard time accepting the fact that this rival has tried to poach everyone but him.
Brody is excited for the first day of his new job with his new boss (guest star Brent Morin). That is until he gets his first assignment: take down Mansfield. Brody has to go toe-to-toe with the man he's looked up to for years, and possibly drive his hero out of business. Meanwhile Lindsay helps Threepeat fill the Brody shaped hole in Mansfield's life. Downstairs, Jenny and Derrick help a 'newly single' Harvard get back out there and introduce him to the world of online dating.
Brody is back upstairs in his natural habitat, and it's just in time for Mansfield's annual basketball tournament! He and Threepeat are psyched. But when Jenny, who always regretted losing her college basketball scholarship, decides she has something to prove, she signs the ground floor up to play too. Now it's upstairs vs. downstairs and boyfriend vs. girlfriend. Meanwhile, Derrick tricks Harvard and Lindsay to go on their first date and Harvard has to learn that dating is harder than he remembers it.
When Brody discovers Jenny never wants to get married it's a blow. When she says she doesn't like musicals, it's just salt in the wound. But if Brody can change Jenny's mind about musicals, maybe one day she can change her mind about marriage. Mansfield gets out of planning his daughter's wedding by pawning his wife (Emily Rutherfurd) off on Threepeat, only to feel he's missing out. Derrick convinces Harvard he's taking things too fast with Lindsay - too bad it wasn't before Harvard visited the tattoo parlour.
Brody panics when Jenny invites the cultured and sophisticated Mansfield over to their zero bedroom, half bathroom 'palace' for dinner to thank him for paying for college. Harvard and Lindsay are the perfect couple who never, ever fight. That is until all their pent up tension explodes in the middle of Jenny's dinner party. When Threepeat gets his 15 minutes of fame as a financial correspondent, he freezes up until he gets a little on camera help from former childstar Derrick.
Brody's ex-girlfriend Heather returns as a partner in the company and Brody thinks he's falling behind. As a birthday gift, Jenny decides to help Brody cross something off his life goal list to cheer him up. Mansfield has the perfect island wedding planned for his daughter, until the island sinks. With Lindsay's help, his hunt for a new wedding destination sends the whole office to sin city. Harvard feels out of place in Las Vegas until he finds the wonderful world of craps. Threepeat instantly reverts to being Heather's assistant until he snaps and finally stands up for himself. Things take a turn when Jenny finds an 'engaging' package in Brody's suitcase.
Having found an engagement ring in Brody's bag, Jenny is freaking out. She discovers it's a misunderstanding, but not before she can shoot Brody down for a proposal he didn't even give. When Mansfield takes an instant dislike to his soon-to-be son-in-law, it looks like it's up to Brody to save the wedding. After winning hundreds of thousands at craps, Lindsay and Harvard go on the spree to end all sprees, and end up having to tap into Lindsay's shadowy past to pay off their debt. Having slept with Brody's ex-girlfriend Heather, Threepeat has to either tell his friend or break it off with Heather.
James Earl(Derrick Dupree)
Skylar Astin(Brody Moyer)
Rene Gube(Mike "Threepeat" Wen)
Briga Heelan(Jenny Miller)
Rory Scovel(Mark "Harvard" Shrake)
John C. McGinley(Remington Stewart Mansfield)
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