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not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Ned and Stacey are brought together in a marriage of convenience - Ned needs to be married to get a promotion, while Stacey desperately needs to move out of her parents' house, and Ned has a very good apartment.
Self-centered ad exec Ned allows liberal journalist Stacey to share his apartment on one condition: that she marry him.
The "happy newlyweds" get their first chance to see if they can pull off the deception when Ned invites clients to the apartment for drinks.
Stacey finds herself in the unusual position of "cheating" on Ned---after he encourages her to pursue an attractive man she meets in a bar.
Stacey sinks her teeth into an exposé on an ice-cream mogul who's being unfriendly to the environment. Trouble is, he's a client of Ned's.
Eric thinks he's being a model husband when he admits that he's spending the night with the beautiful spokesperson Ned's hired for a commercial.
Ned and Stacey have to do some quick shuffling when Stacey's parents drop by while the newlyweds each have a date over.
Ned discovers that he shares an interest in horticulture with Stacey's childhood neighbor, and romance blossoms.
Ned and Stacey accidentally share a passionate kiss, then wonder what to do when they realize they liked it.
Stacey's debts leave her hopelessly devoted---to the bank, which wants its money tout de suite.
It's a turkey of a Thanksgiving for Stacey, who gets depressed that "instead of a husband, I've got Ned!".
Stacey badgers Ned into going shopping with her for a bed; but when the only one she likes is already sold, Ned bribes the salesman.
The couple begin fighting over their new friend, who's been hanging out with Ned and dating Stacey.
Ned fears he'll lose an important account unless he gives in to a client who's trying to seduce him.
Ned hopes that Stacey is never brought to mind when she opts to forgo the New Year's Eve party he throws for his co-workers.
Ned fears that the young neophyte the agency hired is after his job, especially after he's ordered to take a vacation.
A publishing bigwig promises to look over Stacey's qualifications as a journalist, but it's Ned's talents that stop the presses.
Amanda can't resist asking Ned to put in a good word for Eric, who's up for a promotion to head of the accounting department.
Stacey asks Ned to act like the perfect husband for the benefit of her high-school arch rival, who's visiting the couple.
A gay client of Ned's discovers the couple's separate bedrooms and becomes convinced that Ned is not out of the closet.
Ned enters the hospital for gallbladder surgery, but his lack of guts may keep him from going under the knife.
A TV star looking to buy property in New York has a different kind of move in mind after he meets Amanda.
Stacey moves out after Amanda urges her to "stop complaining about your life and do something."
Ned overextends himself at a poker game and wagers a night with Stacey to cover his bet on a great hand.
Fifty bucks says Stacey can find a better woman for Ned than any man he could find for her. Ned wins the bet but may lose his "wife" to the guy she's fallen for.
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