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not planed. TV Show was canceled.
If you can think it, they will say it. From the producer of "Ride Along" and the director of "How I Met Your Mother" comes this unabashed new comedy about two diverse couples, who are both neighbors and best friends. As they go through life side by side, they can't help but analyze and obsess about EVERYTHING. From topics like sex and race, to the fact that the trusted new babysitter might just be a porn star, nothing is out of bounds for this wildly outspoken foursome.
Mitch accidentally sends a text to Angie, forcing them to go on a clumsy date and throwing off the group dynamic. Meanwhile, Russell works at Tracy's office, and in the process distracts Tracy's assistant and wins over her boss.
Mitch and Tracy are excited to welcome a new couple, Steve and Stephen, to the neighborhood, but it quickly goes south when their barking dog keeps Sadie up all night. Mitch is left with the dilemma of either confronting his new neighbors or charming his way into their hearts. Meanwhile, Russell is determined to convince Angie that they should get a dog of their own, and he's willing to do anything to show he's ready for the responsibility.
When Russell and Angie aren't seated at their favorite fish taco joint, the gang comes to the conclusion that the restaurant may be discriminating. Mitch eagerly steps up and makes a huge scene, calling out the owner for his despicable behavior in front of the crowded restaurant and winning the praise of his best friend Russell. However, when Mitch later notices the restaurant's "Entire Party Must Be Present To Be Seated" sign, he struggles for a way to come clean to Russell. Meanwhile, Tracy finds out her daughter Sadie has been involved in a bullying incident at school and is determined to help her daughter overcome the issue. When Angie discovers Tracy's perspectives on bullying are shaded by her own high-school experiences, she helps Tracy work through them with the help of Tracy's assistant Linda.
When Mitch is asked to officiate the wedding of friends Derek and Charlene, Russell is sent into a tailspin because he was the one who introduced the couple. When a piece of juicy gossip threatens to break-off the wedding, Tracy sees her first child-free weekend away at risk of being derailed by Mitch's obsession with running the perfect event. Meanwhile, as Russell maneuvers to get a bigger role in the wedding, he finds out that his wife Angie thinks he already hogged up too much of the spotlight at their own wedding.
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