The Exes, Vol. 1HDClosed Captioning
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A comedy about three divorced men sharing an apartment across the hall from their female divorce attorney, who is also their landlord. The "never been married" Holly (Kristen Johnston) introduces her newest single client Stuart (David Alan Basche) to his new roommates -- ladies' man Phil (Donald Faison) and the sardonic homebody, Haskell (Wayne Knight). Things get off to a shaky start for Phil and Haskell when they begin to have reservations about living with clingy Stuart, but Holly is right across the hall to help them steer clear of any catastrophes. After all, it helps her to avoid her own relationship and commitment issues! To top it all off, Holly's hard-partying assistant Eden (Kelly Stables), doesn't let her professionalism get in the way of prying into her boss's personal life. Through the episodes, the guys begin to realize that the issues they have with each other are the same ones that they had with their ex-wives.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPilot||Divorce attorney Holly (Kristen Johnston) sets up newly single Stuart with also divorced roommates: Phil (Donald Faison) and Haskell (Wayne Knight). After a rocky start with Stuart the unlikely team helps him come to terms with his new unmarried life.||21:15||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoA Little Romance||Phil (Donald Faison) uses Holly’s assistant to help him land a star jockey as a client, but he’s got his eyes on a bigger prize. Haskell (Wayne Knight) talks Stuart into selling sentimental mementos from his marriage but Stuart has trouble letting go.||21:15||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWorking Girl||Holly (Kristen Johnston), determined to find Stuart (David Alan Basche) a date, introduces him to a woman who turns out to be a true professional. Haskell (Wayne Knight) invents a fabulous online lifestyle for himself in order to one-up his ex-wife.||21:15||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoLutz and the Real Girl||Haskell (Wayne Knight) panics when his online girlfriend surprises him with a visit, because he used Phil’s (Donald Faison) picture as his own. Holly discovers a homeless man in the laundry room and learns appearances can be very deceiving.||21:16||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoAn Inconvenient Tooth||Stuart’s (David Alan Basche) work life is turned upside down when Phil (Donald Faison) sleeps with his dental assistant. Holly (Kristen Johnston) lends Eden (Kelly Stables) some outfits and soon discovers her clothes have a better social life than her.||21:13||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoA Very Wrong Engagerment||Phil (Donald Faison), Stuart (David Alan Basche), and Haskell (Wayne Knight) are forced to trade apartments with Holly (Kristen Johnston) when her mother (Judith Light) comes for a visit because Holly never told her mother her engagement ended months ago.||21:16||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoLost in Translation||Phil (Donald Faison) meets a foreign lingerie model who doesn’t speak English and Stuart (David Alan Basche) has to act as interpreter. Eden helps Holly overcome a bad first impression with a handsome neighbor. Haskell buys a coffin as an investment.||21:15||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoMy Dinner With Phil||When Stuart’s favorite restaurant is about to close, he takes Phil along for one last meal, only to bump into Phil’s ex-wife who is now engaged. Holly is baffled by mixed signals from a cute co-worker. Haskell starts an online traffic school.||20:58||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWhen Holly Broke Kevin||Phil (Donald Faison) is nervous when Holly (Kristen Johnston) starts dating his top client – basketball player Kevin Tyler (Amar'e Stoudemire). Haskell (Wayne Knight) lures Stuart (David Alan Basche) into the world of sports betting.||21:13||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Ex Always Rings Twice||When Holly has to face her cheating ex fiancé for the first time since they broke up, she enlists the guys' help to prove to him he lost the best thing he ever had.||21:13||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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I know why the pilot was free...
What a terrible show. I got about two minutes into it before I not only turned it off, but deleted it from my library. To say the laugh track is obnoxious would be an understatement. Very disappointed with Donald Faison -- to go from Scrubs to this breaks my heart. One of the first jokes in the series is a (bad) reference to the 2010 World Cup. If you're going to make pop culture jokes, they should probably be at least relevant to the past year (oh and they should be funny). Please, for the love of all that is holy and right in this world, do not waste your time watching this show.
Don't write this off too soon!
I was sceptical about this new show, I am the first to admit that I like a new comedy to be fresh and not contain predictable stupidity!
I must admit that both my wife and I very much enjoyed this new show and it did have some really funny and unheard before one liners! (That kept me laughing beyond where they should have!) so much so I am going to watch it again to see everything I missed on the first watch.
I have high hopes for this and I will simply follow it until it stops making me laugh.
Cast seems to have a good chemistry, which is important but this wasn't worth five stars…yet.
It had some funny moments but I expected slightly more judging by the "famous" cast involved.
Not bad at all but needs a boost on the funny (not silly) part.
Regarding laugh tracks: Why do people not like them? Two and a Half Men and The Big Bang Theory have laugh tracks and I love this shows.
I actually don't like shows without laugh tracks but maybe this is an age thing (I'm 46).