Truth Be Told, Season 1HDClosed Captioning
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If you can think it, they will most likely say it in this unabashed new comedy about two diverse couples — Mitch (Mark-Paul Gosselaar, “Saved by the Bell”) and Tracy (Vanessa Lachey, “Dads”), and Russell (Tone Bell, “Bad Judge”) and Angie (Bresha Webb, “Hung”) — a fearless foursome who are both neighbors and best friends. As they navigate through life side by side, they can’t help but analyze and obsess about everything. From sex and race to anything else your parents told you never to talk about, absolutely no topic is out of bounds for this wildly outspoken group. Mitch is a college ethics professor, which might explain why he goes through life with a heightened attention to justice. He knows he can’t change the world but is quite determined to change his corner of it. At his side is his beautiful wife of five years, Tracy, who, by day is a tough-as-nails attorney and by night a nurturing mom to their 4-year-old daughter, Sadie. Their best friends, Russell and Angie, live next door. Russell is Mitch’s male voice of reason. A stand-up comic, Russell has absolutely no fear when it comes to talking to someone or making a scene in public to prove his point. His new bride, Angie, is that spirited special kind of woman who, while married to a guy that’s quite a handful, is able to go toe-to-toe with him at a moment’s notice. These four friends love and support each other so much that they can talk about any topic in the most honest, candid and humorous ways. They are the kind of conversations people have with their real friends.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPilot||Angie's (Bresha Webb) ex-boyfriend hooks her up with four tickets to the Jay-Z concert. Her husband, Russell (Tone Bell), is wary, but her best friends Mitch (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) and Tracy (Vanessa Lachey) are thrilled with the opportunity to have a fun night out. But first, Tracy and Mitch have to scramble to find a babysitter for their daughter. Mitch fears Kimberly (guest star Antonimar Murphy), the leading candidate, is too attractive. Meanwhile, Russell voices an even bigger concern about the babysitter.||21:30||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoAdult Content||Mitch (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) and Tracy (Vanessa Lachey) delight in teaching their newly married friends Russell (Tone Bell) and Angie (Bresha Webb) how to navigate a happy and healthy marriage. When Russell scores VIP tickets to the Adult Film Awards, he looks to Mitch for advice on how to best to play it with the wives. Mitch's answer is just be honest and to Russell's surprise, this approach works, and they head out on the town for a guys' night with Hudson (guest star Malcolm Barrett) and Jim (guest star Matt Oberg). But when Tracy has second thoughts, their night is nearly derailed and Mitch's "honesty policy" is put to the test. Meanwhile, Angie starts following Russell on Twitter and is shocked to find that adoring fans are sending him nude pics.||21:29||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBig Black Coffee||Mitch (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) and Tracy's (Vanessa Lachey) childcare woes are solved when they agree to a babysitter share with the Goldmans (guest stars Nelson Franklin and Beth Dover). But two rowdy little girls end up being more than Mitch can handle, and when he brings them over to Russell's (Tone Bell) house for help, little Maya Goldman (guest star Veronica Ruthie Sigel) wanders upstairs and sees Russell in the shower. Unsure of what she actually saw leaves Russell and the gang debating whether they should break the news to the Goldmans and risk being judged, or keep their mouths shut and hope the whole thing goes away. Meanwhile, desperate to impress the other moms, Tracy enlists Angie (Bresha Webb) to help her throw the perfect birthday party for Sadie (guest star Sophie Mackenzie Nack).||21:25||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPsychic Chicken||When Sadie's (guest star Sophie Mackenzie Nack) favorite chicken at school dies, Mitch (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) and Tracy (Vanessa Lachey) struggle with what to say to her because they are a mixed-faith couple. Things are further complicated when Mitch's sisters, Sam (guest star Ashley Tisdale), brings her psychic boyfriend, Josh (guest star Ryan Cartwright), over for dinner, and Angie (Bresha Webb) and Russell (Tone Bell) get into a fight when they discover they're not on the same page about God.||21:28||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoMembers Only||Mitch (Mark-Paul Gosselaar), who relishes the opportunity to stick it to a car salesman, insists on handling the negotiations for a new car for Russell (Tone Bell). When a gay salesman (guest star Jamie Kaler) assumes Mitch and Russell are a couple, Mitch plays it up to get the best deal. Tracy (Vanessa Lachey) brags to Angie (Bresha Webb) about sharing a gym membership with another Asian woman, taking advantage of the white employees who can't tell the two of them apart. She convinces Angie to do the same, but quickly discovers her goody-two-shoes friend might not be able to pull it off.||21:20||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoGuess Who's Coming to Decorate||When Angie (Bresha Webb) discovers her favorite sweatshirt at one time belonged to one of Russell's (Tone Bell) ex-girlfriends, Angie makes it her mission to redecorate their house and get rid of everything related to her husband's bachelor days. Yet when Tracy (Vanessa Lachey) innocently suggests that Angie hire her friend Katherine (guest star Briga Heelan) to lead the remodel, Angie soon uncovers a secret about Russell's dating past that makes her question how well she knows her man. Meanwhile, Tracy, with the help of Mitch (Mark-Paul Gosselaar), unsuccessfully try to get her daughter Sadie (Sophie Mackenzie Nack) to show an interest in Filipina Barbie in an attempt to embrace their shared Filipino culture.||21:03||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Ecosystem||Mitch (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) throws off the delicate ecosystem of friendship when he inadvertently texts a lunch invite to his best-friend's wife, Angie (Bresha Webb). Determined to make it work, the pair agrees to meet up and fight through the awkwardness, finding out they actually have a lot in common. They both decide to leave their self-imposed comfort zone and go on a quest to break the rules. Meanwhile, Tracy (Vanessa Lachey) offers Russell (Tone Bell) an empty cubicle at her office so he has a quiet place to work on his writing, but quickly discovers the consequences of inserting a freewheeling stand-up comic into her highly efficient workplace, distracting her assistant, Linda (Guest star Melanie Paxson) and winning over her boss, Phil (Guest star Jerry Lambert).||21:21||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoLove Thy Neighbor||Mitch (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) and Tracy (Vanessa Lachey) are excited to welcome a new couple, Steve (guest star Matt Glave) and Stephen (guest star Sam Pancake), to the neighborhood, but it quickly goes south when their barking dog keeps Sadie (Sophie Mackenzie Nack) up all night. Mitch is left with the dilemma of either confronting his new neighbors or charming his way into their hearts. Meanwhile, Russell (Tone Bell) is determined to convince Angie (Bresha Webb) that they should get a dog of their own, and he's willing to do anything to show he's ready for the responsibility.||21:27||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Tell-Tale Tacos||When Russell (Tone Bell) and Angie (Bresha Webb) aren't seated at their favorite fish taco joint, the gang comes to the conclusion that the restaurant may be discriminating. Mitch (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) 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 (Vanessa Lachey) finds out her daughter Sadie (Sophie Mackenzie Nack) 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 (guest star Melanie Paxson).||21:06||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Wedding||When Mitch (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) is asked to officiate the wedding of friends Derek (guest star Terrence Jenkins) and Charlene (guest star Letoya Luckett), Russell (Tone Bell) 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 (Vanessa Lachey) 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 (Bresha Webb) thinks he already hogged up too much of the spotlight at their own wedding.||21:25||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|101||HDClosed CaptioningVideoSneak Peak||Four friends love and support each other so much they can talk about any topic in the most honest, candid and humorous ways. They are the kind of conversations people have with their real friends.||2:07||Free||View in iTunes|
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Ok we get it, every white person should feel guilty. Every scene with mark in it had to deal with race and it got old very early on. Didn't even finish episode. Had better hopes for this. It won't last long
Not a good pilot
What happened to you, Mark? From Zach Morris to this??? You have reached a new low. Hopefully this’ll last 2 or 3 episodes before he starts looking for a better day job.
I liked it!!!!!! I enjoyed it to bits. Cant wait to see the next episode. Was very cozy. Bring it on :-)