Episodes: 13 but only 12 aired (half-hour)
Performers include: Ryan Hansen, Danneel Harris, Zach Cregger, Andre Holland and Jessica Lucas.
TV show description:
This sitcom follows a group of five men and women in their twenties as they try to figure out the confusing and sometimes rewarding world of dating. Though their lives may get hectic, they’re never too busy to be supportive to a member of the group. In fact, that companionship often extends into a more intimate setting — the bedroom.
Ben Lewis (Ryan Hansen) is on the hunt for the perfect woman who meets his impossible set of high standards. His best friend is Sara Maxwell (Danneel Harris), a busy young doctor. She’s just looking for a nice, compatible man to settle down with and raise a family. Ben and Sara have fallen into the habit of turning to each other for moral and physical support as they wait for Mr. and Ms. Right to arrive. Could the person of their dreams be closer than either one realizes?
Their friend Aaron Greenway (Zach Cregger) is a successful tech genius, a romantic at heart, and isn’t quite sure what to make of Ben and Sara’s complicated friendship. But then, he and smooth ladykiller Julian “Fitz” Fitzgerald (Andre Holland) and gorgeous, free-spirited Riley Elliott (Jessica Lucas), are all usually too distracted by their own dating trials and tribulations.
Episode 13 — The Benefit of Full Disclosure
Sara and Ben agree to go on a double date with other people, an attractive tennis couple Lucas and Tazzi (Justin Bruening and Azita Ghanizada). They later find out that, like them, the couple are sleeping together. They also find out that Lucas and Tazzi only go out on dates with other people to mock them later. Sara and Ben go out on a second double date with them so that they can turn the tables and reject Lucas and Tazzi.
Fitz and Aaron come up with a plan to get rid of Riley’s new guy, Clay (John Forest), who believes in being absolutely honest about everything. It backfires and Riley still likes the guy. In the process, Aaron mistakenly tells Fitz that Sara and Ben are sleeping together. Fitz goes to the restaurant and ruins Sara and Ben’s plan at the last minute.
Aaron comes clean to Riley about his feelings for her. She acknowledges that Clay is only for right now. She’s not ready for a serious relationship yet, like one that she would have with Aaron. In the final moments of the show Riley breaks up with Clay after he’s a little too honest for her.
This episode was directed by The Wonder Years vet Fred Savage.
First aired: released online only.
Image courtesy NBC.