Love, Inc.

Season 1 Episode 4

Bosom Buddies

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Aired Thursday 8:30 PM Oct 13, 2005 on UPN
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Bosom Buddies
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After Denise is invited to Greg's birthday party for their second date, she gets confused about what kind of signals Greg is sending her, particularly when he keeps disappearing throughout the evening. Meanwhile, Viviana's matchmaking skills are put to the test when Clea asks her to take on the task of finding a date for a lesbian client.moreless

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  • Joe Mac!

    8.0
    "Love, Inc." continues to impress as an enjoyable sitcom. This time around, naive Viviana lands her first client - a lesbian (Tamala Jones), and has trouble doing her job during "L Night" at a nightclub.



    Denise's new interest, Greg (Joey McIntyre), invites her to his birthday party. When Denise arrives, she is mortified to learn that there are two parties for Greg: an A-list party for 'important' people and a B-list party for, well, everyone else. Denise is on the B-list and is beside herself, rightfully so. Of course she finds a way into the A-list party to throw a fit and have Greg explain himself.



    So far, Denise has two potential suitors - Mike (Eric Winter) from the pilot episode - and now Greg. It'd be entertaining to have her character continue seeing Greg and then have Mike re-appear. However, at the conclusion of this episode Greg seemed a little off-kilter so it's pretty obvious Denise has had her fill of him!



    Anyways, there were quite a few laughs here and it's always nice to see Joey McIntyre acting. He's a capable and handsome presence who could add sparks to most any series - he's successfully left that 'New Kid On The Block' label behind him and has not only had a well-received solo career, but a thriving stage ("Wicked") and television ("Boston Public") career as well.

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