Men in Trees

Season 1 Episode 3

For What It's Worth...

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Sep 22, 2006 on ABC
8.7
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This year the town's charity Bachelor Auction host will be Marin Frist. Meanwhile, the relationship between Patrick and Annie is ready to go to the next step by meeting Patrick's overprotective mother, and another relationship gets more complicated - that of Ben and Theresa.

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  • This year the town's charity Bachelor Auction is hosted by Marin. Patrick and Annie take their relationship to the next level.

    9.1
    This episode was the best so far! Marin bids on Jack! She didn't have to say 13,000 because she could of went lower and it still would be high but it was really funny how she went from like to 600 to 13,000. I so want to see Jack and Marin hook up. Patrick and Annie are so perfect together. Marin has to have a bath in tomatos because of what happened! and she embarresed herself in front of Jack. Why does it seem like everyone on t.v. shows or movies are so close to their parents or at the end they are.moreless
  • I love the characters!!!

    10
    I really enjoy this show and just cross my fingers that this show will go on for a long time.



    It is cute and funny and for a change it takes place outside NY, Miami and CA! wowwwww what a (GREAT!) change!!! LOL



    I enjoy to see how a new york girl can feel in love for a small town far far away from the city!



    Well done! Well found! Well written!



    go go gomoreless
  • Loved it, from buying a round to buying Jack.

    8.0
    Great job! When Mirin gets her 1/2 of the wedding deposit back and it really sinks in that she is single, she just goes into denial, self-pity sprial that is truly amazing!



    Her first real hit is when she tries to Fung Shei her room and finds out she cannot move her bed. Not only can't she move the bed, but she drops it on her foot!



    At the auction, she spends her deposit refund for Jack and then uses him as a handyman. When she runs him over, she forces herself into his house to "Cook and Clean", when in fact she just cannot face being alone, which we find out in the wonderful tomato alphabet soup bath scene!



    In the end, Mirin is able to overcome her fear and is "rewarded" with a glorious meteor shower!



    This show is definately a keeper for me!moreless
  • The show deserves some respect, i really hope it doesn't get CANCELLED!

    10
    The show is kind of interesting, although most of the characters aren't that appealing. Anne Heche does a good job, but the rest of the cast is kind of "meh..." James Tupper has an ok character, but we all know he was cast to be the pretty boy. The show has it's flaws but i still want to watch it more. I really think it will get cancelled but I DON'T want it to. Please people, don't let this show slip away.moreless
  • Just think about it.....

    10
    I really like the show it makes you laugh, cry and snicker at the same time. All while thinking I can actually relate to how the characters feel. Finally, not a reality based show though. I love Anne Heche character she is doing a great job. Jack is just too cute. I think this may def. be a keeper. I will continue to watch, hope everyone else does. This show should make every woman out there who ever has been lied and cheated on feel enpowered to take matters into their hands take back the power. What woman out there can't relate to how she is feeling?moreless
Chelan Simmons

Chelan Simmons

Tiffannii

Guest Star

David Paul Grove

David Paul Grove

Handsome Man

Guest Star

Heather Feeney

Heather Feeney

Hot Brunette

Guest Star

Lauren Tom

Lauren Tom

Mai Washington

Recurring Role

Cynthia Stevenson

Cynthia Stevenson

Celia Bachelor

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Timothy Webber

Timothy Webber

Jerome

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