Significant Others

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Bravo (ended 2004)

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Significant Others is a funny take on serious relationships. It is a unique, improvised show about four couples going through couples therapy. It chronicles their lives in and out of the marriage counseling offices, and features a cast of highly talented improvisational actors and comedians who, quite literally, script themselves. The ensemble includes Brian Palermo (writer for The Weekenders) in the role of straight-laced financial analyst James, Andrea Savage (Good Morning, Miami, The West Wing) as his free-spirited wife Chelsea, Herschel Bleefeld (Bruce Almighty) in the role of anxious father-to-be Ethan, Faith Salie (Sex and the City) as mother-to-be Eleanor, Fred Goss (South Park, The Man Show) as good-hearted, but not happy Bill, and Jane Edith Wilson (Curb Your Enthusiasm) as his wife Connie. Other regular cast members include Nicole Randall Johnson (Miss Match, CSI) as Alex, and Chris Spencer(Vibe, movies The Sixth Man and Sin) as Devon. Meet The Couples: Chelsea & James: The couple married after a torrid and all-too-short courtship. Now that they've tied the knot and things have simmered down, they'll have to find out who exactly this person really is that they've become committed to. Ethan & Eleanor: A pair of twenty-somethings who have grown older without quite growing up. But for this couple, a growth spurt may be coming sooner than they think. Connie & Bill: This couple, sadly, is hardly ever communitaing. Ever since Bill lost his job, something has been missing from their marriage; however, missing things often turn up in unexpected places. Alex & Devon: They are a successful couple seeking to be good parents to their son Rodney. That is, when they aren't too busy arguing with each other, their maid Carlotta, or most everyone else.moreless
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Comedy

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improvisational, love/hate relationships, Romantic Comedy, quirky characters, relationship woes