Significant Others

Season 1 Episode 1

The First Time

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Aired Tuesday 9:30 PM Mar 09, 2004 on Bravo
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The series opens as we are introduced to three married couples in therapy. Each one at different stages of their marriages. James finds that his new wife Chelsea may have more experience than he may have ever imagined she, or anyone could have. Bills avoidance of getting a job starts getting to Connie which prompts her to send her sister Ginny to talk with him. Ethan learns that he is going to have to grow up a lot sooner than he planned when Eleanor tells him that she is pregnant.moreless

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      • Bill: I can't look at her during sex, especially at the moment of orgasm. She makes this face that reminds me of my mother and it's a deal breaker.

      • Eleanor: What if you stared me in the eyes and said "I love your body," instead of staring at my vagina and saying "I love that thang."

      • James: We came in the fix some problems that we both have.
        Chelsea: Thank you.
        James: We both have them. I've got problems with the way she handles some things, and she doesn't handle some things the way I'd like her to. So we'd like to fix that before we can move on with our relationship.
        Chelsea: And two steps back.

      • Connie: What bugs me is the total lack of consideration here.
        Bill: That funny because you know what bugs me is actually that she's pretty much crushed my will.

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      • This episode, the premiere, was seen by 733,000 viewers. During its late-night encore, it was watched by 796,000 following Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.

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