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In this comedy, married New York couple Paul and Jamie Buchman (Paul Reiser, Helen Hunt) share their lives and offer wit and wisdom about relationships. Paul is a documentary filmmaker and Jamie works as a public relations specialist. Together, they grow and mature as they learn the art of staying married and loving it. Along for the ride is their ever-tolerant dog, Murray; Jamie's best friend, Fran; Jamie's sister, Lisa; and Paul's cousin, Ira. Playing recurring characters on the series are veteran actors including Lisa Kudrow and Hank Azaria.

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Paul and Jamie (Paul Reiser, Helen Hunt) have virtual-reality encounters with Christie Brinkley and Andre Agassi (guest starring as themselves).
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Ex-lovers Fran and Ira (Leila Kenzle, John Pankow) try to keep Fran's suspected pregnancy a secret. With Paul Reiser, Helen Hunt.
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Paul gets a job working in Chicago for two months, only coming home at weekends. He and Jamie hate being separated, but when they both plan surprise visits to the other it's a disaster.
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The death of another Paul Buchman ruins the Buchmans' credit and prompts Paul's curiosity about the deceased.
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Lisa becomes famous when her psychologist publishes a book blaming Jamie for Lisa's problems. Jamie's not pleased at what's said about her and Paul gets caught in the middle when the sisters argue.
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Jamie's looking for another job but can't decide what she wants to do; she wants to go on a double date with Paul's boss, Lou, and his girlfriend, but Paul is against it because he's angry with Lou for editing his film and not telling him.
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Paul, Jamie, Ira and Fran (Paul Reiser, Helen Hunt, John Pankow, Leila Kenzle) head to Atlantic City, where they run into Ira's long-estranged wife (guest star Cyndi Lauper).
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Jamie thinks Paul has arranged a surprise party for her 30th birthday, but in fact he has something different planned. It all goes wrong when they are accidentally separated on a crowded subway car en route to the surprise.
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While visiting a museum, Paul and Jamie suddenly realize they once met, as children, in that very place.
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Paul is supposed to be baby-sitting his nephew on Halloween, but is working and forgets to tell Jamie. She ends up taking him trick or treating, and worries what will happen if she and Paul have a child of their own.
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Jamie's given up work but has too much time on her hands, and starts to drive Paul crazy. She interferes with everything, from his hair to his work, until he complains.
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Paul complains to Jamie's boss (Larry Miller) about the way he treats her; Jamie's worried about losing her job, then decides to quit anyway.
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Paul's father has a heart attack, and while Paul goes to the hospital, Jamie offers to stay with his mother to see if they can build bridges and try to get along with one another; Paul and Jamie get caught acting out Paul's teenage fantasies.
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Paul takes a night off from filming so that he and Jamie can have a romantic evening together, but constant interruptions from the phone and neighbors spoil the romance.
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Lisa takes Murray the dog out for a walk, and comes back with a different dog. Paul and Jamie hunt for the real Murray, and find that while the dogs may be similar, the couples who own them aren't.
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Paul's elaborate plans for his and Jamie's first anniversary may go up in smoke when Jamie worries about inviting Fran and Mark.
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Paul's (Paul Reiser) jealousy reaches new heights when Jamie (Helen Hunt) hires her ex-boyfriend (Rick Rossovich) to paint the apartment. With Leila Kenzle and Richard Kind.
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Paul is ecstatic when Jamie invites her new client, a sexy TV spy from the 1960s, to join them for dinner.
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A protective Jamie thinks Lisa and her new boyfriend (Charles Shaughnessy) are moving too fast in their relationship when they decide to move in together after a week. Paul can't stop her getting involved.
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Paul is embarrassed when his father (Louis Zorich) shouts "Hello" to Regis Philbin in public; Regis then asks Paul's star-struck father to appear on his show, and he becomes a public-interest story.
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Paul is offered a large sum of money to produce a documentary about the life of an eccentric billionaire (Jerry Lewis); Paul hires a new editor/cameraman (Steven Wright) who is anything but energetic.

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