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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.

Latest episodes

aired 190 days ago
Paul and his mother-in-law, Theresa, are involved in a car accident; Theresa's estranged husband visits.
aired 192 days ago
Jamie and Paul (Helen Hunt, Paul Reiser) have a full house for Thanksgiving dinner; Mabel may be allergic. Lisa Kudrow and Steve Park guest star.
aired 192 days ago
Paul and Jamie are planning to host their first Thanksgiving dinner, and have invited both sets of parents. They are forced to scramble for a new plan after Murray eats the turkey.
aired 192 days ago
On a trip to spend Thanksgiving with Jamie's parents, Paul and Jamie take Mark, Fran, Selby and Lisa, whose relationships change dramatically by the end of the trip.
aired 197 days ago
Ira's (John Pankow) business takes a dive; Paul (Paul Reiser) is blinded by Jamie (Helen Hunt), which threatens Ira's plans. With guest stars Richard Kind and Dan Castellaneta.
aired 197 days ago
Jamie (Helen Hunt) gets jealous when Paul (Paul Reiser) hires his former nurse, Diane (guest star Jean Louisa Kelly), to help his neighbor Hal (guest star Paxton Whitehead).
aired 199 days ago
When a planned evening alone turns into an impromptu dinner party, Paul and Jamie become resourceful in trying to find time alone.
aired 199 days ago
The final episode includes clips from past shows and a glimpse at the future for the Buchmans as told by their child, Mabel.
aired 200 days ago
The final episode includes clips from past shows and a glimpse at the future for the Buchmans as told by their child, Mabel.
aired 200 days ago
Paul and Jamie learn they may be distant cousins; Sylvia has a sudden change of heart about her daughter-in-law.
aired 200 days ago
Paul and Jamie get arrested after stealing Burt's broken-down car; guests Cyndi Lauper, Richard Belzer.
aired 200 days ago
Paul and Jamie (Paul Reiser, Helen Hunt) decide they need space away from each other; Ira (John Pankow) becomes Marvin's (guest star Jeff Garlin) wrestling manager. Randy "Macho Man" Savage guest stars as himself.
aired 200 days ago
Paul and Jamie are forced to play parents when Uncle Phil (Mel Brooks) causes trouble after returning to school; Lisa gets breast implants.
aired 200 days ago
Paul and Jamie (Paul Reiser, Helen Hunt) spend an unsettling, trial night in a large house in the suburbs. With guest stars Richard Benjamin and Rhea Perlman.
aired 200 days ago
The couple (Paul Reiser, Helen Hunt) learns that Jamie will be in bed with home run king Mark McGwire (guest starring as himself), via virtual reality. With John Pankow.
aired 200 days ago
Dr. Lee (guest star Steve Park) helps Paul and Jamie (Paul Reiser, Helen Hunt) get away to a much-anticipated honeymoon, as irresponsible Lisa (guest star Anne Ramsay) cares for Murray. With John Pankow, Mo Gaffney and Jeff Garlin.
aired 200 days ago
Paul infuriates Jamie when he takes one of her dresses to a new dry cleaner; Paul dreams of Einstein.
aired 200 days ago
After Jamie (Helen Hunt) gives Paul's (Paul Reiser) new documentary a bad review, he's asked to care for his super's (guest star Jerry Adler) garden. With guest stars Abe Vigoda and Robert Klein.
aired 200 days ago
Paul and Jamie (Paul Reiser, Helen Hunt) leave Mabel with Burt and Sylvia (Louis Zorich, Cynthia Harris) and travel to Hollywood for a big interview.
aired 200 days ago
Paul and Jamie have trouble following their therapist's suggestions after members of the performance group Stomp move in upstairs.
aired 200 days ago
An ex-boyfriend (Eric Stoltz) leaves his estate to Jamie; Buchmans' therapist sues them; Joan learns that Debbie is attracted to a man.

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