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Naive 20-something Josh Greenberg is in search of love. Things aren't exactly in his favor to find his ideal mate -- for he has a bad job and apartment and is afraid to approach women. But his best-friend/confidant Mike -- his polar opposite -- is a cool, confident bro with an expense account. Mike is also the proverbial devil on his buddy's shoulder, pushing him to engage in activities like sex and drugs. Also in Josh's life is his sister Liz, a corporate lawyer who wants him to get his act together. When Josh does finally find love, he tackles his toughest challenge to date: a serious, long-term relationship and all that comes with it, including anniversaries, merging friend groups, and learning to live their lives as a team.

Latest episodes

aired 844 days ago
Josh and Lucy get married.
aired 844 days ago
Josh lets Mike throw him a bachelor party, but soon comes to regret the decision.
aired 853 days ago
When her mother becomes obsessed with Josh's wedding, Liz seeks out her estranged father.
aired 853 days ago
Josh attempts to pull of the perfect proposal.
aired 858 days ago
Lucy begins to question her relationship with Josh after experiencing an exciting flirtation.
aired 858 days ago
Josh worries that with Lucy's career taking off, he'll be left behind.
aired 867 days ago
Josh befriends Lucy's parents, much to her horror.
aired 867 days ago
Lucy tries to forge a relationship with Josh's best friend, Mike.
aired 874 days ago
Josh prepares Lucy to meet his mother.
aired 874 days ago
Josh and Lucy fall in love, but struggle with their living situation.
aired 1,061 days ago
When Rosa finally gives in, Josh gets his chance.
aired 1,061 days ago
Rosa demands exclusivity from her boyfriend.
aired 1,063 days ago
Josh goes out of his way to try and convince Rosa that he's no longer interested in her.
aired 1,063 days ago
Josh makes a move on Rosa.
aired 1,070 days ago
Josh tries to prove that he's better for Rosa than her current boyfriend.
aired 1,070 days ago
Josh has a decision to make regarding his career and finds it difficult to make his choice.
aired 1,077 days ago
Liz finds herself drawn to a man that is currently unavailable.
aired 1,077 days ago
Josh decides to settle after becoming desperate.
aired 1,081 days ago
Josh's girlfriend "can't get no satisfaction" even though he tries and he tries (and he tries).
aired 1,081 days ago
Josh has been spending all of his time with his new girlfriend and Mike resents him for becoming "that guy."

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