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Estranged couple Tom and Louise have a unique way of attempting to repair their crumbling marriage. It's not the fact they attend weekly marital therapy sessions; it's the manner in which they prepare for them. Before appointments with their therapist, Tom and Louise meet at a pub to try to get their stories consistently coherent. They delve into how their lives were before they met, what drew them together, and how, eventually, the bond started to crack. Throughout each episode, viewers are provided with an honest, humorous take on contemporary relationships.

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Tom moves back in and feels that his and Louise's issues are resolved; the couple agree that they wouldn't be friends if they weren't married, and look for the right word to describe their relationship.
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When Louise and Tom discuss a breakthrough in their relationship, Louise wonders if it was, in fact, a breakthrough; Louise asks Tom to move back in.
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Louise and Tom reflect on why and how they got together in the first place.
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Louise admits that she's ashamed of Tom's lack of employment; the couple decide to communicate more openly.
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When Louise complains that Tom's effort feels contrived, Tom realizes that he has to remain himself while acting differently.
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When Tom moves out following a bad session, Louise suggests that it could be the start of a slippery slope.
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Tom asks Louise to back him up in a lie with their counselor.
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Tom and Louise discuss the lost passion in their relationship, and if it is something that can be found again.
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Tom commends himself for the courage it took to turn up late to last week's session and promises to now be there from the beginning.
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Louise and Tom prepare for their first marital counseling session and try to work out how they got to this point.

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