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Daily Demand (Last 7 days)
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Market Travelability
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Below Avg
24.5%
Average
64.1%
Good
8.6%
Outstanding
2.7%
Exceptional
0.2%
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About this title

Storyline

Whitney and Alex seek advice from their friends when they realize they are close to relationship boredom. Their group of friends includes romantic idealist Lily, recent divorcee Roxanne and advice-doling bartender R.J. A neighbor of Whitney and Alex is police officer Mark, a total bachelor who claims to be the ultimate player. It takes a few failed attempts to spice things up, but the couple eventually realize that -- although their relationship may not be conventional -- they are in love and doing what works for them.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United States

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: September 22, 2011

Also Known As: Витни, Alex und Whitney - Sex ohne Ehe |  See more »

Parents Guide: Germany (12), United States (TV-14)

Genres

Plot Keywords

chicago, illinois
relationship
sitcom
actor

Company Credits

Production Co: Stuber Television, Universal Media Studios (UMS)

Cast

Jacob David
as Young Guy #2
Dean Norris
as Wayne
John Ross Bowie
as Eddie
Paul Scheer
as Phillip
Angela Relucio
as Bridesmaid
Bianca Lopez
as Waitress
Oscar Magana Jr.
as Bar Patron
Ginger Gonzaga
as Lulu
Rhea Seehorn
as Roxanne
Leslie Thurston
as Bank Lady
Daniel Escobar
as Waiter
Bobby Neely
as Bouncer
Loni Love
as Nurse
Cyrah Hawkins
as Bartender
Brayden Pierce
as Jacob
Whitney Cummings
as Whitney
Joy Lofton
as Waitress
Allan Murray
as Announcer
Roger Wilkie
as Violinist
John Cleese
as Dr. Grant
M. Anderson Davis
as Steven
Ben Bliss
as Tenor
Page Leong
as Dr. Cohen
Wayne Bastrup
as Bryan
Amanda Alva
as Shannon
Marie Del Marco
as Ramona
Rueben Grundy
as ER Doctor
Wesley Thompson
as Ronald
Julian McCullough
as Nick
Phillip Garcia
as Student
Sunil Narkar
as Indian Restaurant Owner
Julia Cho
as Employee
Johnny Sneed
as Roger
Nicole Sullivan
Yves Bright
as Guy
Kulap Vilaysack
as Waitress
Jacob Davich
as Young Guy #2
Haley Strode
as Cute Girl
Natasha Leggero
as Danielle
Stephane Nicoli
as Bartender
Hayes MacArthur
as Lance
Brian Pugh
as Fighter Pilot
Zoe Lister-Jones
as Lily
Jeremy Timmins
as Chivalry burly guy/Husband #5
Jeff Lorch
as Jeremy
Moshe Kasher
as Waiter
Nadia Gray
as Bride
Lisa Lampanelli
as Mrs. Janks
Dan O'Brien
as Mark
Jacqueline Lovell
as Susie
Tiffany Elle
as Woman
Carrie Wiita
as Carrie
Michael James
as Doctor holder
Keri Safran
as Barista
Peter Gallagher
as Vince
Diane Sellers
as Female Attendant
Mary Grill
as Rebecca
Michelle Buteau
as Girlfriend
Vincent M. Ward
as Ira
Alex Stamm
as Young Guy
Chelsea Handler
as Dr. Price
Kellee Stewart
as Valerie
Maz Jobrani
as Dr. West
Hope Solo
as Self
Chris D'Elia
as Alex Green/Alex Miller
Eric Ackerman
as Folk Singer
Beverly D'Angelo
as Patti Morris
Jane Kaczmarek
as Candi/Patti Morris
Ken Marino
as Brian
Maulik Pancholy
as Neal
Tone Bell
as RJ
Annie Korzen
as Edith
Eve
as Britnee
Megan Stevenson
as Jenn
Lauren Burns
as Lorraine
Kevin Christy
as Craig
Lili Fuller
as Student #2
Jackie Seiden
as Katie
Beth Dover
as Madeline
Brent Bailey
as Matt
Courtney Parks
as Stripper
Patrick Hume
as Mugger
Cameron Bender
as Rob
Kathy Griffin
as Lindsay
Dov Davidoff
as The Manager
John Quaintance
as Delivery Guy
Marc Abbink
as City Hall Employee
Jennifer Birmingham Lee
as Sarah
Natalie Cohen
as Busty Girl
Lance Barber
as Nate
Brian Keith Thompson
as Tattoo Artist
Jason Andre Smith
as Stupid New Guy
Lies and Alibis Sex
as Sleazy Talent Manager
Matt Cook
as Clerk
Anna Diop
as Waitress
Eddie Pepitone
as Older Man
Angela Henderson
as Coffee House Waitress
Cici Lau
as Flower Lady
Matthew Grant Godbey
as Patient/Patron
Sydney Mikayla
as Maggie
Leslie Grossman
as Michelle
Jahmela Yarbrough
as Lauren
June Diane Raphael
as Chloe

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2011 | 22 Episodes

Season 2

2012 | 16 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

People's Choice Awards, USA 2012

Nominee

People's Choice Awards, USA

Favorite New TV Comedy

Women's Image Network Awards 2012

Winner

Women's Image Network Awards

Actress Comedy Series

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