The Exes 3 Seasons 2012

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Season 1
(10) IMDb 7.5/10
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6. A Very Wrong Engagerment TV-PG CC

Phil (Donald Faison), Stuart (David Alan Basche), and Haskell (Wayne Knight) are forced to trade apartments with Holly (Kristen Johnston) when her mother (Judith Light) comes for a visit because Holly never told her mother her engagement ended months ago.

Starring:
Donald Faison, Wayne Knight
Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
January 4, 2012

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A Very Wrong Engagerment

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Season 1

Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Andy Cadiff
Starring Donald Faison, Wayne Knight
Supporting actors David Alan Basche, Kelly Stables, Kristen Johnston, Judith Light, Laura McLauchlin
Season year 2012
Network TVLAND
Producers Franco Bario, Matthew Conner, Keith Cox, Frank M. Garritano, Howard Gewirtz, Ian Gurvitz, Michael Hanel, Larry W. Jones, Kip Kroeger, Gary Murphy, Mark Reisman, Mindy Schultheis, Sue Tenney
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

Very funny episode of a very funny show!
Lisa M.
As even fans of the show have pointed out to me here (I personally refuse to watch it), it gets even more disgusting with each new episode.
Doctor Dean
We enjoyed every minute of it and were bummed when it was over.
Juncus

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lisa M. on August 12, 2012
In a day when the best sitcoms on TV are usually re-runs of old shows, The Exes is a breath of fresh air! It is a hilariously funny show,
and guest star Judith Light is awesome, as she always is! Very funny episode of a very funny show!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By tara on January 10, 2012
omg, this show is hysterical! it had me and my 90 year old grandmother laughing. it's a total breath of fresh air compared to the drek that is on t.v. now.

i hope they keep the show going!
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This is the funniest episode of any TV series I have ever watched. I have seen other episodes of the exes but wanted to start over and watch missed episodes, man this one had me crying with laughter.I would highly suggest watching this and other episodes of The Exes.
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By T R on March 5, 2014
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I love this show, it is absolutely hilarious, it keeps me laughing non stop and very well written in my opinion!
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Three men -- Phil (Donald Faison), Stuart (David Alan Basche) and Haskell (Wayne Knight) -- find themselves sharing a New York City apartment after their divorce attorney Holly (Kristen Johnston) leases them an apartment she had empty after her own broken relationship.

Oh, and did she mention the apartment is right across the hall from her current apartment?

Naturally, Phil, Stuart and Haskell are as different from one another as humanly possible. Phil is a womanizing sports marketing professional, while Stuart is a fastidious dentist and Haskell is...well, he spends a lot of time on his laptop, on the living room sofa. The usual hilarity results whenever the three are faced with just about any situation.

Finally, add Eden (Kelly Stables) as Holly's ultra fashionable, to-the-point legal assistant, who serves as a balance to the often too-straightlaced Holly.

Like most sitcoms, don't expect any kind of real depth with this show. But the plots are amusing, and the characters funny enough to keep drawing you in. There are always lots of laughs to be had.
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