A divorced mother faces challenges of dating and aging.
Bill Lawrence (Executive Producer), Courteney Cox (Executive Producer), David Arquette (Executive Producer), Peter Saji (Writer), Michael Mcdonald (Director), Mary Fitzgerald (Writer), Michael Lisbe (Writer), Nate Reger (Writer), Rachel Specter (Writer), Audrey Wauchope (Writer), Sam Jones (Director), Brad Morris (Writer), Emily Wilson (Writer), John Putch (Director), Brian Van holt (Director), Melody Derloshon (Writer), Blake Mccormick (Writer), Randall Winston (Director), Sean Lavery (Writer), Courteney Cox (Director), Justin Halpern (Writer), Patrick Schumacker (Writer), Kevin Biegel (Writer), Chrissy Pietrosh (Writer), Jessica Goldstein (Writer), Kate Purdy (Writer), Bruce Leddy (Director), Ryan Koh (Writer), Sam Laybourne (Writer), Bill Lawrence (Writer), Gregg Mettler (Writer), Bill Lawrence (Director), Sanjay Shah (Writer), Michael Mcdonald (Writer), Christine Pietrosh (Writer), Aaron Ho (Writer), Gail Mancuso (Director), Mike Mcdonald (Director), Mara brock Akil (Writer), Linda videtti Figueiredo (Writer), Mike Spiller (Director), Chris Koch (Director), Millicent Shelton (Director), Lee Shallat chemel (Director), Phil Traill (Director), Mary Fitzpatrick (Writer), Sanjay Shah (Director), Ken Whittingham (Director), Jamie Babbit (Director)
|"Full Moon Fever" Bobby takes an interest in Travis's photography professor, but Travis refuses to introduce them; Laurie develops feelings for a man she has only spoken to on twitter; Jules and Andy prepare to face off with a group of kids. (Repeat)||TBS|
|"A One Story Town" Jules and the gang hatch a plan after they decide Bobby needs help romancing Angie. (Repeat)||TBS|
|"Something Big" Just as Jules is coming to terms with Grayson's wild past, he runs into a former fling and learns he has a child. (Repeat)||TBS|
|"You Can Still Change Your Mind" Jules, who wants a perfect wedding, gets worried when Travis wants to be their photographer; Bobby wants to take his relationship with Angie to the next level. (Repeat)||TBS|
|"Ways to Be Wicked" No one believes Ellie when she claims her seemingly pleasant mother is a sociopath; Grayson tries to help Laurie open a cake business; Chick and Bobby help Travis and his friends with their plot to steal the campus cougar statue. (Repeat)||TBS|
|"Money Becomes King" Jules and Grayson clash as they talk about joining their finances; Travis talks Laurie into making some grown-up decisions when her business does surprisingly well. (Repeat)||TBS|
|"Southern Accents" Jules finds out that Holly and Travis made out; Andy wants to run for mayor so he can change rules that forbid weddings on the beach. (Repeat)||TBS|
|"Down South" Jules has a hurricane party at her house when a storm blows into town; Travis decides to make a play for Laurie. (Repeat)||TBS|
|"Square One" After Grayson's house sustains hurricane damage, he moves in with Jules; Laurie and Ellie ask Travis to help determine which of them is sexier; Bobby and Jules compete in a "white shirt challenge." (Repeat)||TBS|
|"It'll All Work Out" Jules plans a spring Thanksgiving after realizing the gang didn't celebrate the holiday together; Ellie's parenting skills are called into question when Stan gets a hold of Big Carl; Grayson helps Andy prepare for an annual pizza toss. (Repeat)||TBS|
A divorced mother must face the harsh realities of dating and aging in a youth- and beauty-obsessed culture. Having spent her 20s tackling the responsibilities of marriage and motherhood, she finds that her 40s are a journey of self-discovery amid friends, family and an ex-husband who all offer advice. Members of her dysfunctional but supportive extended family, ``the cul-de-sac crew,'' include sarcastic confidante Ellie, across-the-street neighbor Grayson, feisty protege Laurie and witty son Travis.
Courteney Cox as Jules Cobb
Christa Miller as Ellie Torres
Busy Philipps as Laurie Keller
Dan Byrd as Travis Cobb
Josh Hopkins as Grayson Ellis
Ian Gomez as Andy Torres
Brian Van holt as Bobby Cobb
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