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)
|"Mystery of Love" Andy plans a beach day to be a fun dad; Tom helps Ellie finish a novel she started years ago; Jules tries to prove that she and Grayson are the better couple. (Repeat)||TBS|
|"Too Much Ain't Enough" Jules gets a large commission check; Grayson tries to seem cool to Travis' new hipster friends; Bobby's new bag. (Repeat)||TBS|
|"Too Good to Be True" Travis starts an open mic night; Andy tries to do stand-up comedy; Tom's daughter, Haylee, comes to visit. (Repeat)||TBS|
|"Refugee" Jules and Bobby's crime fighting personas; Grayson teaches Andy "the neg"; decorating Laurie's apartment. (Repeat)||TBS|
|"Love Is a Long Road" Jules convinces Chick to look at houses nearby; Grayson accidentally suggests Chick move in; Travis' college graduation; Jules' most-important-friend list. (Repeat)||TBS|
|"We Stand a Chance" Tom picks the next group vacation after winning Cul de Sac Crew Trivia; Jules fakes being healthy; a breakdancing competition. (Repeat)||TBS|
|"American Dream Plan B" Jules agrees to stop drinking wine during Laurie's pregnancy, but the rest of the gang doesn't so Tom opens a speakeasy in his garage; Grayson uses a baby pig to prepare Travis for fatherhood. (Repeat)||TBS|
|"Full Grown Boy" Chick wants to go to his Civil War re-enactment but Jules is overprotective; Bobby's job opportunity is in another state; Travis hates Laurie's baby name choices. (Repeat)||TBS|
|"To Find a Friend" Jules and Ellie run the bar while Grayson helps Andy with tryouts for a new best friend; Travis and Laurie spend their first weekend alone with baby Bobby. (Repeat)||TBS|
|"Waiting for Tonight" Jules and Grayson are determined to make it to their reservation at the hottest restaurant in town; Andy has trouble with a costume he rented for Stan's birthday; Ellie starts ghost-tweeting for Laurie and gets lost in her new character. (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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