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Exes and Ohs: Season 1
Meet Jennifer, a documentary filmmaker with a vivid fantasy life and a floundering career. Jennifer wants to find Ms. Right… but first she must navigate the rules of lesbian life, most of which she learns the hard way. Fortunately, her friends are there to help: Sam, a sexy commitment phobe who flips women faster than real estate; Chris and Kris, a lesbian couple expanding both their pet accessory business and their family; and Crutch, a young musician who wants to be taken seriously but still has some growing up to do. Surviving singlehood, couplehood – and each other – has never looked quite like this.
||Michelle Paradise, Marnie Alton, Angela Featherstone, Megan Cavanagh, Heather Matarazzo|
||Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC|
|Number of Discs:
|DVD Release Date:
||May 20, 2008|
|Average Customer Rating:
|| based on 35 reviews|
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32 of 34 found the following review helpful:
Excellent SeriesMay 06, 2008
By Cris M.
I downloaded this series from I-Tunes and the episodes were so good that I couldn't stop watching it. I watched all the episodes in one sitting! What an outstanding series! It's much, much more realistic than the L-Word. It's so nice to see Lesbian characters on television that are like real people, not hollywood actors! I very highly recommend that you watch this series!
17 of 18 found the following review helpful:
Brilliant!May 30, 2008
Absolutely brilliant. One easily falls in love with the characters, all their quirks and sweet oddities. Much more believable than any other series.
Depicts all kinds of women, not just some standardised "Barbie-lesbian" in designer clothes. The worries, the fun, the friendships and the love seem so real. And I absolutely love this circle of friends, for the way they all are in eachothers lives, without being overwhelming. Also, the tiny bits of neuroticism are truly endearing. It's like meeting a ready-made bunch of new very good friends. Highly recommended!
9 of 9 found the following review helpful:
Fun, a little sexy, quirky too; a tamer, less glamerous version of L Word.Oct 21, 2008
These women are more on the real side of L Word; the quality of filming is something less than the big budget L Word, but the story lines are more real. Lifestyle that we can mostly relate to, without the Hollywood non-reality glitz. The actresses are mostly believable, but the couple with the long term commitment is just too sappy and silly. Not enough hot, sexy scenes!! I longed for some of that Hollywood drama!! If you're going to make a "real" lesbian community drama, at least make it extreme in one or two situations...and make at least ONE of them a huge problem instead of a loveable annoyance! Get them drunk and show it, get them jealous and show it, if you want to make it real, MAKE IT REAL! All in all, not too bad and a nice diversion series. Maybe there will be a saeason 2 and they will improve on the "reality" lesbian theme.
8 of 8 found the following review helpful:
loved it!!!Jun 07, 2008
By media lover
It was lots of fun watching this. If you're like me, when you saw "The Ten Rules", you thought, 'This is so great, I wish it were longer!' Well, now it is. I love it!!!
7 of 7 found the following review helpful:
something I can relate to!Nov 29, 2008
By a work in progress
It's actually written by a lesbian. No lesbians are killed or go crazy, no straight women playing lesbians are fired, no lesbian love newbies are running to men to learn how to please women, no "bisexuals" kissing girls during sweeps before running back to their men and women who wear clothes you'd might like to wear! At last!! Something lesbians can love! Nice relatable stories and characters w/o over the top drama that makes me hate myself for watching simply because I want to see something portrayed about my community.
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