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Cougar Town stars Courteney Cox as a recently-divorced woman approaching middle age who is entering the dating scene. Although Cox's character could certainly be called a cougar by today's standards, the show actually offers much more than just dating with age differences. In fact, the show has veered significantly from its original premise to become a program that is more about how adults of a certain age interact with one another. Although some people will still think of the show as a program about the romantic entanglements between Cox's character and younger men, people who tune in to Cougar Town for the first time are generally surprised at what they end up watching.
The program is centered around the character of Jules Cobb, as portrayed by Courteney Cox. Jules is a single mother who has recently gone through a divorce. Jules lives in the fictional town of Gulf Haven, Florida, and she has a successful career as a real estate agent. Jules is shown living her fairly comfortable life as she begins to navigate the dating world once again after a long time away. Although the character is in her 40s, she tries to make up for lost time by dating younger men. However, she begins to feel more comfortable with her age as the series progresses, and the show becomes more about the nuances of Jules' life and the relationships she has with her friends and family.
The show also features a terrific supporting cast led by Christa Miller, who portrays Jules' best friend and neighbor, Ellie Torres. Ellie and Jules' relationship is explored in great detail on the show, and Ellie is often used as a comic foil for the slightly more serious Jules. Busy Philipps plays the role of the fun-loving Laurie Keller, an employee of Jules. Laurie is younger and a bit less responsible than Jules or Ellie, but her personality often drives the drama of the program. Rounding out the supporting cast are Brian Van Holt as Bobby Cobb
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Grayson tries to act cool in front of Travis' hipster friends. Meanwhile, Bobby's new bag makes him uncomfortable; and Jules and Andy collaborate on a get-rich-quick scheme.
Tom prompts Elle to finish a forgotten novel, Laurie and Travis host brunch, and Jules and Andy each have something to prove.
Andy makes a cat video with the guys for Bro-day; Jules is concerned about Travis' career opportunities after he graduates from college with an art degree; Laurie and Ellie pose as a couple to get Stan into a new school.
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The shades of 2008 and "Scrubs" are hard to ignore. "Cougar Town", after a disappointing return from hiatus, won't be back under the ABC banner next fall. That's the bad news. The good news? TBS has enthusiastically picked up the Bill Lawrence comedy for a fourth season to air on cable.
There shouldn't be panic surrounding "Cougar Town" and its recent ratings, but Tuesday night wasn't a good sign. The popular ABC comedy is in its second week back from hiatus, but many might've missed the memo. The Courtney Cox-led comedy drew 4.5 million viewers Tuesday evening, but hit a series-low rating by falling 6 percent to a 1.5 mark among adults age 18-49.
Oh, my. There is no joy in "Cougar Town," folks. A mighty comedy has struck out. The Courtney Cox-led sexy suburbs hit resumed its third season Tuesday night, but alas, marked the occasion by watching its rating nosedive 47 percent to a series-low 1.8 among adults 18-49 years old.
Whatever you're doing and whoever you are (or are NOT) spending Valentine's Day with, there's reason to feel good about Feb. 14. Unlike a certain other comedy sent mysteriously on hiatus, "Cougar Town" is ready to return and replace the dismal "Work It" on ABC.
ABC has its midseason premieres set in stone - but just where is "Cougar Town"? ABC originally had the show premiering in January, but now it will apparently not premiere the show until March, and then with a reduced run of 15 episodes.
I've got this really peanut butter-and-chocolate thing about producer Bill Lawrence and Sarah Chalke: no combination of the two can ever result in anything bad.