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One day we all realize our dreams are not coming true. For Joe, Owen, and Terry that day arrives when they hit their late forties. Joe, a separated father of two, thought he would be pro golfer someday. He now owns a party supply store. Owen, overstressed, diabetic, father and husband, works for his father's car dealership. Owen hates his job. Terry is a struggling actor. He has never married and dates women much younger than him. The dream is over and they help each other deal with the harsh light of reality.

Wednesday 10:00 PM et/pt on TNT
2 Seasons, 22 Episodes - Canceled
December 7, 2009
Comedy, Drama
8.1/10
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Men of a Certain Age Full Episode Guide

  • While Joe anticipates the senior tour pre-qualifier, Owen and his father discuss the future of the dealership while Terry envisions a new dream.

  • Owen teams up with Terry to shoot a new commercial for the dealership. Elsewhere, Joe struggles to revive his store and rebuild his life, yet past relationships continue to seek revenge on him.

  • Joe and Manfro's friendship gets rocky; Owen sets up hidden surveillance cameras to monitor the sales staffs' behavior; Terry goes of the deep end.

  • Owen decides to oversee the dealership's softball team.

  • Owen attempts to maintain the upper hand between two feuding salesmen. Meanwhile, Terry struggles to adapt to the new aspects of his relationship, and Joe does a favor for Manfro.

  • Joe spends time with his old bookie Manfro as he anticipates medical treatment. Terry and Erin take their relationship to the next level and Owen's interest is sparked when he receives an offer from a rival dealership.

  • Terry announces that he will be getting a colonoscopy for his 50th birthday, and the guys decide to make a weekend of the event in Palm Springs. While trying to enjoy themselves, Joe deals with his "mind bets", Terry has a hard time being apart from Erin, and Owen opens up about his father and the dealership.

  • Joe discovers some disturbing information about his former bookie; Terry begins to experience the benefits of a nine-to-five job; Owen takes an important step in resolving the tension between the sales and service teams at the dealership.

  • Joe finalizes his divorce, and discovers a few secrets about his daughter. Meanwhile, Owen goes to a car convention with his father, who has some unexpected news, and Terry is approached about an old television commercial.

  • Joe inadvertently ends up dating two women at the same time. Owen forces his father to stop undermining his authority at the dealership, while Terry and Marcus bet on who can sell the most cars in one day.

  • Joe tries to stick to a schedule that will allow him time to practice his golf game; Owen tries to assert his authority over the dealership s service department; Terry s coworkers discover one of his old commercials.

  • In the second season premiere, Joe is determined to get himself back in shape on the golf course; Owen regrets his decision to hire Terry at his father's auto dealership.

  • Joe finally stops gambling after problems in his personal life and in his business. Meanwhile, Terry's troubles continue to deepen due to an acting gig and Owen gets an offer to work at a rival dealership.

  • When his son's anxiety level rises because of the poor family situation, Joe decides that it is time to buy a house. In order to get some of the money, he places a $25,000 bet on a basketball game.

  • Joe's bookie finds out that Joe is an excellent golfer and exploits his skills in a scam. Meanwhile, Owen's weight gain is worrying his family and Terry moves into a new apartment building and becomes the apartment manager.

  • Joe goes to see his retired father (guest star Robert Loggia), who gives new meaning to the word grumpy. Owen's wife and mother get upset when a commercial for the auto dealership implies that Owen's co-worker, Marcus, is actually Owen Sr.'s son. And Terry becomes obsessed over finding out why he has been rejected for a youth mentoring program.

  • Joe tells a vivid story about his first date in 20 years; a story involving poor advice from Terry, a black eye, a Little League player and a misplaced lamp.

  • A combination of a bad contractor and a loss of power make Owen and his family move in with his father. Meanwhile, Joe thinks that her daughter is being stalked by a former boyfriend.

  • Owen and his family attend a school charity event with Joe's ex-wife and her new boyfriend. In order to avoid running into his ex while she is on her date, Joe decides to skip the event all together and have dinner with his bookie instead. Meanwhile Terry, who is the auctioneer and emcee for the event, runs into a former flame.

  • Joe makes an attempt to bond with his son by teaching him the basics of golf, and winds up hearing about his son's personal issues. Meanwhile, Terry and an actress friend team up to pose as a married couple at an open-house, but Terry takes his role too seriously and Owen attempts to get his sales figures up but is stifled by a moral dilemma.

  • Joe, who has been living in a hotel room since separating from his wife, begins to think about renting an apartment. Owen uses an old dealership model as his new car, much to his wife's dismay and Terry sets out to find the rude driver who almost ran him down.

  • In the pilot episode, we are introduced to Joe, Owen and Terry, who have been friends for years. Joe, who once had a dream of becoming a professional golfer, is now a party-store owner who is dealing with his recent separation from his wife. Owen works for his father as an auto-salesman in order to make ends meet and Terry is a part-time actor who is trying to recapture his past glory. The three of them support each other through their mid-life challenges during daily lunch meetings at a local diner and hikes in the hills of Los Angeles.

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