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Coupling: Season 2 (2001)

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Studio: BBC Warner
Genre: Comedies, Television, Television Comedy, Comedy TV
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The second season of Coupling picks up where the first left off, with sexual shenanigans providing fodder for all sorts of conceptual comedy stunts. But as creator/writer Steven Moffat makes his way through this longer, nine-episode run, his plots begin to accrue more emotional depth as his characters exhibit the humanity behind their various tics. The romance between Steve (Jack Davenport) and Susan (Sarah Alexander) continues to function as the nucleus around which the more extreme characters spin. Against all odds, Patrick (Ben Miles) and Sally (Kate Isitt) drift toward some sort of connection, while Jane (Gina Bellman) and Jeff (Richard Coyle) continue their outré antics. Eventually, even poor, bumbling Jeff finds a girlfriend of his own. Jane doesn't achieve a similar benchmark, but her shenanigans slowly reveal the loneliness underneath her outrageousness. Although some level of soap opera continuity is inevitable as a series progresses, Moffat's through-lines remain secondary to his comedic mission. When sentimentality does rear its head, it's only for a moment -- and usually just before or after a side-splitting set piece. ~ Brian J. Dillard, All Movie Guide

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Coupling: Season 2 (Disc 1 of 2) (2001)
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Coupling: Season 2 (Disc 2 of 2) (2001)
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Slapping Friends On the Ass by kelljoi January 14, 2005 - 7:37 PM PST
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Love this. It's like Friends but cheekier and with funny accents. And more nudity....mostly of the male variety. Sadly no full frontal, hence, the "7" rating.

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