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      Season 1 – Men, Women & Dogs

      2001 Comedy List
      22% 9 Reviews Tomatometer A single-camera relationship comedy about a group of 20-somethings who gather at L.A.'s happenin' dog parks, sharing their latest adventures in romance and using their canines as date magnets. Read More Read Less

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      Episode 1 Aired Oct 14, 2001 Pilot Four guys (Bill Bellamy, Mike Damus, Niklaus Lange, Daniel Pino) converge on a Los Angeles dog park to talk about women, careers and dogs. Details Episode 2 Aired Oct 21, 2001 Sick as a Dog A food critic reviews more than just Jeremiah's cooking; Eric tries to curb Michelle's openness about her period. Details Episode 3 Aired Oct 28, 2001 Bone of Contention Clay refuses to pose nude for a street artist; Royce falls for a penny-pincher; Jeremiah tries to avoid a ticket for his dog. Details Episode 4 Aired Nov 4, 2001 A Bulldog Scorned After Michelle bars Eric's bulldog from the bedroom, she becomes convinced the dog is plotting against her. Details Episode 5 Aired Nov 11, 2001 Let Sleeping Dogs Lie Jeremiah enrolls his dog in an obedience class after Wolfgang barks at one of his dates, but Jeremiah comes to realize that Wolfgang may have a sixth sense about people. Details Episode 6 Aired Dec 2, 2001 Kibbles and Grits Jeremiah encounters a past date whose figure has changed since he wooed her with a chocolate dessert. Details Episode 7 Aired Dec 9, 2001 Old Dog, New Tricks When Jeremiah sets Clay up with a beautiful woman, Clay regales her with stories of his ex-girlfriend. Details Episode 8 Aired Dec 16, 2001 Dog Day Afternoon and Night Michelle loses Eric's dog; Jeremiah learns the consequences of his sex life. Details Episode 9 Aired Dec 30, 2001 A Fetching New Lawyer Eric throws a surprise party for Michelle when he believes she passed the bar exam; Royce poses as a gay man in an attempt to win a woman's affection. Details Episode 10 Aired May 5, 2003 Top Dog Jeremiah is offered a job on a cruise ship; Royce plots to get friends to do his laundry. Details Episode 11 Aired May 12, 2003 Chew Toy A single-camera relationship comedy about a group of 20-somethings who gather at L.A.'s happenin' dog parks, sharing their latest adventures in romance and using their canines as date magnets. Details Episode 12 Aired May 13, 2003 Magic, Three-Legged Sex Dog Jeremiah and Clay go to yoga class seeking women; Royce's new dog has only three legs. Details Episode 13 Aired May 14, 2003 Cheese Dog Clay and Jeremiah fall out over Clay's new date. Details

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      Ann Hodges Houston Chronicle Men, Women & Dogs is pathetic. Rated: D- Mar 20, 2020 Full Review Hal Boedeker Orlando Sentinel The laugh track is jarring under that setup, and the lame jokes don't merit the merriment. Mar 20, 2020 Full Review Tim Goodman San Francisco Chronicle Four men behave typically by using their dogs to attract women. Or something like that. It's paper-thin to start with, and you don't need to sniff around much to find out where these episodes will go. Sep 5, 2019 Full Review Scott D. Pierce Deseret News (Salt Lake City) A perfectly pleasant, appealing cast - both human and canine - can't overcome an inane, dull script. Mar 20, 2020 Full Review Tom Jicha South Florida Sun-Sentinel Who let these dogs out? (The cliched characters, not the canines.) The sensation evoked by watching this show is more like that of stepping in something. Sep 5, 2019 Full Review Alan Pergament Buffalo News As cute as a puppy, as fluffy as a collie and as light as a Chihuahua, the new WB comedy "Men, Women & Dogs" is a charmer. Rated: 2.5/4 Sep 5, 2019 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Season Info

      Director
      John Whitesell
      Executive Producer
      Dan Staley, Rob Long
      Screenwriter
      Nicole Avril, Paul Corrigan, Dan Staley, Alex Barnow, Drew Vaupen, Maisha Closson, Timothy Fall, Brad Walsh, Rob Long, Marc Firek, Phil Baker
      Network
      The WB
      Rating
      TV-PG (D)
      Genre
      Comedy
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Oct 14, 2001