Labelled an outcast by his brainy family, a bouncer overcomes long odds to lead a team of under performing misfits to semi-pro hockey glory, beating the crap out of everything that stands in his way.
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Win at All Costas - Sneak Peek
Matthew Perry stars as Ryan King, a recent widower and sports talk radio host ready to get back to work after the loss of his wife. Ryan's alpha-male boss, Stephen (John Cho), has a different plan in store for Ryan, making him attend grief counseling before returning to the air. A reluctant Ryan finds himself in a support group for "life change" where he meets an oddball cast of characters, all with their own backstories filled with varying degrees of loss. On his very first visit, Ryan convinces the group to deviate from their normal session and starts a tournament-style competition (March Sadness!) to find out whose story is the worst. Ryan's total lack of interest in "the healing process" proves distracting, and he soon butts heads with the by-the-books group leader, Lauren, played by Tony Award-winner Laura Benanti. Back at work, Ryan is confronted with the fact that he hasn't really processed his grief and realizes Lauren and the other members of the group might be key in helping him move on. Also starring are Tony Award winner Julie White as Anne, Tyler James Williams as Owen, Suzy Nakamura as Yolanda, and Brett Gelman as Mr. K.
When it comes to Janie's ashes, Anne and Mr. K start out with the best of intentions...
Freaked out by Carrie's feelings for him, Ryan hides out inside a plush basketball suit.
Let Fausta tell you why this activity is no bueno.
The notion of reaching a pinnacle moment is troubling for Ryan.
When it comes to drowning sorrows in gambling, bingo opens Ryan's floodgate.
Ryan solicits the group's advice on how to deliver bad news.