When Joy suspects Eddie of keeping secrets from her, she decides to launch an investigation. Eddie turns to his friends Kenny and Karl for advice, and decides to give Joy a fake story in hopes of appeasing her in the "Cold Case"
Eddie tries to keep Joy happy by giving her an expensive designer handbag for her birthday, only to have her discover that it's a fake.
After an embarrassing incident in a local restaurant, Joy decides to return to college.
Eddie's book finally gets published but on the day of his book signing, Ally goes into labor and everyone shows up to welcome the new addition to the family. Meanwhile, Eddie gives Doug fatherhood tips and Ally apologizes to Joy for being a terrible daughter.
When Whitey decides to throw a surprise party for his 93-year-old grumpy uncle, his party guests are surprised to discover that Whitey is a hoarder and his house is overflowing with junk. Meanwhile, Eddie is in a rush to get to the party but Joy, Doug and Ally all take their time getting ready to go.
Martin Mull, Mayim Bialik, Michael Stoyanov and Jenna Von Oy Guest-Star. Joy goes overboard planning for Ally's baby shower and becomes obsessed with baby gifts. Meanwhile, Mr. White (guest star Mull) has difficulty giving Ally and Doug their shower gift, and Dr. Bialik invites her "Blossom" castmates to participate in a therapy session for Doug.
Martin Mull, Kevin Nealon and Susan Yeagley Guest-Star Directed by Joely Fisher When Joy loses her job at Eddie's school, she accepts a position as Stephen's (Kevin Nealon) executive assistant. The new gig leaves her miserable leading Eddie and Mr. White (Martin Mull) to scheme a way to get Joy her old job back.
Eddie is resigned to enduring a visit from his gay brother, Charlie, and his boyfriend, only to be surprised at how much he has in common with Charlie's new partner.
Eddie feels self-conscious when Tommy (guest star Gottfried) and Mr. White (guest star Mull) boast about their endowments, so Joy does her best to convince him that being average is just fine. Meanwhile, Doug and Ally have their first sonogram, and it appears that their unborn son doesn’t take after Eddie in the size department.
Eddie becomes annoyed by his students' use of cell phones in class, and soon learns that he and Joy are the only ones not infatuated with new technology. When Mr. White decides to drag Eddie into the 21st century, Eddie develops a technology addiction of his own.
When Ally and Doug announce that they're going to be parents, Joy has a meltdown about becoming a grandmother, forcing Eddie to call in his mother-in-law for help.
When the Starks go on vacation, Joy tries to convince a young woman that her marriage to Eddie is great and that young married couples should admire them. Meanwhile, Kenny tags along everywhere with Doug and Ally until they introduce him to a nice waitress.
Joy (Joely Fisher) and Eddie (Brad Garrett) decide to sell their house. Thrilled by the new move and recently single, Whitey (guest star Martin Mull) makes plans to move in. With the upcoming sale of the house, Doug (Timm Sharp) and Ally (guest star Kate Micucci) are forced to find another place to park their camper.
When Joy and Eddie begin to use role-playing to spice up their love life in the bedroom, they realize that pretending to be someone else isn't as sexy as being themselves. Meanwhile, to earn more income, Kenny decides to find people's lost dogs for them in order to collect the reward money.
Joy's opinionated mother Donna (guest star Lainie Kazan) comes for a surprise visit. Joy and Donna continue to work on their relationship. Meanwhile, Eddie's (Brad Garret) publisher (guest star Richard Lewis) wants to turn his manuscript about the Hindenburg into a children's book.
Eddie (Brad Garrett) and Joy (Joely Fisher) are ecstatic when their daughter Allison (guest star Laura Clery) decides to study in Europe for 6 months, thus leaving her tree hugging boyfriend Doug (guest star Tim Sharp) behind. But when Doug winds up in a serious accident, Allison ditches her trip and dashes home to Doug's side. Things only get worse for Eddie and Joy when the two lovebirds become engaged at the spur of the moment. Meanwhile, Kenny (J.B. Smoove) offers up his cousin's "under-the-table" car repair service at unbeatable price.
The starting question was, "Are you ready to start?"
`TIL DEATH is a comedy about the triumphs and tribulations of marriage and friendship from very different perspectives. It's about the funny - and annoying - things that happen between husbands, wives, neighbors and friends day after day after day.
EDDIE (Brad Garrett) and JOY STARK (Joely Fisher) are your typical long-married couple: Eddie is the unemotional, cynical and somewhat rude husband while Joy is the caring, loving wife who on a daily basis has to put up with all things Eddie. You could say Joy is the yin to Eddie's yang. As a long-time-married couple, they've been through it all together - and actually survived. Joy and Eddie are the perfect fit. As much as they gripe about their marriage, Eddie really does love Joy and Joy, despite it all, loves Eddie for all his shortcomings.
Living in suburban Philadelphia, Eddie and Joy hang with KENNETH ("KENNY") WESTCHESTER (J.B. Smoove), Eddie's "little brother" from the Big Brother program. Kenny was in the system as a young boy but never received a Big Brother until, through a computer glitch, he and Eddie were matched up. Kenny is a recent divorce with a penchant for ice cream, roller-skating and giving Eddie bad relationship advice. As Eddie's new best friend, he's the guy with all the answers - the wrong kind.
'TIL DEATH is executive produced by Tim Hobert, Josh Goldsmith, Cathy Yuspa, Steve Skrovan, David Rosenthal and Brad Garrett for Sony Pictures Television.
Ted Wass directed the pilot.
Joy hopes that one day her marriage will be what she always wanted. After 20 years, she still hopes.
'Til Death: Season 2 clip - starring Brad Garret, Joely Fisher, Kat Foster, Eddie Kaye Thomas.
A test of age is answered with quite some difficulty.
Margaret Cho talks about her husband, what fight friends are and how to be a proper guest star.
Brad Garrett keeps Joely Fisher in stitches as they talk about their new show, 'Til Death.
Trying new things this season. Because why not?
A new Ally.
After all these years.
Bubbly, but cruel.
Spend the day with 'TIL DEATH's Joely Fisher.
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