Bobby's gift idea for Andi doesn't resonate with the friends, so Kate intervenes. Unaware that Val rented out their old house, Will makes an unannounced visit, only to get trapped inside.
A missing cheque could throw Andi and Bobby's marital scorecard out of balance. Jules and Lowell adopt way too many dogs, and Will is determined to coin a corny catchphrase.
Out to prove she's not "un-setup-able," Kate persuades Lowell to fix her up with his friend. Andi decides to get more involved in the neighborhood, but Bobby's not on board with the idea.
Will signs up for online dating and challenges Kate to see who can find a better mate. Andi goes to extremes to get Charlie into a posh preschool, and Jules fills in as Kate's assistant.
Concerned about their boring love life, Andi and Bobby try to spice things up. Meanwhile, Kate investigates Lowell's past relationships, and Will misinterprets signals from his ex.
Andi and Bobby try to take a last-minute “baby moon,” but when Andi misses Charlie and ruins the mood, Bobby complains to Lowell about the pitfalls of marriage, giving Lowell cold feet for his upcoming nuptials. Meanwhile, Will gets very drunk and hooks up with a woman who he realizes is much older than he thought.
When Kate isn’t impressed after she goes on a date with Will’s trainer, Will gives him some pointers and then takes credit for their amazing night. Meanwhile, Andi hires a gorgeous male nanny and tries to impress him.
Kate freaks out when she realizes she is dating a man with a daughter – until she finds out the daughter is old enough to date Will. Meanwhile, Rick points out that a playgroup dad is flirting with Andi, who then fears she is breaking up his marriage.
Lowell joins Bobby and Will for a boys’ night of debauchery, and Kate insists that Jules gets special treatment because she’s hot. Meanwhile, Andi becomes insecure when she discovers that Bobby has Playboy models as patients.
Kate accidentally sleeps with a male escort and tries to figure out how to take it back. Meanwhile, Bobby and Andi deal with an escaped rat in their attic and Will thinks Lowell has stolen his jacket.
Will tries to be more adventurous by sexting with his new date, and Kate catches Jules and Andi planning Jules’ wedding without her.
When Will struggles to meet women on his own, Kate takes him to a bar and acts as his wingman. Meanwhile, Andi’s pregnancy hormones heighten her sense of smell and her libido.
When Jules meets Lowell, the man of her dreams, during a whirlwind romance and decides to get married, her friends start to examine their own love lives. Meanwhile, to prove to Will that she isn’t picky and shallow, Kate lets him set her up on a blind date.
FRIENDS WITH BETTER LIVES is a romantic comedy about six friends at different stages in their lives - married, divorced, newly engaged and single - who are outwardly happy, but secretly questioning if their friends have it better. Andi and Bobby are happily married with a toddler and another baby on the way; Will is newly single, but is still pining for his ex-wife; Jules and Lowell are high on their passionate new relationship; and Kate has a successful career but may have a breakdown when she finds out her last remaining single friend, Jules, just got engaged.
Kate is concerned about Jules and Lowell getting engaged after only six weeks, and so decides to do some investigating of Lowell’s past. Will is having trouble letting go of Val and misinterprets her sudden friendliness. Andi is concerned about her and Bobby’s love life, so Kate encourages her to step things up - a suggestion that leads to unexpected challenges.
Show about three friends at very different stages of their lives.
FRIENDS WITH BETTER LIVES is a romantic comedy about six friends at different stages in their lives.
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