Three young couples -- newlyweds, childhood sweethearts, and a commitment-phobe boyfriend and girlfriend -- were linked by friendship and family and reflect love and life in various stages. The show was dropped by NBC after its initial six-episode run, then picked up by the WB for five seasons before its finale in 2002. Holly Robinson Peete later starred in "Love, Inc" in which she headed a high-end dating consultation firm where she and a group of friends helped people find dates. And of course, the lead character, while thrust in the world of finding dates for everyone else also has her own love life to worry about. The show had a solid 22-episode run but was lost in the CW merger of UPN and the WB.
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