Partners (2012–2013)

TV Series   |  Comedy, Romance


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Two lifelong friends, who are both architects, form a business partnership.


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  • David Krumholtz in Partners (2012)
  • Sophia Bush in Partners (2012)
  • Brandon Routh in Partners (2012)
  • David Krumholtz and Michael Urie in Partners (2012)
  • Michael Urie in Partners (2012)
  • Sophia Bush, David Krumholtz, Brandon Routh, and Michael Urie in Partners (2012)

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Creators:

David Kohan, Max Mutchnick

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18 October 2012 | simon-d-cesair
6
| Funny Funny Funny
I am so happy to see Michael Uri back on the scree. He is is just right for this role and so is th rest of the crew.

I love the straight-gay-friendship theme. All the characters are fitting right in, even the secretary, who only appears in a few scenes, is cracking me up every time.

I think all homophobic people should watch this show, just to understand that gay people don't automatically jump or flirt with any man. Did you ever want a best female friend, because they might help you with your women issues and have a better and more sensitive understanding for certain things, but your girlfriend wouldn't allow it? Just pick a gay guy :-) And this show proves it. Gay guys and straight guys CAN be friends.

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