Talking Marriage with Ryan Bailey (2014– )

TV Series   |  Short, Comedy, Talk-Show

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Talking Marriage with Ryan Bailey is a "show within the show", which teaches people about the institution of marriage, based on the real life follies of Ryan Bailey. Viewers see him arguing... See full summary »


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23 December 2014 | shaawn
| Marriage Advice Without The Advice
They say Man is incomplete until he is married, then he is finished. Apparently, then he is Ryan Bailey.

Talking Marriage with Ryan Bailey is a comedic outlook at the institution of marriage. Well Ryan's marriage (prison). The show is filmed in Ryans garage with an ensemble cast that actually live in (near) Hollywood. Some are actors, some are writers, then there's Josh. Not quite sure about him. He plays a kazoo most of the time.

Each episode consists of Ryan playing talk show host while the rest of the cast films, sits on things, play instruments, stands there, and often wander around; almost hopelessly. After a few minutes of this they introduce some guest(s) that stopped by. These are usually also people that live in (near) actual Hollywood. In most cases they probably don't even know why Ryan invited them to 'hang out' in his garage. Some are actors (on both canceled/soon to be canceled TV shows), comedians (that really need the IMDb cred), or singers (his wife likes). Ryan asks a few questions, yells at Sean a lot, and exposes intimate details about his reproductive shortcomings.

Comedy, Drama, Action. My rating for Talking Marriage can only be a 8, because it is in itself a beginning for a new kind of TV show (youtube). It IS a classic. Those who say "we can't compare this to The Office, nor can we compare Ryan to Steve Carrell" are wrong. We can, and we should. Talented people don't live only in the past, some genius live today, among us, in their garages, afraid of their wives. And Ryan is one of them. Many say that he is overrated and his marriage is falling apart. I truly don't think so. Sure he can't have kids. Sure he sweats a lot. Sure he's interviewing children in a park and posting it on YouTube. That's called success. And it happens every other Wednesday at

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