Things I Love Today: Coupling

Things I Love Today: Coupling

Admittedly, I’m always a sucker for BBC sitcoms. As Time Goes By reruns are a favorite and I grew up laughing to Faulty Towers hijinks.

My newest obsession is Coupling. It’s been on BBC America every night at 10 pm this week. It’s a little racy, but not raunchy, and super clever. I even caught Rob laughing out loud at a few of the scenes, a bit hit for someone who usually watches TV while also working on the laptop and practicing ukulele.

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  1. lsaspacey at 6:55 pm

    Oh my god, yes! I love this show, it showed on my local PBS station years ago when the network version (Ick!) was on. No comparison. I developed quite a crush on Jeff, truly reminded me of an old boyfriend, except Jeff had a job.

    Here’s a list of the best quotes from the show that I saved to my Favorites.

  2. hyb at 7:29 pm

    I love Coupling and I love Jeff! Have you seen the Cupbouard of Patrick’s Love yet? Brilliant!

    The show’s out on DVD in the US, and I just love it. Once the run is over, I highly recommend that you get addicted to My Family. Sometimes a little cruel on the family humor, but very very funny.

  3. Cassie at 10:06 pm

    This show is the best. I watched them all on my computer with my Netflix account. I laughed so hard. I’m so happy that the love is being spread.

  4. Jessica at 11:12 pm

    I completely share your love for britcoms. I can’t get enough of As Time Goes By, and Coupling is a guilty pleasure, as my husband doesn’t like it. Other favorites- Mulberry, Vicar of Dibley, Good Neighbors, To the Manor Born, My Hero, and the eternal classic, Are You Being Served?

  5. love.boxes at 4:03 pm

    I think I’ve seen every episode of As Time Goes By about 3 times. That was some great writing.

  6. kathare at 12:47 am

    OMG!!! I love Coupling!! Especially Jeff! I bought all 4 seasons. It’s a shame it hasn’t continued and Jeff is not in season 4. But the story has to end somewhere.