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Love and Marriage
Genre Situation comedy
Created by Amy Sherman
Starring Anthony Denison
Patricia Healy
Country of origin United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 9 (7 unaired)
Executive producer(s) Amy Sherman
Running time 23 minutes
Original channel Fox
Original run September 28, 1996 (1996-09-28)
– October 5, 1996 (1996-10-05)

Love and Marriage is an American situation comedy television series starring Anthony Denison and Patricia Healy as a New York working couple trying to raise a family. The series premiered September 28, 1996 on Fox.[1] The show was canceled after two episodes.[2]



Jack, who manages a parking garage by day, and his wife April, who works nights waitressing in a Manhattan restaurant, barely have any time to spend together, or with their three children Michael, Gemmy and Christopher. Louis and Trudy, and son Max, are their new neighbors from New Rochelle, New York.



Nine episodes are registered with the United States Copyright Office.

# Title Original airdate Production code
1 "Pilot" September 28, 1996 (1996-09-28) 100
2 "Ain't No Way to Treat a Lady" October 5, 1996 (1996-10-05) 104
"Up All Night" unaired 101
"Here's a Case Where Thomas Wolfe Was Wrong" unaired 102
"Look Who's Talking Now" unaired 103
"Family Business" unaired 105
"Back to School Fight" unaired 106
"Play Kristy for Me" unaired 107
"Sick at Home" unaired 108


Howard Rosenberg of the Los Angeles Times called the series "another routine sitcom", which revolves around a "noisy family".[1] Steven Linan, also of the Los Angeles Times, said the "uninspired sitcom could use further alterations in concept and scripts" since the show already had its title changed from Come Fly With Me.[3] Tom Shales of The Washington Post was equally unimpressed and called the series "among the least amusing" of the new season.[4] However, Tony Scott of Variety said "sharply written by creator Amy Sherman, directed expertly by Gail Mancuso, the Nardinis are people worth visiting". Scott further stated that the series "exudes joy, not cynicism, charm, not snideness".[5]


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