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On Wednesday's episode of Best Friends Forever (8:30c/7:30c on NBC), Jessica (Jessica St. Clair) dives back into the dating pool with a young frat boy (Desperate Housewives' Max Carver). She's...
In real life, Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham are pals and writing partners. On TV, they play "Jessica" and "Lennon," the two besties who move back in together, along with Lennon's ...
Butt-dialing affects millions of people every day. But when that call goes to your estranged husband whom you haven't seen since he Fed-Ex-ed you divorce papers? That's a whole different tune.
On Wednesday's episode of Best Friends Forever (8:30/7:30c on NBC), the recently dumped Jessica (Jessica St. Clair) finally appears to be getting back to her old cheerful self after weeks of nonstop crying and seven-hour baths. But just as Jessica and Lennon (Lennon Parham) start...
You know how Ellis, the smarmy assistant-from-hell on Smash, has become the most reviled character on TV this season? That's only because most people haven't been subjected yet to Best Friends Forever, the poisonous new sitcom NBC is launching tonight (8:30/7:30c) in the deep, deep rabbit hole of its woeful Wednesday night lineup — which has already claimed the much more enjoyable (though virtually invisible) Bent, ending its run tonight (9/8c) after only three weeks of back-to-back episodes.
Art imitates life on the new NBC sitcom Best Friends Forever, which was co-created, written and stars best friends Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham.
"Lennon and I spend, like, 12 hours a day together, more than I have spent with any man or woman," St. Clair told reporters recently on set. "I would say this is the healthiest relationship I've ever been in."
That friendship is the basis for the comedy, which debuts Wednesday. Three years after getting married and moving 3,000 miles away, Jessica (St. Clair) moves back in with her best friend and longtime roommate Lennon (Parham) when she is served divorce papers. Jessica is startled to see she has been replaced, sort of, by Lennon's live-in boyfriend, Joe (Luka Jones). "This show is really about what do you do when you have to share your friend for the first time," St. Clair says, "which is kind of a hard thing for women because all through your 20s you are each other's No. 1, and then this guy comes in and ruins everything."