Partners

  • 2005

An ecological magazine show that focuses on agricultural issues and the environment and examines USDA-funded projects at American universities.

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01:41 — Trailer for Partners. Partners is a romantic comedy that wryly explores the many ambiguities of the word partner. When Dave, an enterprising, is of (more…)

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When Allen and Marcus suspect a high-end wedding planner is taking advantage of same-sex couples, Marcus sees this is an opportunity to help a young couple that was duped- While Allen sees the lucrative potential in cornering the market on future same-sex divorces. When they pose as a couple to get evidence, it shines a light on the problems in their own partnership. Written by Robert Horn; directed by Joe Regalbuto.

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  • Premiered: November 13, 2005
  • Rating: None
  • Premise: An ecological magazine show that focuses on agricultural issues and the environment and examines USDA-funded projects at American universities.