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Live In Pieces

Die erste Staffel der US-amerikanischen Comedy-Serie Life in Pieces wurde zum ersten Mal zwischen dem September und dem März auf. Life in Pieces Originaltitel: Life in Pieces. Comedyserie, 20 min., ab 0 Jahren. Rec. Sa | TNT Comedy / HD. Wo & wann bei Sky? Life in Pieces ist eine Sitcom, in der es um eine Familiengeschichte aus der Sicht verschiedener Personen. Colin Hanks und Betsy Brandt spielen die.

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Life in Pieces ist eine US-amerikanische Sitcom, welche von Justin Adler für den amerikanischen Fernsehsender CBS produziert wird. Im Mittelpunkt der Serie. Life in Pieces ist eine Sitcom, in der es um eine Familiengeschichte aus der Sicht verschiedener Personen. Colin Hanks und Betsy Brandt spielen die. Die erste Staffel der US-amerikanischen Comedy-Serie Life in Pieces wurde zum ersten Mal zwischen dem September und dem März auf.

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Live In Pieces 45 rows · Life in Pieces is an American sitcom that aired on CBS. It was created by Justin Adler and . Life in Pieces Cast & Crew. 64 Metascore; ; 4 seasons CBS Family, Comedy Watchlist. Where to Watch. Director 25 Credits. Jason Winer. 8 Episodes Alex Reid. 2 Number Of Seasons: 4. Life in Pieces, though, is very different: refreshing and delving into areas not seen before in sitcoms. As a bonus, if you don't like one story just wait because the next segment will be totally different and featuring different characters. Very well acted and fast paced too. Ai Read more.

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In "Story Three: Miss Independent", Joan tries to prove to Heather that Sophia is ready for a little independence. In "Story Four: Clementine Gets A Job", Clementine gets a job at "The Car People" car rental office, leaving Tyler home alone all day.

In "Story One: The Personal Chef", when Greg and Jen hire Allie Molly Shannon , a private chef, to cook for them on Valentine's Day, the evening isn't as romantic as they had hoped.

In "Story Two: Dog Rescue", Matt and Colleen try to adopt a 3-legged dog from Ruth Angela Kinsey , a judgmental animal advocate. In "Story Three: The Best Valentine's Day Ever", Sophia gets a necklace from a boy for Valentine's Day, to the chagrin of Heather and Tim.

In "Story Four: Negotiation", John and Joan attempt to buy a classic car from dealership owner Gavin Leslie David Baker. In "Story One: Slow Pokes", John and Joan join Facebook so they can stay connected to the kids.

In "Story Two: Derek", Heather manically tries to save Sophia's beloved goldfish, Derek, from dying. In "Story Three: Wedding Plans", Matt and Colleen realize how out of control planning a wedding can get after meeting with their offbeat wedding planner, Ned Gawler Lyle Lovett.

In "Story Four: Backstage", when Tim gets two all-access passes to the Grammy Awards from his rock star patient, Charlie Puth , he brings Samantha along to backstage of the show to impress her.

In "Story One: Party of Two", a restaurant dinner originally for four gets awkward for Jen and Matt without Greg and Colleen. In "Story Two: Wine Bra", Heather and Tim try to sneak wine into an ice skating show to get out of paying at the venue.

In "Story Three: Future House", Lark accidentally locks out Greg and Jen from the house, prompting Greg to have a complicated home automation system installed.

In "Story Four: Ordained", when Colleen mentions that she's an ordained minister, John and Joan agree to an impromptu wedding. During the wedding rehearsal, John and Joan decide they prefer living together as partners and they cancel the wedding.

In "Story Two: Something's Wrong With Mom-Mom", Joan takes offense when Heather writes off her forgetfulness as "old age".

In "Story Three: Colleen Rattled", Colleen confronts a mechanic, Dabney Ty Barnett , that she believes is sexist.

In "Story Four: Hughes Prepared", Tim has the kids go through an impromptu earthquake drill to see if they could figure out how to get home without money or cell service.

In "Story One: Sleepover", Tim regrets missing a slumber party when he was a kid so he insists on helping Sophia make it through a friend's sleepover.

In "Story Two: Jen Had a Dream", Greg gets upset when Jen reveals she had a sex dream about a member of the family. In "Story Three: Sensor and Sensibility", John installs a motion-sensor light in the yard that flashes repeatedly, keeping them up at night.

In "Story Four: Full Moon Madness", when Matt and Colleen take a strong sleep aid, they start experiencing crazy sleepwalking adventures.

In "Story One: Playing Favorites", Greg becomes frazzled when Lark rebuffs him and only wants to be held by Jen. In "Story Two: Heather Gives In", Heather refuses to get the reading glasses that she desperately needs.

In "Story Three: Father's Blessing", Colleen introduces Matt to her eccentric father, Miguel Daniel Zacapa , so he can get his blessing for their upcoming nuptials.

In "Story Four: Mikey's Girlfriend", when Cousin Mikey Greg Grunberg goes through a tough breakup, Joan tries to set him up on a date.

In "Story One: Babysitting", Matt and Colleen have a disastrous time babysitting Lark while Jen is at work. In "Story Two: The Naked Truth", Tyler and Clementine tell Tim their argument management method: they only fight each other while naked.

Later, Tim and Heather use this method when they rehash an old fight from the early days of their relationship. In "Story Three: The Entrepreneurs", Greg gives Samantha questionable advice about being an entrepreneur for her school project.

In "Story Four: The Butterfly Effect", Sophia is far from pleased when John buys her a butterfly kit for her birthday. In "Story One: Colleen's Web", when Colleen goes to Tim for help with an embarrassing ear ailment, she begs him not to tell the family.

In "Story Two: Queen J", Heather gets jealous when her friends want to include Jen in their mommy group. In "Story Three: Bull In A China Shop", Dougie enlists Joan to help her buy a gift for Matt and Colleen's wedding.

In "Story Four: Family Book Club", Professor Sinclair Wilde encourages Joan to ask her family to read a draft of her book.

In "Story One: Airport Rush", Heather and Tim run into countless obstacles when trying to get to the airport on time.

In "Story Two: All Dogs Go To Mexico", Joan and John attempt to smuggle their dog, Tank, onto the plane. In "Story Three: Fly Baby", when Greg and Jen take Lark on her first airplane trip, their parental skills are upstaged by another couple travelling with their baby.

In "Story Four: Not-Rushin' Roulette", Matt and Colleen miss their flights when they accept travel vouchers for airline credits. In "Story One: Baking A Murderer", Greg and Jen get into trouble after Greg shares a coconut cookie with a fellow plane passenger, Max Mark Beltzman , who has a severe allergic reaction to it.

In "Story Two: The Hughes, The Hughes, The Hughes Is On Fire", after a fire breaks out in their kitchen, the Hughes family moves into Tyler and Clementine's tiny house.

In "Story Three: Alas, Poor Yorkie", Joan and John rush their dog, Tank, to the vet after he swallows Matt's wedding ring.

In "Story Four: For Better Or For Worse", when Colleen and Matt miss all the flights to Mexico for their wedding, they question if they will ever get married.

Later at the layover hotel, they get married in a makeshift setting, officiated by Greg and witnessed by most of Matt's relatives who had also failed to reach Mexico.

Afterwards when Colleen and Matt are next to a balcony railing, it breaks, causing her to fall into the hotel pool far below. In "Story One: Settlement", Matt and Colleen's are set to receive a huge monetary settlement from Colleen's fall off the motel balcony on their wedding night.

Their spending spree ends when they are told about the motel's filing for bankruptcy. In "Story Two: The Pacifier Fairy", Jen and Greg attempt to persuade Lark to get rid of her pacifier.

In "Story Three: Hide and Sophia", John tries to get Sophia back on track when she starts misbehaving. In "Story Four: Out of Sync", Tyler and Clementine announce that they have filed for divorce but will still be living together.

In "Story One: By Any Other Name", when Jen invites her boss, Paul Andy Buckley , and his wife, Rose Julie Chen , over to dinner to impress him, she and Greg can't remember his wife's name and scramble to avoid embarrassment.

In "Story Two: Tyler Moves On", Tim urges Tyler to start dating. In "Story Three: Matt's Dream", Matt ends up having a nightmare about parenting after he and Colleen discuss having children.

In "Story Four: Joansin' for a Drink", Joan grows increasingly stressed about Heather living with her. In "Story One: X Marks the Spot", when Heather finds a map to a time capsule she buried with her brothers as kids, they all set out to find it and dig it up.

In "Story Two: The Pick-Up Artist", Jen learns she has a low car passenger service rating so she books rides across the city to charm drivers and increase her score.

In "Story Three: Queens are Wild", Joan joins her neighbor's poker game in an effort to win an unusual prize. In "Story Four: Hear and Loathing", John finally gets hearing aids but they aren't having the effect he was hoping for.

In "Story One: Mr. T", Greg has a boost of self-confidence after learning he has high levels of testosterone.

In "Story Two: Joan's Day Off", when Heather, Clementine and Jen offer to save Joan from the stress of preparing the Thanksgiving meal, the free time leaves Joan even more stressed out.

In "Story Three: Baked With Love", Samantha tries to keep a secret from her family during Thanksgiving dinner. In "Story Four: Knife of the Round Table", John is determined to continue the tradition of using his "Electric Carving Knife" even though it is now old and unsafe to carve the turkey.

In "Story One: Boccone", when Tim and Heather go to an expensive restaurant to celebrate their anniversary, they are determined to finish every bite of their pricey course meal.

In "Story Two: Potty Training Lark", Jen and Greg try to quickly potty-train Lark before her first day of preschool.

In "Story Three: The New Cart Girl", Tyler gets jealous of the attention Clementine is getting at work. In "Story Four: Middle Child Day", Matt and Samantha team up for a "Middle Child Day" and go to a trapeze school.

In "Story One: Waffle Party", Matt and Colleen regret returning their wedding presents unopened for cash when they learn that John and Joan had stuffed their gift's box full of cash.

In "Story Two: Permission", when Heather tries to become Tyler's cool best friend, things take an awkward turn at an R-rated movie.

In "Story Three: A Night Away", Jen and Greg get their first overnight away from Lark. In "Story Four: Samantha's Boyfriend", listening to John causes Tim to overdo keeping a watchful eye on Samantha and her boyfriend.

In "Story One: Jen's Birthday", when Jen and Greg hire Clementine as a part-time nanny for Lark and invite her to join them for dinner, the waitress Anne Bedian mistakes Jen for Lark's grandmother.

In "Story Two: Teacher's Pet", Tyler's new girlfriend, Alex Morandi Christine Woods , turns out to also be Sophia's fourth grade teacher.

In "Story Three: The Escape Room", a questionable company that John hired to set up an escape room in his house also steals a large portion of the house's contents.

In "Story Four: The Lost Ticket", Matt grows frustrated with Colleen when she blames a valet for stealing her lottery ticket.

In "1st Short of Christmas", Greg's enjoyment of some classic music on the radio gets recorded by Matt. In "2nd Short of Christmas", during Tyler and Clementine's Christmas party at their tiny house , Joan gets crowd surfed.

In "3rd Short of Christmas", John donates more to charity than he initially intended. In "4th Short of Christmas", Matt gets his siblings to help in making a new version of a childhood photograph.

In "5th Short of Christmas", Joan's robotic vacuum cleaner gets depressed and destroys itself. In "6th Short of Christmas", Jen's fireplace chimney has a "bee hole".

In "7th Short of Christmas", Colleen and Matt bring a bottle of fancy wine to Joan's party. In "8th Short of Christmas", Sophia drinks some leftover eggnog that was spiked for the earlier party.

In "9th Short of Christmas", Lark receives a playhouse formerly a metal dog cage after her parents realize that the very large dog that was going to be a gift for her was unsuitable.

In "10th Short of Christmas", Samantha receives a plane ticket for her to attend a summer art school in France. In "11th Short of Christmas", Heather receives cherry-themed presents.

In "12th Short of Christmas", the family watches a DVD of several family members. In "Story One: Romancing the Joan", the whole family surprises Joan at her book reading, to her chagrin.

In "Story Two: The Chicken and the Egg", when Sophia asks Matt and Colleen about having children, an animated sequence featuring the whole family as farm animals reveals that they have been struggling to have a baby.

In "Story Three: Tim Hires a Nurse", Heather interferes with Tim's hiring process at the office. In "Story Four: Neighbor Friends! In "Story One: Emergency", Heather calls Matt when she thinks she's having a heart attack for him to take her to the hospital.

In "Story Two: The Interview", Greg calls Matt when he needs help to manage medicated John and Joan during Greg's important scheduled videocall.

In "Story Three: Baby Driver", a telemarketer's call to Matt ends with Matt passing the bag to Tim and Samantha who also fail. In "Story Four: Stolen Lunch", when Colleen calls Matt, the bag accidentally get swapped with Dougie's booby-trapped lunchbag.

In "Story One: Jen Gets Goosed", when Jen sings in Tyler's band, Funeral Goose, she gets caught up in the excitement and creates an awkward situation for him.

In "Story Two: Hello Donna, My New Friend", Heather becomes jealous of Joan's friendship with a college writing course classmate, Donna Emily Chang.

In "Story Three: Silent Auction", Matt donates one of his paintings to a silent auction for Tim's medical charity. In "Story Four: Beer Buddies", John and Greg decide to brew beer together.

In "Story One: John's John", after the Hughes family moves from John and Joan's home back into their own repaired home, a delivery mix-up results in John and Joan accidentally receiving the fancy Japanese toilet Tim ordered for himself.

In "Story Two: A Close Shave", Sophia decides to shave her legs. In "Story Three: Jen and Greg Don't Want to Party", when Greg and Jen's crazy next-door neighbors invite them to a party, Greg makes up a lie so they can get out of attending.

In "Story Four: Hair Today, Pregnant Tomorrow", Matt and Colleen discover they need to give up some medications for hair and for mood to increase their chances of having a child.

In "Story One: Joan Vents", with John's help, Tyler listens in on a therapy session between Clementine and Joan to see if she still has feelings for him.

Tyler and Clementine get back together. In "Story Two: Too Cool for Traffic School", Tim bribes Samantha to attend online traffic school in his place.

In "Story Three: Greg's Ride", when Matt drives Greg to a job interview, they encounter a few bizarre obstacles that jeopardize getting him there on time.

In "Story Four: Let's Get Out of the Movies", Jen tries to convince Colleen and Tim to join her boycott of family get-togethers.

In "Story One: Jen's Parents", Jen and Greg decide to take turns dealing with her annoying parents, Dr. Dave Collins Fred Melamed and Charlotte Collins Joanna Cassidy , when they come to visit.

In "Story Two: When Junious Met Wandy", Sophia digs up disturbing information when she investigates the family lineage.

In "Story Three: Coupon War", Colleen cashes in the many "love coupons" Matt has given her as gifts over the years.

In "Story Four: Promcom", when Tim and Heather chaperone Samantha's dance, Heather runs into an old flame, Wayne Winger Brian Van Holt. In "Story One: Greg's New Job", Greg tries to fit in with his new young coworkers but takes things too far.

In "Story Two: The Cute One", when Sophia feels like she is no longer the cutest kid in the Short family, she tries frantically to regain her status.

In "Story Three: The Necklace", Joan gives Jen a beautiful necklace, forgetting she already gave it to Heather for her Sweet 16 , and now she has to get it back.

In "Story Four: Tim and Colleen Do Shots", Colleen and Tim bond when he helps her administer the hormone injections for her IVF treatment.

In "Story One: Pageant", Colleen babysits Lark, and Jen comes home to find Lark dolled up in Colleen's old pageant dress.

In "Story Two: Joan's Bike", Joan's bike is stolen from the driveway so she enlists Matt, Greg and Tim to join her in tracking it down.

In "Story Three: Avenue Hughes The Musical", when Heather tells Sophia she has to get rid of her stuffed animals, Sophia stages a musical with them to see if she can change her mother's mind.

In "Story Four: Jerky", Tyler and Clementine get John's help to sell their homemade beef jerky at the farmer's market. In "Story One: Sitter Search", Jen and Greg go to great lengths to find the perfect babysitter for Lark.

In "Story Two: Everybody Loves Ryan", Heather learns information about Samantha's boyfriend that she isn't sure she should reveal. In "Story Three: Surrogate Gate", Matt believes he may have a history with Colleen's sister after he meets her for the first time.

In "Story Four: Last Mattress", John becomes testy when shopping for a mattress and Joan realizes the unusual source of his aggravation.

In "Story One: Tiny House Airbnb", Tyler and Clementine advertise their tiny house as a rental property.

In "Story Two: Portrait Of The Jen As A Woman", when Jen is offered a custom painting as payment from a hot new artist, she is thrilled until she sees the final product.

In "Story Three: Story Thief", Sophia repeats to Matt and Colleen her friend's story idea, which they try to use for a children's book but it isn't a new concept.

In "Story Four: The IRS", John and Joan fall prey to a sleazy "send me money now" phone scam. In "Story One: TBT Jen and Greg Buy a House" : When Jen and Greg bought their dream home.

In "Story Two: TBT The Mattchelor" : When Matt got sidetracked after he saw Colleen while waiting for a blind date.

In "Story Three: TBT Tim Meets the Family" : When Tim met Heather's family for the first time. In "Story One: Tim and Tyler's Secret", Tyler and Tim realize they are in over their heads when Heather tasks them with buying a bra for Samantha.

In "Story Two: Jen Gives Joan Crabs", Joan asks Jen to submit a recipe for the family cookbook, prompting Jen to steal one from her favorite restaurant.

In "Story Three: John's Gamble", John gets Samantha and Sophia hooked on gambling while babysitting for them. In "Story Four: Wombmate", Colleen and Matt obsess about their surrogate's unhealthy lifestyle.

In "Story One: No Thank Yous", Colleen and Matt send out a video thank you message for their wedding gifts, which irritates the family.

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Download as PDF Printable version. HDTV i. John Doe Short James Brolin. Joan Pirkle Short Dianne Wiest. Tim Hughes Dan Bakkedahl.

Heather Short Hughes Betsy Brandt. Matthew Short Thomas Sadoski. Colleen Brandon Ortega Short Angelique Cabral. Gregory Short Colin Hanks.

Crazy Credits The show opens with the printed tag line, "One Big Family. Four Short Stories. This is a pun. Each episode consists of four complete stories, presented one at a time.

But also, the name of the family is "Short". So the four segments that make up each episode aren't just short stories.

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Live In Pieces Life In Piecesis a comedy about one big happy family and their sometimes awkward, often hilarious and ultimately beautiful milestone moments as told by its various members. Of the three siblings, middle child Matt has finally married his true love, Colleen. Thomas Sadoski, Dianne Wiest, James Brolin, Zoe Lister-Jones and the rest of the Life in Pieces cast on Life in Pieces, though, is very different: refreshing and delving into areas not seen before in sitcoms. As a bonus, if you don't like one story just wait because the next segment will be totally different and featuring different characters. Very well acted and fast paced too. Life in Pieces is on track to have its last laugh. TVLine has learned that CBS has cancelled the family sitcom after four seasons. Life in Pieces this Thursday night aired its fourth episode out of. Related Articles. Life in Pieces July 6, ; Life In Pieces: Is the CBS TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Five? June 28, ; Life In Pieces: Season Four Viewer Votes June 27, John und Joan Short leben in Los Angeles, unweit von ihren drei verheirateten oder wieder geschiedenen Kindern, die ebenfalls Kinder haben. Der Alltag der Großfamilie beschert allerhand Komisches. So wie das Leben eben spielen kann. Life in Pieces ist eine US-amerikanische Sitcom, welche von Justin Adler für den amerikanischen Fernsehsender CBS produziert wird. Im Mittelpunkt der Serie. Eine schrecklich nette Familie: Das Ehepaar John und Joan Short (James Brolin und Dianne Wiest) und ihre längst verheirateten (oder wieder geschiedenen). Life Is Short“: Auch in der zweiten Staffel des US-Überraschungshits bleibt kein Auge trocken, wenn die Short- (und Hughes-) Familien mit sich und ihrem Leben​.


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