#5.09 – “Too Much Ain’t Enough” Episode Stills
#5.07 – “Time to Move On” Screen Caps
Season 5 Music Page Updated
I’ve updated the season 5 music page here with episode #5.06!
#5.06 – “Learning to Fly” Screen Caps
#5.05 – “Hard On Me” Screen Caps
Season 5 Music Page Updated!
I’ve updated the Season 5 music page here including tunes from last night’s brand new episode! Enjoy!
#5.08 – “Mystery of Love” Episode Stills
#5.08 – “Mystery of Love” Episode Summary
#5.08 – “Mystery of Love” – After Travis and Laurie have Jules and Grayson over for a sophisticated brunch, Jules attempts to prove that she and Grayson are the better couple. Andy plans a beach day for Stan so he will be considered a fun dad. Meanwhile, Tom helps Ellie finish a teen novel she started writing years ago.
Valentine’s Day POPSessions: ‘Cougar Town’ Stars Busy Philipps and Dan Byrd Love the ’90s
In the fifth season of “Cougar Town,” Laurie (Busy Philipps) and Travis (Dan Byrd) have become the couple who are so good we want them to get married. We conveyed our feelings to Philipps, and she’s on board. “Do you know what I like about how they handle their relationship?” she mused. “It’s indicative of all the relationships that I like in my favorite TV shows, when Ross and Rachel were together, or Jim and Pam on ‘The Office.’ You just see them existing in the world together as a couple and that feels to me more like how the real world is.”
POPSessions starts now. (Dan Byrd joins soon.) The theme is Valentine’s Day — even if it will seem like a round of “Friends” trivia.
1. What’s your favorite movie to watch on a lonely Valentine’s Day?
Philipps: Is it weird if I say my husband’s movie “Never Been Kissed”? It’s amazing, and it will probably be on TV on Valentine’s Day so you can watch it!
2. Who was your first screen crush when you were a little kid?
Philipps: Leonardo DiCaprio in “Growing Pains.”
3. What’s the most romantic moment in movie history?
Philipps: The end of “Casablanca.”
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Courteney Cox Talks “Cougar Town” Season 5
COUGAR TOWN– a half-hour comedy that isnot about older women interested in younger men, despite its title – is now on TBS, Tuesdays at 10 PM, where its in its fifth season. The series, created by Kevin Biegel and Bill Lawrence, began life on ABC, where it spent three seasons, was canceled and then was picked up by TBS for a fourth season in 2013.
Courteney Cox, who stars as wine-loving Florida realtor Jules Cobb and is one of the show’s executive producers, tells the Television Critics Association her feelings when COUGAR TOWN moved networks. “It’s just been a great feeling and so happy. It feels like we’re a brand-new show that hasn’t changed. It feels like we’re out there and I feel like it just started and yet we’ve been doing it and we feel so comfortable. They sent us to Napa to do a press junket. I mean, really? It was the nicest thing.”
In a brief one-on-one conversation with Cox, she elaborates on where Jules is heading now that the character is married – and her grown son is having an affair with her best friend.
AX: Do you think Jules has improved or devolved as a mother?
COURTENEY COX: She definitely always learns from her son, because he’s such an old soul. She loves him and that’s the most important thing – she’s doing the best she can, but I think she definitely takes her lessons and applies them.