Six years ago, Annie and Jake bonded over their mutual love of nachos and they've been inseparable ever since. Now, after returning from a romantic two-week island vacation, Jake’s all set to pop the question. Before he can ask, though, Annie lets loose on Jake for his inability to commit. She was expecting him to “put a ring on it” in paradise and now Jake’s perfect proposal is ruined. Not wanting to spend the next 60 years talking about that mess of a proposal, Jake and Annie decide to hold off on the engagement until they can do it right. Yet if history tells us anything, it’s when we really want things to go right that they all tend to go wrong. The only thing we know for sure is these two are destined to be together whether they can get it together or not.
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Jake reunites with long lost friends while Gil ropes Dennah into his latest business venture.
The episode was rated 6.73 from 52 votes.
As the gang gathers to celebrate Annie and Jake’s sixth anniversary of their first date, their plans are disrupted by an epic storm and everyone retreats to the basement for shelter. Gil wows the group with his take-charge attitude, while Annie, Kay and Dennah become completely obsessed with finding out what Jake appears to be hiding in his desk.
The episode was rated 6.75 from 32 votes.
Jake asks Kay for help adjusting some of Annie's annoying habits, and in return he helps Kay plan a Valentine's Day celebration for her new girlfriend; Gil and Dennah fall for some firefighters and try to track them down.
The episode was rated 6.75 from 57 votes.
After a rousing night out, Annie and Jake deface a sign at their building and find themselves embroiled in a hate-crime investigation in their building. Meanwhile, Gil, Dennah and Kay compete for the one remaining “plus one” spot on the wedding guest list.
The episode was rated 6.86 from 50 votes.
The gang prepares to attend a baby shower party together and Annie and Jake consider their own family planning.
The episode was rated 6.90 from 52 votes.
Gil tries to salvage Jake's bachelor party when the arrangements go awry. Annie discovers Jake's mum has been flirting with a guy online so she tries to engineer a face-to-face meeting between them.
The episode was rated 6.91 from 56 votes.
Upset after Kay breaks up with her, Brianna takes out her frustrations by wiping out Jake's identity; Gil jumps on a job opportunity at Jake's company.
The episode was rated 6.98 from 58 votes.
A relative can attend only one wedding--either Annie's or that of her two recently engaged fathers; Gil bonds with 6th graders over laser tag and basketball.
The episode was rated 7.00 from 37 votes.
Civil war erupts when it appears that either Annie or Jake watched the season finale of their favorite program 'The Moors' without the other person - Police Officer Gary Bric performs a polygraph test to determine the true culprit.
The episode was rated 7.00 from 53 votes.
Annie hears that her ex-boyfriend Lee is in a coma and realises he will never find out she's engaged to somebody else. Kay sends heartfelt final messages to the gang when turbulence hits her flight.
The episode was rated 7.07 from 30 votes.
Last updated: feb 08, 2022
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