Marry Me

2014 • NBC
4.3
59 reviews
TV-PG
Rating
Eligible
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Season 1 episodes (15)

1 Pilot
10/14/14
Jake and Annie are finally engaged after six years of dating, but her high-strung, larger-than-life personality and Jake's laid-back approach to life will severely test the theory of "opposites attract". They'll soon understand that getting engaged was the easy part.
2 Move Me
10/21/14
Jake moves into Annie's apartment, but Annie feels the stress of sharing her space with someone. Meanwhile, Gil discovers an all-you-can-eat buffet restaurant.
3 Scary Me
10/28/14
Annie and Jake set out to create a haunted house in their apartment for Halloween, but the trick's on them when a super-mom derails their plans. Elsewhere, Dennah hopes to impress at an exclusive party with her skimpy costume, and Gil and Kay spy on Gil's ex-wife.
4 Annicurser-Me
11/4/14
A tornado warning that traps everyone to the basement raises questions about Annie (Casey Wilson) and Jake's (Ken Marino) history of cursed first date anniversary celebrations.
5 Thank Me
11/18/14
Annie sets out to host Thanksgiving dinner, but tangles with Jake's mother, who's always hosted in the past. Elsewhere, Gil discovers he has a hidden skill for fine-cheese tasting.
6 Bruges Me
11/25/14
Jake's (Ken Marino) effort to get to know his future fathers-in-law reignites a longstanding feud between the Kevins (Tim Meadows and Dan Bucatinsky). Annie (Casey Wilson) and Gil (John Gemberling) team up to write a song about Flemish pride.
7 Win Me
1/6/15
Annie competes with her dads over the time and attention of her favorite cousin when they find out he can only attend one of their weddings.
8 Stand By Me
12/9/14
The gang tries to help Gil realize he's too dependent on Jake, but the resultant change in their relationship unbalances the group dynamic. Meanwhile, Kay has conflicting emotions about an old love interest.
9 Test Me
1/6/15
The gang sets out to attend a baby shower, but nobody can remember the host's first name. Elsewhere, Annie and Jake explore their own family planning.
10 Spoil Me
1/13/15
Jake and Annie clash when it appears one of them watched the season finale of their favorite show without the other. Dennah enlists her cop boyfriend (Rob Riggle) and his partner (Natasha Leggero) to administer a polygraph test to determine the culprit.
11 Friend Me
1/27/15
Wedding preparations lead Annie to realize Jake needs more groomsmen, so she sets out to reunite him with his long-lost friends. Meanwhile, Gil lures Dennah into his new diet-shake business venture.
12 F Me
2/3/15
Annie and Jake deface a sign with graffiti at their apartment building, creating a stir and causing a super mom's investigation. Elsewhere, Gil, Dennah and Kay compete for a "plus one" spot on a wedding guest list.
13 Change Me
2/10/15
Jake and Annie recruit Kay to cure them of their annoying habits. Dennah and Gil pursue a hunky fireman.
14 Dead Me
2/17/15
Kay breaks up with her tightly wound girlfriend, who then takes out her frustrations on Jake by wiping out his identity. Elsewhere, Gil tries to land a job at Jake's company, and Annie tangles with her merciless boss.
101 First Look
10/6/14
Take a first look into the hilarious new comedy series on NBC. Marry Me airs Tuesdays 9/8c, starting October 14th.

About this show

Jake and Annie are finally engaged after six years of dating, but her high-strung, larger-than-life personality and Jake's laid-back approach to life will severely test the theory of "opposites attract." They'll soon understand that getting engaged was the easy part.
4.3
59 reviews
Garret Jordan
October 24, 2014
...which is EXACTLY what the whole cliché build up to his "proposal" did. It aggravated the hell out of me with her just blah-blah-blah-ing until she FINALLY turned around and saw the ring. BUT...after that, when friends and family popped out and everything, I was laughing my butt off for the rest of the show. Let's hope I continue to laugh.
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J G
February 10, 2015
I love this show, as well I should since its the same writer from 'Happy Endings" which rocks FUNNY too! Hope it gets picked up for many more seasons!
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Kayla Nordgaard
February 19, 2015
Love Marry Me! Almost as much as I adored Happy Endings. Both filled with hilarious, current, smart humor as apposed to the crude stuff that seems to be so popular these days. Refreshing!
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