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BentBent  premiered on NBC on March 21, 2012. On the surface, Alex and Pete could not be more different. The recently divorced Alex is a resilient and tough lawyer who now is raising her eight-year-old daughter, Charlie, as a single mom. Unwilling to let anything get in her way, she downsizes into a smaller house, and she hires Pete, a recovering gambling addict and unapologetic womanizer, as the contractor to re-do her kitchen. The remodeling job is Pete's last chance to prove that he is no longer a screw-up - but he doesn't know what's about to hit him when he encounters the force of nature that is Alex - nor does she realize that she's met her match in Pete, a man unafraid to call out her flaws.

 
StatusShow Status    

Canceled/ended after 1 season; ended on 3/21/2012

 
ArticlesShow News    
  • 2012 Interview with Amanda Peet (Actress), David Walton (Actor), and Tad Quill (Executive Producer)
 
Cast    
Character
Actor
Alex
Amanda Peet
Pete
David Walton
Walt
Jeffrey Tambor
Screwsie
Margo Harshman
Charlie
Joey King
 
Episodes    
Season 1 (2011-2012)
(6 Episodes In Season 1)
  1. Pilot (Original Air Date 3/21/2012)
  2. Smitten (Original Air Date 3/21/2012)
  3. HD (Original Air Date 3/21/2012)
  4. A-Game (Original Air Date 3/21/2012)
  5. Mom (Original Air Date 3/21/2012)
  6. Tile Date (Original Air Date 3/21/2012)
 
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