Happily Divorced Season 1-2 DVD Box Set
Language: English Boxed Set: Yes Discs: 0 pcs Release date: 2011 Condition: New Weight: 0 kg Format: Support both NTSC & PAL No. of Season: 1 2 Genre: Comedy
Cast and Crew
Creator: Fran Drescher, Peter Marc Jacobson
Leading Role: Fran Drescher,John Michael Higgins,china Arnold,Valente Rodriguez,Robert Walden,Rita Moreno
Summary of Happily Divorced Season 1-2 DVD Box Set
Fran (Fran Drescher) is mortified when, after 18 years of marriage, her husband Peter (John Michael Higgins) comes out as gay. Fran files for divorce but because their house is worth less than what they owe on it, they continue to live together. After the divorce is final, Fran meets a new guy, Elliott (D. W. Moffett). They go out but Elliott ends up being rushed to the hospital after a severe allergic reaction to truffles. Fran later introduces him to Peter and her parents.
Fran and Elliot are looking forward to a romantic evening while Peter and Judi go out to a bar. The drunken Peter comes home and lays down into his bed, next to the sleeping Fran and Elliot. The next morning is embarrassing and Elliot breaks up as he feels that Fran and her ex-husband are still too attracted to each other. Fran and Peter fight and set up a new arrangement with boundaries, saving the other one's privacy. Later on, they go to Judi's concert in a gay bar. Peter is flirting with a man, but Fran barges in between and ruins the encounter to be quits with Peter.
Fran and Peter, as singles, now must pay more taxes than ever, so they're happy to have a big order of $10,000 for a wedding. But when the young couple arrives at Fran's flower shop, Fran sees that the groom is gay like Peter and warns the wife-to-be. The bride cancels the wedding, hence the honest Fran loses the order. They have to sell Fran's engagement ring. Peter wants to thank her for this sacrifice with a dinner on their anniversary, but Fran doesn't like this idea and Peter gets to know why Fran lost her order and gets angry. They fight, she then plans a date for the evening, but she changes her mind, cancels the date and they go out and celebrate their anniversary.
Fran and Judy find high-school love letters, so Fran begins dating her high-school crush, Richard. Meanwhile, Peter and Richard bond, it turns out Richard is prejudiced, so Fran dumps him. (Note: Fran mentions that she made out with someone in an AMC Gremlin car.)
Fran, not wanting to appear as single at her college reun ion and before her college nemesis Jill (Morgan Fairchild), asks Elliot to be her pretend fiance for a night.
Peter's brother, Matthew, is in town for a visit. Fran forces Peter to come out to his brother. Meanwhile, Matthew confesses to Fran that she was the old flame of his youth and now asks her out. Peter reacts jealously.
Fran becomes worried about her father's mental health. Meanwhile, Glen buys a motorcycle, which frightens Fran. She decides to steal it with Peter in order to save Glen. But neither of them has ever motorcycled.
When the roof at Frantastic Flowers begins to leak, Fran decides to sell Peter's spot in the Family burial plot to pay for it to Marilyn (Renée Taylor) for her alive but very old mother Mrs. Kapelmaster (Ann Guilbert). Dori and Peter are very upset, so Fran tries to buy it back.
When Fran learns that a same-aged friend is already a grandmother, she realizes that she has buried the chapter on kids a long time ago and starts to doubt it. At the same time, Peter wants to serve as a sperm donor for a colleague, much to the indignation of Fran.
Dori gets in contact with her old flame of her youth on Facebook. Dori and Glen argue and Dori moves in with Fran. Fran's attempt to reconcile them backfires, so Fran asks Dori's friend Marilyn (Renée Taylor} for advice.
Fran begins a romance with a commercial fisherman and outdoorsman (John Schneider), but Peter is skeptical of their compatibility. It appears Peter may be right when Fran and her beau take a weekend camping trip.
Everybody's at Fran's and they all gather to watch Judi's commercial. When Fran raises the question of what made Peter come out two years ago, everybody tells their memories, but Fran then realizes some things are better left in the past.
Fran forgets to make Mother's Day brunch reservations, so she spends a day shopping with her mom to make up for it. But on that day they don't get along well, pretty much as Fran and her dog Esther. So she asks an old high school friend, Katy (Rosie O'Donnell), who is a dog psychologist, for advice.
Peter sets up Fran for a date with a psychologist (Dan Aykroyd), which just pushes her back to Elliot. Elliot asks Fran to join him at therapy to work on his commitment issues, but the therapist (who turns out to be Fran's failed date) is more interested in helping Fran figure out why she pursues unavailable men like Elliot.
When it appears that Cesar is having problems with his wife, Teresa (Judy Reyes), Peter advises Fran to stay out of it. But Fran can't stop herself from butting in.
Fran meets an adorable New Yorker named Frankie (Ralph Macchio), who is opening a pizza parlor in LA. Just as Fran and Frankie start to get romantic, Elliot pops back into Fran's life and says he is finally ready to commit.