The lives and loves of three close friends - Pete, a neurotic architecture student, Berg, the laid-back pre-med, and Sharon, a tough girl with a soft center. Pete and Berg are roommates and students at a local Boston university, while Sharon struggles with her work and relationships. Written by
A significant amount of secondary characters introduced in season one disappear by season two including Melissa (Pete's girlfriend), Bill (the owner of Beacon Street Pizza), and Mr. Bauer (the eccentric regular at the pizza place). Eventually, by season three, the premise of the pizza place was completely abandoned and the show became, simply titled, "Two Guys and a Girl". See more »
What does he tell you about me?
Like what, everything?
Like the first time he saw you, he said he actually felt his heart stop.
And you... do a phenomenal Linda Ronstadt imitation.
And he hates sushi... but goes with you all the time because he knows you love it.
Why didn't he say anything?
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This was one of the funniest sit-coms ever, and it's a shame that it had low ratings. Both the writing and acting were top rate. I usually hate TV sit coms. The actors tend to over do it, and most stories are trite, ie, been there, done that. But Two Guys, A Girl and a Pizza Place was always innovatively funny, and, I think, very genuine for the age group it was portraying. This show is much better than 'Friends' because TGAGPP was so over the top, but it still had this sweetness to it. It's difficult to explain unless you've seen it. The key to its success are the three main characters, especially Berg and Pete, who were so wacky, but not overdone. But even Johnny, Sharon's boyfriend was a great element in the whole mix. And all the actors were perfect. I truly miss this show. I highly recommend it.
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