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Marriage Not Dating is light, airy, and funny while also delivering a nice healthy dose of heart and depth. Jang-mi pounds on a locked door, as Ki-tae lies on the floor, pale and unconscious. She finally bursts through the door to find him unresponsive, as a knife falls to the floor. Mom just wearily sighs, not believing him. Hoon-dong texts Jang-mi repeatedly, getting no response, and perks up when he sees her riding up to his restaurant. He plays it cool, but frowns when she only asks after Yeo-reum.

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Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube. WEtv subscribers can also watch full episodes on our mobile app, available for iOS and Android phones and tablets. Click here to find your WEtv station number. Could this be the end for Scott and Lizzie? Season 2, Episode Full Episode 71 days left. A visit from Megan leads Michael to a shocking violation. Scott fears telling Lizzie he's broke. Clint loses it when his trip to see Tracie in jail takes a turn for the worse. Full Episode 72 days left.

Megan's last-minute visit shakes Michael when his mom objects. Scott's big surprise for Lizzie. Clint's shocking phone call from Tracie. Brittany suggests a threesome with her ex. Clint seeks legal advice when his missing wife is locked up. Jazmyne gives Lizzie a shocking ultimatum. Matt shows up late to Caitlin's apartment hunt. Megan expects proposal from Michael while his wife expects him home. Matt's temper flares at job interview.

Brittany reveals secret to Marcelino. Clint reveals shocking details about the night Tracie went on the run. Season 2, Episode 8. Brittany brings her ex wedding dress shopping. Matt's drinking worries Caitlin. Clint breaks down over missing Tracie!

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Michael ring shops with his wife but plans a secret trip with girlfriend. Clint marries bride Tracie but he awakens to a nightmare. Matt shocks Caitlin on their first date when his rebellious move goes too far. Marcelino fears being a stepdad. Brittany has a secret rendezvous with her ex-girlfriend. Michael's "secret mission" means romancing both Megan and Sarah. Clint waits at the altar alone. Will Tracie show up?

Matt meets Caitlin's mom but Caitlin loses it and storms off. Lizzie gives Scott a makeover but her daughter wants him out. Clint proposes the same day he meets Tracie.

Marcelino meets Brittany's "bunkie". At Tracie's release, Clint fears she's catfishing him. Brittany walks out on her first date with Marcelino. Sarah picks up Michael from prison but he's keeping a scandalous secret.

When Scott fears he's Lizzie's "trick", he has a major meltdown that leads to their first fight. At Matt's release, Caitlin "inspects" her man. Two women plan to meet the same inmate-will the wife or the girlfriend pick up Michael at prison? Caitlin's shocked when she's stopped by cops at Matt's release.

Clint plans to marry a prisoner he's never met. Caitlin keeps a mother of a secret from Matt. Tensions flare when Scott meets his soon-to-be stepdaughter. Virgin Megan is secretly engaged to an inmate who's keeping a big secret of his own. Love After Lockup Our Story: Single dad Scott falls hard for bombshell convict and self-proclaimed hustler, Lizzie. Scott gets devastating news at her release.

Angela fears the worst on Tony's release day. Is their love for real or just a con? Full Episode 57 days left. Ex-gang member Lamar meets fiance Andrea's Mormon kids, but they fear for her safety.

At his family reunion jealousy ignites, leading to a wedding day culture clash and Andrea's bridal meltdown. Mary's reunion with Dom at his prison release takes a turn when she finds him cold and distant. Dom's parole impacts Mary's wedding plans, creating an epic rift in their race to the altar. Full Episode 58 days left. James keeps ex-con Alla a secret from his family. Alla fears she may be pregnant. His friend fears her addiction habit might return and wreak havoc, leading to a shocking relapse.

Alla finally faces James after rehab. Johnna plans for a wedding after Garrett's prison release, despite her dad's doubts. Sexy reunion leads to a proposal, but a guys' night causes a major blowup. At their elopement, Johnna shocks Garrett at the altar. In their race to the altar, Johnna shocks Garrett. Andrea's huge sacrifice brings on a major wedding day meltdown. Alla faces James after rehab; James confronts reality. Mary and Dom take the plunge. Ex-gangbanger Lamar meets fiancee Andrea's Mormon kids and they fear for her safety.

Johnna's dad doubts Garrett's proposal. James races to confront Alla and is shocked by what he finds. Garrett has a birthday surprise for Johnna. Shocking news from Lizzie's lawyer leaves Scott in shambles. Wedding tux shopping divides Mary and Dom. Johnna confronts Garrett after he stays out all night. Lamar's family reunion turns left when a surprise guest ignites Andrea's jealousy; Lamar and Andrea face off.

Lizzie's release is met with devastating news. After weeks of no ring, Garrett makes an expensive purchase that upsets Johnna. Lamar gets a taste of Andrea's jealousy hours after his release. Garrett's guys' night spoils sexy reunion; Johnna's betrayed when she sees his true colors.

James rushes to Alla after her release. Andrea breaks down with second thoughts. Johnna plans wedding after Garrett's prison release, despite her dad's doubts. Andrea has a meltdown at her Mormon bridal shower! James' friend fears Alla's addiction past. Scott falls for hustler, Lizzie. Love After Lockup Sneak Peek: Season 2, Episode 13 Sneak Peeks. These couples have us on the edge of our seats!

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Clint's mom becomes emotional about the state of Clint and Tracie's relationship, while Lizzie and Scott have their first major argument! Meanwhile, Sarah finally finds out about Megan and confronts her head on! Season 2, Episode 12 Clips. After spending a perfect day with Marcelino and her son, Giovanni, Brittany has some exciting news to tell Marcelino! How will Marcelino react?

Clint and his cousin take a road trip to go see Tracie, who is still locked up! Right as he arrives, he finds out he won't be able to visit her. Will he ever get to see his goddess? During Michael's visit with Megan, he has to meet with his parole officer, which results in the officer claiming he has a major parole violation!

Will Michael be put back behind bars? While Lizzie is hanging out with her friend from prison, she uses the opportunity to talk about her relationship with Scott! Can Lizzie change her friend's mind? Michael talks to his mom about his relationships with Megan and Sarah and his time being locked up. Will Micheal's mom convince him to make a choice or will he continue to be with both of them?

Season 2, Episode 12 Sneak Peeks.

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These couples are going to have to face their demons and deal with their problems head-on! Lizzie gets in her first major fight with her daughter, and Brittany has to make a big announcement to Marcelino! Clint still has not seen Tracie, and the final showdown between Megan and Sarah begins! Season 2, Episode 11 Clips. Marcelino gets in an argument with Amanda's new girlfriend sending Brittany overboard!

Will Brittany be able to calm down or will this barbeque take a turn for the worst? Where do you guys watch this. I tried Viki a few days ago but it wasn't available in my area I live in the States. Didn't see it on Dramafever either. It's on Viki and they do have it available in the US, so I'm not sure why it's giving you trouble. I also highly recommend kdrama.

They have excellent video quality and very accurate subtitles. Viki occasionally tells me that a video isn't available in my area too, but after a refresh or two, it works i live in the US as well. As far as actual subtitles go, more is always better so I toggle between the two subs viki and kdrama.

Viki definitely has some lines that are incorrectly translated though - some just don't make sense in the context of the show when the corresponding kdrama. I really love this drama. I was telling one of my friends about it today and explaining the crossed love lines etc is entertaining in of itself. She told me that she had this huge grin on her face just from reading my plot and character synopsis. I adore this drama and I am soooooo thankful for the recap. I like Fated to Love You, but I am enjoying this one a little more.

I have actutally rewatched some of the episodes already because I love the attraction and tension between our two leads. I think your recap is right on - this drama is also flushing out the other characters and they are colored in various hues of gray - not black and white Restaurant Guy - total rich jerk, but he realize his mistake and I believe is truly repentance; Girlfriend at Work - good sounding board coworker, but she is clearly after Restaurant Guy; Ex-Girlfriend Rich Doctor - has not moved on and will do whatever it takes to protect and keep her man in his home all alone.

Plus I am curious why Ki-tae abandon his family Why does Grandmom feels it is her fault? Ki-tae's Mom is so proper and polite, so why would she even accept a marriage sham?

Why is the aunt single I'm just curious because usually in K-drama they do not have a single older female hanging out while they are trying to marry off a younger family member I am just wondering? What is Yeo-reum's story???? He is tall, handsome, great smile, nice body, good dancer, budding chief, body made for jeans or a tux, but really Why is he in this drama I really love this drama, and episode were my favorite so far because it shows how much Ki Tae leads a lonely life and he's not happy about it even if he doesn't admit yet.

I also love that Jang Mi drinks at every episode lol, seriously every time she ends up with soju or any other drink XD. Can u guys be more right.. He is the least expressive person in the show.. He is like a kid that only wants to go after jang mi since it's seems everyone else is out to get her.. His only goal to me is to make gi tei jealous and realize his own feelings her jang mi..

Yeo-Reum is just a chilled - laid back character. I really like that about him. He is watching all this chaos around Jang-Mi and trying to figure out how to catch her attention without looking dumb or interferring.

The character that irritates me is Hoon-Dong. He charges Jang-Mi with stalking and now he wants her back. Its almost as if he is the "damsel in distress". One of my favorite moments in this show so far because the urgency in his hug reveals the vulnerability that he has hidden deep down, and I'm so happy it is Jang-mi who brings it out.

This show is one of my favorites in a while. I think you have great insight into both the main characters. They are living pseudo-fantasies, but now that they are interfering with each other's, it's jerking them back to reality. I love this setup, I love this couple. I definitely hope for Ki-tae's mom to turn into a character I love I already sort of do and not go the typical mother-in-law route we're used to seeing in dramaland.

I want her and Jang-mi to be best friends at the end of this show. As for Yeo-reum and Se-ah, they can both go away with their money and business deals and leave my precious OTP alone. The manga-ish reactions and the sound effects and comedic-timings are so on point it's almost unbelievable.

The reactions are adorably over the top that it presents EXACTLY how anyone would feel in that situation who hasn't ever thought of breaking out into a full-blown acrobatic dance after a long day of work? Yet, who has actually done that? I appreciate Girlfriday and LollyPip's recaps but this is a show where recaps just don't do it justice. You must watch it to get it. At least, in my opinion. Agree - sometimes the facial expressions etc are as much a part of the scenes as the dialogue.

I think this is only like the 2nd drama out of hundreds that I have gone back and rewatched almost the entire show. Ki Tae goes shirtless really pretty often in this drama!! He's never been this hawt for me! And I love Han Groo and all her eye rolling! I googled her and was very impressed by her academic and dance achievements! I don't know what Yeon Woo-jin is doing differently, but it is working because I have never even been attracted to him before and now I'm completely smitten Yeon Woo Jin always played the antagonist second leads before.

So happy to see him get an adorable role here. Both men are flower boy pretty, but neither has chocolate abs. I can't wait to see Song Joong Ki's post-Army abs!!!

True, but before that he had a little noona-romance in the weekend series Ojakkyo Brothers and I really liked him there.

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I thought he was really endearing as the playboy that fell head over heals for an older woman, but I still wasn't personally attracted to him. That's why I'm so surprised with him here: Super happy to see you also recapping this show, LollyPip.

Your comments are always insightful and it's clear that you're really enjoying the show, although it helps that the show is actually good so far, ha. I laughed so, SO hard at episode 4.

I loved JangMi's victory dance, beating KiTae with a fish and the dramatic way they showed her cooking, haha. Also KiTae crashing the date - so funny how jealous he is already and how much he behaves like his family, although he doesn't even realize it.

This show can be so silly and odd at times which I love but it also has a lot of heart. I completely agree that the leads are on opposite ends of the same coin and I love the idea that they can help each other find balance in their lives.

Also I love their banter and how honest they are with each other. This is my first time really rooting for a couple just because of how much potential there is for them to enrich each other's lives.

If they were open to it, they could really help to bring out good in the other and it's a real testament to the crafting of the characters and how well they're played that this is already clear so early on.

For now, I'm happy that they're starting out just being concerned about each other. Despite his prickliness, KiTae seems to genuinely care about JangMi and he clearly feels badly for her when she gets dumped on which happens a lot.

He could certainly use more tact but I think he really wants JangMi to make better decisions for herself. And on the flip side, JangMi starts caring about people so quickly - she worries about KiTae, about his mother and his grandmother. She has a really big heart and she tries so hard to reach out and connect with people even if they've hurt her and let her down.

She's definitely flawed but there's a lot of good in her personality too. I'm really looking forward to learning more about these characters and their motivations, especially for the side characters like YeoReum and HyunHee.

Except for HoonDong and his mother, the characters all seem to have a lot of depths left to plumb. The actor who's playing the male lead is hilarious. His comedic timing is priceless and you can just see how much effort he's putting into being just so cool all the time.

I keep having flashbacks to Killer Girl K with Jang mi. It's such a different character for the actress and everytime she starts beating on someone, I half expect her to snap their neck or pull out a sniper rifle and snicker to myself.

I do wish she'd dial down the histrionics at times, especially the desperate clingy 'he likes me, he likes me not' thing she has going on with WannaBeChef boy who until this week, I kept waiting for him to play the secret chaebol card because he's so insolent around his boss.

What really intrigues me is the dichotomy between the two sets of parents and the damage they've clearly done to the leads. What you have, in all honesty, is two couples who would have divorced a long long time ago if they were in the U.

And they've both held their marriages together for the sake of their children and the scandal it would cause otherwise.

And how it's stitched together is frayed in different ways that create a lot of ongoing issues for their families and offspring. Maybe it's the multiple divorces in my family, but the similar but different approach to these two failed marriages and their impact on the next generation fascinates me. I am really starting to like Han Groo. I find her very sexy with that "I am doing something naughty" smile of hers and healthy figure.

She also seem to feel right at home doing a comedic role. TvN sure knows who to cast for their rom-com heroines. I really like the characters and the story of the show. If I had to pick one thing I don't like about the show then it would be Yeo-Reum. He just seems like your cut and paste flower boy character plus he's being played by Jinwoon who I kinda lump with Taecyon as far as acting ability goes.

He doesn't have to smile on every scene. Please please give less screen time to yeo rim.. He is either at the restaurant serving food or in the kitchen making food everytime I'm he is with jang mi..

This guy couldn't be any cheaper.. I get that jang mi is keeping her ongoing relationship with him since she figures nothing will ever happen with gi tai but yeo scenes are so boring.. I actually think Yeo-Reum's weird smiling is exactly that, weird. I completely agree with you, I just couldn't quite put it into words so I didn't write anything. But, yes I totally think that the actor's smiling all the time actually suits what this character is supposed to be.

He's certainly very mysterious, and always seems to flicker between seeming genuine and fake. Han Groo is a total badass as well! Have you seen her in Girl K? Reminds me a bit of Ha Ji Won in that she throws herself into different roles and has this healthy, easy beauty about her but also has a fierce side. I have been thinking this ".. I can already see some movement in that direction, they are like sharks circling each other that have not decided to be partners or eat each other.

This is one of the very few dramas I have seen where the MIL actually had any depth beyond just being an evil bitch, and most other characters also have far more depth than in most dramas - it is not just a 2-person OTP show with a random 3rd wheel tossed in for the shipping wars effect. I don't understand why Ki-tea family is being quiet about dad's affair, it seems like dad is the only one who thinks that no one know about the affair.

I think it is a case of nobody wants to confront it, and nobody wants to cause a scandal that might affect his promotion. I think this show aside from being funny as hell, is also showing that ignoring bad things does not equal being happy. I don't see a lot of happy people in that family.

It pretty much is a marriage of convenience for the pair. I mean, she would prolly lose a lot of face if she admits publicly that her husband's a dirty cheater. She puts up with it, even though she doesn't like it, to protect the family name. She never really liked him that way? Is Mom a robot person? Honestly, I first decided to watch this drama because of Yeon Woo-jin. And of course, Jinwoon is always adorable. But good god, Han Groo is such a revelation. This is the first time I've seen her in anything and I'm in love.

Then you have to see her in Killer K Girl. She did her own stunts! It's very gory so maybe you can just see the trailer? I just want to say I freakin' love that drama. Like really really really. It's just so freakin' good.

The characters, acting, storyline, directing, music This rom-com is pulling out all the stops which is why it's so great! There are so much crazies that Ki Tae and Jang Mi have and with continue to put themselves in. It's like a roller coaster ride and I'm definitely happy to be on it.

Ki Tae is a goner. He's fallen hook, line and sinker. All it takes is for him to admit it. I just want Jang Mi to realize it soon. Forget about Yeo Reum. He's not the one. I love love love the director and the actors of this drama-not only is the acting amazing along with the comedic timing , the effects and little musical cues are some of the best I've seen in a drama.

Can we talk about the wonderfully awesome sound effects? Seriously that cat yowl when she was messing with Nemo the first time almost had me rolling on the floor. I'm so glad I gave this drama a chance. But now I'm all caught up!

The waiting game is never fun. It's got all the makings of a great drama at least for me with the family conflict, witty banter and romance. Can't wait to see and read more about it!

Loving this drama, but seriously, couldn't Ki Tae figure out to remove the hinge-pins from the bathroom door to take the door off rather than be trapped for two days?! What about throwing something out the window to gain attention?

I mean he would have been so hungry, he would have eaten the soap. After a long, long drama dry spell, this show gives me LIFE.

It is hilarious, sweet, surprisingly realistic in its depiction of relationships, mature, zippy, fun, and the OTP is just perfect. I love that their relationship is not treated as this precious, immutable thing, but rather a pairing that pushes each person to grow in ways they didn't expect or want, but needed. It's not a story of a woman fixing a tortured man, or a man rescuing a helpless girl, but a situation in which two people heal each other and learn about genuine companionship in the process.

I love it so much. Haha I've been starved for good rom-coms and now I'm gorging on them. Haha, I'm right there with you. I had almost forgotten what a crack drama looked like, and now it seems like I've lost every semblance of self-control I thought I had. All of my defenses against drama obsessions are rusty since I haven't had to use them for so long. OMG, have they added some sort of "artistic genius" powder to the water over there? What is going on?

And where can I get some? She really does, doesn't she? It's a testament to Han Groo's acting skills that Jang Mi never comes across as pathetic or bumbling.

I think it helps that Jang Mi follows her moral compass into embarrassing situations, eyes wide open at the potential fallout. She stirs up trouble wherever she goes because she doesn't privilege being comfortable over speaking her mind. I love that KT understands this about her. Having summed her up accurately, he has been counting on her to embarrass herself for him.

He understands that she can't stop caring, that she cannot hide her true feelings. If something ticks her off, she retaliates. If she loves something, she hangs on for dear life. What he doesn't realize is how much he admires her for that, and how much he nomu nomu nomu nomu wants to be able to do that himself. At the memorial, when she started doing the shots, and gathering steam, he anticipated her blow up with glee. And when she started in on Dad, instead of looking worried, he was interested in how this all was going to fall out.

Like a dog who hears a novel sound and tilts his head a little. It scared him, but he didn't try to stop her. Mom took her out before Dad answered. I think little kid KT wanted to hear what Bad Dad had to say to weasel out of her heated spot light. When KT admits that the way she lives is better than his shut down and shut off existence, he will understand how valuable she is as a person.

I cant stop laughing at the piggyback scene. Surely she had a lot of energy. Thanks so much for recapping this Lollypip and girlfriday! Really loving this show so far and having dramabeans recaps always enhances my drama-watching experience because often one of you re-cappers will catch something I didn't or be able to explain something that slipped through the cultural gap for me.

Can't wait for more. You are almost caught up! Thanks for the fab recap and your thoughts and time. TvN is amazingly talented for recognizing such shows Who is the author, gosh her sense of humour is amazing. A spl thanks to Jang mi and ki tae for fab delivery of acting. After doctor drama, i just recognize how imp is the author so my big thnaks to you. She was part of the Ha, Ha, Ha family. Thank you so much, Lollipips, for team tagging this with GirldFriday. I checked this drama out cause marriage of convenience is a beloved trope for me plus I really like Han Groo from watching her in "A Warm Words".

By the time I got to ep. It's by far the best kdrama on. The dried fish beating was one of the best kdrama beatdowns ever. And the main secret how to enjoy it - is not take it too serious, because otherwise some things are really ridiculous. Like Gi Tae's mom coming to her work place and asking her to give her some time.

The girl is working, has a supervisor and obligations! Would that momhave done the same if Jang Mi have been for example a pilot or a surgeon?

Work ethic is still the same.. I think I'm dropping this drama. It has so much potential in the first 2 episodes. I find that I can't root for our heroin much. I don't understand who she really like for the record, I've watched till episode 6 and she doesn't have much layers to her character. I don't know if it's her acting, or the script, but she's so over the top with the funny scenes so I don't find it that funny anymore.

I don't get how the guys fell in love with her? She's kind, yes, and put herself first before others but I thought that scene was funny though. I thought it was funny he identified it as Nemo later on when he was drunk and Jang Mi carried him home, it's like subconsciously he let her affect his opinion on something and change him without him realizing it.

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  1. Dijind

    Instead of criticising advise the problem decision.

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