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Imaginary Mary 

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A workaholic adult woman's imaginary friend from childhood comes back to her, but ends up being more of a troublemaker than a great companion.
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Ben plans to propose to Mary, but his plan gets complicated after the ring disappears. Later: Alice takes matters into her own hands.


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 Alice (8 episodes, 2017)
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 Ben (8 episodes, 2017)
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A hard working independent woman, Alice, is all grown up, but when faced with a challenge she soon comes across an old childhood friend to help her through her fear of intimacy and children. Only problem is Alice is the only one who can see this blast from the past, imiginary Mary, and Mary doesn't exactly see things eye to eye with Alice.

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Jenna Elfman_'s first Live Action animated project since Looney Tunes Back In Action_(2003). See more »

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Featured in Conan: Jenna Elfman/David Koechner/Ian Abramson (2017) See more »

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What kind of childhood imaginary friend behaves like that?
19 April 2017 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

This is a fairly standard sitcom (other than the animated imaginary friend character). But one thing that drives me crazy is that the basic gimmick doesn't make sense the way the writers have it play out.

The title character is supposed to be her imaginary friend from when she was a child, which has returned. Yet this imaginary friend behaves nothing like a child would behave. It encourages her to have sex, to drink, to party endlessly… Most children are grossed out by the very idea of sex (especially between their parents), hate the taste of alcohol (if they're somehow allowed to sample it), and their idea of partying is to go to Disneyland or a waterpark.

So, if her actual childhood imaginary friend returned, it would most likely urge her to avoid all boys like the plague, and perhaps encourage her to pig-out on sweets rather than booze. This imaginary character is more like the spirit of her college years, when young people indeed do cut loose with the whole sex, drugs and rock 'n roll scene. Had they made this character her college/teen conscience, then it might've made sense, encouraging her to remain a college-age party animal. But making it a childhood friend doesn't work at all.


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