After being fired from his job, Carter returns to his home only to find that his fiance is having fun with a vibrator.
Off-camera complications, including Spiro's commitment to another show and Newton's pregnancy, delayed production, and the show was eventually retooled as an anthology series, focusing on three short vignettes per episode similar to Love, American Style.
Each story was often intertwined by a common theme or character, and was related to the three main protagonists: Annie (Becki Newton), Judd (Greg Grunberg), and Colleen (Constance Zimmer/Pamela Adlon in the pilot).
Annie's friend, Cassie lies that she is a virgin to attract a guy.
Judd and his friend are on a flight with Jennifer Love Hewitt.
A number of changes eventually prevented the series from going into production as planned.
On June 24, 2010, Jordana Spiro left the series due to her role on My Boys, for which she had a contract that bound her to continue on that program.
Krysten Ritter guest starred in the pilot episode as Cassie, replacing Spiro.
The premise of the show had to change when Becki Newton announced her pregnancy; her character was a virgin.
It was announced on July 2010 that Tracy Poust and Jon Kinnally would serve as showrunners for the series.
After numerous delays, NBC announced that the 9 completed episodes were to premiere on June 2, 2011.
Before 1717, when it ceded territory to the new colony of Louisiana, it stretched as far south as the Illinois Country.