The Marriage Ref
Jul 03, 2011 10:00 PMTV Network - NBC
"The Marriage Ref" offers a couple of distinctive elements which could either prove fun or trouble for your own relationship. First off you have the celebrity guests who are always liable to say insane things, and this week we have Tracy Morgan, who has proven himself quite good at stating relatively inflammatory points of view (and we have our fingers crossed that he'll do so again here tonight). There are also the actual arguments between the husbands and the wives which could certainly prove trouble in your house if you find yourself on one side and your spouse is on the other. We recommend ignoring the arguments and focusing exclusively on Tracy's potential crazy.
Jun 26, 2011TV Network - NBC
"The Marriage Ref" was originally scheduled to begin its second season back in March, but due to schedule shifts it is beginning tonight which means that we will have new episodes airing for weeks to come over the course of the summer. That means that there is going to be a whole lot of marriage strife on television this summer, and that is something we greatly look forward to (because maybe if the strife is on TV it won't be in our home outside of the TV). There will also be a whole lot of celebrity judges (and we'd bet more than one appearance by Jerry Seinfeld).
May 20, 2010TV Network - NBC
I think we've all learned a lot this season on "The Marriage Ref," however, to quote a now momentarily famous lady, 'I really... I really... I really... I really... I... I can't... I can't... I can't... I can't... I cannot. I cannot. Cannot.' tell you exactly what it was that we learned. Certainly that stripper poles in the bedroom have to be a mutual decision and that men are allowed to groom as much as they want, but those seem unlikely to be the intended takeaway lessons. Perhaps it's that celebrities can solve all our problems, that certainly feels more probable.
Mar 04, 2010TV Network - NBC
It has been talked about for months and months, but tonight the Jerry Seinfeld-produced, Tom Papa-starring reality show finally begins. Every week the show will feature at least one married couple who has an internal disagreement. Papa, as the titular ref, will have to make the call about who is in the wrong and who is in the right. He's going to have a rotating panel of "experts" around to help him make the call. So sit back with a spouse (or anyone else), watch, and create your own personal disagreement when Papa renders his verdict.