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About Common Law
Common Law is about two of LAPD’s finest Robbery-Homicide detectives who are polar opposites and after 7 years can’t stand each other. Wes Mitchell (Warren Kole) is a former lawyer whose sensitivity to an event in his life sparked his desire to become a cop and who sacrificed his marriage to do so. He sees things in black and white, is responsible, compulsively organized, methodical and often over thinks decisions. His partner, Travis Marks (Michael Ealy) is a former juvenile delinquent and maverick ladies man who was has a fear of abandonment, commitment and intimacy. While he's an open book and deeply trusts his gut instincts, he's carefree, irresponsible, disorganized and doesn't play by the rules. Since their constant bickering is interfering with their work, their Captain (Jack McGee), who found counseling changed his life, sends them to couples' therapy. Dr. Ryan (Sonya Walger), a tough-as-nails therapist, tries to help them understand and resolve their conflicts and confront their demons in order to enhance their ability to work together solving crimes. (USA Network)
The best way I've thought of to describe the show in a pinch is: It's like "The Odd Couple" but with guns.
Common Law is currently airing its Freshman season to rave reviews Fridays at 10PM on USA Network.