Creator/{{NBC}} SitCom which aired from 2011 to 2013. Whitney Cummings [[TheDanza plays a character named Whitney Cummings]] (Whitney also created and helps executive produce the series, thus giving her [[TwoBrokeGirls two shows that launched in 2011-12]]). Her boyfriend Alex (Chris D'Elia) is her StraightMan. Their other friends are TheCutie Lily (Zoe Lister-Jones), her sensitive/suave boyfriend Neal (''Series/ThirtyRock''[='s=] Maulik Pancholy), slutty HardDrinkingPartyGirl Roxanne (Rhea Seehorn), and CasanovaWannabe Mark (Dan O'Brien). Most of the characters have specific jobs, but this is the sort of show where it doesn't matter what they are.
----
!! This show provides examples of:

* BetaCouple: Lily and Neal.
* BiTheWay: Neal comes out near the end of season 1. The cast initially invokes NoBisexuals since they assume he must be gay after seeing him on a date with a guy.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: "''Whitney'' is taped in front of a live StudioAudience -- you heard me."
* BrokenBird: Whitney's backstory, essentially.
* CaughtWithYourPantsDown: Alex is caught in the act by Whitney, who later rants about it to their friends. This causes [[IncrediblyLamePun a certain amount of friction]] between the couple.
* ChristmasEpisode
* ClosetKey: Neal realizes he's bisexual after he breaks up with Lily and meets a cute guy at work.
* TheDanza
* DeadpanSnarker: Whitney is the queen of this, and Alex comes in at a close second.
* DrowningMySorrows: Roxanne's FreudianExcuse[=/=]BackStory is that her husband cheated on her and they are now divorced.
* EngineeredPublicConfession: Whitney wants to prove Alex uses a condescending tone when he argues with her, so she gets Mark to set up a security camera in their apartment and tries to provoke Alex into using his condescending tone.
* {{Fingore}}: Alex tosses Whitney into bed, and she accidentally bounces off and hits the ground hard. They think she's okay...until they and the audience sees her ring finger ''bent sideways''.
* FriendsRentControl: {{Lampshaded}} in the aforementioned episode with the camera in Whitney's apartment. As her friends watch on a monitor:
-->'''Lily''': I'm loving this show already. So real.\\
'''Neal''': I'm not buying it. There's no way those two people could afford that apartment.
* HardDrinkingPartyGirl[=/=]ReallyGetsAround: Put these tropes together to get Roxanne's entire personality.
* IdleRich: Alex, sort of. He's very idle but that doesn't mean he isn't working. Also, he's got money but he's not as wealthy as Whitney initially thought.
* ImagineTheAudienceNaked: When Alex is going to be guest speaker at a university, Whitney tells him to do this. Then, realising the audience will be filled with attractive coeds, she adds "Except the women". She tells him to imagine them looking disappointed.
* LocalHangout: Low Bar
* MarsAndVenusGenderContrast
* NiceGuy: Alex.
* OneHourWorkWeek: For a beat cop, Mark seems to have a lot of free time. Ends up buying their bar hangout at the end of the first season which helps avert this. Alex both averts this/plays this straight - he's a vague web entrepreneur so he's, in his words, 'always working' (thinking).
* TheOtherMarty: The pilot was originally filmed with Beverly D'Angelo playing Whitney's mother. Before it aired, she got replaced by Jane Kaczmarek.
* ShesGotLegs: Whitney. Don't deny it.
* SitComic
* SlapSlapKiss: Mark tris to invoke this with Roxanne, because that's the kind of thing that happens in movies. It doesn't work.
* TheWindyCity
* WomenAreWiser: Inverted. Alex is, for the most part, Whitney's StraightMan.
* ZanyScheme: Whitney often comes up with these. Alex is GenreSavvy enough to come up with {{Counter Zany}}s when they're targeted at him.
----