The Exes is an American comedy television series starring Kristen Johnston, Donald Faison, Wayne Knight, David Alan Basche, and Kelly Stables. Divorce attorney Holly (Kristen Johnston) introduces her client, Stuart (David Alan Basche), to his new roommates: two other divorced men who share an apartment that Holly owns. At first Phil (Donald Faison) and Haskell (Wayne Knight) have reservations about Stuart moving in, but Holly is right across the hall to help when things start to go downhill.
This series has the examples of:
Anything That Moves: Phil and Eden really get around. finally to each other toward the end of season 3
Friends Rent Control: Averted in Holly's case, but played-with with the guys. Holly is a well-off partner in a legal firm and owns her apartment. She also owns the guys' apartment since she bought it before her engagement fell apart. She rents it to them and seems to be pretty flexible on the rent, even forgiving two months late rent if Phil will agree to go to a dinner in her stead. Phil and Stuart are both shown to have fairly lucrative jobs (agent/dentist, respectively) but are paying hefty amounts in alimony. The show never seems to explain exactly what Haskell does (he used to be a pro bowler), but it's obvious he now makes his money on the internet. If not for the alimony they're all paying, at least Stuart and Phil would be able to afford the apartment, maybe even Haskell if he still has some money stashed away.
Friends with Benefits: Phil tries to arrange this with Eden after she decides the two should go back to being friends.
Haskell: Indeed, and yes, that is the Space Shuttle in the background.
Raging Stiffie: To calm himself down before speaking at a funeral, Phil takes what he thought were Stuart's valium. The "V" actually stood for Viagra, but he didn't find out until he was already AT said funeral.