Two Doors Down
Kevin Stone and Jennifer Pierce are two divorced parents, who compete, in their own starkly different styles, for the love of their shared child, Daniel. When Kevin moves into Jennifer’s trendy liberal neighborhood in Columbus, Ohio, their differing ideas about parenting cause all kinds of friction between them as they are forced to work together in raising their son. Who knows what lengths people will go to when the one who drives you crazy lives only two doors down!
Home Sweet Home
Kevin Stone & Jennifer Pierce are ex-spouses who share custody of their young son, Daniel. When Kevin moves into Jennifer's trendy liberal neighborhood, their agendas turn competitive as they find themselves living on the same street, just two doors down from each other.
Home Sweet Home - [ Episode 01 (09:16) ]Kevin Stone & Jennifer Pierce are ex-spouses who share custody of their young son, Daniel. When Kevin moves into Jennifer's trendy liberal neighborhood, their agendas turn competitive as they find themselves living on the same street, just two doors down from each other.
Surprise Ingredient - [ Episode 02 (06:25) ]Kevin and Baxter deal with a testy infomercial chef at their studio while Summer and Kevin make plans for a sexy night at home.
The Housewarming Gift - [ Episode 03 (06:26) ]Jennifer takes the perfect gift to impress her haughty mother-in-law, but finds that there has been a mix-up when Summer and Kevin have horribly misused their housewarming gift.
Size Matters - [ Episode 04 (07:49) ]Daniel starts to notice his anatomy which sparks a competitive comparison of manhood between his dad and step-dad. Kevin and Summer crash a picnic held by Jennifer and Steven.
Milk Wars - [ Episode 05 (05:56) ]Steven and Kevin become embroiled in a heated stand-off over whether Daniel should be drinking cow's milk or soy milk.
Man Vs. Nature - [ Episode 06 (05:28) ]Steven struggles with sticking to his non-violent principles after an impromptu soccer match with Kevin brings out their more primitive instincts.
Good Neighbors - [ Episode 07 (05:59) ]Something is keeping Kevin up at night, and after getting a frosty reception from his neighbors, he decides to attend the Neighborhood Watch meeting to lodge a complaint about it.
Talk of the Town - [ Episode 08 (08:07) ]Competition shifts into high gear as Kevin and Jennifer each campaign for an open spot on the Neighborhood Watch Committee, drawing their quirky neighbors into what is heading for a major showdown.
The Cat's Meow - [ Episode 09 (07:06) ]As Jennifer & Steven's libido is roaring, it's Winky the cat that continues to keep Kevin up at night! Will Kevin's drastic measures to get some sleep play into the hands of Jennifer's campaign to win a position on the Neighborhood Watch Committee?
The Cat's Out of the Bag - [ Episode 10 (07:52) ]Baxter leads an angry mob of neighbors in search of Daniel who has gone missing during the high jinx of the block party. Jennifer & Kevin switch gears from being in competition with each other to worrying about their son's whereabouts. Will they ever see Daniel again?
Baby Blues - [ Episode 11 (08:00) ]Will Jennifer and Steven have luck getting pregnant? Summer complains that she's not getting enough sex! And Kevin's attractive postal worker delivers the news that it's time to renegotiate child support.
Hard Times - [ Episode 12 (07:10) ]You just KNOW there's going to be trouble when Kevin takes Baxter's suggestion to buy some "male enhancement" pills online! And who would have known that Summer and the Attractive Postal Worker, whom Kevin flirts with, have been friends in high school?
- Louie Cowan as Kevin Stone
- Amber Mikesell as Jennifer Pierce
- Bill McKinley as Steven Pierce
- Jessica Cameron as Summer Perkins
- Jaden Montgomery as Daniel Stone
- and scOtt summitt as Baxter Neuhaus
- Louie Cowan and scOtt summitt (Series Creators)
- Louie Cowan (Director/Executive Producer)
- scOtt summitt (Co-Producer/Assistant Director)
- Mike McNeese (Director of Photography)
- Parker Wiksell and Charles Mallory (Soundtrack Composers)
- Tobias Roediger and Louie Cowan (Editor)