Retired at 35 returns for its second season of the family drama series
Retired at 35 tells the story of Alan Robbins and his wife Elaine (Jessica Walter) who are expected to cruise into retirement and live out their days happily ever after. However, they get an unexpected surprise when their uptight and overworked son David (Johnathan McClain), sick of the NYC rat race, decides to move in with them in their active-adult community. David finds himself dealing with his overzealous parents as well as his sister Amy (Marissa Jaret Winokur), who, while successful in business, has made less than impressive choices in her love life.
Season two is a hilarious and bumpy ride as the Robbins family learns the consequences of being "Retired at 35.
Episode 1 - “Up North” Alan sets out to get Elaine back, only to find she might be seeing another man. He recruits David and Amy to help get to the bottom of things and win back his wife.
Episode 2 - “The Dates” Alan and Elaine visit a marriage counselor (played by Robin Givens) to help them navigate their new relationship, and they are each charged with planning the perfect date for the other. Meanwhile, David tries living with Amy to get away from his parents, but they soon find out they’re more like their mother and father than they thought.
Episode 3 - “Poker Face” Elaine and Alan struggle to find the right balance of togetherness in their new relationship. When Elaine tags along with Alan on his weekly poker night, Alan finds himself stuck. Brandon helps out David when he discovers David is bluffing about a job. Episode 4 - “The Grifters” David meets a girl, Jenn (Daneel Ackles), but Elaine and Alan question her motives for dating David. David starts to believe his parents, until Jenn reveals the reason for her strange behavior is she’s a single mother. Meanwhile, Amy’s boyfriend, Jared (John Ross Bowie), is reluctant to make a big commitment to her. Episode 5 - “My Dinner With Alan” Amy pushes Alan to be closer with Jared – but when they become closer friends than Amy planned, it starts to take its toll on their relationship. Meanwhile, David struggles with Alan treating Jared like the son he never had. Episode 6 - “The Apartment” When David notices Elaine is acting strange, he investigates and finds out that Elaine has kept her apartment, even though she moved back home – and that might not be the only secret she’s keeping. This leads him to enlist Amy to get to the bottom of their mother’s secret life. Episode 7 - “The Break-Up” After an unexpected kiss from Brandon, Amy is thrown. She questions her relationship with Jared, and everyone in the Robbins family gets involved, unsurprisingly. David and Jenn have trouble setting ground rules for their relationship. Episode 8 - “Knocked Up” After her break up with Jared, Amy discovers that she’s pregnant… maybe. Before she can find out for sure, the news gets out and the whole family is abuzz. When Amy realizes she’s not actually pregnant, she has a harder time breaking the news than she thought. Episode 9 - “The Proposal” Jared proposes to Amy, much to Brandon’s dismay. But when Amy and Elaine start to work with a wedding planner (Melissa Peterman) in order to pull off the wedding in two weeks – a timeline that Jared suggested – Brandon suspects that Jared has ulterior motives. Episode 10 - “My Best Friend's Wedding” On the day of Amy and Jared’s wedding, Amy discovers Jared may not only be marrying her for love. When Brandon and Jared both make their true intentions knows, Amy is forced to choose between them.
STARRING: George Segal (Just Shoot Me, Touch of Class), Jessica Walter (Arrested Development)
Chris Case (“Reba,” “Spin City”) is the writer for “Retired at 35” and Michael Hanel and Mindy Schultheis (“Rita Rocks,” “Reba,” “Titus,” “Malibu Country”) are the executive producers. Kevin Abbott (“Roseanne”) is the consulting producer. Larry W. Jones and Keith Cox serve as executive producers for TV Land.