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The show was created by Bill Lawrence and Kevin Biegel and was produced by Doozer and Coquette Productions in association with ABC Studios.
Filming took place at Culver Studios in Culver City, California.
This causes Bobby's feelings for Jules to stir even more and he later tells her that he wants her back.
Jules, however, tells him that she loves him but "not that way any more" and that their happy ending is them as friends, raising their son Travis (Dan Byrd) together.
the series focuses on Jules Cobb, a recently divorced woman in her 40s facing the often humorous challenges, pitfalls, and rewards of life's next chapter, along with her teenage son, her ex-husband, and her wine-loving Guest stars on the show included three of Cox's former Friends co-stars: Jennifer Aniston in season two as Glenn, Jules' therapist, Lisa Kudrow in season one as a mean dermatologist, Matthew Perry in season 5 as the millionaire that proposes to Jules; and, the show's producer and Cox's then husband David Arquette.
Danny Pudi made a brief appearance as his character Abed Nadir from Community, tying into a reference made on the other show about Abed appearing on Cougar Town.
When Kirsten gets a job in Chicago, he proposes to her in an attempt to get her to stay, which she rejects.
Jules' relationship with Josh ends when he tells her that he loves her and Jules does not feel the same way.
Later Jules begins a relationship with Jeff (Scott Foley) a client who infuriates Jules with his indecision.
Travis falls into a depressive funk, stops going to college, and moves into Bobby's boat (while Bobby moves into an apartment).
Finally, he impulsively moves to Hawaii and gets a job cleaning surfboards, forcing everyone else to follow him.