Can a woman of a certain age be a mom, a successful career woman and still be on the prowl? Jules Cobb (Courteney Cox) is about to give it a try. In a small Florida town completely devoted to its high school football team, a 40-year-old divorcee with a 17-year-old son re-enters the dating scene.
Last Episode06x13 Mary Jane's Last Dance Aired: Mar. 31, 2015
Grayson tries to prevent Jules from running her birthday; everyone experiences major life changes.
Series Fun Facts
- SPOILER: Several characters from the brother series, Scrubs have seen a crossover to Cougar Town. Courteney Cox who portrays Dr. Maddox on Scrubs is the lead character Jules. Christa Miller…
[show]SPOILER: Several characters from the brother series, Scrubs have seen a crossover to Cougar Town. Courteney Cox who portrays Dr. Maddox on Scrubs is the lead character Jules. Christa Miller who portrays Jordan Sullivan on Scrubs plays the main character Ellie. Ken Jenkins who portrays Dr. Kelso on Scrubs has a recurring role as Chick, Jules' father. Robert Clendenin who portrays Dr. Zeltzer on Scrubs is a recurring character Tom Gazelian who is a brain surgeon and is Jules' neighbour. Zach Braff who portrays J.D. on Scrubs appeared in Season Three as a Pizza Delivery Guy. He also appears in a Smartphone app which tells you what appetizer to order. Scott Foley who portrays Sean Kelly on Scrubs appeared in four episodes in Season One as Jules' then-boyfriend, Jeff. Windell Middlebrooks who portrays Melvis Duncook on Scrubs appeared in a Season One episode as Gerald as a floor tiler when Jules creates a new master bathroom. Nicole Sullivan who portrays Jill Tracy in Scrubs appeared in seven episodes as Jules' therapist, Lynn. Shaughn Buchholz who portrays "Cabbage" from Scrubs appeared in two episodes in Season Two. Sarah Chalke who portrays Elliot on Scrubs appeared in four episodes as Travis' art teacher and Bobby's girlfriend, Angie. Robert Maschio who portrays Todd Quinlan in Scrubs appeared in "A One Story Town" as a pool guy.
- In at least one scene, a sign for the fictional "Coffee Bucks" franchise can be seen in the background. Coffee Bucks was also featured in Scrubs, which was also created by Bill Lawrence.
- In May 2010, the series' creator Bill Lawrence announced that he was considering changing the series' title. Among the titles considered were "Friends & Family", "Friends & Neighbors",…
[show]In May 2010, the series' creator Bill Lawrence announced that he was considering changing the series' title. Among the titles considered were "Friends & Family", "Friends & Neighbors", "Neighborhood Jules", "The Cul de Sac", "The End of the Street", "The Neighborhood" and "Neighborhooding". He almost settled on "Sunshine State," but decided against it when it was discovered that Matthew Perry's upcoming series would be named "Mr. Sunshine." Lawrence eventually decided to keep the original title.