'How to be a Gentleman' (CBS)

The "Odd Couple"-esque "How to Be a Gentleman," inspired by the book of the same name, follows a fussy etiquette columnist and a rough-around-the-edges personal trainer. The refined writer, under threat of unemployment, hires the bad-boy lug to teach him about being a manly man. Hilarity ensues?<br>
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David Hornsby plays the fastidious Felix-like character, and <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB0000007329" title="Kevin Dillon" href="/topic/entertainment/kevin-dillon-PECLB0000007329.topic">Kevin Dillon</a> stars as his ripped and rude Oscar. David Foley, <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB0000008286" title="Rhys Darby" href="/topic/entertainment/rhys-darby-PECLB0000008286.topic">Rhys Darby</a> and Mary Lynn Rasjkub also star. Executive producers include Hornsby ("It's Always Sunny in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100101023010000" title="Philadelphia (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)" href="/topic/us/pennsylvania/philadelphia-county/philadelphia-%28philadelphia-pennsylvania%29-PLGEO100101023010000.topic">Philadelphia</a>") and Adam Chase ("Friends").<br>
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-- T.L. Stanley<br>
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<i>Photo: Kevin Dillon, left, and Bert Lansing in "How to be a Gentleman."</i>
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The "Odd Couple"-esque "How to Be a Gentleman," inspired by the book of the same name, follows a fussy etiquette columnist and a rough-around-the-edges personal trainer. The refined writer, under threat of unemployment, hires the bad-boy lug to teach him about being a manly man. Hilarity ensues?

David Hornsby plays the fastidious Felix-like character, and Kevin Dillon stars as his ripped and rude Oscar. David Foley, Rhys Darby and Mary Lynn Rasjkub also star. Executive producers include Hornsby ("It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia") and Adam Chase ("Friends").

RELATED:
Photos: TV stars promote network lineups
CBS unveils prime-time schedule
Video: Watch a sneak preview of 'How to be a Gentleman'

-- T.L. Stanley

Photo: Kevin Dillon, left, and Bert Lansing in "How to be a Gentleman."

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