The titular Batteries are an improv comedy troupe in New York (Patrick Dall'Occhio, Benjamin Travers, Rob Webber, and Dave Zubradt), and when they're not performing, they're suffering through near-midlife crises of various degrees. Specifically, each of them has women troubles. One's in a troubled marriage and his mistress isn't working out. One's married and trying to avoid the dreaded baby. One's just been dumped on the eve of his wedding. And one's a swingin' single that finds himself -- gasp -- falling in love with a real live girl! It's like The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, only with old dudes. And no pants.
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