These are my recommendations for shows similar My Best Friend’s Girl. Keep in mind this list is in no particular order.
Cursed since childhood, dentist Charlie Kagan (Dane Cook) cannot find the right woman. Even worse, he learns that each of his ex-girlfriends finds true love with the man she meets after her relationship with him ends. Hearing of Charlie’s reputation as a good-luck charm, women from all over line up for a quick tryst. But when Charlie meets the woman (Jessica Alba) of his dreams, he must find a way to break the curse or risk losing her to the next man she meets.
In the hope of winning the woman of his dreams, Amanda (Jacinda Barrett), a lovelorn meter-reader (Jon Heder) enrolls in a confidence-building class. The course’s title takes on much more meaning when he discovers that he and his egomaniacal professor Dr. P (Billy Bob Thornton) both love the beautiful woman. They begin a fierce rivalry that quickly spirals out of control, their pranks and insults get uglier as they try to prove who is the ultimate guy’s guy.
On the night that he and his high-school sweetheart, Cindi, plan to consummate their love, Eugene (Zach Cregger) whacks his head and falls into a coma. Four years later, Eugene wakes up and discovers that his erstwhile girlfriend is now a centerfold model in Playboy magazine. Together with his best friend Tucker (Trevor Moore), Eugene embarks on a cross-country trip to Hugh Hefner’s world-famous mansion to win Cindi back and rescue her from a life of decadence.
John Farley (Seann William Scott), a self-help author, returns to his hometown and makes a shocking discovery: His mother (Susan Sarandon) is about to marry his former gym teacher (Billy Bob Thornton), a man who made John’s life a living hell during his high-school years. John sets out to prevent history from repeating itself by stopping his mother’s marriage to his nemesis.
After his girlfriend dumps him, high-school senior Kevin (Drake Bell) does not feel like attending freshman orientation weekend at Fairmont University, but his pals (Andrew Caldwell, Kevin Covais) drag him along anyway. Once there, the teens meet members of the rowdiest fraternity on campus, who introduce them to the college party scene, as well as a few sorority girls.
Nerdy high school senior Dizzy Harrison (D.J. Qualls) has finally gotten lucky – he has a second chance to be the guy with no past in “The New Guy,” a hilarious story about wiping the slate clean and reinventing yourself. Transforming from dud to stud at his new school with the help of inmate Luther, geeky Dizzy becomes the cool Gil Harris and sets out to destroy the popularity-obsessed social system, boost school morale and win the heart of Danielle (Eliza Dushku).
After a lovely blind date, crossword-puzzle creator Mary Horowitz (Sandra Bullock) falls head over heels in love with Steve (Bradley Cooper), a news cameraman. Mary is convinced that she and Steve are soul mates, and with the encouragement of a reporter (Thomas Haden Church), follows Steve around the country in a bid to win his love. Along the way, she befriends an assortment of misfits who accept her for who she is, leading her to reassess her reasons for this strange journey.
Four couples, all friends, descend on a tropical island resort. Though one husband and wife are there to work on their marriage, the others just want to enjoy some fun in the sun. They soon find, however, that paradise comes at a price: Participation in couples therapy sessions is mandatory. What started out as a cut-rate vacation turns into an examination of the common problems many face
When their plans for an exotic vacation fall apart, unmarried couple Brad (Vince Vaughn) and Kate (Reese Witherspoon) must spend Christmas Day trudging around to a quartet of family get-togethers. While Brad counts the hours till he can escape the onslaught of crazy relatives, Kate begins to wonder about her own choices and ponders whether her family members are so crazy after all
High school student Chris Brander (Ryan Reynolds) loves his best friend, Jamie Palamino (Amy Smart). He finally confesses his feelings, but she tells him that she just wants to be friends, and he leaves town in shame. Ten years later, Chris is a successful record executive and involved with self-absorbed pop star Samantha James (Anna Faris). He still pines for Jamie, though, and when his plans to go to Paris for the holidays fall through, he returns to his hometown to try and win her heart.