The series was not an immediate hit so members of the cast were surprised and delighted to hear they'd been renewed.
"I was having sushi in Hoboken with my girlfriend & I stood - up and screamed I think people thought I got bad fish," Lenny Venito said.
"I called my dad and we screamed like little girls together for about five minutes straight," Tim Jo said.
"I was really happy I wasn't going to have to work in a restaurant so it was good, yeah," Toks Olagundoye said.
Surely her restaurant days are behind her!
Next door to The Neighbors on Friday night is the Shark Tank - where not every business that gets funded on the show works out.
And it's made stars of these executives who were largely unknown before the show made its debut. Business owners go looking for more money to grow. Small business owners go looking for more money to grow.
"Everybody's figured out if you can get your product on there, sales are up 10,000%. It's the biggest infomercial on earth," Kevin O'Leary said.
And it's made stars of these executives who were largely unknown before the show made its debut.
"I get pitched a lot of stuff on the street. That's what happens," O'Leary said.
Not every business that gets funded on the show works out.
"We've all made those deals we've had second thoughts about. But you make a commitment to the entrepreneur and you have to stick it out," Mark Cuban said. "That's the beauty of the show, you get to watch the show and say if that guy did it or that woman did it, I can do it."
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8:00 p.m. Last Man Standing 8:30 p.m. The Neighbors 9:00 p.m. Shark Tank 10:00 p.m. 20/20