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Cast

Series cast summary:
Steven Weber ...  Jack Nagle 17 episodes, 2000-2001
Amy Pietz ...  Melissa Taylor 17 episodes, 2000-2001
Chris Elliott ...  Larry Heckman 17 episodes, 2000-2001
Wendell Pierce ...  Wendell Simms 17 episodes, 2000-2001
Paula Marshall ...  Katie 9 episodes, 2000-2001
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 October 2000 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

El gafe See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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1.33 : 1
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The show's theme song, "Miss Fortune", was performed by Liz Phair. See more »

Quotes

Bill Elricht: You know who you remind me of?
Jack Nagle: Joey Fitone of N Sync?
Bill Elricht: No, I, I don't see that at all. No, you remind me of a young Bill Elricht. Why, when I was your age, I took ass-kissing so seriously I crawled right up my boss's butt, straight through his intestines and came out the head of the company!
Jack Nagle: And you didn't let little things like friends and loved ones slow you down?
Bill Elricht: Hell no. You know what I said to my wife the day she asked me for a divorce?
Jack Nagle: What?
Bill Elricht: "Okay." As far as friends go, I've got a ton of ...
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Referenced in 20 Years of Must See TV (2002) See more »

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Yes, but whom? The show or the viewer?
28 October 2000 | by Mr. OpEdSee all my reviews

I like practically everyone involved with this show, especially the mesmerizingly odd Chris Elliot and Amy Pietz, about the sexiest thing on two legs. And Weber is the perfect stone-faced star, especially considering what keeps happening to him (ala Keaton, Buster).

The show has promise, but its potty-mouth dialog is tedious and tired. And aside from Elliot, the laughs are thin and far between.

This year, I down-grade any show that uses a-- (what happened to "bottom," "hinder," "fanny" "back-side," et. al.?). It's a touchstone for childish writing. The premier already set a record as I actually lost count.


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