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Filmography by TV series for
Matt Peyser (Character)
from "Working" (1997)

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"Working" (39 episodes)
  1. Pilot (8 October 1997)  
  2. Close Quarters (15 October 1997)  
  3. Rumoring (29 October 1997)  
  4. Quick Out of the Gate (5 November 1997)  
  5. Sexual Harassment (12 November 1997)  
  6. Lost Weekend (19 November 1997)  
  7. Creative Matt (3 December 1997)  
  8. Top O' the World Ma (10 December 1997)  
  9. Medieval Christmas (17 December 1997)  
  10. The Breakfast (7 January 1998)  
  11. Enemies: A Love Story (14 January 1998)  
  12. Sam I Am (21 January 1998)  
  13. Boy's Club (28 January 1998)  
  14. Hatchet Man (4 February 1998)  
  15. Mum's the Word (25 February 1998)  
  16. As Bad as It Gets (18 March 1998)  
  17. Labor Pains (25 March 1998)  
  18. The Gold Digger (1 April 1998)  
  19. Equality (15 April 1998)  
  20. The Lying Game (29 April 1998)  
  21. Due Process (6 May 1998)  
  22. The Brown Noser (13 May 1998)  
  23. Home-O-Apathy (22 September 1998)  
  24. The Closer (29 September 1998)  
  25. Armageddon Outta Here (27 October 1998)  
  26. Performance Review (3 November 1998)  
  27. Good Val Hunting (10 November 1998)  
  28. Networking (17 November 1998)  
  29. A Boy, a Girl, and His Bird (1 December 1998)  
  30. The Consultant (8 December 1998)  
  31. Greenery (15 December 1998)  
  32. The Christmas Party (22 December 1998)  
  33. Romeo and Julie (11 January 1999)  
  34. The Retreat (18 January 1999)  
  35. The Prodigy (25 January 1999)  
  36. Manifesto Destiny (23 August 1999)  
  37. The Other Executive (24 August 1999)  
  38. She Loves Me Yeah, Yeah, Yeah (25 August 1999)  
  39. Sliding Doors (26 August 1999)