Highest Rated Titles With Barnet Kellman
- Job Types
- Movies or TV
- IMDb Rating
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- On TV
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Designing Women (1986–1993)
Grand Slam, Thank You Ma'am
Suzanne's ex-husband, an Atlanta Braves pitcher named Jack Dent, writes a scandalous autobiography in which he admits to an unprecedented amount of infidelity during their three-year marriage.
9. The Fatal Sip (2014)
6 min | Short, Comedy, Drama
A casual conversation about serial killers marks the start of a beautiful friendship - that is, until Carlton discovers his new friend might actually be a killer himself.
Living with Fran (2005–2006)
Going to a Bar Mitzvah with Fran
30 min | Comedy
After Fran embarrassed Josh by telling his former schoolmate Barry Regal, now in Wall Street, the med school drop-out is the video store's assistant-manager, everybody goes to the bar ... See full summary »
George Lopez (2002–2007)
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, Honey
TV-PG | Comedy, Drama
George thinks he's found his real father when he meets one of Benny's coworkers that she supposedly slept with 35 years ago.
Mr. Sunshine (2011– )
When Ben (Matthew Perry) dons a hip new fedora, the attention he gets from Heather (Portia Doubleday) troubles Roman. But once it becomes clear that there's a problem, Heather reveals that ... See full summary »
My Boys (2006–2010)
P.J. and her mystery date head to Italy with Stephanie, but things don't go the way anybody planned. The boys get banned from Crowley's; Andy gloats over the trappings of his new job.
Mr. Monk Takes a Punch
TV-PG | Comedy, Crime, Drama
A boxer narrowly avoids a bomb, and Stottlemeyer believes it won't be the only attempt with a championship bout coming up. Meantime, Monk splits his time between the case and contemplating ... See full summary »
Murphy Brown (1988–1998)
My Dinner with Einstein
30 min | Comedy
Murphy is excited to meet "the nowadays's Einstein" Victor Rudman. She tries to challenge herself on a date with him, since "You can't judge a book by it's cover", but discovers that geniuses can also be unpleasant people.