"The guys" at Cyberbyte (a high tech computer company) moves from the old garage to a new office downtown and now they need a secretary. None of the guys have any social skills; Warren, the... See full summary »
"The guys" at Cyberbyte (a high tech computer company) moves from the old garage to a new office downtown and now they need a secretary. None of the guys have any social skills; Warren, the boss, doesn't know how to complete a sentence. Vic wears his sunglasses at all times. Most important of all, they have hardly talked to a girl before. Carey (the new secretary) on the other hand has no experience in computers but is highly socially skilled and tries her best to understand the guys and to be understood. Written by
Jonas Hgstrm <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This was one of those shows that didn't get a chance. Think of Big Bang Theory before its time. Quirky, socially awkward, but brilliant nerds meet a girl.
Peter Scolari's character is kind of a Bill Gates who started a company in his garage. Their business takes off and they have to get an office and secretary. They have brains (and now money!), but don't know how to relate outside of other nerds. Warren Mosbey (Scolari's character) has trampoline in his office, which he would jump on while thinking.
Unfortunately this just didn't take off back in 1995, when most people didn't even know what the internet was yet. Also, I agree with others that the title didn't appeal to non-geeks.
It says something that I still recall the series from over 15 years ago that only had 11 episodes.
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