Good Company (1996– )

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Good Company takes place at an ad agency. Jon Tenney plays Will Hennessy, an aspiring artist who heads up a group that includes Lauren Graham as his ex-girlfriend copywriter, Elizabeth Anne... See full summary »

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 Ron Nash (6 episodes, 1996)
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 Jack O'Shea (6 episodes, 1996)
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 Liz Gibson (6 episodes, 1996)
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 Dale (6 episodes, 1996)
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 Will Hennessey (6 episodes, 1996)
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Good Company takes place at an ad agency. Jon Tenney plays Will Hennessy, an aspiring artist who heads up a group that includes Lauren Graham as his ex-girlfriend copywriter, Elizabeth Anne Smith, and Timothy Fall. Written by <liaoj@cadvision.com>

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Six Episodes were made but only five got to air and then CBS canceled the show. See more »

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A cute show that ended too soon.
8 December 1999 | by (Oregon) – See all my reviews

"Good Company" only aired for a few months in 1996 before it was canceled, but it boasted a talented cast and funny plots. It starred Jon Tenney (who later went on to do CBS's "Brooklyn South" and FOX's "Get Real"), Wendie Malick ("Just Shoot Me"), and Lauren Graham ("Townies"). The characters on this show were unforgettable. Ron (Jason Beghe) was a lying, cheating office suck-up who was hilarious to watch. Zoe (Malick) was the ruthless boss who actually wasn't so mean after all. And then there was Bobby (Terry Kiser) who spoke via facial expressions and an occasional word. Liz (Graham) was the daddy's girl who made animal noises when she got upset. Dale (Elizabeth-Anne Smith) was the insecure one with "issues". Jody (Timothy Fall), armed with a guitar, wrote songs that had the TV viewer in stitches. The shining star of the show, however, was Tenney, who's character, Will Hennessey, held the friendships of his co-workers together, and wasn't ashamed to seek some good words of advice from Jack (Seymour Cassel). An all-around good show that was fun, funny, clever, and canceled before it was given much of a chance. However, the stars moved on to other projects, which I have immensely enjoyed over the last 3 years.


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