Single guy Lenny deals with his meddling parents, boisterous pals and menial job.
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 Lenny Markowitz 21 episodes, 1977
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 Woody Warshaw 21 episodes, 1977
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 Vinnie Morabito 19 episodes, 1977
Danny Goldman ...
 Lester Bellman 18 episodes, 1977
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 Allan Simmonds 16 episodes, 1977
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 Melody Feebeck 15 episodes, 1977
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 Sam Markowitz 12 episodes, 1977
Ralph Wilcox ...
 Raymond St. Williams 10 episodes, 1977
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 Pearl Markowitz 9 episodes, 1977
Paul B. Price ...
 Ralph Cabell 8 episodes, 1977
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Following his graduation from engineering school, 24-year-old slacker Lenny Markowitz moves into his own rundown apartment (his first time away from home), and next door to a gorgeous older redhead (Melody). Ignoring his engineering background, he goes to work at a shoe store owned by Cabell and staffed by jive-talking Raymond. He also finds time to play poker and get into trouble with his childhood pals. Written by Marty McKee <mmckee@soltec.net>

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17 January 1977 (USA)  »

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Provaci ancora Lenny  »

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(24 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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Spin-off The Ted Knight Show (1978) See more »

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Schmo sitcom
8 October 2002 | by See all my reviews

This was the story of an affable young single guy who moves into his own low-rent apartment away from his overprotective parents and gets a lousy job, "busting loose" into his own (adult) life. His parents, boisterous friends, coworkers, and a beautiful neighbor were also in the cast. A lot of the appeal of the show depended on the personal charm of Adam Arkin; he's a likable guy, but his personality is rather low-key to carry a sitcom by himself. Without another source of "oomph," this ended up lasting about a season and a half.


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