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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
Year: 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

8 October 2000

Season 1, Episode 2: The World of Possibility

15 October 2000

Season 1, Episode 3: Just Friends

22 October 2000
Ed decides to hire a manager for the bowling alley and must choose between Shirley, Phil, and Kenny. Ed goes to court representing 3 old friends from high school over a contract written on a cocktail napkin. Ed's opposition is the NYC law firm that fired him. Mike and Nancy disagree over who should feed the baby overnight.

Season 1, Episode 4: Pretty Girls and Waffles

29 October 2000
Ed takes the case of an attractive woman who kept unearned wages in her paycheck. Molly differs with Bob on how to cast the high school musical. Carol ends things with Nick. Dr. Jerome requires Mike to give him a medical exam.

Tom Cavanagh ... Ed Stevens

Julie Bowen ... Carol Vessey

Jana Marie Hupp ... Nancy Burton

Josh Randall ... Mike Burton
Lesley Boone ... Molly Hudson

Michael Ian Black ... Phil Stubbs

Rachel Cronin ... Shirley Pifko (credit only)

Mike Starr ... Kenny Sandusky (credit only)

Justin Long ... Warren Cheswick (credit only)

Gregory Harrison ... Nick Stanton

Joanna Going ... Sela McKenzie

Christopher Sieber ... Bob Crickmore
Joyce Reehling ... Ms. Gustechi
Marvin Chatinover ... Dr. Walter R. Jerome
Lyn Nagel ... Jennifer Baumgarden

Peter Gerety ... Dick Knight
Lisa Altomare ... Mrs. Symkazmer
Jeffrey Broadhurst ... Dancer #5
Richard Burnett ... Delivery Man (as Dick Burnett)
Jonathan Dokuchitz ... Dancer #1
Mike Hodge ... Judge

Samm Levine ... Kid #1

Kate Mara ... Kelly Kovacs
Kevin Neil McCready ... Dancer #2
Stephanie Mnookin ... Waitress at Pie Shop
Joe Paparone ... Mr. Matthews
Kenny Sheehan ... Bill Woslouis

Clarke Thorell ... Dancer #6

Greg D'Agostino ... Student (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Better Days

5 November 2000
Carol tries to figure out how to avoid Nick since their breakup. Ed takes the case of a distraught bride to be who is suing her hair stylist for ruining her hair. Ed tries to win Carol's affection but it leads to a misunderstanding.

Season 1, Episode 6: Home Is Where the Ducks Are

12 November 2000
Ed is given an assignment by Mayor Wally to impress tourism writer Callie with Stuckeyville's charms. He decides what's needed is an impromptu festival. Carol thinks she needs to leave town to be a better writer.

Tom Cavanagh ... Ed Stevens

Julie Bowen ... Carol Vessey

Jana Marie Hupp ... Nancy Burton

Josh Randall ... Mike Burton
Lesley Boone ... Molly Hudson

Michael Ian Black ... Phil Stubbs

Rachel Cronin ... Shirley Pifko (credit only)

Mike Starr ... Kenny Sandusky (credit only)

Justin Long ... Warren Cheswick (credit only)

Callie Thorne ... Judy Kellman

Samm Levine ... Kevin Schwartz

Richard Poe ... Jim Ludwig

Suzanne Shepherd ... Edna

M. Emmet Walsh ... Mayor Wally Kendricks

Harvey Atkin ... Customer
Jack Davidson ... Duckman
Bob Dorian ... Joe Hollenback
Patrick Garner ... Joel

Bill Hoag ... Suzeechio Salesman

Bill Raymond ... George Wilkes
Keith Reddin ... Mr. Henderson

Season 1, Episode 7: Something Old, Something New

19 November 2000
Ed looks forward to celebrating Thanksgiving, deciding to host everyone at the bowling alley. He defends his client Gavin, injured by a cantaloupe while continuing down memory lane by firing the cannon at the football game.

Tom Cavanagh ... Ed Stevens

Julie Bowen ... Carol Vessey

Jana Marie Hupp ... Nancy Burton

Josh Randall ... Mike Burton
Lesley Boone ... Molly Hudson

Michael Ian Black ... Phil Stubbs

Rachel Cronin ... Shirley Pifko

Mike Starr ... Kenny Sandusky

Justin Long ... Warren Cheswick (credit only)

Christopher Murney ... Chester Jacinski

Constance Barron ... Freida
Max Rosmarin ... Gavin Shrader
John Randolph Jones ... Shack Owner
Steve Mellor
Munson Hicks ... Judge Henderson

Edmund Lyndeck ... Molly's Grandfather
Lizbeth MacKay ... Rita Shrader
Jane Nichols ... Passerby (as Jane P. Nichols)
Joe Paparone ... Manager
Jerry Rockwood ... Next Man

Rob Leo Roy ... Man buying turkey

Carole Troll ... Foreperson

Greg D'Agostino ... Student (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: The Whole Truth

6 December 2000
Ed is told by Charley Hudson, while writing his will, that he is gay and wants to reveal his relationship to his family. Mike feels threatened by a hotshot Dr. Benson at work. Phil holds auditions for an open mike night at the bowling alley.

Tom Cavanagh ... Ed Stevens

Julie Bowen ... Carol Vessey

Jana Marie Hupp ... Nancy Burton

Josh Randall ... Mike Burton
Lesley Boone ... Molly Hudson

Michael Ian Black ... Phil Stubbs

Rachel Cronin ... Shirley Pifko

Mike Starr ... Kenny Sandusky

Justin Long ... Warren Cheswick

Edmund Lyndeck ... Charlie Hudson
Marvin Chatinover ... Dr. Walter R. Jerome
Audrie Neenan

Mark Deklin ... Dr. Scott Benson
Ben Hammer ... Ron Jeffries
Walt MacPherson ... Molly's Dad

Beth Fowler ... Molly's Mom
Max Rosmarin ... Gavin Shrader

Saundra McClain ... Wendy
Catherine Wolf ... Mrs. Andrews

Ed Wheeler ... Hospital Doctor

Bob Greenberg ... Delivery Man

Marcuis Harris ... Mr. Harris
David McConeghey ... Patient #1 (as David B. McConeghey)
Stephanie Mnookin ... Waitress
Doug Skinner ... Guy
Panicker Upendran ... Sri Lankan Doctor (as Upendran Panicker)

Season 1, Episode 9: Your Life Is Now

20 December 2000
Troy McCallum, star QB in high school, returns for the holidays causing Ed and Carol reflect on their past with him. Ed, with Phil's help, pranks Tucker's Appliance as revenge. Ed helps Warren impress a girl by pretending to die.

Tom Cavanagh ... Ed Stevens

Julie Bowen ... Carol Vessey

Jana Marie Hupp ... Nancy Burton

Josh Randall ... Mike Burton
Lesley Boone ... Molly Hudson

Michael Ian Black ... Phil Stubbs

Rachel Cronin ... Shirley Pifko (credit only)

Mike Starr ... Kenny Sandusky (credit only)

Justin Long ... Warren Cheswick

Peter Maloney ... Mr. Stansley

Robin Paul ... Jessica Martell

Steve Routman ... Larry

Grant Show ... Troy McCallum

Penny Balfour ... Waitress
John Barchitta ... Fozcat

Noah Bean ... Tim Cooper

Jay Burns ... Man In Suit
Rory Campbell-Wheeler ... Another Jock (as Rory Wheeler)

Kateri DeMartino
Mike Hodge ... Judge
Max Rosmarin ... Gavin Shrader

Greg D'Agostino ... Student (uncredited)
Jonah Falcon ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Losing Streak

10 January 2001
Ed's parents, Alan and Natalie,visit but are clear hey aren't thrilled with his new life. Ed takes on a case involving the lottery. Carol finds herself coaching a team with a losing record while a vandal hits the bowling alley.

Season 1, Episode 11: Opposites Distract

17 January 2001

Season 1, Episode 12: Hook, Line and Sinker

24 January 2001
Ed is surprised when the new DA, Bonnie Hane asks him for a date which bothers Carol. Mike is sure Carmela is attracted to him. Ed has a case involving a singing fish. Phil promises the cast of Happy Days at the bowling alley.

Season 1, Episode 13: The Music Box

7 February 2001
Carol learns her music box is valuable but it's immediately stolen. Ed's extra effort for it's return raises Bonnie's suspicions. Mike works to avoid throwing away his keepsakes. Warren joins a bowling team to impress Jessica.

Season 1, Episode 14: Valentine's Day

14 February 2001


Tom Cavanagh ... Ed Stevens

Julie Bowen ... Carol Vessey

Jana Marie Hupp ... Nancy Burton

Josh Randall ... Mike Burton
Lesley Boone ... Molly Hudson

Michael Ian Black ... Phil Stubbs

Rachel Cronin ... Shirley Pifko

Mike Starr ... Kenny Sandusky (credit only)

Justin Long ... Warren Cheswick (credit only)

Rena Sofer ... Bonnie Hane

Peter Gerety ... Dick Knight

Bob Odenkirk ... Rev. Richie Porter
Ray Bokhour ... Chuck Harris

Stephen Bogardus ... Lawyer

Charles S. Dutton ... Rev. Thomas Carver
Joe Ponazecki ... Judge

June Squibb ... Organist
Kathleen Turco-Lyon ... Madame Forewoman

John Elsen ... Jerry
Lisa Brandon ... Woman #1

Natalie Diorio ... Woman Bowler (as Natalie Marie Hughes)

Greg D'Agostino ... Student (uncredited)
Greg Korin ... Parishioner (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: Loyalties

20 February 2001
Big Rudy, former owner of Stuckey Bowl, wants his business back and is willing to use underhanded means. Bonnie takes a new job and upsets Ed by her choice. Molly likes a new guy Jeff from book club but he likes Carol.

Season 1, Episode 16: Live Deliberately

28 February 2001
Phil wants Ed to give him a cut of the bowling alley profits, Warren tries to live a simplified lifestyle while trying to impress the girl of his dreams, Ed represents a client who believes life is too short and wants to try everything, Ed becomes obsessed with reliving all his achievements from his youth.

Season 1, Episode 17: Exceptions

28 March 2001
Ed and Carol are on opposite sides when Coach Kerwin is sued by gifted student Salinger. Ed gives Shirley a shot as his legal assistant. Mike tries to fight back against the the disdain experienced Dr. Jerome.

Season 1, Episode 18: The Test

4 April 2001
Ed's high school girlfriend Kara wants his help testing her husband George's fidelity. Then she asks Ed to handle a contentious divorce. Budget cuts end the school's music program leading Carol to lead the fight to save it.

Tom Cavanagh ... Ed Stevens

Julie Bowen ... Carol Vessey

Jana Marie Hupp ... Nancy Burton

Josh Randall ... Mike Burton
Lesley Boone ... Molly Hudson

Michael Ian Black ... Phil Stubbs

Rachel Cronin ... Shirley Pifko

Mike Starr ... Kenny Sandusky

Justin Long ... Warren Cheswick

Anne Meara ... Barbara Gennacarro

Sarah Clarke ... Kara Parsons (as Sarah Lively)

Robin Paul ... Jessica Martell

Teresa Yenque ... Carmela

Tom Riis Farrell ... George Parsons

Crystal Allen ... Selma Northvale
Alan Kalter ... Principal Gable
Dennis Creaghan ... George's Lawyer
Mike Hodge ... Judge

Michael Genadry ... Mark Vanacore (as Michael R. Genadry)
Tessa Ghylin ... Donna Tozzi
Max Rosmarin ... Gavin Shrader
Ray Bokhour ... Chuck
Forrest Compton ... Mr. Emerson

Kathleen M. Darcy ... Female French Teacher
James Harder ... Bartender
Stephanie Mnookin ... Pie Shop Waitress

Season 1, Episode 19: Windows of Opportunity

2 May 2001
Ed's new case involves an overweight man whose brother is going overboard to get him to stay on his diet. Warren has an awkward 1st date with Donna. Ed reluctantly hosts a bowling alley wedding with a young couple Ari and Barbara.

Season 1, Episode 20: Mind Over Matter

9 May 2001
Ed wants to seek landmark status for Stuckey Bowl when a group meets for a 59th reunion. Ed takes on a case involving costly placebos being despensed by Dr. Kendall. Jeff reveals to Molly he asked Carol out first.

Season 1, Episode 21: Mixed Signals

16 May 2001
Ed turns Stuckey Bowl into a casino for a night and asks Carol to go with him. She wonders if it's a real date. Warren wavers between asking Jessica or Donna to prom. Dr. Jerome is getting a tribute and Mike's in a quandary.

Tom Cavanagh ... Ed Stevens

Julie Bowen ... Carol Vessey

Jana Marie Hupp ... Nancy Burton

Josh Randall ... Mike Burton
Lesley Boone ... Molly Hudson

Michael Ian Black ... Phil Stubbs

Rachel Cronin ... Shirley Pifko

Mike Starr ... Kenny Sandusky

Justin Long ... Warren Cheswick
Marvin Chatinover ... Dr. Walter R. Jerome

Tom Bloom ... Jerry Foley

Will Lyman ... Gus McGraw

Robin Paul ... Jessica Martell
Tessa Ghylin ... Donna Tozzi

Michael Genadry ... Mark Vanacore (as Michael R. Genadry)
Max Rosmarin ... Gavin Shrader
Adam Sietz ... Tim Vecchio

Noah Bean ... Tim Cooper

Mario Cantone ... Scott Hayes
Joe Ponazecki ... Judge
Bill Scheft ... Jack Baker
Neal Lerner ... Caterer
Alex Molina ... Doctor Busis

Guy Whitlock ... Greeter (Leon Spinks look-alike)

Season 1, Episode 22: Prom Night

23 May 2001
Ed's former co-worker Bud Frankel appears and makes Ed an attractive job offer. Ed and Carol plan their prom date and talk about the almost kiss. Warren is desperate and hires an escort for his date. Phil auditions for a TV show.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: The Stars Align

10 October 2001
Just as Ed and Carol grow closer Bonnie returns. Nancy quits her job leaving Mike as the only wage earner in a job he hates. Warren is accused of criminal behavior when he provides beer to someone injured and Ed takes his case.

Season 2, Episode 2: Changes

17 October 2001
Ed's new client George MacPherson wants to change his name, thinking it will change his life. Carol is having a personality issue with her new boss Dennis Martino. Mike can't work the nerve to quit so he starts doing quirky things at work.

Tom Cavanagh ... Ed Stevens

Julie Bowen ... Carol Vessey

Jana Marie Hupp ... Nancy Burton

Josh Randall ... Mike Burton
Lesley Boone ... Molly Hudson

Michael Ian Black ... Phil Stubbs

Rachel Cronin ... Shirley Pifko

Mike Starr ... Kenny Sandusky

Justin Long ... Warren Cheswick

John Slattery ... Dennis Martino

Pat Finn ... Jim Frost
Marvin Chatinover ... Dr. Walter R. Jerome

Molly Regan ... Lydia MacPherson

Stephen Root ... George MacPherson

Priscilla Garita ... Counter Girl Jenny

Eric Michael Gillett ... Stakeout Guy

Wynter Kullman ... Beautiful Woman #1

Karina Mackenzie ... Beautiful Woman #2

Saundra McClain ... Wendy
Robyn Myhr ... Bar Woman #1

Virginia Williams ... Pretty Girl

Ty Copeman ... Car and Driver (uncredited)

Anthony Ferriso ... Party Kid #2 (uncredited)

Loren Ferriso ... Party Kid (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: A Job Well Done

24 October 2001
Ed's client Ron Leveritt is being sued by an employee because of the outfits he asks them to wear. Molly is against him taking the case. Mike wants his wife to have another baby. Carol wants her students to read The Great Gatsby.

Tom Cavanagh ... Ed Stevens

Julie Bowen ... Carol Vessey

Jana Marie Hupp ... Nancy Burton

Josh Randall ... Mike Burton
Lesley Boone ... Molly Hudson

Michael Ian Black ... Phil Stubbs

Rachel Cronin ... Shirley Pifko

Mike Starr ... Kenny Sandusky

Justin Long ... Warren Cheswick

John Slattery ... Dennis Martino

David Garrison ... Ron Leveritt

Amy Wilson ... Heather Ross

Ben Shenkman ... Frank Carr

Matt Servitto ... Donnie

Charles Dumas ... Judge LaRue

Michael Genadry ... Mark Vanacore (as Michael R. Genadry)

Ginnifer Goodwin ... Diane Snyder
Joseph Aro ... Student 2
Nicholas Glaeser ... Guy #2 (as Nicolas Glaeser)

Richard Keith ... Different Student
David Little ... Guy #1
Susan Wallack ... Jury Forewoman
Stefanie Zadravec ... Jenna October 24, 2001
Darrin Browne ... Student (uncredited)

Greg D'Agostino ... Student (uncredited)

James Mount ... Thuggish Student (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Crazy Time

31 October 2001
Dr. Crazy, a children's entertainer, needs Ed as a lawyer when he's sued for what advice he gave to a kid. Molly is unsure where a new relationship is headed with Jim. Warren makes a fool of himself at a pep rally despite his friend's warning.

Season 2, Episode 5: Closure

7 November 2001
Ed takes a divorce case representing Sonja, who might have married for a green card. He also contacts ex-wife Liz to get closure. Phil investigates who's giving away free games. Mike finds he has more to learn from Dr. Jerome.

Season 2, Episode 6: Replacements

14 November 2001
Ed becomes obsessed with Joe Baxter, another attorney who owns a bowling alley. Carol continues her rants about Dennis Martino while Philip is shadowed by a strange dude. Warren tells people he's on the wrestling team when he's not.

Season 2, Episode 7: The New World

21 November 2001

Season 2, Episode 8: Goodbye Sadie

5 December 2001
Carol urges Ed to take the case of drama teacher Arnold Bancroft, fired because of racism but Ed suspects homophobia. Carol is reluctant to give up her old car. Diane's cousin Alison helps Warren create an exclusive party.

Season 2, Episode 9: Charity Cases

12 December 2001
Ed is concerned when his client Leonard Prescott wants to practice philanthropy on a scale he can't afford. Carol is jealous when Dennis seems to have a girlfriend. Mike and Nancy differ on how to raise their daughter.

Season 2, Episode 10: Small Town Guys

9 January 2002
Ed takes his friend Bob's controversial case when he learns celebrity lawyer Siringo wants to replace him. Mike tries to quit but Dr. Jerome holds him to his contract. Warren thinks being the class clown will make him popular.

Season 2, Episode 11: Two Days of Freedom

16 January 2002
Ed is hired by Kaye Pazzuti to watch her husband Ralph for two days in a fidelity situation. Carol and Dennis finally talk things out and begin a relationship but Ed gets hurt. Warren and Jessica go on a bad date.

Season 2, Episode 12: Ends and Means

30 January 2002
Ed defends Kate who is accused of stealing but she claims for a good cause, against a politically ambitious prosecutor. Ed also starts a relationship with Kate. Carol gets Nancy hired as a teacher but it doesn't turn out well.

Season 2, Episode 13: Youth Bandits

6 February 2002
Ed and Carol disagree about reuniting Ed's high school band to play at a funeral of the bands songwriter; Molly tutors Phil in chemistry so that he can pass his G.E.D. exam; Warren spends an enchanted week dating Jessica and commemorated the event with an infinity tattoo.

Season 2, Episode 14: Things to Do Today

27 February 2002
Ed meets a new woman Jennifer who encourages him to do crazy things and he believes they have a connection. Molly is devastated to learn Jim is married. Warren has an unflattering video of Carol and wants to broadcast it.

Season 2, Episode 15: Nice Guys Finish Last

6 March 2002
Ed helps mild mannered attorney Barry Glerp take on a huge trucking firm disrupting the quiet town. Dennis gives a too honest critique of a story Carol wrote. Molly won't listen to Jim's explanation of his marriage.

Season 2, Episode 16: Wheel of Justice

27 March 2002

Season 2, Episode 17: Lloyd

3 April 2002
Ed's brother Lloyd visits with a plan to double the bowling alley's profits. Nancy gets involved with someone from an online Billy Joel fan club.

Season 2, Episode 18: Trust

10 April 2002
Mike's casual attitude at work leads to a sexual harassment suit and he doubts Ed is the lawyer for him. Carol tries to write an interesting article for the local paper but finds only normalcy. Phil strikes because of Ed's take home food policy.

Season 2, Episode 19: The Shot

24 April 2002
Ed is excited about getting a second chance at a crucial basketball shot he missed in high school. Phil tries to help facilitate a relationship between Shirley and Jack. Molly finally ends things with Jim after seeing him with his wife.

Season 2, Episode 20: Power of the Person

1 May 2002
Ed is estatic when asked to coach the high school quiz bowl team. Carol asks him to pay special attention to Gary who has low self esteem. Dennis starts drinking again. Phil promotes fight night at the bowling alley.

Tom Cavanagh ... Ed Stevens

Julie Bowen ... Carol Vessey

Jana Marie Hupp ... Nancy Burton

Josh Randall ... Mike Burton
Lesley Boone ... Molly Hudson

Michael Ian Black ... Phil Stubbs

Rachel Cronin ... Shirley Pifko

Mike Starr ... Kenny Sandusky

Justin Long ... Warren Cheswick

John Slattery ... Dennis Martino

Michael Genadry ... Mark Vanacore (as Michael R. Genadry)

Ginnifer Goodwin ... Diane Snyder
Charlotte Colavin ... Mrs. Snyder

Craig Wroe ... Father Thomas
Frederick B. Owens ... Reverend Isaac (as Frederick Owens)
Jimmy Archer ... Referee

Steve Beauchamp ... Reporter

Teddy Coluca ... Ben (as Ted Coluca)

Brian Donahue ... Carl
Shannon Emerick ... Kimberly

Claude Jay ... Choir Member
Alan Kalter ... Roger Gable

John Patrick McLaughlin ... Roy (as John P. McLaughlin)
Uzi Parnes ... Male Customer

James Ransone ... Gary Morton
Joel Rooks ... Rabbi Shmulowitz

Jason Horton ... High School Student (uncredited)

Rick Lundgren ... Dwight (high school student) (uncredited)
Steven Weisz ... Fight Patron (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: Memory Lane

8 May 2002
Ed makes a drastic move to derail Dennis and Carol's relationship when they are planning on moving in together. Warren wants to ask Diane out but now has competition from Mark. Dennis makes a point concerning a student election.

Tom Cavanagh ... Ed Stevens

Julie Bowen ... Carol Vessey

Jana Marie Hupp ... Nancy Burton

Josh Randall ... Mike Burton
Lesley Boone ... Molly Hudson

Michael Ian Black ... Phil Stubbs

Rachel Cronin ... Shirley Pifko

Mike Starr ... Kenny Sandusky

Justin Long ... Warren Cheswick

John Slattery ... Dennis Martino

Andy Powers ... Paul Fontana

Alice Drummond ... Mrs. Shroeder

Michael Genadry ... Mark Vanacore (as Michael R. Genadry)

Ginnifer Goodwin ... Diane Snyder
John Carter ... John Emerson
Rachel Black ... Lauren Patrusky

Tibor Feldman ... Foto Farm Owner

Philip Hoffman ... Opposing Lawyer
Nicholas Kepros ... Jeweler

June Diane Raphael ... Student

Casey Wilson ... Student (as Casey Rose Wilson)

Greg D'Agostino ... Student (uncredited)

Jason Horton ... High School Student (uncredited)

Daniel Koenig ... High School Student (uncredited)

Elizabeth Logan ... High School Student (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: Last Chance

15 May 2002
During the end of school year carnival Warren handles Mark and Diane's dating immaturely. Ed and Carol get stuck on the ferris wheel and discuss their feelings. Phil tries to rig the Stuckeyville talent competition so he can win.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Human Nature

25 September 2002
Carol is upset with Ed over kissing her when she's about to leave with Dennis. Ed takes the case of Jack Carmichael, who's being prosecuted for conning people including Mike. Kenny bowls a perfect game, quits and leaves town.

Season 3, Episode 2: Miss Stuckeyville

2 October 2002
Ed and Carol spar about her upcoming wedding, Ed trying to convince her it's a big mistake. Diane enters the Miss Stuckey pageant and plans on reciting poetry. Eli is hired to replace Kenny, which leads to major issues with Phil.

Season 3, Episode 3: The Road

9 October 2002
Ed leaves town to avoid the run up to Carol's marriage. Nancy is given the challenge of problem student Johnny to get the counselor job. Carol gives in to Dennis on a wedding detail and starts resenting it.

Season 3, Episode 4: Charlotte & Wilbur

16 October 2002
Ed steps in for Eli in an upcoming jitterbug contest. Warren protests the concept of the SAT tests and tries to lead a boycott. Carol breaks the news of her engagement to her father Richard but he has a surprise of his own.

Season 3, Episode 5: The Divorce

30 October 2002
Ed is hired by a radio team Desmond and Curtis to help them but things get worse things due to Carol. Mike and Nancy go to a counselor to deal with minor annoyances. Carol and Ed face a friendship crossroads because of the wedding.

Season 3, Episode 6: May the Best Man Win

6 November 2002
Ed is suprisingly going to be best man for Dennis and lets Phil plan the bachelor party. The two rivals for Carol get along briefly at the celebration but they revert to form at the pie shop the next day.

Season 3, Episode 7: The Wedding

13 November 2002
Ed, with Jennifer's encouragement, plans on riding a horse into Carol's wedding proclaiming his love. Warren meets older Stella and thinks it might lead to a big moment. A remark from her father gives Carol pause about marrying.

Season 3, Episode 8: Trapped

20 November 2002
Ed and Carol are locked in the Stuckeybowl by their friends.

Season 3, Episode 9: Makeovers

11 December 2002
Lloyd is back but needs Ed's help because of his involvement in a pyramid scheme. Ed agrees but this might be the the breaking point with his brother. Concern for Mark's health grows after his father has a heart attack because of his weight.

Season 3, Episode 10: Neighbors

18 December 2002
Ed is upset when a new lawyer in town encourages neighbors to sue each other and develops a crazy scheme to end the animosity. Carol tells Molly to go for the principal job. Phil intends on being the new diet sandwich king.

Season 3, Episode 11: Frankie

8 January 2003
Ed is approached by Frankie, a newly minted attorney, who hopes Ed will hire her. Molly tries to be the principal everyone likes but it backfires. Warren, Diane, and Eli decide to make Mark's last meal before surgery memorable.

Season 3, Episode 12: Partners

15 January 2003
Ed and Frankie work together while taking the case of a man who is suing his sister for outing him, and Mike learns that Dr. Jerome is trying to sabotage him.

Season 3, Episode 13: Hyenas & Wildebeests

22 January 2003
Carol is sued for a negative restaurant review by Rich Keenan, a bully when they were young. Ed and Frankie take her case. Molly tries to help awkward Ryan and has a connection with his dad Sean. Phil promotes extreme bowling.

Season 3, Episode 14: The Case

5 February 2003
Ed and Frankie end up with a murder case when they defend Danny Martin, whose best friend died while they reenacted a school prank. Molly grows closer with firefighter Sean but errors when trying to help him with his son Ryan.

Tom Cavanagh ... Ed Stevens

Julie Bowen ... Carol Vessey

Jana Marie Hupp ... Nancy Burton (credit only)

Josh Randall ... Mike Burton (credit only)
Lesley Boone ... Molly Hudson

Michael Ian Black ... (credit only)

Rachel Cronin ... Shirley Pifko (credit only)

Justin Long ... Warren Cheswick (credit only)

Daryl Mitchell ... Eli Goggins

Michael Genadry ... Mark Vanacore (credit only)

Sabrina Lloyd ... Frankie Hector

Thomas F. Wilson ... Sean Nowell (as Tom Wilson)

William Sadler ... Lee Leetch

Daniel Sunjata ... Danny Martin (as Daniel Sunjata Condon)

Elena Aaron ... Anna Gaydosh Martin

Bradford Anderson ... Nerd #2
Marissa Copeland ... Kelly Kolcheck
Kathleen Lancaster ... Danielle Bouvier
Denise Lute ... Judge Metzger

Ben Rauch ... Nerd #1
Matt Stadelmann ... Ryan Nowell

Ted Sutton ... Al Pavlik

Mike Timoney ... Detective Henderson

Susan Varon ... Jury forewoman

Season 3, Episode 15: Blips

12 February 2003
Ed becomes concerned about how he will be remembered. Carol's sister Stella returns followed by her much older boyfriend Evan. Warren makes an unusual Valentine's Day gesture to Stella. Phil and Eli compete to create a Happy Birthday song.

Season 3, Episode 16: Good Advice

19 February 2003
Ed acts the good samaritan during a car accident but is sued by when an injury incurs so Frankie becomes his lawyer. Warren rushes things with Stella after their night together. Molly and Sean grow even closer.

Season 3, Episode 17: Captain Lucidity

26 February 2003
Ed is trying to decide whether it would be a good idea to date Frankie. He enters a dream state with Mike as his companion where he revisits moments of his oast and some possible futures. Versions of Taye Diggs even appear.

Tom Cavanagh ... Ed Stevens

Julie Bowen ... Carol Vessey

Jana Marie Hupp ... Nancy Burton

Josh Randall ... Mike Burton
Lesley Boone ... Molly Hudson

Michael Ian Black ... Phil Stubbs

Rachel Cronin ... Shirley Pifko

Justin Long ... Warren Cheswick

Daryl Mitchell ... Eli Goggins

Michael Genadry ... Mark Vanacore

Sabrina Lloyd ... Frankie Hector
Richard Easton ... Judge Travis R. Donnelly
Elizabeth Connors ... Ms. Verdon (as Elizabeth Hanly Rice)

Taye Diggs ... Himself
Mike Braun ... Drums
Rafael Cabrera ... Secret service
Jeff Catania ... Lead guitar
Corinne Chandler ... 13 year old girl
Mick Cubbler ... 13 year old Mike
Charlie Dechant ... Saxophone

Will Denton ... Glenn

Daryl Hall ... Himself
Gabriel Jacobs ... 8 year old Ed
Lydia Jordan ... Joanne Ofano
Mickey Kelly ... Duncan
John Korba ... Keyboard
Samantha Lucier ... Megan
Dajon Matthews ... Young Taye Diggs
Dennis McGeady ... Vice president

Abbe Meryl Feder ... Mindy

John Oates ... Himself
Dave Pierini ... Larry Shanuzzi
Tanner James Rich ... 13 year old Ed

Jack Rovello ... 8 year old Mike

Amanda Jane Stern ... Carly (as Amanda Stern)
Al Tarantal ... Albert Einstein
Tbone Wolk ... Bass guitar (as Tom Wolk)

Stéphanye Dussud ... Stuckeybowler (uncredited)

Angela Frye ... Smiling goat patron (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 18: Business as Usual

5 March 2003
Ed and Frankie take the next step by sleeping together with Carol perplexed with her feelings when she finds out. Toby Gibbons tries to mediate between Mike and Dr. Jerome. Mark feels guilty when Jimmy's gastric goes wrong.

Season 3, Episode 19: Babysitting

12 March 2003
Ed babysits for the Burtons, while they go on a romantic getaway.

Season 3, Episode 20: Second Chances

28 March 2003
While Ed tells Frankie about his story with Carol, Eli meets some friends from the past.

Season 3, Episode 21: The Movie

4 April 2003
While a movie is being shot in the bowling alley, Ed and Carol relive some moments from their past and Frankie tries to reconcile her past and her present.

Season 3, Episode 22: The Decision

11 April 2003
Ed and Frankie face difficult decisions, while Stuckeybowl celebrates its 75th anniversary.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: New School

24 September 2003
Ed and Carol move out of friend zone into dating but discover they don't inspire each other in the bedroom. Mike and Nancy buy a purebred dog but must sue the breeder for fraud. Eli finds a source for terrific pies that sell really well.

Tom Cavanagh ... Ed Stevens

Julie Bowen ... Carol Vessey

Jana Marie Hupp ... Nancy Burton

Josh Randall ... Mike Burton
Lesley Boone ... Molly Hudson

Michael Ian Black ... Phil Stubbs

Rachel Cronin ... Shirley Pifko

Justin Long ... Warren Cheswick (credit only)

Daryl Mitchell ... Eli Goggins

Michael Genadry ... Mark Vanacore (credit only)

Marcy Harriell ... Jennifer Young

Mo Rocca ... Gideon Mandel

Paolo Andino ... Fencing Instructor

James Barbour ... Fred

Helmar Augustus Cooper ... Judge Gerald P. Henderson

Michele Karmin ... Beverly Jermaine

Jaret Martino ... Student

Alexandra Neil ... Mandel's attorney
Keith Reddin ... Mr. Henderson
Lauren Thomas ... Sarah Burton
Morgan Thomas ... Sarah Burton

Audrey Wauchope ... Sam / Teachers Pet (as Audrey Alison)

Season 4, Episode 2: New Car Smell

1 October 2003
Ed's cousin Benny arrives in Stuckeyville to shoot a documentary on the only bowling alley owning attorney he knows. His friends either reveal their quirks like Mike and Nancy or do elaborate skits for the film as does Phil and Eli.

Season 4, Episode 3: The Dream

8 October 2003
Ed and Mike fulfill a long time dream by purchasing a race horse. Warren puts off college following Carol's advice which angers his parents. Eli has a disagreement with Jennifer, his pie supplier, and is mistaken for a faith healer.

Season 4, Episode 4: History Lessons

15 October 2003
A historian discredits Stuckeyville's founder and his Revolutionary War hero status so Ed takes it to court. Nancy wants Mike to list everything he doesn't want their daughter to know. Ed becomes obsessed with a man from Carol's past.

Season 4, Episode 5: Death, Debt & Dating

22 October 2003
Ed represents Doug who is being sued by his father for school tuition after he quits school. Molly becomes intrigued by a new guy Ted but is still seeing Sean. Mike and Nancy devise a test to pick Sarah's guardian among their friends.

Season 4, Episode 6: The Offer

29 October 2003
Carol is offered a writing job in New York leaving Ed with a decision to make. When he decides he will move with her it causes ripple effects. Mike feels the need to audition for a new best friend and Stuckey Bowl's employees are worried.

Season 4, Episode 7: Goodbye Stuckeyville

5 November 2003
As the residents of Stuckeyville put together Carol's going-away celebration, Ed struggles to decide whether he should follow her to New York or stay put.

Season 4, Episode 8: Therapy

12 November 2003
Ed starts attending therapy sessions to cope with his long distance relationship, and Eli seeks advice over his feelings for Jennifer.

Season 4, Episode 9: The Proposal

19 November 2003
Ed's plans to propose to Carol in New York become complicated when she returns to Stuckeyville for Thanksgiving, and he is forced to rethink his strategy.

Season 4, Episode 10: Just a Formality

10 December 2003

Season 4, Episode 11: Home for Christmas

17 December 2003


Tom Cavanagh ... Ed Stevens

Julie Bowen ... Carol Vessey

Jana Marie Hupp ... Nancy Burton

Josh Randall ... Mike Burton
Lesley Boone ... Molly Hudson

Michael Ian Black ... (credit only)

Rachel Cronin ... Shirley Pifko (credit only)

Justin Long ... Warren Cheswick (credit only)

Daryl Mitchell ... Eli Goggins (credit only)

Michael Genadry ... Mark Vanacore (credit only)

Mike Doyle ... Joel McHale
Jack Willis ... Donald McHale

Guy Boyd ... Mr. Haggedorn

Julia Murney ... Amanda Williams
Brian Reddy ... Owen
Ken Jennings

Mädchen Amick ... Celeste 'CeCe' Royce

Jim Croft ... Surgeon

Kevin Kenny ... Stuckeyville Student
J. King ... Cop

Roger Rathburn ... Neighbor
John D. Bair ... Ed's Friend (uncredited)

David J. Cummins ... Partygoer (uncredited)
James D. Faulkner ... Nieghbor (uncredited)

Susan McBrien ... Christmas Caroler (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 12: The Process

7 January 2004
Ed gives advice he soon regrets regarding pre-nups to Mr. Mazula. Carol is under a lot of pressure between wedding planning and publishing deadlines until Molly steps in. Mike crumbles when he takes on more decision making.

Season 4, Episode 13: Back in the Saddle

9 January 2004
Ed's ex-wife Liz shows up and needs extensive legal help from Ed which makes Carol uncomfortable. Toby, a student in Carol's writing class, makes a concerted effort for Carol to start dating him despite her engagement to Ed.

Season 4, Episode 14: Hidden Agendas

16 January 2004
Ed's ex-wife Liz returns with a business idea to interest Ed and gives him an valuable gift which concerns Carol. Eli's attempt to save the community center leads to a radio job. Gunther, an exchange student, makes a move on Nancy.

Season 4, Episode 15: Pressure Points

23 January 2004
Ed is concerned about his image after he, Carol, and Liz are robbed at gunpoint. Eli mishandles a listener request and Jennifer feels his radio job interferes with their relationship. Mike deals with the fallout when he parents have a problem.

Tom Cavanagh ... Ed Stevens

Julie Bowen ... Carol Vessey

Jana Marie Hupp ... Nancy Burton

Josh Randall ... Mike Burton
Lesley Boone ... Molly Hudson

Michael Ian Black ... Phil Stubbs

Rachel Cronin ... Shirley Pifko

Justin Long ... Warren Cheswick (credit only)

Daryl Mitchell ... Eli Goggins

Michael Genadry ... Mark Vanacore (credit only)

Marcy Harriell ... Jennifer Young

Lea Thompson ... Liz Stevens

Blair Brown ... Mary Burton

Burt Reynolds ... Russ Burton

Amy Sedaris ... Kate McCormick

Jeff McCarthy ... Jerry Caravolo

Clay Aiken ... Himself
Sally Leung Bayer ... Customer
Crystal Bock ... Mrs. Davis

Steven Boyer ... Mugger
Aisha De Haas ... Officer #2

Dennis Jay Funny ... Radio Station Salesman (as Dennis Funny)

Martin Kildare ... Officer #1

Troy Metcalf ... Aaron Conway
Brett Tabisel ... Producer

Season 4, Episode 16: Best Wishes

30 January 2004
With Ed and Carol's wedding happening soon Lloyd and Stella reappear. Lloyd has tax problems and expects Ed to fix it. Stella starts things back up with Warren and Carol disapproves. Mike and Nancy compete to see who is sicker.

Season 4, Episode 17: Happily Ever After

6 February 2004
Ed is inspired to have a circus themed wedding and Carol agrees. Molly and Nancy try to stop it with second thoughts occurring mid vows. Mike takes one last bet. Warren and Mark do a hilarious homage to Ed's courtship of Carol.

Tom Cavanagh ... Ed Stevens

Julie Bowen ... Carol Vessey

Jana Marie Hupp ... Nancy Burton

Josh Randall ... Mike Burton
Lesley Boone ... Molly Hudson

Michael Ian Black ... Phil Stubbs

Rachel Cronin ... Shirley Pifko

Justin Long ... Warren Cheswick

Daryl Mitchell ... Eli Goggins

Michael Genadry ... Mark Vanacore

Marcy Harriell ... Jennifer Young

Nicki Aycox ... Stella Vessey

Dan Lauria ... Richard Vessey

Philip Bosco ... Alan Stevens (as Phil Bosco)
Jane Summerhays ... Natalie Stevens
Jon Beckerman ... Sasha
Jeffrey T. Bernstein ... Smiling Goat Patron #4
Wendy Bilton ... Bridesmaid #3

James Thomas Bligh ... Jim Stevens

Jennifer Lynn Buonantony ... Carol's Friend
Rob Burnett ... Godfrey

Amber Cather ... Dancer
Lisa Emery ... Rita Vessey
Jagger Kaye ... Don

Kevin Kenny ... Stuckeyville Bowler

Wallace Little ... Jimmy Ressler

John E. Mack ... Maintenance Man (as John McGinty)
Edwin McDonough ... Reverend Carp
Sylvia Pop ... Stripper #2

Anthony J. Ribustello ... Mitch Martel
Frances Scerbo ... Organist

Gurdeep Singh ... Tajinder
Jennifer Spiller ... Stripper #1
Jeffrey Thompson ... Stripper Handler

Rebecca Halpin ... Carol's Friend (uncredited)
Joe Mancini ... Ed's Friend (uncredited)

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