Undeclared (2001–2003)

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College freshman Steve Karp and his fellow dorm-mates embark on one the greatest experiences of their lives...unfortunately for Steve, his lonely and recently divorced father is tagging along for the ride.

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 Steven Karp (17 episodes, 2001-2003)
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 Lizzie Exley (17 episodes, 2001-2003)
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 Lloyd Haythe (17 episodes, 2001-2003)
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 Rachel Lindquist (17 episodes, 2001-2003)
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 Ron Garner (17 episodes, 2001-2003)
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 Marshall Nesbitt (17 episodes, 2001-2003)
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 Hal Karp (13 episodes, 2001-2003)
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 Perry (12 episodes, 2001-2003)
Christina Payano ...
 Tina Ellroy / ... (11 episodes, 2001-2003)
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 Adam / ... (8 episodes, 2001-2003)
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 Jeremy (8 episodes, 2001-2002)
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 Eric (7 episodes, 2001-2002)
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College freshman Steve Karp and his fellow dorm-mates embark on one the greatest experiences of their lives...unfortunately for Steve, his lonely and recently divorced father is tagging along for the ride.

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Forget about home. There's no place like a co-ed dorm.

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The show's characters where based on the actual actors playing them and the series pilot wasn't written until all the actors were cast. The pilot episode was largely improvised with the actors making up most of their own dialogue. See more »

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The exterior shot of the dorm the characters reside in is only 3 stories high, yet the characters live on the 4th floor and Hillary lives on the 10th floor. See more »

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Lizzie Exley: [everyone has just discovered Steven's Dad nailing his R.A] You want your dad to give you space. Well, you should give him space. How would you feel if he said we couldn't go out?
Steven Karp: I guess so. God, this sucks.
Ron Garner: Yeah, man. Let's go back and see if they're doing the hog.
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Each episode has a scene or outtake during the end credits. See more »

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Referenced in Freaks and Geeks: Noshing and Moshing (2000) See more »

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No Freaks and Geeks, but it was good (and getting better every episode)
14 September 2008 | by (Saint Paul, MN) – See all my reviews

Apatow's followup to Freaks and Geeks was this Fox series, about college freshmen living dorm life. Watching this after F&G was probably a mistake, because it pales in comparison. Or at least it seems to at first. It's more sit-commy, and at only a half-hour, compared to the full hour of the earlier show, it doesn't seem to have the time to develop its characters. Over the first half of the episodes or so, I was thinking it was okay, but not too much over mediocre. But then I started to latch onto it, started to like its quirky sensibilities. It may be closer to a sit-com than F&G, but it's no Home Improvement or Full House. The show stars Jay Baruchel as Steven, a skinny, geeky kid who is attending a college so close to home his dad (Loudon Wainwright III) pops in to visit him frequently, much to his mortification. Lizzie (Carla Gallo) is the girl whom Steven falls for right off the bat, and who quickly submits to his advances to spite her obsessive, 25 year-old boyfriend, Eric (Jason Segel, who isn't a regular but pops up every couple of episodes). Lloyd (Charlie Hunnam) is Steven's British roommate who can bed pretty much any girl he sets his eyes on. Their neighbors are Ken (Seth Rogan) and Marshall (Timm Sharp), while Rachel (Monica Keena) rooms with Lizzie. Several famous guest stars pop up in the series, including Adam Sandler, Will Ferrell, Amy Poehler and Ben Stiller, all of whom are hilarious. A lot of the actors from F&G also appear, and it's a delight every time they do. Even though I did eventually like the show, I had problems with it. I really disliked the British kid, whom, for the longest time, I thought wasn't British but just feigning an accent. Turns out he really is British, but he's still mostly insufferable. The Rachel character was also pretty boring. Apatow's movies have been frequently criticized for lacking strong female characters, a criticism I do actually agree with. Freaks and Geeks, despite only having two major female characters, doesn't fall into that criticism, but Undeclared does. Lizzie and Rachel are mostly there just for sex, while the guys are usually involved in much more interesting situations. The show is pretty sex-obsessed. Of course, college freshmen are, too, at least the guys, and definitely some of the girls. But, I don't know, when I was lived in the dorm, the existence of sex was taken mostly on hearsay. The couple of people I did know who got laid in the dorms were either total jerks or ended up living out their time there very awkwardly avoiding the person or persons they slept with. I think the Fox factor was working here (F&G was on NBC, fwiw). The best episodes are the ones with Jason Segel, who is often accompanied by his co-workers from the copy shop, David Krumholtz and Kyle Gass. Segel was one of the best actors in F&G, and he's extremely hilarious here, especially the episode where he discovers that Lizzie slept with Steven.


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