Tom wants to impress Mary on their first date together.....so he takes her to his favorite place, the elevator at his office building. Here you find all of the familiar characters that never want to leave....because while some may not see the magic, this elevator is the best bar and nightspot in town.

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Andrew Jedlicka ...
Gus
Patrick Reardon ...
Tom
Kristopher Schwalenberg ...
Bathrobe Guy
Jamie Stein ...
Mickey
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Mary
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Tom wants to impress Mary on their first date together.....so he takes her to his favorite place, the elevator at his office building. Here you find all of the familiar characters that never want to leave....because while some may not see the magic, this elevator is the best bar and nightspot in town. Written by oawfc

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Life has its ups and downs....have them in an elevator!

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Short | Comedy

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3 March 2006 (USA)  »

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$21,786 (estimated)
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Filmed entirely in a working elevator. Elevators are known as one of the most difficult places to film in, due to the confined space, motion and noise. See more »

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Bathrobe Guy: We'll need a miracle to get out of this one!
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Comedy Up
23 September 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

A spoof on "Cheers" and "Highway to Heaven", "Going Up" was a pilot for a series where the hang out spot was an elevator. Whether hanging out with friends or entertaining a date, the elevator was the place to be for the characters of this series – through this concept didn't sit well with their dates.

The elevator operator of "Going Up" was an angel who would help the other characters with their problems. Though the concept sounds cheesy, the smoothly written script played up the humour in all the right places. Cheese can work – as long as you're aware you're cheesy and you're using it to your advantage.


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