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"Men of a Certain Age" (2009) More at IMDbPro »

Season: 1 | 2
Year: 2009 | 2010 | 2011


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

7 December 2009
Joe, Owen and Terry have been friends for years. Joe, a party-store owner who once had dreams of being a professional golfer, struggles with his recent separation from his wife. Owen, an auto salesman, tries to make ends meet while working for his demanding father. And Terry, a handsome part-time actor, hopes to recapture the glory of his past. Between daily lunches at a local diner and hikes in the hills overlooking Los Angeles, the three do their best to support each other through the challenges mid-life throws at them.

Ray Romano ... Joe Tranelli

Scott Bakula ... Terry Elliott

Andre Braugher ... Owen Thoreau Jr.

LisaGay Hamilton ... Melissa

Richard Gant ... Owen Thoreau Sr.

Brian White ... Marcus

Kwesi Boakye ... Jaime Thoreau

Brittany Curran ... Lucy

Kyle Davis ... Steve

Braeden Lemasters ... Albert

Little JJ ... DaShaun (as James 'Lil' JJ' Lewis)
Isaiah Montgomery ... Michael Thoreau

Penelope Ann Miller ... Sonia Tranelli

Michael Hitchcock ... Dave

Ken Jeong ... Kuo

Carla Gallo ... Annie

Matt Price ... Lawrence

Jon Manfrellotti ... Manfro

Albert Hall ... Bruce

Brenda Ballard ... Mrs. Lampley
Tom Carey ... Mr. Lampley

Kristen Cloke ... Beth
Robert Corvin ... Auditioning Actor

Patricia De Leon ... Fantasy woman

Shelly Desai ... Carlos

Paul Ganus ... Murray

Mandy Kaplan ... Erin
Patrick Kelly ... Don

Nancy Thurston ... Mom

Tom Yi ... Dr. Zinn

Andy Scott Harris ... Neighborhood Boy (uncredited)

David Hill ... Car Salesman (uncredited)
Lauren Ingmire ... Neighborhood Girl (uncredited)
Norma Jean ... Waitress (uncredited)

Cassie Jordan ... Speed Walker Mom (uncredited)
Gregg Lee ... Restaurant patron (uncredited)

Rae Sunshine Lee ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Joseph Martinez ... Busboy (uncredited)

Emily Rios ... Maria (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Let It Go

14 December 2009
Joe has been living in a hotel since separating from his wife, Sonia, but he's starting to think about finding an apartment. Owen, who is one of the auto dealership's weakest salesmen, winds up with an embarrassing dealer car, one his wife simply will not accept. And Terry goes overboard trying to track down a man who nearly ran him over.

Season 1, Episode 3: Mind's Eye

21 December 2009
Joe tries to connect better with his son, Albert, by teaching him golf. But when the school golf team is ready to compete in a tournament, Albert is reluctant to get on the bus. Owen is determined to get his sales figures up while at the same time not feeling bad about himself for ripping customers off. And Terry gets into his character a little too much when a coworker asks him and an actress to pretend to be an interested homebuyer at an open house.

Ray Romano ... Joe Tranelli

Scott Bakula ... Terry Elliott

Andre Braugher ... Owen Thoreau Jr.

LisaGay Hamilton ... Melissa

Richard Gant ... Owen Thoreau Sr.

Braeden Lemasters ... Albert

Little JJ ... DaShaun (as James 'Lil' JJ' Lewis)

Brian White ... Marcus

Cynthia Watros ... Erica

Michael Hitchcock ... Dave

Albert Hall ... Bruce

Valarie Rae Miller ... Alexis

Matt Price ... Lawrence

Daniel Zacapa ... Javier

Shelly Desai ... Carlos

Holt Boggs ... Army Soldier

Aimee Carrero ... Adriana
Al Brown ... Crabby Old Man

Jason Duplissea ... Cautious Customer

Louis Herthum ... Coach Ford Jonathan

Bo Kane ... Texas Husband

Tatum Shank ... Ken the Boyfriend

Jennifer Shumaker ... Harried Mother

David Jean Thomas ... Older Gentleman

Tim Trobec ... Baseball Cap

Hayley J Williams ... Mrs. Fisher

Bobby Aronofsky ... Car Salesman (uncredited)

Macee Binns ... Waitress (uncredited)
Lary Crews ... Car Buyer (uncredited)
Norma Jean ... Waitress (uncredited)
Joseph Martinez ... Busboy (uncredited)

Kirsten Maryott ... Sporty Home Buyer (uncredited)
Holly Weber ... New Jenny (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: The New Guy

28 December 2009
The Thoreaus join Joe's ex-wife and her new boyfriend at a charity auction for a school in which Terry is the auctioneer and he runs into an old flame.

Ray Romano ... Joe Tranelli

Scott Bakula ... Terry Elliott

Andre Braugher ... Owen Thoreau Jr.

LisaGay Hamilton ... Melissa

Penelope Ann Miller ... Sonia Tranelli

Jon Manfrellotti ... Manfro

Jessica Lundy ... Brenda Blye

Rob Moran ... Harold

Michael Hitchcock ... Dave

Wendy Braun ... Dana

Jennifer Biederman ... Mom #1

Roxanne Beckford ... Mom #2

Carol Herman ... Old Lady
Paula Nichols ... Furry Boots

Vanessa Ragland ... Drunk Teacher
Mike Randleman ... Jack Patterson

Marla Schultz ... French Teacher
Ashley Adamczyk ... Hiker (uncredited)
Julia Martin ... Waitress (uncredited)
Maria Zambrana ... Teacher (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Powerless

4 January 2010
The construction at Owen's house is shut down by the city when it is discovered that the contractor, who has now disappeared, never filed the proper permits. To make matters worse, the electricity is out, forcing Owen and his family to temporarily stay with his parents. Meanwhile, Joe worries that his daughter's ex-boyfriend might be stalking her.

Ray Romano ... Joe Tranelli

Scott Bakula ... Terry Elliott

Andre Braugher ... Owen Thoreau Jr.

LisaGay Hamilton ... Melissa

Richard Gant ... Owen Thoreau Sr.

Kwesi Boakye ... Jamie Thoreau

Brittany Curran ... Lucy

Braeden Lemasters ... Albert

Little JJ ... DaShaun (as James 'Lil' JJ' Lewis)
Isaiah Montgomery ... Michael Thoreau

Penelope Ann Miller ... Sonia Tranelli

Marshall Allman ... Travis
Lillian Lehman ... Sharon Thoreau

Brian Scolaro

Carla Gallo ... Annie

Matt Price ... Lawrence

Mo Collins ... Laura

Emily Rios ... Maria

Jim Gleason ... Powers

Richard A. Romano ... Cop #1 (as Richard Romano)

David Haley ... Cop #2

Mousa Kraish ... Kevin

Maurice Patton ... Valet

Glenn Taranto ... Irate Contractor

Macee Binns ... Waitress (uncredited)
Crystal Leah Chacon ... File Clerk (uncredited)
Rico Devereaux ... Actor (uncredited)

Toby Holguin ... Bike Messenger (uncredited)
Norma Jean ... Waitress (uncredited)
Joseph Martinez ... Busboy (uncredited)
Robert McEvilly ... Deputy Sheriff Kearns (uncredited)
Eric Shackelford ... Contractor (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Go with the Flow

28 December 2009
Joe recounts the tale of the first date he's gone on in 20 years. The misadventures include a black eye, a potentially embarrassing encounter with one of his employees, an unfortunate piece of advice from Terry, an anxious Little Leaguer and a poorly placed lamp.

Ray Romano ... Joe Tranelli

Scott Bakula ... Terry Elliott

Andre Braugher ... Owen Thoreau Jr.

LisaGay Hamilton ... Melissa

Little JJ ... DaShaun (as James 'Lil' JJ' Lewis)

Sarah Clarke ... Dory

Jon Manfrellotti ... Manfro

Emily Rios ... Maria

Dennis Cockrum ... Albert's Coach

Paul Darrigo ... Opposing Coach

Shelly Desai ... Carlos

Braeden Lemasters ... Albert
Larry Udy ... Umpire

Kyle Davis ... Steve (uncredited)

Dennis Haskins ... Mark Slattiver (uncredited)
Norma Jean ... Waitress (uncredited)

Raymond Ma ... Asian Golfer #1 (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Father's Fraternity

4 January 2010
Joe goes to see his retired father, who gives new meaning to the word grumpy. Owen's wife and mother get upset when a commercial for the auto dealership implies that Owen's co-worker, Marcus, is actually Owen Sr.'s son. And Terry becomes obsessed over finding out why he has been rejected for a youth mentoring program.

Ray Romano ... Joe Tranelli

Scott Bakula ... Terry Elliott

Andre Braugher ... Owen Thoreau Jr.

LisaGay Hamilton ... Melissa

Richard Gant ... Owen Thoreau Sr.

Brian White ... Marcus

Little JJ ... DaShaun (as James 'Lil' JJ' Lewis)

Braeden Lemasters ... Albert
Isaiah Montgomery ... Michael Thoreau

Robert Loggia ... Artie
Lillian Lehman ... Sharon Thoreau

Michael Hitchcock ... Dave

Emily Rios ... Maria

Carla Gallo ... Annie

Patricia De Leon ... Fantasy woman

Shelly Desai ... Carlos

Matt Price ... Lawrence

Lance Barber ... Hardware Store Manager

Kwesi Boakye ... Jamie Thoreau

Brittany Curran ... Lucy

Wendy Haines ... Director

Michael Patrick McGill ... Jack

J.R. Nutt ... Justy

Kit Pongetti ... Kristina

Nicholas Sadler ... Repairman

Macee Binns ... Waitress (uncredited)

Seth Donavan ... Party Shopper (uncredited)
Eric Shackelford ... Contractor (uncredited)

Chris Spinelli ... Commercial Grip (uncredited)
Christopher D. Turner ... Restoration USA Employee (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: You Gonna Do That the Rest of Your Life?

1 February 2010
Joe's bookie finds out Joe used to be a professional golfer and decides to use him to hustle a couple of guys. Owen's family becomes concerned over his increasing weight. And Terry gets a new apartment, but the apartment manager job that comes with it is a bit much to handle.

Season 1, Episode 9: How to Be an All-Star

15 February 2010
Joe is desperate to buy a house after his son's anxiety issues worsen. Terry must face the dire condition of his acting career when he meets a successful buddy from his past. At the dealership, Owen and the sales team confront a particularly tough customer.

Ray Romano ... Joe Tranelli

Scott Bakula ... Terry Elliott

Andre Braugher ... Owen Thoreau Jr.

LisaGay Hamilton ... Melissa

Richard Gant ... Owen Thoreau Sr.

Brian White ... Marcus

Brittany Curran ... Lucy

Braeden Lemasters ... Albert

Penelope Ann Miller ... Sonia Tranelli

Sarah Clarke ... Dory

Jon Manfrellotti ... Manfro
Lillian Lehman ... Sharon Thoreau

Valarie Rae Miller ... Alexis

Salvator Xuereb ... Bobby

Carla Gallo ... Annie

Andrew Friedman ... Dex

Matt Price ... Lawrence

Matt Bushell ... Rusty

William Nicol

Michelle Celeste ... Starlet
Monique Crockett ... 7th grader Detention student

Lou DiMaggio ... Patrick

Justin Dray ... Julian

Kai Elle ... Jenny (as Kyle Lardner)

James Giordano ... Ben (as Jim Giordano)

Steven Gridley ... Rocker

Michael Merton ... Young Doctor

Daniel Nguyen ... Diner Patron

Tom E. Nicholson ... Johnny Gaffer

Elisabeth Noone ... Older Woman

Anthony Skordi ... Tilburn

Troy Vincent ... Mr. Wooliver

Laura Wernette ... Real Estate Agent
Norma Jean ... Waitress (uncredited)
Julia Martin ... Starlet (uncredited)

Sandra Milliner ... Colleen (uncredited)
Marisa Sullivan ... Reporter (uncredited)

Jordan Van Vranken ... 7th grade detention student (uncredited)
Marta Zolynska ... Nikki (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Back in the Sh*t

23 February 2010
Feeling guilty about his rapid downward spiral, which includes out of control gambling and having to cut back on staff at his store, Joe decides to stop gambling. Owen finds a new sense of purpose when he goes to work for a rival auto dealership following his father's decision to turn management over to Marcus. And Terry's life spins out of control when his gig on a movie results in disasters at the apartment complex he manages.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: If I Could, I Surely Would

6 December 2010
Joe is determined to get himself back in good shape on the golf course, but having to get up at the crack of dawn to practice is starting to wear on him.

Season 2, Episode 2: Same as the Old Boss

13 December 2010
Joe attempts to stick to a schedule that will allow him time to practice his golf game, but it's a fruitless endeavor.

Season 2, Episode 3: Cold Calls

20 December 2010
Joe finds himself dating two women at the same time, but he's not quite sure how to handle the situation.

Season 2, Episode 4: The Bad Guy

27 December 2010
In the midst of finalizing his divorce, Joe makes a surprising discovery about his teenage daughter.

Season 2, Episode 5: And Then the Bill Comes

3 January 2011
Joe feels conflicted after finding out some news about his former bookie, Manfro (guest star Jon Manfrellotti).

Season 2, Episode 6: Let the Sunshine In

10 January 2011
When Terry announces he's going to get a colonoscopy for his 50th birthday, the guys all decide to get one, making a weekend out of it in Palm Springs. While there, Joe deals with his "mind" bets, Terry can't stop thinking about Erin and Owen opens up about his dad and the dealership.

Season 2, Episode 7: The Great Escape

1 June 2011
Joe decides to spend some time with his former bookie Manfro, who is preparing to undergo a difficult medical treatment. Terry and Erin take a bold new step in their relationship. And Owen receives an intriguing offer from a rival dealership.

Ray Romano ... Joe Tranelli

Scott Bakula ... Terry Elliott

Andre Braugher ... Owen Thoreau Jr.

LisaGay Hamilton ... Melissa

Richard Gant ... Owen Thoreau Sr.

Melinda McGraw ... Erin Riley

Kwesi Boakye ... JamieThoreau

Brittany Curran ... Lucy

Braeden Lemasters ... Albert

Penelope Ann Miller ... Sonia Tranelli

Jon Manfrellotti ... Manfro

Matt Price ... Lawrence

Emily Rios ... Maria

Eddie Shin ... Carl

Todd Stashwick ... Kevin Scarpulla

Carla Gallo ... Annie

Mo Collins ... Laura

James DuMont ... Bill

Eve Mauro

Tasha Ames ... Carly
Bonnie Antonini ... Oncology nurse

Jazy Berlin ... Dancer

Susan Farese ... Oncology Clinic Nurse

Tammy Felice ... Woman

Yarett Harper ... Thoreau Mechanic

Damien Leake ... Roy

Roz McHenry ... Chemo patient

Suzy Nakamura ... Elissa

Mike DeMille ... Urgent Man (uncredited)

Shannon Garnett ... Bouncer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: The Pickup

8 June 2011
Joe does a favor for Manfro that could have a lasting effect. Terry struggles to deal with the latest development in his love life. And Owen tries to keep things on the lot from getting out of control as a feud develops between his top salesmen.

Season 2, Episode 9: A League of Their Owen

15 June 2011
Owen is handed the reigns to the Thoreau Chevrolet softball team right before the season opener against a rival dealership. Joe's dad comes to visit and brings along his new girlfriend to meet the family. And Terry's relationship troubles come to a head.

Season 2, Episode 10: Can't Let That Slide

22 June 2011
Joe's friendship with Manfro becomes more complicated. Owen observes the sales guys in action after installing hidden cameras at the dealership. And Terry's date night goes awry.

Season 2, Episode 11: Whatever Gets You Through the Night

29 June 2011
Owen and Terry team up on a new commercial for the dealership. Joe tries to get his store and his life back on track but old relationships complicate matters.

Season 2, Episode 12: Hold Your Finish

6 July 2011
Joe's big day - the senior tour pre-qualifier - has finally arrived

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