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Complete series cast summary:
Jack Warden ...  Hank Knight 7 episodes, 1989
Mason Adams ...  Everett Daye 7 episodes, 1989
Hope Lange ...  Gloria Daye 7 episodes, 1989
Julia Campbell ...  Janet Glickman 3 episodes, 1989
Joe Cipriano ...  Marty in the Morning / ... 3 episodes, 1989
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Hank and Everett are former friends who split after Everett married Gloria, who Hank was also interested in. Reunited for a radio talk show, at a station managed by Julia, their bickering proves to be a ratings bonanza. Ellie and her family are often at her parents Everett and Gloria's house for advice.

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USA

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English

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8 July 1989 (USA) See more »

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Imagine Television See more »
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Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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There was more than one episode made...
1 September 2008 | by ManniaxSee all my reviews

I liked the show also. I think I saw most or all the episodes, but I have no idea if they were ever broadcast in the US. If I had to guess on the number of episodes I saw I would say about six to eight but it's been a long time ago so I don't remember for sure.

I was in the military and watched it on what was called FEN (Far East Network) run by the DOD. I didn't see it there until 1990 or so but we were usually a couple years behind what they were showing on network TV.

The show was very good and I liked how that the main characters' personalities (Daye: Quiet, hardworking, by-the-book, and Knight: extroverted and more of a hell-raiser) complimented each other and made for a good radio program, but also caused them to drive each other up the wall frequently. The supporting cast was pretty good as well.


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