"The guys" at Cyberbyte (a high tech computer company) moves from the old garage to a new office downtown and now they need an office manager. None of the guys have any social skills; ... See full summary »

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Peter Noah
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Complete series cast summary:
Farrah Forke ...  Carey 10 episodes, 1995
Peter Scolari ...  Warren Mosbey 10 episodes, 1995
Stephen Tobolowsky ...  Karl 10 episodes, 1995
Adam Biesk Adam Biesk ...  Todd 10 episodes, 1995
David Kaufman ...  Morley 10 episodes, 1995
Corey Feldman ...  Vic 10 episodes, 1995
Holly Fulger ...  Noreen 7 episodes, 1995
Andy Berman ...  Eugene / ... 5 episodes, 1995
David Starzyk ...  Ben Reynolds 3 episodes, 1995
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"The guys" at Cyberbyte (a high tech computer company) moves from the old garage to a new office downtown and now they need an office manager. None of the guys have any social skills; Warren, the boss, doesn't know how to complete a sentence. Vic wears his sunglasses at all times. Most important of all, they have hardly talked to a girl before. Carey (the new secretary) on the other hand has no experience in computers but is highly socially skilled and tries her best to understand the guys and to be understood. Written by Jonas Hgstrm <jonne@pobox.com>

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Five guys lost in cyberspace. And the woman who's gonna bring them down to Earth. See more »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 September 1995 (USA) See more »

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Runtime:

(9 episodes)

Sound Mix:

Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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I'll take a bit of cheeze with that corn-dog...
2 February 1999 | by RerrunSee all my reviews

I know Dweebs didn't last more than a month or so. Yes, I fully agree that it was somewhat corny and not real sharp, but I have to admit-- it was hilarious. So few comedies make me laugh any more. They are too smooth and slick. Dweebs came buy it's laughs honestly.Too bad it was never given a chance, I think it really would have caught on.


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