Getting Personal was an American sitcom starring Vivica A. Fox as the new Creative Director of Chicago-based advertisement company, and the boss of a guy she knew from a bad date, played by ... See full summary »
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1998  
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...  Robyn Buckley 17 episodes, 1998
...  Milo Doucette 17 episodes, 1998
...  Sam Wagner 17 episodes, 1998
...  Jack Kacmarczyk 17 episodes, 1998
Nancy Cassaro ...  Shelly Tucci 17 episodes, 1998
...  Leon 17 episodes, 1998
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Getting Personal was an American sitcom starring Vivica A. Fox as the new Creative Director of Chicago-based advertisement company, and the boss of a guy she knew from a bad date, played by Duane Martin. The series aired on the Fox broadcasting network in 1998. Written by Anonymous

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All work and no play? Must be a different office.

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Comedy

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6 April 1998 (USA)  »

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Personal Days  »

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(17 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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Selma Blair was supposed to be a regular on the show, but was fired after the original pilot. See more »

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An Office Comedy
12 March 2016 | by See all my reviews

Getting Personal had a great cast and smart adult humor. Think 2 and a Half Men set in an advertising office. My favorite episodes were the one with Tichia Campbell Martin and the one where Vivica Fox's character goes back home. The show was part of a great Fox line up that is long forgotten. Somewhere I have a video tape of Getting Personal and Damon Wayans first show which was also great. The show should never have been cancelled. The show should be on DVD or streaming. If I had a million dollars I would bring back Fox and Campbell and re make the show. If I had to grade the show. Getting Personal while not family comedy would get 2 thumbs high up.


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