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Opposite Sex 

A teenager moves to northern California with his newly widowed father, enrolls in Evergreen Academy, and discovers that he is one of only three boys in a previously all-female school.
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Series cast summary:
Milo Ventimiglia ...  Jed Perry 8 episodes, 2000
Margot Finley ...  Miranda Mills 8 episodes, 2000
Kyle Howard ...  Philip W. Steffan 8 episodes, 2000
Chris Evans ...  Cary Baston 8 episodes, 2000
Allison Mack ...  Kate Jacobs 8 episodes, 2000
Lindsey McKeon ...  Stella 8 episodes, 2000
Paul Fitzgerald ...  Beau Blodovogel 6 episodes, 2000
Garcelle Beauvais ...  Ms. Maya Bradley 6 episodes, 2000
Chris Hogan ...  Mr. Oslo 5 episodes, 2000
Chris McKenna ...  Rob Perry 4 episodes, 2000
Christopher Cousins ...  Mr. Will Perry 4 episodes, 2000
Dax Griffin ...  Greg Tillman 3 episodes, 2000
Alexandra Breckenridge ...  Francise 3 episodes, 2000
Justin Urich ...  Dan Mills 3 episodes, 2000
Rachel Roth ...  Jane / ... 3 episodes, 2000
Meagen Fay ...  Headmistress Mrs. Graham 2 episodes, 2000
Christine Lakin ...  Lisa 2 episodes, 2000
Sam Horrigan ...  Bart 2 episodes, 2000
Roshawn Franklin ...  Joe 2 episodes, 2000
Zachery Ty Bryan ...  Chuck 2 episodes, 2000
Devon Odessa ...  Rob's Girlfriend 2 episodes, 2000
Ray Proscia ...  Mr. Steffan / ... 2 episodes, 2000
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A teenager moves to northern California with his newly widowed father, enrolls in Evergreen Academy, and discovers that he is one of only three boys in a previously all-female school.

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USA

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English

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17 July 2000 (USA) See more »

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Anaheim, California, USA See more »

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One of the best shows that's being canceled
3 September 2000 | by flower84See all my reviews

As you may already know, Fox is dumping this show along w/ the other great show Get Real. In return they're getting new shows such as Dark Angel which doesn't look all that appealing to me. But then again, every time i find a show that I like it's always canceled. Malcolm in the Middle and SNL are the only exceptions. Anyway, I really liked this show. It had a good premise and a lot of great "new" actors that are up and coming. I especially like Milo Ventimiglia (Jed), Chris Evans (Carey), and Lindsey McKeon (Stella). The scenes w/ Carey and Stella are hilarious and clever. I also love the music that they use, such as "Good Things" by Everything and that song that they played at the end of the episode where Miranda was going to sacrifice two virgins at her birthday party. I have all the episodes on tape (six of 'em) and was looking foward to the upcoming episode where they are left behind at school. However, Fox yanked the show before it aired, so you could imagine my surprise when I watched the tape last night and instead of Oppisite Sex, I had taped Ally McBeal. I'm p'o'd that Fox would cancel this show, but then again most networks dump the shows with the most unforseen promise without giving them so much of a chance.


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