College freshman Steve Karp, his girlfriend and their fellow dormmates embark on one the greatest experiences of their lives. Unfortunately for Steve, his lonely and recently divorced father is tagging along for the ride.
Misadventures of college freshman Steven Karp, his fellow freshman and first ever girlfriend Lizzie Exley, Steven's self-confidant sophisticated womanizing British college roommate Lloyd Haythe, Lizzie's endearing college roommate with a wild side Rachel Lindquist, Steven's chubby happy-go-lucky college roommate Ron Garner, Steven's weird college roommate Marshall Nesbitt, Lizzie's loving but obsessive ex boyfriend Eric, and Steven's sympathetic geeky dad, who's just been dumped by Steven's mom which triggered his midlife crisis.
Jason Segal and Carla Gallo play a couple, where Segal's character is supposedly eight years older than Gallo's. In real-life, Carla Gallo is five years older than Jason Segal. They later reunited as an on-screen couple briefly in Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008), and in an Easter Egg on the DVD, the two have banter referring to their characters on this show. See more »
The exterior shot of the dorm the characters reside in is only 3 stories high, yet the characters live on the 4th floor and Hillary lives on the 10th floor. See more »
[Lloyd thinks life is meaningless]
Oh, what's the matter, dollface? Down in the dumps? Sucks to be you, huh? What's the matter, Lloyd's of London? You take one "mind-blowing" philosophy class, and all of a sudden you're Jean-Paul Sartre? Oh, so now you've got this existentialist-hook-thing too? Well, that's great, because all you need is a little more mystique! Now you've got a chance with all the freaky chicks I was gonna get! I've taken so much acne medication, MY LIPS ARE SPLITTING IN HALF! ...
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Each episode has a scene or outtake during the end credits. See more »
A great show from the producers of Freaks and Geeks
I was surprised and delighted to find out that Undeclared is by the same guy who produced both Freaks and Geeks & The Critic. I guess I shouldn't have been that surprised, as all three are great shows. It makes me wonder how FOX stays on the air at all with such bungled marketing campaigns. They made Undeclared seem like a brainless teen sex show when it is in fact a smart and very funny half hour of tv. I dislike trendy crap that usually turns on the TRL generation, and the ads made this show seem like it would be in the same vein as other WB crapfests.... but it is a great show. Give it a chance, you will not be disappointed.
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