After losing a long-time girlfriend, a minor-league sportscaster's dating life is illustrated by sports highlights, with help from guest stars like Bobby Knight

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Stephen Engel
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Breckin Meyer ...  Adam Schwartz 13 episodes, 2001-2002
Miriam Shor ...  Julie Hermann / ... 13 episodes, 2001-2002
Bryan Callen ...  David Cobert 13 episodes, 2001-2002
Jennifer Irwin ...  Emily Cobert 13 episodes, 2001-2002
Richard Kline ...  Gene Schwartz 13 episodes, 2001-2002
Kevin Frazier Kevin Frazier ...  Himself 5 episodes, 2001
Van Earl Wright Van Earl Wright ...  Himself 5 episodes, 2001
Dondre Whitfield ...  William Morris 4 episodes, 2001-2002
Maggie Lawson ...  Eve 4 episodes, 2001-2002
Harry Van Gorkum ...  Hugh 3 episodes, 2001
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After losing a long-time girlfriend, a minor-league sportscaster's dating life is illustrated by sports highlights, with help from guest stars like Bobby Knight

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USA

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English

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27 September 2001 (USA) See more »

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Pakka sekaisin See more »

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Gene Schwartz: Sorry, I didn't know you were entertaining a lady friend.
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Referenced in Saturday Night Live: Seann William Scott/Sum41 (2001) See more »

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A Worthy "Must-See" Filler
24 October 2001 | by pschwart9See all my reviews

Face it: we're not gonna see another Seinfeld or Friends for at least a decade. So before we dissect and criticize every new sitcom, we must remember that the best shows took time to reach their peak. The Friends and Seinfeld pilots were unfunny and unappealing. The pilot for Inside Schwartz, in contrast, had plenty of laughs, some outstanding cameos (Dick Butkus, Bill Buckner, and Rebecca Gayheart, to name a few), and a rising young actor in Breckin Meyer. After the first few episodes, it's clear that there's plenty of room for development. The married friend, a typical macho guy, plays off Meyer well, as does the witty female sidekick. The season will have to run its course before any definitive judgments can be made, but Inside Schwartz has promise, and for now, at least, deserves the spot between Friends and Will and Grace in NBC's Must-See TV Thursday night lineup.


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