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That Was Then 

It talks about what was then.

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Dan Cohn, Jeremy Miller
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Series cast summary:
James Bulliard ...  Travis Glass 7 episodes, 2002
Tyler Labine ...  Donnie Pinkus 7 episodes, 2002
Kiele Sanchez ...  Claudia Wills-Glass 7 episodes, 2002
Brad Raider ...  Gregg Glass 7 episodes, 2002
Tricia O'Kelley ...  Sophie Frisch 7 episodes, 2002
Andrea Bowen ...  Zooey Glass 7 episodes, 2002
Bess Armstrong ...  Mickey Glass 7 episodes, 2002
Jeffrey Tambor ...  Gary 'Double G' Glass 7 episodes, 2002
Heather Elizabeth Parkhurst ...  Summer / ... 3 episodes, 2002
Robert DeCesare Robert DeCesare ...  Walter the DJ 3 episodes, 2002
Rhonda Dent ...  Lanie Snider 3 episodes, 2002
David Kopp ...  Timmy Robinson 3 episodes, 2002
Stephen Silberkraus ...  High School Student 3 episodes, 2002
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It talks about what was then.

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time travel | See All (1) »

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This fall, Claudia and Travis get a second chance at first love. See more »

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Drama

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Official Sites:

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 September 2002 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Culver City, California, USA See more »

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(2 episodes)

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Wonderful show...Deserves a second chance!
14 October 2002 | by timpudenzSee all my reviews

"That Was Then" grabbed my attention in mid-July when ABC started running promos for the new fall season. I'm a big fan of the "Back to the Future" movies so I was really hoping they would pull this one off in the same way.

Flash forward to late September: The show airs and I love it instantly. The writing, the acting, everything, is perfect. I laugh, I feel inspired, and I believe I've just witnessed the birth of a very popular show.

Though James Bulliard (Travis Glass), looks a little old to be in high school, we soon forget this as he plays the part to a T. Tyler Labine (Donnie Pinkus) is the perfect wise cracking mulleted-buddy. He steals every scene he's in, and plays one of the funniest new characters on TV this season. Top that off with the beautiful Kiele Sanchez (Claudia), who turns in great performance as the innocent "love that got away" from Travis. I actually remember seeing her on MTV a few years back on the wannabe VJ contest, and I was happy to see her career blossoming.

Along with the youthful stars, veterans Jeffrey Tambor (who could forget him on "The Larry Sanders Show") and Bess Armstrong round out the cast as Travis's parents.

The cast is perfect. The writing is perfect. This is a great show, one that I certainly hope will get a second chance in a much better time slot than 8 on Friday night. It deserved better, and I can only hope ABC will have sense enough to bring it back when the time is right.


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