A look at the private and professional lives of employees at the Chicago advertising agency Rothman, Greene & Moore.
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Series cast summary:
Eric McCormack ...  Mason McGuire 13 episodes, 2009
Tom Cavanagh ...  Conner 13 episodes, 2009
Monica Potter ...  Sarah Krajicek-Hunter 13 episodes, 2009
Sarah Clarke ...  Erin McGuire 13 episodes, 2009
Mike Damus ...  Tom Fuller 13 episodes, 2009
Geoffrey Arend ...  Hector Culligan 13 episodes, 2009
Griffin Dunne ...  Tony Mink 13 episodes, 2009
Greg Ellis ...  Simon Cochran 7 episodes, 2009
Kathleen Rose Perkins ...  Amy 6 episodes, 2009
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A look at the private and professional lives of employees at the Chicago advertising agency Rothman, Greene & Moore.

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USA

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English

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2009 (USA) See more »

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Truth in Advertising See more »

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Chicago, Illinois, USA See more »

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$3,000,000 (estimated)
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A Real Disappointment
12 March 2009 | by glynne41See all my reviews

I want to like this show! I really do! Great cast, fun premise, and lots of potential, but seriously, what is up with Conner, the character played by Thomas Cavanaugh? He is almost totally unlikeable. I think he is supposed to be quirky and unpredictable, but every time he appears on scene, I find myself cringing. He has absolutely NO good points, no charisma, no character traits that you can really identify with. It's as if the character has no consistency. It is all over the place. There is nothing there to hold onto and to enjoy. I find that I like the other characters and look forward to their ever growing inter-relationships. I especially enjoy Sara, Monica Potter's character. Here's hoping it will get better. Give Thomas Cavanaugh something to work with, please! Give the man a break! He's a great actor!


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