Mr. Sunshine (2011–2012)
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Hostile Workplace 

Ben's plan to get his employees to like him backfires. Meanwhile, Crystal invites Alice and Alonzo on a double date with her new beau, and Ben gives Heather the responsibility of finding a ... See full summary »

Director:

Bryan Gordon

Writers:

Matthew Perry (creator), Alex Barnow (creator) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Matthew Perry ... Ben Donovan
Andrea Anders ... Alice
James Lesure ... Alonzo
Nate Torrence ... Roman
Allison Janney ... Crystal Cohen
Jorge Garcia ... Bobert
Portia Doubleday ... Heather
David Pressman ... Dave the Mascot
Romy Rosemont ... Diane
Aaron Takahashi ... Jerry
Dale E. Turner ... Steve Sherwood
Gary Kraus ... Fred Patterson
Matt Levin ... Bullpen Worker #1
Brendan Ford ... Darius
Ameenah Kaplan ... Angie
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Ben's plan to get his employees to like him backfires. Meanwhile, Crystal invites Alice and Alonzo on a double date with her new beau, and Ben gives Heather the responsibility of finding a new halftime act when the Sunshine Center mascot suddenly quits. Written by ABC Publicity

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Comedy

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Language:

English

Release Date:

2 March 2011 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Quotes

Alonzo: I told ya'll not to take them cesium barrels!
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Believe
(uncredited)
Written by Brian Higgins, Stuart McLennon, Paul Barry, Steve Torch (as Steven Torch), Matthew Gray, and Timothy Powell
Performed by Nate Torrence
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Top form Mr Sunshine
25 August 2016 | by studioATSee all my reviews

This episode marks a real return to form for 'Mr Sunshine' (though I am watching them on DVD, which has them in an odd order) and is one of my favourite episodes of the show thus far.

The reason for this is that it follows the main thread of the show which is watching Matthew Perry's character try to be a better man. In some episodes I've seen this has taken a back seat. Here though he is back to his wise cracking best, and is ably supported as ever by the fab Nate Torrence.

The scene with the conch was very funny, and I liked the fact that the 'chin-neck' reference from Matthew Perry's film 'Numb' made an appearance.

In other reviews I've been critical of the subplots, often involving Andrea Anders and James Lesure, but here they are utilised well and their story is funny.

When it was good 'Mr Sunshine' could be very good.


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