Free Agents (2011)
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When a big client shows signs of leaving Hale Dayton, Alex is charged with taking him out for an evening of entertainment. But when Alex realizes he's still a bit rusty with women, he calls... See full summary »

Director:

Peter Lauer

Writers:

John Enbom (developer: for American television), Ira Ungerleider | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Hank Azaria ... Alex
Kathryn Hahn ... Helen
Mo Mandel ... Dan
Natasha Leggero ... Emma
Al Madrigal ... Gregg
Joe Lo Truglio ... Gregg
Anthony Head ... Stephen (as Anthony Stewart Head)
Fred Goss ... Gerald
John Brotherton ... Andrew
Michael B. Silver ... Ted
Renee Faia ... Susan
Heather Prete Heather Prete ... Kara
Julie Wittner ... First Woman
Paula Christensen ... Second Woman
Lisa Grady ... Patricia
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When a big client shows signs of leaving Hale Dayton, Alex is charged with taking him out for an evening of entertainment. But when Alex realizes he's still a bit rusty with women, he calls in Dan and Gregg for assistance and things don't go exactly as planned. Meanwhile, Emma has set her sights on Andrew, who works upstairs in the building. With the help of Helen and Walter, she tries to turn on the charm. Written by NBC Publicity

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Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

TV-14
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 September 2011 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Everybody give it up
Written, Produced and performed by Edgard Jaude
Courtesy of HHM
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Ugh
27 September 2011 | by Threepwood_LivesSee all my reviews

Reviews Of Unusual Size! Re: A big client threatens to leave the agency Hank Azaria works for. So he takes the guy out on the town and tries to find him some ladylike company.

Outstanding: Hank Azaria somehow manages to be hilarious, just standing around. So does Anthony Stewart Head, as Azaria's shameless boss.

Unacceptable: Predictable, boring, obvious and silly.

Summary: I inadvertently watched this episode, thinking it was the premiere, but it didn't make a difference. It was still boring and pretty bad TV. I'll watch the (correct) pilot and maybe another episode, but only because I like Azaria a lot and because it takes place in Portland, Oregon.


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