The Booth at the End (2011–2012)
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It's Not Supposed to Be Easy 

The ManÂ's patrons encounter complications with their tasks. Some struggle with issues of faith, others with their sense of morality. But many start to see evidence that the deeds theyÂ're ... See full summary »

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Adam Arkin

Writer:

Christopher Kubasik (written and created by)
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Episode complete credited cast:
Xander Berkeley ... The Man
Michelle Dunker ... Cheryl (as Michelle Allsopp)
Jenni Blong ... Doris
Keegan Boos ... Conner
Dayton Callie ... Jack
Jennifer Del Rosario Jennifer Del Rosario ... Melody
Noel Fisher ... Dillon
Abby Miller ... Theresa
Danny Nucci ... Henry
Romy Peniche ... Maria (as Romina Peniche)
Brendan Chadd Thomas Brendan Chadd Thomas ... Bobby
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The ManÂ's patrons encounter complications with their tasks. Some struggle with issues of faith, others with their sense of morality. But many start to see evidence that the deeds theyÂ're performing are bringing them closer to what they covet. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Mystery

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20 August 2012 (USA) See more »

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The Man: God. Love. People use words all the time. It doesn't mean they agree on their meaning. It doesn't mean they've thought through what 'they mean' when they use them.
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