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Main Cast Reviews  Richard Kind, Alan Ruck, Michael Boatman Categories  Comedy Duration  1996 - 2002 7.5
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The main protagonist is Mike Flaherty, the Deputy Mayor of New York City. He has a team that constantly saves the Mayor from problems and the media. Mike is later replaced by Charlie Crawford.

Cast:
Richard Kind as Paul Lassiter 145 episodes 1996-2002,
Alan Ruck as Stuart Bondek 145 episodes 1996-2002,
Michael Boatman as Carter Heywood / ... 145 episodes 1996-2002,
Barry Bostwick as The Mayor 145 episodes 1996-2002,
Michael J. Fox as Mike Flaherty 103 episodes 1996-2001,
Connie Britton as Nikki Faber 100 episodes 1996-2000,
Alexander Chaplin as James Hobert 100 episodes 1996-2000,
Victoria Dillard as Janelle Cooper / ... 91 episodes 1996-2000,
Heather Locklear as Caitlin Moore 71 episodes 1999-2002,
Jennifer Esposito as Stacey Paterno 47 episodes 1997-1999,
Charlie Sheen as Charlie Crawford 45 episodes 2000-2002,
Lana Parrilla as Angie Ordonez 22 episodes 2000-2001,
Faith Prince as Claudia / ... 21 episodes 1997-2000,
Carla Gugino as Ashley Schaeffer 14 episodes 1996-1999,
John Harrington Bland as First Reporter / ... 9 episodes 1996-1998,
Taylor Stanley as Karen 8 episodes 1996-1997,
Beth Littleford as Deirdre West / ... 10 episodes 1998-2000,
Paula Marshall as Laurie / ... 7 episodes 1997-1998,
Heidi Klum as Heidi Klum 8 episodes 1998-1999,
Sylvia Kauders as Roberta 6 episodes 1996-1997,
Denise Richards as Jennifer Duncan 5 episodes 2001,
Barry Wiggins as Bartender 5 episodes 2000-2001,
Bob Glouberman as Reporter / ... 5 episodes 2000-2001,
Perry King as Tom Crandall 5 episodes 2002,
Dan Kinsella as Bingo Announcer / ... 5 episodes 2001-2002,
Farrah Fawcett as Judge Claire Simmons 4 episodes 2001,
Scott Wolf as Tim Connelly 4 episodes 2001,
Deborah Rush as Helen 4 episodes 1996-1998,
Sam Robards as Arthur 4 episodes 1998-1999,
Mark Nelson as Therapist 4 episodes 1998-2000,
Regis Philbin as Regis Philbin / ... 4 episodes 1997-2000,
Michael Hobert as Clerk / ... 4 episodes 1999-2001,
John Scurti as Reporter / ... 4 episodes 1996-1997,
Tom Amandes as Julian Wheeler 3 episodes 2001,
Joanna Going as Julia Rhodes 3 episodes 2001,
Lori Loughlin as Michelle 3 episodes 2001,
Raquel Welch as Abby / ... 3 episodes 1997-2000,
Maurice Godin as Trevor Wolfe 3 episodes 2000,
John Bedford Lloyd as Wayne Sheridan / ... 3 episodes 1996-2000,
Charlie Hartsock as Reporter #2 / ... 3 episodes 2000,
Lisa Dinkins as Reporter #1 / ... 3 episodes 2000-2001,
Lisa Louise Langford as First Reporter / ... 3 episodes 1996-1997,
Michael William James as Busboy / ... 3 episodes 2001-2002,
Jim Marshall as Married Guy / ... 3 episodes 2001,
Charles White as Hank / ... 3 episodes 1997-1999,
Jennifer Lacorte as Waitress 3 episodes 1998-1999,
Deirdre Lovejoy as First Reporter / ... 3 episodes 1999-2000,
Kim Sykes as First Reporter / ... 3 episodes 1999-2000,
Olivia d'Abo as Allison Wright 3 episodes 2001,
Alyssa Milano as Meg Winston / ... 3 episodes 1997-2001,
Avery Glymph as Fourth Reporter / ... 3 episodes 1996-1997,
Queen Latifah as Robin Jones 2 episodes 2001,
Bree Turner as Tracy Crandall 2 episodes 2002,
Jeris Donovan as Charlotte / ... 2 episodes 2001-2002,
Meredith Baxter as Macy 2 episodes 1997,
Sam Lloyd as Paleontologist / ... 2 episodes 1998-2000,
Jill Tracy as Debbie / ... 2 episodes 2000-2002,
Doug Ballard as Chad 2 episodes 2001,
Ed Koch as Ed Koch - The Judge / ... 2 episodes 1996-1997,
Sam Seder as Bogus Temp / ... 2 episodes 1997,
Jeffrey Donovan as Tom 2 episodes 1999,
Priscilla Presley as Aunt Marie Paterno / ... 3 episodes 1999,
Clayton Prince as Bennet / ... 2 episodes 1999,
Robert Maschio as Bingo's Partner / ... 2 episodes 1996-2001,
C.S. Lee as First Reporter 2 episodes 1998-1999,
Jack Wright as George Washington #2 / ... 2 episodes 2001-2002,
David Carlson as Reporter / ... 2 episodes 1996-1997,
Patrick Ewing as Patrick Ewing 2 episodes 1997-2000,
Tracy Pollan as Renee 2 episodes 1997-1998,
Courtney Thorne-Smith as Danielle / ... 2 episodes 1997-1998,
Jason Antoon as Abdul / ... 2 episodes 1996-1999,
Daphne Zuniga as Carrie 2 episodes 1997-1998,
Shelly Palmer as Bandleader 2 episodes 1997-1998,
Joel Hurt Jones as Press Person / ... 2 episodes 1998,
David Cohen as First Reporter / ... 2 episodes 1999,
Elaina Erika Davis as First Reporter / ... 2 episodes 2000,
Bill Patrick as Reporter / ... 2 episodes 2000,
James E. Tripp as First Reporter / ... 2 episodes 1996-1997,
Natalie Venetia Belcon as Waitress 2 episodes 1998,
Rod McLachlan as Reporter / ... 2 episodes 1997-1998,
Chris Berman as Chris Berman 2 episodes 1998-1999,
Tara Mercurio as Girlfriend / ... 2 episodes 2000-2001,
Oliver Solomon as First Reporter / ... 2 episodes 1998-1999,
Stephen Trimble as Reporter 2 episodes 1999,
Gerry Becker as Dr. Cosimi 2 episodes 1998,
Jonathan Walker as Neil / ... 2 episodes 1998,
William Turner as Carlos 2 episodes 2000-2001,
Frankie Muniz as Derek Evans 2 episodes 1998,
Marie Gabrielle as Reporter #2 / ... 2 episodes 1997,
Andy Fowle as Baby Reporter / ... 2 episodes 1998,
John E. Mack as Man in Bar / ... 2 episodes 2000,
John Burton Willson as Man in Hallway / ... 2 episodes 1997-1998,
David Letterman as David Letterman / ... 2 episodes 1997-1998,
Rosie O'Donnell as Rosie O'Donnell 2 episodes 1997-2001,
Marcia Cross as Joan Calvin 1 episode 2000,
Dabbs Greer as Dr. Marsh Laughlin DDS 1 episode 2000,
Shawn Christian as Santa Claus 1 episode 2001,
Michelle Phillips as Jane Moore 1 episode 2001,
John Francis Daley as Spencer 1 episode 2002,
Bob Gunton as Governor Riley 1 episode 2002,
Amy Jo Johnson as Stephanie 1 episode 2002,
Judith Light as Christine 1 episode 2002,
Martin Sheen as Ray Crawford / ... 1 episode 2002,
Mark Valley as Joseph Maxwell 1 episode 2002,
Constance Marie as Gabby 1 episode 1997,
Ken Marino as Dan 1 episode 1997,
Marlee Matlin as Sarah 1 episode 1997,
Luke Perry as Spence Kaymer 1 episode 1997,
Kimberley Davies as Inga 1 episode 2000,
Willie Garson as Ned 1 episode 2000,
Eddie McClintock as Robert 1 episode 2000,
Julie Pop as Teacher #1 1 episode 2000,
Harper Roisman as Mr. Kaplan 1 episode 2000,
Rena Sofer as Sam 1 episode 2000,
Geoff Stults as Blake 1 episode 2000,
Lou Cutell as Shelly Hallerman 1 episode 2001,
Rhea Durham as Rhea Durham 1 episode 2001,
Bonita Friedericy as Edith Connelly Housekeeper 1 episode 2001,
Ashley Gardner as Judith 1 episode 2001,
Carlos Jacott as Lloyd 1 episode 2001,
Sam McMurray as Alexander Bryant 1 episode 2001,
Ted Shackelford as Barry Simmons 1 episode 2001,
David Shatraw as Kyle 1 episode 2001,
Darryl Theirse as Security Officer Mike Viola 1 episode 2001,
Sally Wheeler as Susan 1 episode 2001,
Larry Elder as Larry Elder 1 episode 2002,
Chris Elwood as Doug Smuckers 1 episode 2002,
Robert Hays as Los Angeles Mayor Stone Taylor 1 episode 2002,
Pat Kilbane as Pete 1 episode 2002,
Richard Kuhlman as Martin Davis 1 episode 2002,
Erin Murphy as Julie 1 episode 2002,
Lizzie Murray as Foster Care Lady 1 episode 2002,
Nancy Valen as Ashley 1 episode 2002,
Woody Harrelson as Tommy Dugan 1 episode 1996,
Tom Lacy as Mayor Garfield 1 episode 1996,
George Wendt as Dan Donaldson 1 episode 1996,
Tom Riis Farrell as UPS Guy 1 episode 1997,
Mark Linn-Baker as Dr. Benjamin 1 episode 1997,
Marla Maples as Jennifer 1 episode 1997,
Isaac Mizrahi as Isaac Mizrahi 1 episode 1997,
George Stephanopoulos as George Stephanopoulos 1 episode 1997,
Cynthia Watros as Gayley 1 episode 1997,
Christina Carnell as Sheila 1 episode 2000,
Dakota Fanning as Cindy 1 episode 2000,
Stuart Fratkin as Producer 1 episode 2000,
Michael Gallagher as Lewis 1 episode 2000,
Rusty Joiner as Man in Store 1 episode 2000,
Caroline Keenan as Mindy 1 episode 2000,
Samm Levine as Young Paul 1 episode 2000,
Ryan Marsini as Davey 1 episode 2000,
Armando Pucci as Armande 1 episode 2000,
Blake Clark as Claremont 1 episode 2001,
Jeff Corbett as John Lawyer 1 episode 2001,
Roy Firestone as Roy Firestone 1 episode 2001,
Kaitlin Hopkins as Anne Bondek 1 episode 2001,
Kathryn Joosten as Sister Agnes 1 episode 2001,
Alex Kapp as Karen 1 episode 2001,
Vanessa Marcil as Kara 1 episode 2001,
Michael C. McCarthy as Father 1 episode 2001,
Barry Melrose as Barry Melrose 1 episode 2001,
Elizabeth Mitchell as Nancy Wheeler 1 episode 2001,
Kevin Rankin as Kurt 1 episode 2001,
Lynne Marie Stewart as Adoption Woman 1 episode 2001,
Marquita Terry as Sherri Fields 1 episode 2001,
Ken Thorley as Delivery Guy 1 episode 2001,
Roma Torre as Roma Torre 1 episode 2001,
Sean Whalen as Caitlin's Cousin Stevie 1 episode 2001,
Branden Williams as Trent 1 episode 2001,
Magdalena Zmrzla as Tatiana 1 episode 2001,
Lydie Denier as Mademoiselle Simone Paris Delegate 1 episode 2002,
Courtney Gebhart as Waitress 1 episode 2002,
Marielle Heller as Carrie 1 episode 2002,
Roger Lodge as Roger Lodge 1 episode 2002,
Henri Lubatti as Chef Jean Pierre 1 episode 2002,
David Razowsky as Dr. Lewis 1 episode 2002,
Paul Schulze as Steven 1 episode 2002,
Derek Waters as Bungee 1 episode 2002,
Michael Goldfinger as First Union Guy 1 episode 1996,
James Murtaugh as Show Moderator 1 episode 1996,
Bray Poor as Yale 1 episode 1996,
John Callahan as Edmund 1 episode 1997,
Kim Dickens as Veronica 1 episode 1997,
Marin Hinkle as Carolyn 1 episode 1997,
Anna Holbrook as Heidi Longley 1 episode 1997,
Eric Kushnick as Pizza Guy 1 episode 1997,
Amanda Peet as Shelly 1 episode 1997,
J.K. Simmons as Kevin 1 episode 1997,
Linda Stephens as Mrs. Parres 1 episode 1997,
Scott Terra as Justin 1 episode 1997,
Anne Twomey as Holly 1 episode 1997,
Noelle Beck as Kaari the Magician 1 episode 1998,
Yasiin Bey as Monty 1 episode 1998,
Philip Bosco as Randall Winston Sr. 2 episodes 1998-1999,
Scott Bryce as Jay 1 episode 1998,
Barry Corbin as Peter Noland 2 episodes 1998-1999,
Richard Hamilton as Alfred 1 episode 1998,
Milo O'Shea as Father Larry 1 episode 1998,
Lou Diamond Phillips as Nate 2 episodes 1998-1999,
Richard Portnow as Mr. Paterno 1 episode 1998,
Justin Theroux as Pete 1 episode 1998,
Donald Trump as Donald Trump 1 episode 1998,
Joe Urla as Daniel 1 episode 1998,
Sydney Anderson as Ilsa the Swedish Delegate 1 episode 1999,
Todd Barry as Doug the Tour Guide 1 episode 1999,
Matt Besser as The Director 1 episode 1999,
Julius Carry as Nick Mitchell 1 episode 1999,
Boomer Esiason as Himself 1 episode 1999,
Amy Irving as Lindsay Shaw 1 episode 1999,
Christopher Lloyd as Owen Kingston 2 episodes 1999,
John McMartin as Senator Joseph Grady 1 episode 1999,
Gerard O'Brien as Cop 1 episode 1999,
Nipsey Russell as Nipsey Russell 1 episode 1999,
Joseph Sirola as Mario Forcini 1 episode 1999,
Jon Stewart as Mitch Parker 1 episode 1999,
Ric Stoneback as Ken Payson 1 episode 1999,
Joanna Canton as Woman 1 episode 2000,
Julia Denholm as Girl 1 episode 2000,
Geoffrey Ewing as Agent Duncan 1 episode 2000,
Zaid Farid as Foreman 1 episode 2000,
Kevin Gonzalez as Billy 1 episode 2000,
Michael Gross as Dr. Peterson 1 episode 2000,
Eva La Dare as Yoga Instructor 1 episode 2000,
Joel McKinnon Miller as George 1 episode 2000,
Alex Rice as Native American Representative 1 episode 2000,
Scott Robertson as Camera Man 1 episode 2000,
Richard Robichaux as Bellhop 1 episode 2000,
Charles C. Stevenson Jr. as Priest 1 episode 2000,
James Patrick Stuart as Alex 1 episode 2000,
Christine Taylor as Catherine Moore Caitlin's Sister 1 episode 2000,
Clement Blake as Richard Hayden 1 episode 2001,
Mandy Blank as Female Body Builder 1 episode 2001,
Josh Braaten as Carson 1 episode 2001,
John David Conti as Deli Guy 1 episode 2001,
Monique Edwards as Focus Group Woman #1 1 episode 2001,
Jorge Garcia as Cabbie 1 episode 2001,
Melissa Jones Harper as Shopper #1 1 episode 2001,
Tricia M. Kelly as TV Reporter 1 episode 2001,
Pat Kiernan as Pat Kiernan 1 episode 2001,
Marc Lynn as M.C. 1 episode 2001,
Alison Marshall as Reporter 1 episode 2001,
Jack McGee as Officer Greenfield 1 episode 2001,
Judith Moreland as Elsa Kirkpatrick 1 episode 2001,
Robert Lee Neely as Foreman 1 episode 2001,
Minae Noji as Tai Chi Instructor 1 episode 2001,
Jason Priestley as Scott 1 episode 2001,
David Starwalt as Jerry Flynn 1 episode 2001,
Paul Tigue as Marcus 1 episode 2001,
René Ashton as Tiffany 1 episode 2002,
Sung Kang as Jordan 1 episode 2002,
Joshua Preven as Jerry 1 episode 2002,
Tom Silardi as Police Officer 1 episode 2002,
Pattie Tierce as Mayor of Ottawa 1 episode 2002,
Jerry Adler as Police Commissioner 1 episode 1996,
William Bogert as Priest 1 episode 1996,
Bill Boggs as Talk Show Moderator 1 episode 1996,
Andrew Daly as Payroll Guy 1 episode 1996,
Gretchen Mol as Gwen 1 episode 1996,
Paul Reggio as Bartender 1 episode 1996,
J. Smith-Cameron as Lisa 1 episode 1996,
Sam Stern as Second Union Guy 1 episode 1996,
Welker White as Maria 1 episode 1996,
Rebecca Boyd as Dr. Barrow 1 episode 1997,
Kevin Brennan as Fighting Santa 1 episode 1997,
Marcia DeBonis as Ticket Agent 1 episode 1997,
Kathie Lee Gifford as Kathie Lee Gifford 1 episode 1997,
Anney Giobbe as Melissa 1 episode 1997,
Zandy Hartig as Katie 1 episode 1997,
Peter Jacobson as Greg 1 episode 1997,
Jared Johansen as George 1 episode 1997,
Charle Landry as Tommy 1 episode 1997,
Gabriel Macht as Naked Guy 1 episode 1997,
Iraida Polanco as Cleaning Lady 1 episode 1997,
Mitch Rouse as Steve and Mr. Bungle 1 episode 1997,
Esta TerBlanche as Gillian 1 episode 1997,
Bradley White as Stephen 1 episode 1997,
Rachel York as Beautiful Woman 1 episode 1997,
Leslie Barrett as Wilson 1 episode 1998,
Lee Bryant as Linda Kaari's Mom 1 episode 1998,
Nancy Giles as Social Worker 1 episode 1998,
Clayton Hamilton as Wayne 1 episode 1998,
Mike Hodge as Lloyd Drum 1 episode 1998,
Wendy Marlow as Catering Girl 1 episode 1998,
Tom McCarthy as Priest 1 episode 1998,
Marion McCorry as Patricia Murell 1 episode 1998,
Ned Romero as Chief 1 episode 1998,
Barton Tinapp as Doctor 1 episode 1998,
Maria Tucci as Mrs. Paterno 1 episode 1998,
Tracy Appleton as Inga the Massage Therapist 1 episode 1999,
Conor Dubin as Intern Scott Crane 1 episode 1999,
Kathleen Goldpaugh as Woman in Bar 1 episode 1999,
William Hill as Doorman 1 episode 1999,
Marceline Hugot as Doggie Day Care 1 episode 1999,
David Ilku as Reporter 1 episode 1999,
Ann Kittredge as Reporter 1 episode 1999,
Nelson Landrieu as Pedro Ramirez 1 episode 1999,
William Robbins as Doll Voice 1 episode 1999,
Shawn Stallworth as Sparring Partner 1 episode 1999,
Jenna Stern as Nina Lawrence 1 episode 1999,
Nick Sullivan as Photographer 1 episode 1999,
Joe Zaloom as Hot Dog Vendor 1 episode 1999,
Cody Arens as Kid #1 1 episode 2000,
Joy Behar as Joy Behar 1 episode 2000,
Anne Bellamy as Grandma 1 episode 2000,
John Ellison Conlee as Mr. Stepnowski 1 episode 2000,
Alice Drummond as Sondra Spencer 1 episode 2000,
Michael Gelman as Gelman 1 episode 2000,
Peter Herman as Ed 1 episode 2000,
Sarah Knowlton as Janine Solfort 1 episode 2000,
Stephanie McVay as Tour Guide 1 episode 2000,
Michael Charles Roman as Devin 1 episode 2000,
John Seidman as Art Instructor 1 episode 2000,
Sarah Shahi as Bachelorette 1 episode 2000,
Cynthia Vance as Hometown Reporter 1 episode 2000,
Nick Wyman as Executive 1 episode 2000,
Rick Cramer as Vince 1 episode 2001,
R.F. Daley as Golf Father 1 episode 2001,
Torrey Dickinson as Sci-Fi Kid 1 episode 2001,
Judith Drake as Sample Woman 1 episode 2001,
Julie Dretzin as Jill 1 episode 2001,
Mim Drew as Judy 1 episode 2001,
David T. Hayman as George Washington #1 1 episode 2001,
Kevin R. Kelly as A.V. Nerd 1 episode 2001,
Ben Livingston as Lee 1 episode 2001,
Kelly Monaco as Nurse 1 episode 2001,
Bui Nakki as Woman in Bar 1 episode 2001,
Richard Penn as Doctor 1 episode 2001,
Naomi Serotoff as Focus Group Woman #2 1 episode 2001,
Joann Socrates as Shopper #2 1 episode 2001,
Nick Soderblom as Juice Bar Attendant 1 episode 2001,
David Jahn as Eric 1 episode 2002,
Paul Jerome as Nathan 1 episode 2002,
Myrna Niles as Aunt Syl 1 episode 2002,
Steve Sheeren as Guy in Bar 1 episode 2002,
Deborah Zoe as Carla Hayes 1 episode 2002,
Jane Cecil as Marge 1 episode 1996,
Stephen Colbert as Frank 1 episode 1996,
Edmund Ikeda as Mr. Fong 1 episode 1996,
Robert Trumbull as Priest 1 episode 1996,
Ellen Bethea as Reporter 1 episode 1997,
Blanca Camacho as Flower Woman 1 episode 1997,
Kathleen Chalfant as Mother Superior 1 episode 1997,
Hope Chernov as Bridget 1 episode 1997,
Kathleen Claypool as Mrs. Schnoll 1 episode 1997,
Alan M. Dershowitz as Alan M. Dershowitz - The Barrister 1 episode 1997,
Jordan H. Fischer as Second Reporter 1 episode 1997,
Susan Floyd as Lisa 1 episode 1997,
Julia Gibson as Justin's Mom 1 episode 1997,
Andrea Maulella as Activist 1 episode 1997,
Lewis Merkin as Tim 1 episode 1997,
Nick Phelps as Security Guard 1 episode 1997,
Manuel E. Santiago as Councilman Rodriguez 1 episode 1997,
Tom Shillue as Man in Hall 1 episode 1997,
Judy Stadt as Waitress 1 episode 1997,
Melinda Wade as Nadine 1 episode 1997,
Gerry Red Wilson as Andrew 'Drew' West 2 episodes 1997-1999,
Paula Abdul as Paula Abdul 1 episode 1998,
Steve Brady as Dad 1 episode 1998,
Tina Bruno as Grandma Sophie 1 episode 1998,
Darrell Carey as Kirk 1 episode 1998,
Magaly Colimon as Second Reporter 1 episode 1998,
Herb Foster as Merchant 1 episode 1998,
Michael Gaston as Detective 1 episode 1998,
Russell G. Jones as Wakim 1 episode 1998,
Stephen Kunken as Doctor 1 episode 1998,
Mike Lupica as Mike Lupica 1 episode 1998,
Anthony Mangano as Robber 1 episode 1998,
Conan O'Brien as Conan O'Brien 1 episode 1998,
Mike Royce as Christopher Carter's date 1 episode 1998,
Karen Shallo as Mourner 1 episode 1998,
Josh Stamberg as Phil 1 episode 1998,
Raymond Anthony Thomas as Joe 1 episode 1998,
Lorri Bagley as Mitsy 1 episode 1999,
Patrick Boll as Rob 1 episode 1999,
Buzz Bovshow as Rabbi Judson 1 episode 1999,
James Carville as James Carville 1 episode 1999,
Alfonse D'amato as Alfonse D'amato 1 episode 1999,
Brett Groneman as Kid 1 episode 1999,
Christopher Innvar as Fireman 1 episode 1999,
Peter Krause as Casey McCall 1 episode 1999,
Cassandra Kubinski as Student 1 episode 1999,
Madelon Marfield as Elderly Lady 1 episode 1999,
Dael Orlandersmith as Ethel Finney Impound Clerk 1 episode 1999,
Carrie Preston as Gayle 1 episode 1999,
Tony Rigo as Manny 1 episode 1999,
Frank Santorelli as Second Doorman 1 episode 1999,
Richard Thomsen as Judge 1 episode 1999,
Michael Aronov as First Protester 1 episode 2000,
Lori Tan Chinn as Samaritan Nun 1 episode 2000,
Joshua Clarke as Kid #2 1 episode 2000,
Andrew Fried as Guy 1 episode 2000,
Star Jones as Star Jones 1 episode 2000,
Bill Kux as Doctor 1 episode 2000,
Kevin Mambo as Smooth Daddy 1 episode 2000,
Tony Mennuto as Dealer 1 episode 2000,
William Mesnik as Rabbi Elgar 1 episode 2000,
Jay Montalvo as Teacher #2 1 episode 2000,
Sara Ramirez as Carol Quinn 1 episode 2000,
Peter Rini as Tony DiMarco 1 episode 2000,
Ruth Rudnick as Manager 1 episode 2000,
Dean Strange as Jason 1 episode 2000,
John C. Vennema as Co-Op President 1 episode 2000,
Ryan Culver as Jock 1 episode 2001,
Charlie Curtis as Beautiful Lady 1 episode 2001,
Serah D'Laine as Jenny 1 episode 2001,
Jack Knight as Commissioner O'Brien 1 episode 2001,
Frank Mancini as Man in Focus Group 1 episode 2001,
Colin McClean as Toy Store Clerk 1 episode 2001,
Beth Riesgraf as Waitress 1 episode 2001,
Jennifer Ritchkoff as TV Reporter 1 episode 2001,
Laura Stone as Tanya 1 episode 2001,
Brian Tahash as Huge Guy 1 episode 2001,
Adam Wylie as Kid 1 episode 2001,
Peter Scott Harmyk as Bartender 1 episode 2002,
Terence Heuston as Waiter 1 episode 2002,
Michael Longfield as Messenger 1 episode 2002,
Jennifer Garner as Becky 1 episode 1996,
Mario Mendoza as Jesus 1 episode 1996,
Jimmy Palumbo as Bartender 1 episode 1996,
Claudia Rocafort as Beautiful Woman 1 episode 1996,
Whitney Allen as Cathy 1 episode 1997,
David Aaron Baker as Jason 1 episode 1997,
Steve Gaasche as Band P.A. 1 episode 1997,
Timothi-Jane Graham as Waitress 1 episode 1997,
James Harder as Old Santa 1 episode 1997,
Dennis Paladino as Sergeant 1 episode 1997,
Kim Raver as Jeannie 1 episode 1997,
Brian Van Holt as Brent 1 episode 1997,
Tim Allen as Rags 1 episode 1998,
Reathel Bean as John 1 episode 1998,
Willie C. Carpenter as Nigerian Delegate 1 episode 1998,
Sue Cremin as Nurse June 1 episode 1998,
Jimmy Fallon as Photographer 1 episode 1998,
Heather Gottlieb as Erika 1 episode 1998,
John Hines as Man 1 episode 1998,
Anne James as Nurse 1 episode 1998,
Matt Malloy as Ben 1 episode 1998,
Mary B. McCann as T.V. Reporter 1 episode 1998,
Amy Poehler as Susan 1 episode 1998,
David Lee Russek as Stripper 1 episode 1998,
Steve Ryan as Fred 1 episode 1998,
Joe Torre as Joe Torre 1 episode 1998,
Ned Van Zandt as Mr. Anderson 1 episode 1998,
Stewart J. Zully as First Reporter 1 episode 1998,
William Charlton as Depressed Guy 1 episode 1999,
William Christian as Man 1 episode 1999,
Roger Clemens as Roger Clemens 1 episode 1999,
Reginald Davis as Kid 1 episode 1999,
Scott Decker as Rick 1 episode 1999,
Danny Mastrogiorgio as First Rescue Worker 1 episode 1999,
Michael McElroy as Gym Manager 1 episode 1999,
Karen Rogers as Second Reporter 1 episode 1999,
George Sarris as Game Show Contestant 1 episode 1999,
Omar Scroggins as Second Kid 1 episode 1999,
Allison Daugherty Smith as Audrey 1 episode 1999,
Wali Collins as Cab Driver 1 episode 2000,
Ron Crawford as Judge 1 episode 2000,
Mitchell Giles as Johnny 1 episode 2000,
Rachel Jacobs as Tina 1 episode 2000,
Lisa Ling as Lisa Ling 1 episode 2000,
Jim Ortlieb as Ian 1 episode 2000,
Patricia Plate as Woman #1 1 episode 2000,
Robb Pruitt as Samaritan Doctor 1 episode 2000,
Brad Raider as Hey Guy 1 episode 2000,
Wills Robbins as Technician 1 episode 2000,
Doug Spinuzza as Stoner Guy 1 episode 2000,
Patrick Welsh as Father 1 episode 2000,
Christopher Alexander as Catcher 1 episode 2001,
Gelbert Coloma as George Washington #3 1 episode 2001,
Christiane Eden as Women Smoker 1 episode 2001,
Holly Mandel as Rebecca 1 episode 2001,
Howard Mann as Anthony DeMatt 1 episode 2001,
Scott McAfee as Young Mayor 1 episode 2001,
Seth Meyers as Doug 1 episode 2001,
Kiran Rao as Subir 1 episode 2001,
Gabriel Scalone as Thug 1 episode 2001,
Sean Smith as Maitre D' 1 episode 2001,
Dirk Etchison as Conference Attendee 1 episode 2002,
Jerry Giles as Advisor 1 episode 2002,
Jack Kerrigan as Man in Copy Room 1 episode 2002,
Kim Serafin as Lila 1 episode 1996,
Eric Slovin as Man In Hallway 1 episode 1996,
Brian Tarantina as First Homeless Man 1 episode 1996,
Carole Addabbo as First Dinner Guest 1 episode 1997,
Scott Brasfield as Mick 1 episode 1997,
Geneva Carr as Kathy 1 episode 1997,
Timothy Devlin as Arresting Officer 1 episode 1997,
Dan Dierdorf as Dan Dierdorf 1 episode 1997,
John Elsen as Cop 1 episode 1998,
Barbara Gulan as Tina 1 episode 1998,
John C. Havens as Waiter 1 episode 1998,
Jay Potter as Press Secretary 1 episode 1998,
Margaret Reed as Candice 1 episode 1998,
Sue Jin Song as Second Reporter 1 episode 1998,
Todd Stashwick as Television Director 1 episode 1998,
Kenneth P. Strong as City Official 1 episode 1998,
Chris Tallman as Bouncer 1 episode 1998,
Jennifer Van Dyck as Interviewer 1 episode 1998,
Andrew Weems as Televangelist 1 episode 1998,
Chuck Bunting as Fan 1 episode 1999,
Kevin Carolan as Reporter 1 episode 1999,
Malea McGuinness as Woman 1 episode 1999,
Anne Shropshire as Nikki's grandmother 1 episode 1999,
Landry Allbright as Susie 1 episode 2000,
Peter Arpesella as Italian Actor #1 1 episode 2000,
John Carney as Dentist 1 episode 2000,
George Ede as Elderly Man 1 episode 2000,
Judah Friedlander as Flirtatious Man in Bar 1 episode 2000,
Linda Porter as Woman #2 1 episode 2000,
Kevin Ruf as Attendant 1 episode 2000,
Meredith Vieira as Meredith Vieira 1 episode 2000,
Greg Wrangler as Delivery Guy 1 episode 2000,
Chad Cox as Young Chad 1 episode 2001,
Paul Hungerford as Husband 1 episode 2001,
Anthony Provenzano as George Washington #4 1 episode 2001,
Christine Romeo as TV Anchorwoman 1 episode 2001,
Helen Siff as Woman on TV 1 episode 2001,
Antonio Lewis Todd as First Base Umpire 1 episode 2001,
Thomas Albert Goodman as City Hall Employee #1 1 episode 2002,
Johnny Hawkes as Chad 1 episode 2002,
John Sobestanovich as Second Homeless Man 1 episode 1996,
Kim Yancey as Second Reporter 1 episode 1996,
Frank Dattolo as Second Dinner Guest 1 episode 1997,
Raúl Esparza as Reporter 1 episode 1997,
Josephine Ann Longobardi as Josephine Ann Longobardi - The Court Officer 1 episode 1997,
Craig Mathers as Newscaster 1 episode 1997,
Jan Owen as Mrs. Walker 1 episode 1997,
Brette Taylor as Susan 1 episode 1997,
Dina Pearlman as Tour Guide 1 episode 1998,
Lannyl Stephens as Mother 1 episode 1998,
David Tawil as Millionaire 1 episode 1998,
Kelly Anne Fitzpatrick as Kelly Anne Fitzpatrick 1 episode 1999,
Stacey Logan as Nurse 1 episode 1999,
Thomas Lyons as Second Reporter 1 episode 1999,
Mark Mortimer as Vendor 1 episode 1999,
Mark Kenneth Smaltz as Reporter 1 episode 1999,
Gordon Joseph Weiss as Homeless Guy 1 episode 1999,
Gregg Curtis as Clown 1 episode 2000,
Paolo Pagliacolo as Italian Actor #2 1 episode 2000,
Kal Penn as Buddy 1 episode 2000,
Timm Sharp as Second Protester 1 episode 2000,
Barbara Winters Pinto as Elderly Woman 1 episode 2000,
Matt Corboy as Boyfriend 1 episode 2001,
David Doty as Fake Doctor 1 episode 2001,
Terry Horton as Home Plate Umpire 1 episode 2001,
Michael Raysses as Man in Bar 1 episode 2001,
Nate Reese as Man on TV 1 episode 2001,
Terry Walters as Wife 1 episode 2001,
Sabrina Speer as Britney 1 episode 2002,
Chris Vacard as City Hall Employee #2 1 episode 2002,
Amy Hohn as Third Reporter 1 episode 1996,
William Preston as Older Homeless Man 1 episode 1996,
Curt Chaplin as Curt Chaplin - The Court Reporter 1 episode 1997,
Christopher Cooke as Santa #2 1 episode 1997,
Frank Gifford as Frank Gifford 1 episode 1997,
Jullie Chung as Nurse 1 episode 1998,
Kal Cauthen as Second Rescue Worker 1 episode 1999,
Julianne Malveaux as Julianne Malveaux 1 episode 1999,
John Christopher Scott as Phil 1 episode 1999,
Victor Verhaeghe as Employee 1 episode 2000,
Bob Costas as Bob Costas 1 episode 2001,
Jenna Fischer as Waitress 1 episode 2001,
Jabari Hearn as ER Doctor 1 episode 2001,
Jill Lynett Jackson as Receptionist 1 episode 2001,
Dolores G. Shaw as Woman with Leftovers 1 episode 2001,
Peter James Smith as Host 1 episode 2001,
Steve W. Rose as Secret Service Agent 1 episode 2002,
Wilson Jermaine Heredia as Wilson Heredia 1 episode 1997,
Paul Romero as Bully 1 episode 1997,
Jay Russell as Reporter 1 episode 1997,
Geoffrey Wigdor as Butch 1 episode 1998,
Peter Roff as Peter Roff 1 episode 1999,
Nahanni Johnstone as Stewardess 1 episode 2000,
Jean Ford as Woman in Bar 1 episode 2001,
Montana Tsai as Little Girl 1 episode 2001,
Larry King as Larry King 1 episode 1997,
Peggy Shay as Little Old Lady 1 episode 1997,
Adam Graves as Adam Graves - New York Ranger 1 episode 1998,
Matt Hedge as Young Paul 1 episode 1998,
Bill Maher as Bill Maher 1 episode 1999,
Tom Chick as Employee 1 episode 2001,
Kenny Sheehan as Kenny the Janitor 1 episode 1997,
Pat LaFontaine as Pat LaFontaine - New York Ranger 1 episode 1998,
Al Michaels as Al Michaels 1 episode 1997,
Dan Cloutier as Dan Cloutier - New York Ranger 1 episode 1998,
Jeff Gordon as Jeff Gordon 1 episode 1998,
Jayson Williams as Jayson Williams 1 episode 1998,
Anthony Rapp as Anthony Rapp 1 episode 1997,
Daphne Rubin-Vega as Daphne Rubin-Vega 1 episode 1997,
Dave Allen as Crackpot 1 episode 2000,
Wes as Rags (uncredited) 7 episodes 1998-2000,
Jerry D. O'Donnell as Bartender (uncredited) 6 episodes 1997-1998,
Rudy Ruggiero as Journalist (uncredited) 2 episodes 1996,
Kathryn Johnston as Book Club Lady / ... (uncredited) 2 episodes 1997-1998,
Kyu C. Lee as Waiter (uncredited) 2 episodes 2001,
Jennifer Gabbert as Go-Go Dancer / ... (uncredited) 2 episodes 2002,
Brantley Black as Waiter (uncredited) 1 episode 1997,
John Thrall Bush as Town Hall Questioner (uncredited) 1 episode 1997,
Mary Ellen Cravens as Kristen (uncredited) 1 episode 1997,
John Hartmann as TV Reporter (uncredited) 1 episode 1997,
Judy Krause as George Stephanopoulos' Secretary (uncredited) 1 episode 1997,
La Donna Mabry as Reporter #2 (uncredited) 1 episode 1997,
Christopher J. Marcinko as Reporter (uncredited) 1 episode 1997,
Mia Matthews as Bartender (uncredited) 1 episode 1997,
Jon M. McDonnell as Drug Dealer (uncredited) 1 episode 1997,
Mike Muldoon as Reaction Man (uncredited) 1 episode 1997,
Tristram Plummer as Reporter (uncredited) 1 episode 1997,
Andy Redmond as Disgruntled father (uncredited) 1 episode 1997,
Stephen Scibetta as Strip Club DJ (uncredited) 1 episode 1997,
Craig Shoemaker as Brian (uncredited) 1 episode 1997,
Nick Stellate as Office Worker (uncredited) 1 episode 1997,
Billybeatz as Video Cameraman (uncredited) 1 episode 1998,
Lisa Kathleen Collins as Bridesmaid (uncredited) 1 episode 1998,
Sam Michael Fox as Audience (uncredited) 1 episode 1998,
John Giugliano as Jerry (uncredited) 1 episode 1998,
Eric Keith as Tourist with Camcorder (uncredited) 1 episode 1998,
Rohan Quine as Party-goer obstructing Flaherty (uncredited) 1 episode 1998,
Bobby Reed as Fashion Stylist (uncredited) 1 episode 1998,
Judy Toma as The Senator (uncredited) 1 episode 1998,
Sean Michael Arthur as Nude Male Model (uncredited) 1 episode 1999,
Dar Billingham as Mayor's Office Employee (uncredited) 1 episode 1999,
The Churchills as Street Performers (uncredited) 1 episode 1999,
Tom Cottone as Street Performer (uncredited) 1 episode 1999,
Amir Darvish as Cabbie (uncredited) 1 episode 1999,
Malcolm Devine as News Crew (uncredited) 1 episode 1999,
Tony Devon as FBI Man #1 (uncredited) 1 episode 1999,
Fabrizio Fante as Yankees Fan (uncredited) 1 episode 1999,
Bourke Floyd as Irate Yankees Fan (uncredited) 1 episode 1999,
Sabrina Gennarino as Reporter (uncredited) 1 episode 1999,
Jed Higgerson as Street Performer (uncredited) 1 episode 1999,
Crystal Rose as Lynn Bondek (uncredited) 1 episode 1999,
Mike Struck as Sailor in Steakhouse (uncredited) 1 episode 1999,
Lolita Anderson as Laughing Secretary (uncredited) 1 episode 2000,
John D. Bair as Pig Farmer #2 (uncredited) 1 episode 2000,
Mario Brassard as French Construction Guy (uncredited) 1 episode 2000,
Michelle Crowe-Paz as Theater Patron (uncredited) 1 episode 2000,
Francis Guinan as Priest #2 (uncredited) 1 episode 2000,
Blaise Hemingway as Forrester (uncredited) 1 episode 2000,
Erika L. Holmes as Tonya (uncredited) 1 episode 2000,
Troy Martin as Mayor's Bodyguard (uncredited) 1 episode 2000,
Eric Stonestreet as The Photographer (uncredited) 1 episode 2000,
Amanda Thorp as Julie (uncredited) 1 episode 2000,
Traci Ann Wolfe as Hot Grieving Chick (uncredited) 1 episode 2000,
Krista Allen as Jesse (uncredited) 1 episode 2001,
Melinda Bennett as Caitlin's Cousin Marsha (Bride) (uncredited) 1 episode 2001,
Diane Boge as News Reporter (uncredited) 1 episode 2001,
Staci Cross as (uncredited) 1 episode 2001,
Julie David as Shoplifter (uncredited) 1 episode 2001,
Adam DiSpirito as NY Yankee Outfielder (uncredited) 1 episode 2001,
Russell Duncan as Wedding Guest (uncredited) 1 episode 2001,
Christopher Francis as Strip Club Patron (uncredited) 1 episode 2001,
Steve Hosford as Scrawny Guy (uncredited) 1 episode 2001,
Steve Lindsay as Baseball Player (uncredited) 1 episode 2001,
Jonathan Nail as Priest (uncredited) 1 episode 2001,
Nik Wilcox as Kissing Waiter (uncredited) 1 episode 2001,
Adrienne Zi as Reporter (uncredited) 1 episode 2001,
André Gordon as Security Guard (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Cynthia Huerta as Mayor of San Antonio (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Diana Kauffman as Victoria's Secret Model (uncredited) 1 episode 2002,
Chi Muoi Lo as Walter (uncredited) 1 episode 2002

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