Dharma & Greg

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ABC (ended 2002)

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Dharma & Greg

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Dharma & Greg was an unusual cross-generational situation comedy created by Chuck Lorre & Dottie Dartland. Dharma Finkelstein-Montgomery (Jenna Elfman) is a free-spirited yoga instructor with an incredible knack for looking on the bright side. Raised by hippie parents, she was taught to shun convention, trust her wildest instincts, and find the joy in everyday life. Her husband, Greg Montgomery (Thomas Gibson), is a conservative, Harvard-educated attorney and the yin to Dharma's yang. Married on their first date, they have remained committed to each other from day one, despite the obstacles presented by the world around them.

Among those obstacles are Dharma's counterculture parents, Abby (Mimi Kennedy) and Larry (Alan Rachins), who recently brought another bohemian bundle of joy - baby Harry - into the world. On the other side, literally, are Greg's uptight, blue-blood parents, Kitty (Susan Sullivan) and Edward (Mitchell Ryan), who've slowly but surely come to accept the fact that their son married outside the country club boundaries.

Executive producer Chuck Lorre made minor television history by taking advantage of the fact that many fans didn't see the show at the time of its broadcast: for those who videotaped the show, each episode's end credits reveal a special message from Lorre on a vanity card. These are currently being added and can be found under the "Notes" section for each episode.moreless
Jenna Elfman

Jenna Elfman

Dharma Finkelstein Montgomery

Thomas Gibson

Thomas Gibson

Greg Montgomery

Mimi Kennedy

Mimi Kennedy

Abby O'Neil

Alan Rachins

Alan Rachins

Larry Finkelstein

Susan Sullivan

Susan Sullivan

Kitty Montgomery

Mitch Ryan

Mitch Ryan

Edward Montgomery

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  • Use to love this show.

    8.5
    Loved the story/plot. Good idea.
  • Dharma and Greg

    9.0
    Such a fun and entertaining show!



    Jenna Elfman is fantastic as Dharma. I have seen her in many other shows and movies now - but in a way, a little bit of Jenna will always be Dharma to me (and I'm sure to many other people as well).

    However, the whole cast was awesome.



    If I had to state one of my favourite things about the show, I would have to say that it was the way that Dharma and her family used to totally freak out Kitty Montgomery (Susan Sullivan).



    This is a classic comedy (and one that I will never forget).moreless
  • THE BEST

    10
    I just have one thing to say: THIS IS THE BEST SHOW EVER PUT ON TV and it is so sad that there was only 5 seasons. But I guess the best things in life never last forever. DHARMA & GREG IS MY FAVORITE SHOW.
  • Dharma & Greg were a couple who met and married on the same day. Their ups and downs with beliefs, in-laws, and so on kept viewers laughing and rooting for them to make it.moreless

    10
    My husband and I watched this show when it was on and we recently re-watched every episode. We enjoyed it just as much as we did the first time around. The pairing of Jenna Elfman and Thomas Gibson was fantastic. The actors playing their friends and family were excellently cast as well. I would love to see a reunion show be done. It would be awesome to see what the character's lives would be like five or even ten years down the road. Did they just have one child, or did they have several children? I really miss this show!moreless
  • "Dharma, I can't believe what a free spirit you are!" That pretty much sums up the entire series. How can you base a whole series on such a stupid premise?

    2.1
    "Hi, my name's Dharma."

    "Hi, my name's Greg. Gee, Dharma, I've had bad luck with relationships lately. You wanna get married?"

    "Sure! I'm a spontaneous, 'cool' hippy, so I'll do anything stupid once."



    The entire rest of the show is basically about what a stupid idea this was, since they know nothing about each other. I gave this show a chance, too much of a chance. This show taught me a lesson, though...don't marry a random annoying hippy chick. The only mildly funny dynamic is between the two sets of parents, but the main characters are so annoying (Greg is a giant pushover, Dharma is annoyingly co-dependent, needing approval for everything she does) it's not worth the time. That Family Guy skit really sums the whole thing up, in about two seconds.moreless
  • TWO AND A HALF MEN CREATOR CHUCK LORRE HAS INTRODUCED ASHTON KUTCHER AS A NEW STAR OF TELEVISION'S MOST POPULAR COMEDY, WHILE GAINING A MEASURE OF REVENGE AGAINST THE DEPARTED CHARLIE SHEEN.

    Chuck Lorre's Revenge on Charlie Sheen

    How Sheen's character Charlie Harper would be killed off was a closely-held secret and it was revealed right away during the season premiere: he slipped on a subway platform in Paris and was hit by an oncoming train.

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    edgy sitcom, 90s, Romantic Comedy, odd couple, Sitcoms