Situation: Comedy

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  • Season 1
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    • Episode 7
      Episode 7
      Episode 7
      9/2/05
      9.3
      As shooting night approaches, last-minute problems arise with the terms for Cheri Oteri's performance. An attempt is made to get actor George Wendt.
    • Episode 6
      Episode 6
      Episode 6
      8/26/05
      0.0
      The two teams meet with actress/comedienne Cheri Oteri to try to talk her into appearing in their show's presentation, as both shows have their on-stage rehearsals.
    • Episode 5
      Episode 5
      Episode 5
      8/19/05
      0.0
      The team making "Stephen's Life" finds that they may have to re-cast one of the major roles, while the team doing "The Sperm Donor" finds that they have to go back to the drawing board after a disastrous "table read."
    • Episode 4
      Episode 4
      Episode 4
      8/12/05
      0.0
      The two casts have their final auditions for the network brass, and the writers struggle to make their scripts as funny as possible before the deadline.
    • Episode 3
      Episode 3
      Episode 3
      8/2/05
      0.0
      The two teams of writer/producers have to start casting their sitcoms while still polishing their scripts. For "Stephen's Life," casting the right child actor for the lead role proves particularly diffiicult.
    • Episode 2
      Episode 2
      Episode 2
      7/26/05
      0.0
      The two sitcom ideas are chosen, and now the creators must get down to the business of actually writing the script for each pilot.
    • Episode 1
      Episode 1
      Episode 1
      7/26/05
      0.0
      Trying to get to tinsel town is the dream of thousands of writers, actors and directors. Situation: Comedy helps the comedic ideas of a few of those dreamers get off the ground. Sean Hayes and Todd Milliner are having a contest to find the next big comedy. This team of two with two televisions executives fly in the writers responsible for the what they consider the top 10 scripts out of the thousands that were submitted. After pitching their ideas for each of the comedies the judging is done and the field is narrowed down. With only 5 scripts left in the contest each script must be rewritten, rehearsed and tweaked to perfection before they head to pitch their scripts to the NBC executives. After excruciating interviews and pitches 2 shows are selected to move on in the show. The writers of the winning shows, "The Sperm Donor" and "Stephen's Life" will have 6 weeks to put together a script, get together actors and pull off a 15 minute pilot to be judged and hopefully win the show; getting those writers one step closer to realizing their dreams of having the next great comedy on TV.moreless
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