Less Than Perfect (2002 - 2009)


Less Than Perfect

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A lowly `floater' for a TV network becomes the assistant to its vain newsanchor. Claudia `Claude' Casey has Mary Richards' good-natured spunk; good thing for her, since she's resented by two snobby coworkers, who seek to sabotage her at every turn. Creator Terri Minsky was a writer on `Sex and the City.'

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2006, Lifetime, 13 episodes

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2004, Lifetime, 22 episodes

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2003, Lifetime, 24 episodes

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Critics Consensus: Sara Rue may be a charming heroine, but the workplace comedy's supporting cast is Less than Perfect.

2002, Lifetime, 22 episodes

Cast

Sara Rue
as Claudia `Claude' Casey
Zachary Levi
as Kipp Steadman
Sherri Shepherd
as Ramona Platt
Andrea Parker
as Lydia Weston
Andy Dick
as Owen Kronsky
Eric Roberts
as Will Butler
Will Sasso
as Carl Monari
French Stewart
as Schmidtline
George Wyner
as Alan Turnbach
John Eric Bentley
as Assistant Director
Joe Liss
as Stokely
Jim Marshall
as Exec No. 2
Bob Odenkirk
as Evan Hunter
Star Jones
as Dr. Curtis
Darrell Alston
as Piano Player
Jonathan Bray
as Delivery Guy
Tony Perkins
as Himself
Regis Philbin
as Xin Zao Pi
Stefan Marks
as Stage Manager
Esther Scott
as Interviewer
Joe Medalis
as Older Executive
Pamela Anderson
as Vicki Devorski
Paula Abdul
as Kathleen
Jim Rash
as Rob McLyle
Anthony Lee
as Liam Turnbach
Brooke Burke
as Nurse Benson
Bill Walton
as Himself
Joan Rivers
as Louise Hill
Teresa Parente
as Receptionist
Don Calfa
as Uncle Nicky
Caryne Shea
as Saleswoman
Ana Rey
as Assistant
Stephen Lee
as Store Owner
Pat Dade
as cashier
Joleen Lutz
as Instructor
Gordon Clapp
as Det. Martin
Harry Groener
as Dr. Skaarsgard
Howard Miller
as Exec No. 1
Christopher T. Wood
as Photographer
Mike Siegel
as New Potato Guy
Janell Inez
as Saleswoman
DJ Rabiola
as Bouncer
Jerry Lambert
as Dr. Altman
Mark Curry
as Morpheus
Jason Huber
as Strange Man
Jim Doughan
as Customer
Masi Oka
as Hideki
Jennifer Echols
as Cafeteria Worker
Natasha Lalom
as Daniella
Bruce Dent
as Art Critic
Rolando Molina
as Security Man
Ben Feldman
as Nicholas
Sonya Eddy
as Security Woman
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Series Details

TV Network: Lifetime
Premiere Date: Oct 1, 2002
Genre: Comedy
Executive Producers: Terry Minsky, Nina Wass, Gene Stein
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