Three Sisters (2001 - 2002)

Three Sisters


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A man tries to adjust to his wife's tight-knit relationship with her two strong-willed sisters, a scenario he likens to being `married to three women.' Smartly written but dogged by scheduling problems, the show was unable to draw well, even after landing the cushy spot behind `Frasier.'


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2001, NBC, 19 episodes

Critics Consensus: Assembling a likable troop of actresses and giving them vacantly crude material to work with, Three Sisters is an unfunny waste of comedic talent.

2001, NBC, 16 episodes


Katherine LaNasa
as Bess Bernstein-Flynn Keats
David Alan Basche
as Steven Keats
Vicki Lewis
as Nora Lynn Bernstein-Flynn Quinn
AJ Langer
as Annie Bernstein-Flynn
Dyan Cannon
as Honey Bernstein-Flynn
Peter Bonerz
as George Bernstein-Flynn
Edward Kerr
as Jake Riley
Logan Fischer
as Charlie Keats
Landan Fischer
as Charlie Keats
Roger Rees
as Frederick
Valerie Harper
as Merle Keats
Matt McCoy
as Dr. Fenmore
Wallace Shawn
as Dean Spencer Webb
Leeza Vinnichenko
as Waxing Lady
Jo Nell Kennedy
as Admitting Nurse
Mike Grief
as Scary Guy
Andy Dick
as Himself
Nelson Mashita
as Sushi Chef
Jean St. James
as Saleslady
Pat Finn
as Kevin
Stan Sellers
as Donation Counselor
Cindy Lu
as Labor Nurse
William Rogers
as Businessman
Howard Hesseman
as Jerry Keats
Christopher Perez
as Flower Delivery Guy
Talitha Peters
as Lunching Lady No. 1
John Balma
as Waiter
Rob Roberts
as Customer
Jon Curry
as Bartender
Marisa Theodore
as Babysitter
Susan Fakuda
as Lunching Lady No. 2
Daniel Hansen
as Randy Martin
Kevin Kirkpatrick
as Yoga Student
Tom Gottlieb
as Knicks Fan
Will Potter
as Male Customer
Amy Lloyd
as Sales Lady
Joe Howard
as Auctioneer
Ginny McMath
as Mrs. Martin
Susanne Wright
as Lunching Lady No. 3
George Wyner
as Dr. Alfred
John Valdetero
as Det. Ross
Jeff Griggs
as Richard
Thea Mann
as Woman Customer
Dennis Cockrum
as Father Kempton
Rob Evors
as Bartender
Albert Owens
as Businessman
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Series Details

TV Network: NBC
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Genre: Comedy
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