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Originally Posted by NBC SiteMonday at 9pm. Fast. Furious. Fun.
You can bet on high stakes and high-speed action in this adrenaline-fueled drama from the writer of The Fast and the Furious. Big Ed Deline, former CIA, runs the best surveillance company in Vegas. Big Ed's best employee is Danny McCoy, an ex-Marine and Vegas native, who loves living life in the fast lane. Mike Cannon, head valet, keeps track of who's coming and going. Mary Connell, Danny's childhood friend, is a high-class escort who has a knack for learning people's darkest secrets. Danny's best source just might be Jane, the savvy new casino host. Both exude a seductive style -- a lot like the city itself.
James Caan Big Ed Deline | Josh Duhamel Danny McCoy | Vanessa Marcil Jane | Nikki Cox Mary Connell | Marsha Thomason Nessa Holt | Molly Sims Delinda Deline | James Lesure Mike Cannon
Originally Posted by NBC SitePILOT - Season Premiere
8pm 2003-09-09 ALL NEW!
MAVIS MAKES ROOM FOR HER BROTHER AND HIS COLORFUL NEW GIRLFRIEND IN THE SERIES PREMIERE -- In the series premiere, former singing diva turned hotel owner Mavis Rae (Whoopi Goldberg) makes room for her brother Courtney (Wren T. Brown) after his recent employer - Enron - suffers a small financial setback. However, her new hotel guest is in love and Mavis soon has the pleasure of meeting Rita (Elizabeth Regen), CourtneyÓs white girlfriend who talks and dresses like a "sister" -- and is just too much fun for her to ignore. Meanwhile, the hotelÓs need for a fulltime concierge prompts Mavis to promote her reliable handyman Nasim (Omid Djalili) giving him a shot at this new position. TV-14
Originally Posted by NBC SitePILOT - Season Premiere
8:30pm 2003-09-09 ALL NEW!
Peter and Annie Brennan (Larroquette and Baranski) are anxious to begin celebrating life as a couple again now that their children are all grown up, but it just doesn't seem to be in the cards. Their youngest (and definitely, not brightest), Tim (Tyler Francavilla, "Boston Public"), should be graduating from junior college, but instead he's moving in with the "older" woman-next-door -- his mom's thirty-something tennis partner, Maggie (Susan Gibney, NBC's "Crossing Jordan"). Their eldest, Todd (Jeff Davis, "The Downer Channel"), is the apple of his dad's eye and is engaged to a great girl - and having an affair with yet another great girl. And daughter Sara (Melanie Paxson, "Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of 'Three's Company'"), the over-achieving family success story, is in the midst of a major emotional meltdown. TV-PG
Originally Posted by NBC SiteThe mating ritual can get messy.
Let's see if we have this straight... Steve's with Jane but he's suddenly hot for Susan who met Steve through Jeff whom Susan used to go out with though she's just dumped Patrick so he's asked Sally out which bugs Susan since Sally is her best friend... Based on the BBC/Hartswood Films series of the same name, created by Steven Moffat, Coupling concerns love and lust among six thirtysomethings who are either involved, formerly involved or looking to become intimately involved -- often with each other. The result, not surprisingly, is a very involving comedy filled with eye-popping situations and equally jaw-dropping one-liners. The comic possibilities for pairings appear as limitless as the characters' desires for Coupling. Wild comedy... Insatiable laughs.
Colin Ferguson Patrick | Jay Harrington Steve | Christopher Moynihan Jeff | Lindsay Price Jane | Rena Sofer Susan | Sonya Walger Sally
Originally Posted by NBC SiteBased on a true story (really)!
Alicia Silverstone (Clueless) stars in this charming drama from Emmy-award winning executive producers Darren Star (Sex and the City, Melrose Place) and Jeff Rake (The Practice). Kate Fox (Silverstone) works as an associate in her father's Los Angeles law office. In addition to being a sharp divorce attorney, Kate has a knack for matchmaking. She considers her gift a hobby until a socialite bride credits Kate and word of her talent spreads. Soon Kate is juggling the conflicting worlds of divorce and true love. Her father Jerry would rather she focused on work -- and her reluctant law partner Nick couldn't agree more. However, Kate is determined to "spread the love." Plus, a chance meeting with a handsome stranger (David Conrad, Relativity) may help her find true love in the process.
Alicia Silverstone Kate Fox | Ryan O'Neal Jerry Fox | David Conrad Michael | James Roday Nick Paine | Lake Bell Victoria | Jodi Long Claire
The Lyon's Den
Originally Posted by NBC SiteSeries Premiere
10pm 2003-09-28 ALL NEW!
SENIOR PARTNER'S SHOCKING SUICIDE SENDS SHOCKWAVES THROUGH THE FIRM IN THE SERIES PREMIERE- John "Jack" Turner (Rob Lowe) has managed to evade the career expectations of others by working at his small pro-bono law clinic helping those without means who need legal representation. When the senior partner, Daniel Barrington (Kevin Cooney) at Lyon, LaCrosse and Levine suddenly dies, Terrence Christianson (James Pickens, Jr.), the head of the firm, calls on Jack to take Barrington's place. While Jack wants no part of it, Grant Rashton (Kyle Chandler) wants nothing more than to be Christianson's choice for the position. With the help of Rashton's scheming assistant, Brit Hanley (Frances Fisher), he will stop at nothing to get it. Also weaving her into the hierarchy of the firm is Ariel Saxon (Elizabeth Mitchell) who is struggling to battle alcoholism. Vying for her attention is paralegal, Jeff Fineman (David Krumholtz). With the sudden death of Turner's mentor, Barrington, Jack begins not only question his future role within the firm but the intentions of everyone around him. Rip Torn guest stars as Jack Turner's father, U.S. Senator Harlan M. Turner. TV-14