Ed Stevens was a contracts lawyer at a high-profile New York City firm. After being fired and splitting with his wife, Ed goes back home and reconnects with old friends. A charming, funny, often serious slice-of-life series focused not solely on Ed but on the lovable ensemble cast of people who live and work with him...
Last Episode04x17 Happily Ever After Aired: Feb. 06, 2004
The final episode of the sitcom sees Carol and Ed preparing to have a circus-themed wedding. Warren plans an ambitious video of the big day and …
Series Fun Facts
- Entitled "Stuckeyville", the original CBS pilot was devoted to setting up the premise of the series. It featured Ed's string of misfortunes, his nostalgic return to Stuckeyville, and his…
[show]Entitled "Stuckeyville", the original CBS pilot was devoted to setting up the premise of the series. It featured Ed's string of misfortunes, his nostalgic return to Stuckeyville, and his fateful encounter with Carol. When the show finally reached the air on NBC, the entire CBS pilot had been edited down to a brief montage at the beginning of the NBC pilot.
- The name of Ed's old law firm (Farmer & Sheehan) is an in-joke reference to Late Show with David Letterman stagehands Pat Farmer and Kenny Sheehan.
- In the season finale, Justin Long, who plays Warren, tells the escort he hired to take with him to the prom to pretend she is a sophomore at Vassar. Long graduated from Vassar in 2000.