( Markie Post ).
( Jessica Capshaw ).
( Erik von Detten ).
( Natalia Cigliuti ).
( Vicki Davis ).
( Marina Malota ).
( Trevor Fehrman ).
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DESCRIPTION OF THE SHOW:
From Ed Decter and John J. Strauss, the co-writers of "There's Something About Mary," comes a look at the world of women through the eyes of a 15-year-old boy.
Andrew (Erik von Detten) is living any man's dream. He's the only male in a house he shares with five beautiful women in South Beach, Florida. Unfortunately for Andrew, these women are his mom, his aunt, and his three sisters. In his 15 years of life, he's never had a correct opinion, a private phone conversation or a hot shower.
His mother, Julia (Markie Post, "Night Court"), a busy caterer, is a widow, which makes raising her kids even more difficult as she has to act as mother, father and family provider. His Aunt Jordan (Jessica Capshaw), Julia's younger sister, is a booker at a modeling agency. A single woman around thirty, Jordan has a much simpler life than Julia's but manages to make it infinitely more complicated. Andrew's older, self-consumed sister, Paige (Natalia Cigliuti, "Saved By the Bell: The New Class"), is an aspiring model. She's not only intimidating to Andrew, but to most men she comes in contact with.
Andrew's 14-year-old sister, Val (Vicki Davis), rejects anything mainstream, including music, food, and especially Andrew. Andrew's youngest sister, 12-year-old Elizabeth (Marina Malota), the house litigater, takes special pleasure in prying into Andrew's business. Andrew's best friend, Keith (Trevor Fehrman), is in awe of his buddy being surrounded by women, but finds himself both curious and intimidated by the opposite sex -- and frustrated that he can't seem to get a date with any of them.
Though growing up surrounded by women has presented challenges for Andrew, it does have benefits. He can instantly recognize the scent of any girl's perfume, he is never at a shortage of Victoria's Secret catalogues and he has a unique sense of what women really want -- a powerful weapon in the dating world. But despite all these advantages, Andrew, like his fellow males on the planet, can never truly unravel the mystery of women.
"Odd Man Out" starred Markie Post as Julia, Erik von Detten as Andrew, Jessica Capshaw as Jordan, Natalia Cigliuti as Paige, Trevor Fehrman as Keith, Vicki Davis as Val and Marina Malota as Elizabeth.
John J. Strauss and Ed Decter are executive producers of the series. "Odd Man Out," which is filmed before an audience, is from Frontier Pictures in association with Warner Bros. Television.
JOHN J. STRAUSS and ED DECTER (Executive Producers)
Writing partners Ed Decter and John J. Strauss co-wrote the sleeper smash hit, "There's Something About Mary," starring Cameron Diaz, Matt Dillon and Ben Stiller. The pair originally wrote the script eight years prior to the film's release, and after years of turn-around, ultimately brought it to their friends, the Farrelly brothers. The movie has grossed over $250 million worldwide. The pair also have an expansive background in television, executive producing such shows as "The Closer," "Chicago Sons" and "Boy Meets World." Decter, who has directed commercials and music videos, is a graduate of Wesleyan University. Strauss is a graduate of UCLA's School of Motion Pictures and Television.
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Season 1 (1999-2000)
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