Go Fish (TV series)

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Go Fish
Genre Sitcom
Created by Adam Herz
Developed by Pam Brady
Written by Pam Brady
Adam Herz
Phil Lord
Jeff Lowell
Christopher Miller
Directed by Allan Arkush
John Fortenberry
Peter Lauer
Arlene Sanford
Starring Kieran Culkin
Kyle Sabihy
Taylor Handley
Will Friedle
Kristin Lehman
Joe Flaherty
Molly Cheek
Andy Dick
Katherine Ellis
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 5 (1 unaired)
Production
Executive producer(s) Pam Brady
Jeff Lowell
Gene Stein
Nina Wass
Producer(s) Jason Saville
Kent Zbornak
Editor(s) David Rogers
Skip Collector
Camera setup Film; Single-camera
Production company(s) Touchstone Television
Distributor Buena Vista Television
Broadcast
Original channel NBC
Original run June 19 – July 3, 2001

Go Fish is an American television sitcom that aired on NBC[1] from June 19 to July 3, 2001. The series was created by Adam Herz (a screenwriter for the American Pie film series), developed by Pam Brady (a consultant writer for South Park) and starred Kieran Culkin in his only regular role in a television series. A total of five episodes were produced, leaving one of those five unaired.

Premise[edit]

Andy Troutner (nicknamed "Fish") (Kieran Culkin) is beginning his first year of high school at Westlake High. Joining him are his two best friends Henry Krakowski (Kyle Sabihy), the so-called wise one of the group and Hazard (Taylor Handley), whose personality is defined by his name. His older brother Pete (Will Friedle), is a recent college graduate who gets a job at Fish's school. Rounding out the people in Fish's school are Ernie Hopkins (Andy Dick), their overdramatic drama teacher, Laura Eastwood (Kristin Lehman), their attractive English teacher and Jess Riley (Katherine Ellis), a beautiful girl that Fish has affections for. His home life consisted of his not so smart brain surgeon dad (Joe Flaherty) and his homemaker mother (Molly Cheek). Future stars Adam Brody and Joanna Garcia made guest appearances.

Cast[edit]

Episodes[edit]

# Episode title Original air date Production
code
1 "Go Four-Point Plan" June 19, 2001 Q202
2 "Go PDA" June 19, 2001 Q204
3 "Go Student Council" June 26, 2001 Q203
4 "Go Wrestling" July 3, 2001 Q205
5 "Go Rebel" Unaired Q206

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