Inside Schwartz

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Inside Schwartz
Created by Stephen Engel
Written by Bill Kuntsler
Directed by Gail Mancuso
Gil Junger
Starring Breckin Meyer
Maggie Lawson
Richard Kline
Theme music composer Ben Vaughn
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 13
Executive producer(s) Stephen Engel
Producer(s) John Ziffren
Location(s) 20th Century Fox Studios
10201 Pico Blvd., Century City, Los Angeles, California
Cinematography Peter Smokler
Running time 30 minutes
Production company(s) 20th Century Fox Television
National Broadcasting Company
Distributor NBC
Original channel NBC
Original run September 27, 2001 (2001-09-27)  – January 3, 2002 (2002-01-03)

Inside Schwartz is an American sitcom starring Breckin Meyer as the titular character. The show was produced by 20th Century Fox Television and National Broadcasting Company and first aired on NBC on Thursday Night at 8:30 EST.


After losing a long-time girlfriend (Lawson), minor-league sportscaster Adam Schwartz's (Meyer) dating life is illustrated by sports highlights (as presented by Fox Sports Net) in which various pro sports personalities appear. For instance, when Adam's date reveals that she has three children a referee appears and makes the call "Too many players on the field".



The series was cancelled midway into its first season despite having an average household rating of 9.8 and being ranked 16th among all programs in the ratings.[why?][1]

Episode list[edit]

Episode # Episode title Original airdate
01 "Pilot" September 27, 2001
02 "Let's Go to the Videotape" October 4, 2001
03 "The Pinch Hitter" October 18, 2001
04 "Event Night" October 25, 2001
05 "Comic Relief Pitcher" November 29, 2001
06 "Roommates" December 6, 2001
07 "Play-Action Fake Boyfriend" December 20, 2001
08 "Eve's Date with Schwartz's Destiny" December 27, 2001
09 "Kissing Cousin" January 3, 2002
10 "It's All in the Footwork" Unaired
11 "Service, Schwartz?" Unaired
12 "Bless Me Father, for I Have Fired You" Unaired
13 "He Ain't Funny, He's My Brother" Unaired

See also[edit]


  1. ^ The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows 1946-Present. 

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