Room for Two (TV series)

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Room for Two
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Starring Patricia Heaton
Linda Lavin
Peter Michael Goetz
Paula Kelly
Bess Meyer
Andrew Prine
John Putch
Jeff Yagher
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 25
Production
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel ABC
Original run March 24, 1992 – July 6, 1993

Room for Two is an American situation comedy that featured Patricia Heaton as Jill Kurland, an executive producer of a New York City television show called Wake Up, New York. The show focused on Jill's relationship with her mother from Ohio, played by Linda Lavin, who joined Jill's show as a result of her humorous and misplaced opinions and criticisms.[1]

Cast[edit]

Episode list[edit]

Ep. Episode title First aired
1 Pilot March 24, 1992
2 Not Quite ... Room for Two March 31, 1992
3 Whose Mouth is It Anyway? April 7, 1992
4 Help April 14, 1992
5 Private Parts April 15, 1992
6 Psyched! April 22, 1992
7 Winners and Other Losers April 29, 1992
8 A Couch with a View September 3, 1992
9 Little White Lies September 10, 1992
10 A Couple of Couples September 17, 1992
11 A Home, a Loan UNAIRED
12 My Right Foot September 24, 1992
13 If It's Saturday, It Must Be Meat Loaf October 1, 1992
14 A Night with the Jetsons October 8, 1992
15 Ken, We Hardly Knew Ye ... Much October 15, 1992
16 And Now, a Pause for Menopause October 29, 1992
17 The Night of the Living Lou November 12, 1992
18 Dog Day Afternoons November 26, 1992
19 All Men are Created Equal, Bummer December 3, 1992
20 All Edie's Children December 17, 1992
21 Sex, Rugs and Rock 'n' Roll June 8, 1993
22 To Book or Not to Book June 15, 1993
23 Moving On June 22, 1993
24 Big Noise from Mendota June 29, 1993
25 "M" is for the Many Things July 6, 1993

DVD releases[edit]

There are currently no DVD releases planned by Warner Bros., who owns the rights. However, the second episode was included in a commemorative DVD released by Warner Bros. during their 50th anniversary, along with the pilot of My Sister Sam.

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