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|Created by||Bill Oakley
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||8 (plus 3 unaired)|
|Executive producer(s)||Bill Oakley
|Location(s)||Columbia/Warner Bros. Ranch; 411 North Hollywood Way, Burbank, California|
|Cinematography||Rick F. Gunter
|Running time||22 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Bill Oakley/Josh Weinstein Productions
The Tannenbaum Company
Warner Bros. Television
|Original run||September 11, 2003– March 17, 2004|
The Mullets is a sitcom that was created by producers Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein. It first aired on UPN in 2003, and was cancelled in 2004 due to poor reception. It starred Michael Weaver, David Hornsby, Loni Anderson, and John O'Hurley.
The pilot featured The Dudley Boyz and La Résistance, where O'Hurley's character interrupted the WWE Raw tag team match and left the whole arena confused including the staff but with a laugh track added in. The scene was recorded months before the production of the series
The Mullets are blue-collar, wrestling-loving, light-hearted, optimistic brothers who don the hairstyle that bears their surname ("business in the front, party in the back"). The brothers, who sport identical mullet haircuts, have different personalities; Dwayne Mullet (Michael Weaver) has a loud, in-your-face demeanor, while Denny Mullet (David Hornsby) is a quieter, more thoughtful, easygoing guy. The brothers live life to the fullest while dreaming of bigger and better futures, though their fantasies are out of step with their reality.
Their mother, Mandi Mullet-Heidecker (Loni Anderson), is a warm, maternal type who couldn't be more proud of her offspring, no matter what they do. She's recently married to Roger Heidecker (John O'Hurley), a clean-cut game show host who is the polar opposite of her boys and her former life.
Eleven episodes were made, but only eight were broadcast.
|№||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production code|
|1||"Smackdown"||Gail Mancuso||Bill Oakley & Josh Weinstein||September 11, 2003||M101|
|The brothers try to win wrestling tickets in a radio contest for their mother's birthday.|
|2||"Love Freakin' Story"||Gail Mancuso||Aaron Ehasz||September 16, 2003||M102|
|Dwayne falls for a stuntwoman who knocks him out with one punch.|
|3||"Raging Waters"||Gail Mancuso||Jordan Hawley & Will Schifrin||September 23, 2003||M103|
|Dwayne, Denny and Mendi go on a houseboat vacation on Lake Havasu with Roger, leaving Gordo and Bill to house-sit.|
|4||"Touched by a Mullet"
|Gail Mancuso||Sam O'Neal & Neil Boushell||September 30, 2003||M104|
|When rain temporarily puts them out of work, Dwayne and Denny volunteer their services to the Quizmaster set, where they try to prove to the staff that Roger can be a fun-loving guy.|
|5||"Grudge Match"||Gail Mancuso||John O'Bryan||October 7, 2003||M105|
|The brothers found their own wrestling league.|
|6||"Smoke on the Water"||Gail Mancuso||Reid Harrison||October 14, 2003||M106|
|Dwayne and Denny try to replace Roger's destroyed Cuban cigars.|
|7||"Losin' It"||Gail Mancuso||Eric Horsted||October 21, 2003||M110|
|Dwayne loses his hair when it gets stuck to the roof with hot tar.|
|8||"Silent But Deadly"
|Dennis Dugan||Patric M. Verrone||March 17, 2004||M108|
|The brothers get into trouble with Adam West at a Hollywood party.|
|9||"Airway to Heaven"
|Dennis Dugan||Sam O'Neal & Neil Boushell||--||M107|
|The guys enter an air-band competition to win the money for their impounded truck.|
"Melanie + Steve Sharp"
|John Blanchard||Aaron Ehasz||--||M109|
|After Melanie has a bad date, Dwayne encourages Denny to finally ask her out.|
|11||"Roger Gone Wild"||John Blanchard||Tom Huang||--||M111|
|Roger develops a wild style for Quizmaster.|
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