George and Leo

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George and Leo
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Genre Sitcom
Created by Rob Long
Dan Staley
Written by Phil Baker
Betsy Borns
Reid Harrison
Rob Long
Howard Margulies
Bob Sand
Aaron Shure
Dan Staley
Drew Vaupen
Directed by James Burrows
Pamela Fryman
Michael Lessac
Philip Charles MacKenzie
Brian K. Roberts
Starring Bob Newhart
Judd Hirsch
Composer(s) Christophe Beck
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 22
Production
Executive producer(s) Rob Long
Dan Staley
Producer(s) Tim Berry
Stephen C. Grossman
Running time 22 minutes
Production company(s) Staley-Long Productions
Paramount Television
Release
Original network CBS
Original release September 15, 1997 – March 16, 1998

George and Leo is an American sitcom starring Bob Newhart and Judd Hirsch which aired on CBS from September 15, 1997 to March 16, 1998.

Synopsis[edit]

Newhart and Hirsch starred as the respective title characters, widely divergent men who become in-laws when their children get married. George's (Newhart) son was played by Jason Bateman. Bess Meyer initially played Leo's (Hirsch) daughter, but was replaced after the first eight episodes by Robyn Lively. The series was set on Martha's Vineyard, where George owned a bookstore.

One episode, "The Cameo Show", featured guest appearances from many of the costars of Newhart's and Hirsch's previous sitcoms: The Bob Newhart Show, Taxi, Newhart, and Dear John. The series was canceled after 22 episodes due to low ratings.

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Episodes[edit]

No. Title Original air date
1 "Pilot: George & Leo" September 15, 1997
2 "The Wedding" September 22, 1997
3 "The Bribe" September 29, 1997
4 "The Baby-Care Class" October 6, 1997
5 "The Job" October 13, 1997
6 "The Review" October 20, 1997
7 "The Halloween Show" October 27, 1997
8 "The Cameo Show" November 3, 1997
9 "The Housekeeper" November 10, 1997
10 "The Witness" November 17, 1997
11 "The Thanksgiving Show" November 24, 1997
12 "The Smokers" December 8, 1997
13 "The Eggnog" December 15, 1997
14 "The Other Bookstore" January 5, 1998
15 "The Nine Wives of Leo Wagonman" January 12, 1998
16 "The Teacher" January 19, 1998
17 "The Poker Game" January 26, 1998
18 "The Gift" February 2, 1998
19 "The Nanny" February 23, 1998
20 "The Massage (Part 1)" March 2, 1998
21 "The Massage (Part 2)" March 9, 1998
22 "The Bongos" March 16, 1998

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