Guys Next Door

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Guys Next Door
GenreComedy
Created byDeborah McKay
Developed byDeborah McKay
Vince Manze
Written byDeborah McKay
Steve Mackal
Tom Burkhard
Directed byJon Ezrine
Dominic Orlando
Rick Squire
Voices ofCorey Burton
Theme music composerSBK Records
Country of originUSA
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes13
Production
Executive producer(s)Vince Manze
Deb Leibling
Producer(s)Deborah McKay
Production location(s) NBC Studios, Burbank, California
Editor(s)Lynne Lussier
Running time30 minutes
Production company(s)NBC Productions
Release
Original networkNBC
Original release27 August 1990 –
16 February 1991
Chronology
Preceded bySaved By the Bell

Guys Next Door is an American television series aired on NBC in the 1990-1991 season as part of its Saturday lineup.

The show starred Patrick J. Dancy, Eddie Garcia, Bobby Leslie, Damon Sharpe and Chris Wolf.

Most of the show centered on comedy sketches and spoofs of popular issues at the time, ala Saturday Night Live. The cast was also a boyband, signed to SBK/EMI records with a lone self-titled album, which spawned a Billboard Hot 100 single, "I've Been Waiting For You".

The Guys Next Door still have several fan websites and most of the group's music videos from the show are on YouTube.

While Wolf and Leslie dropped out of the public eye after the show ended, Dancy and Garcia are still active as actors. Sharpe is currently a Grammy award winning music producer and songwriter who has worked with such talents as Jennifer Lopez, Kylie Minogue, Anastacia, Kelly Rowland, Big Time Rush, New Boyz and Monica.[1]

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