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|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||13|
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Distributor||CBS Television Distribution|
|Original release||January 23 – May 15, 1995|
Pig Sty is an American sitcom that premiered on UPN on January 23, 1995 during the network's disastrous first season. Pig Sty ran on Monday nights, after Star Trek: Voyager and Platypus Man. The series was produced by Paramount Network Television.
The show was about five male roommates sharing an apartment in New York City, and their female superintendent.
- Brian McNamara as Randy Fitzgerald – Randy was a struggling writer who supported himself by tending bar. He was often frustrated by his inability to sell a single story. Randy also had an unrequited crush on the building's superintendent, Tess.
- Matthew Borlenghi as Johnny Barzano – Johnny was young assistant district attorney and one of the roommates. In the pilot, Johnny was engaged and moving out, forcing the others to find a fourth person to split the rent with. However, Johnny decided that his fiancée was too "clingy" and called off the engagement and tried to move back into the apartment. It was Randy who would come up with the plan that would enable five guys to share a two bedroom apartment.
- David Arnott as Cal Evans – Cal was an unscrupulous advertising executive who also lived in the apartment. Cal was known for having slovenly of personal habits and for his love of smoking cigars. When Johnny tried to move back in, the other roommates initially tried to force out Cal because he of his bad habits. However, Cal revealed that he had secretly put his name on the lease to prevent them from kicking him out. So instead, the group decided that Cal should move into the walk-in closet with P. J.'s dog. Cal graduated from college with a 1.0 GPA. He claims that his favorite holidays are New Years Day and St. Patrick's Day because he likes to get girls really drunk so that they will have pity sex with him.
- Timothy Fall as P. J. Morris – P. J. wanted to be a songwriter, however, he never sold any of his songs and, in fact, lived off a large trust fund. P. J. was often ridiculed by Randy for being a "trust fund baby". Every few months he would have dinner with his father to discuss his going into the family business, but P. J. always refused. His family obtained its wealth from the tobacco industry, thus P. J.'s name can be seen as a pun on the Philip J. Morris Company.
- Sean O'Bryan as Joe "Iowa" Dantley – Joe Dantley was a doctor and a transplanted Iowan starting his residency at a local New York Hospital. He was only called Joe in the pilot episode; afterwards the guys all referred to him by the nickname "Iowa". He was originally supposed to be the fourth roommate when Johnny moved out. However, when Johnny wanted to come back a deal had to be reached to accommodate the situation.
- Liz Vassey as Tess Gallaway – Tess was a struggling actress who worked as the building superintendent while waiting for her acting career to take off. Randy would regularly break things in the apartment so that she would have to come up and repair them. In one episode he got Iowa to take some lab mice from the hospital, forcing her to come and catch them. All of this in a futile attempt to spend more time with Tess. Although she was aware of his crush on her, and that he was deliberately breaking objects, she did not return his affections. Tess believed that he was too immature for a serious relationship.
|Nº||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|1||"...and This Little Piggy Moved Out"||TBA||TBA||January 23, 1995|
|2||"Beauty & the Beasts"||TBA||TBA||January 30, 1995|
|3||"Iowa vs. New York"||TBA||TBA||February 6, 1995|
|4||"Mr. Nice Guy"||TBA||TBA||February 13, 1995|
|5||"Five Cards, No Stud"||TBA||TBA||February 20, 1995|
|6||"The Ghost and Mr. Evans"||TBA||TBA||February 27, 1995|
|7||"Party!!!"||TBA||TBA||March 6, 1995|
|8||"Erin Go Barf"||TBA||TBA||March 13, 1995|
|9||"May I Borrow a Cup of Death"||TBA||TBA||March 20, 1995|
|10||"Nightmare in 15C"||TBA||TBA||April 10, 1995|
|11||"The Maltese Falcone"||TBA||TBA||May 1, 1995|
|12||"Tess Makes the Man"||TBA||TBA||May 8, 1995|
|13||"Leap Into an Open Grave"||TBA||TBA||May 15, 1995|