Tucker (2000 TV series)
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The main characters of Tucker (from left to right), McKenna, Jeannie, Tucker, Claire, Leon and "Captain" Jimmy.
|Created by||Ron Milbauer|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||13 (9 aired in pairs 2001) (list of episodes)|
|Executive producer(s)||Terri Hughes|
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Sudden Entertainment|
|Original release||October 2 –|
October 23, 2000
Tucker's parents have divorced, and so he is forced to move into his despised aunt Claire's house, with her decidedly calmer airplane pilot husband Jimmy and strange cousin Leon. Originally disappointed at the arrangement, he spots their gorgeous neighbour McKenna. From that point forward, he valiantly attempts to become her boyfriend, competing with Seth Green.
In the UK and Ireland the show aired on Nickelodeon.
- Eli Marienthal as Tucker Pierce
- Noelle Beck as Jeannie Pierce
- Katey Sagal as Claire Wennick
- Nathan Lawrence as Leon Wennick
- Alison Lohman as McKenna Reid
- Casey Sander as "Captain" Jimmy Wennick
- Andrew Lawrence as Kenickie Behar
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|1||"Pilot"||Allan Arkush||Terri Hughes & Ron Milbauer||October 2, 2000||07-00-179|
|2||"Seth Green with Envy"||Allan Arkush||Terri Hughes & Ron Milbauer||October 9, 2000||07-00-101|
|3||"Everybody Dance Now"||Rodman Flender||Sheila R. Lawrence||October 16, 2000||07-00-102|
|4||"Big Putts"||Lev L. Spiro||Daniel Joshua Rubin||October 23, 2000||07-00-104|
|5||"You Make Me Sick"||Victoria Hochberg||Ira Fritz & Neal Howard||March 6, 2001||07-00-105|
|6||"Homewrecker for the Holidays"||James D. Parriott||Terri Hughes & Ron Milbauer||March 6, 2001||07-00-103|
|7||"Signed, Sealed and Intercepted"||Lev. L. Spiro||Chuck Tatham||March 13, 2001||07-00-106|
|8||"The Eyes of Claire"||David Straiton||Chris Alberghini & Mike Chessler||March 13, 2001||07-00-107|
|9||"Kiss and Tell"||Robert Berlinger||Sheila R. Lawrence||March 20, 2001||07-00-108|
|10||"A Boob in the Night"||David Straiton||Rick Kellard||March 20, 2001||07-00-110|
|11||"Half Pipe, Full Chub"||Michael Lange||Steve Joe & Greg Schaffer||March 27, 2001||07-00-111|
|12||"Señor Lyzardo"||Lev L. Spiro||Terri Hughes & Ron Milbauer||March 27, 2001||07-00-112|
|13||"A Rottweiler Runs Through It"|
"The Family Tree"
|Lev L. Spiro||Robin Schwartz & Robert Tarlow||December 13, 2000(see note)||07-00-109|
|Note: This is listed by various media sources under both titles. Though not broadcast nationally, this episode did air unannounced on the West Coast on December 13, 2000 (from 10:00 pm to 10:30 pm) as filler for Al Gore's live concession speech to President George W. Bush.|
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