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Yes, Dear (2000 - 2006)

Yes, Dear (2000 - 2006)

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Series Info

Two couples---with dramatically different parenting styles---raise their kids in L.A. Neurotic first-time parents Greg and Kim fuss over their infant's every twitch, while Kim's laid-back sister Christine and her husband, Jimmy, don't particularly mind their kids becoming TV zombies.

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Seasons

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2005, CBS, 14 episodes

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2005, CBS, 12 episodes

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2003, CBS, 24 episodes

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2002, CBS, 24 episodes

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2001, CBS, 24 episodes

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Critics Consensus: The Bedford Diaries attempt to be an edgy teen soap opera, but the series falls brazenly flat due to its terrible writing and weak characterizations of its ensemble cast.

2000, CBS, 24 episodes

Cast

Anthony Clark
as Greg Warner
Mike O'Malley
as Jimmy Hughes
Liza Snyder
as Christine Hughes
Joel Homan
as Dominic Hughes
Anthony Lamar
as Sam Warner
Michael Lamar
as Sam Warner
Brendon Baerg
as Logan Hughes
Madison Poer
as Emily Warner
Marissa Poer
as Emily Warner
Brian Doyle-Murray
as Mr. Savitsky
Jerry Van Dyke
as Big Jimmy
Dawn Greenidge
as Eleanor Martin
Kevin Allardice
as Older Sam
Patrick McCarthy
as Great Star
Lou Wagner
as Mr. Bradley
Cooper Green
as Young Greg
Steve Seagren
as Whack-A-Mole Guy
Bill Cobbs
as Starter
Tom Beyer
as Resort Representative
John Mendoza
as Contractor
Nicole Balick
as Flight Attendant
Jack Riley
as Mr. Shipley
Paul McKinney
as Adult Logan
Steve Clark
as Redneck Man
Don Most
as Professor Rhodes
Michael Manasseri
as Dr. Trabert
Peter Mackenzie
as Rev. Green
Heavy D
as Charlie
Diana Maria Riva
as Miss McKenzie
Susan Diol
as Andrea
Will Tiao
as Husband No. 2
Corbin Bernsen
as Gary Walden
Steve Burns
as Himself
Ron Glass
as Dr. Bradley
Thea Rose
as Sawyer
Jennifer James
as Business Woman
Chuck Norris
as Himself
Fernanda Motta
as Woman Passenger
Grant Heslov
as Neil Goldman
Jim Nantz
as Himself
Sam McMurray
as Dr. Bernstein
Vicki Juditz
as Ms. Patterson
Greg Biffle
as Himself
Gary LeVox
as Himself
Jesse D. Goins
as Inspector
Don Dowe
as Father No. 1
James McDonnell
as Bartender
Madisson Poer
as Emily Warner
Mark Cohen
as Husband No. 3
Susan Varon
as Receptionist
Jim Piddock
as Veterinarian
Peggy Stewart
as Old Woman
Myles Mason
as Jeffrey
Carey Eidel
as Father No. 2
Murray Cook
as Himself
Doug Cox
as Principal
Martin Starr
as Store Worker
Heidi Mokrycki
as Miss Brooke
Heidi Klum
as Herself
Kenny Rogers
as Himself
Kevin Smith
as Himself
Gordie Howe
as Himself
Sean Gunn
as David
Tara Chocol
as Woman No. 1
Jodie Sweetin
as Maryanne
Gena Norris
as Herself
Jay DeMarcus
as Himself
Jeff Fatt
as Himself
Sam Rubin
as Himself
Jillian Reynolds
as Lisa Savitsky
Gray Davis
as Himself
Fabio
as Himself
Justin Martin
as Photo Clerk
Rebecca Ryiz
as Woman No. 2
Shelley Long
as Margaret
Markus Silbigger
as Shaving Kid
Rick Marotta
as Golfer No. 1
Johnny Bench
as Himself
Patrice O'Neal
as Tow Truck Driver
Julie Chen
as Herself
Dawn Maxey
as Taylor
Gigi Goff
as Claire
Anna Gunn
as Jessica
Leigh Rose
as Mrs. Thompkins
Pat Finn
as Scott
Hiram Kasten
as Customer
Susan Ruttan
as Aunt Betty
Ernie Banks
as Himself
Jim Turner
as Leonard
Charlie Robinson
as Thrift Store Worker
Beverly Leech
as Mrs. Savitsky
Max Prado
as Ronnie
Jeanie Buss
as Herself
John Hiatt
as Himself
Haley Ramm
as Georgia
Clint Culp
as Contractor
Emiliano Diez
as Cheese Host
Richard Gant
as Officer
Gary Pease
as Fishing Kid
Josh Gilman
as Catcher
Ben Marley
as Golfer No. 2
Kathryn White
as Mrs. Cooper
Leah Lail
as Debbie
Tamia Richmond
as Young Woman
Masi Oka
as Talking Rock
Doug Benson
as Buckaroo Waiter
Patrick Kerr
as Delivery Man No. 1
Romeo Brown
as Policeman
Corena Chase
as Miss Brooke
Ron Ostrow
as Doctor
Don Perry
as Referee
Cyndi Martino
as Mrs. Bowers
Iqbal Theba
as Instructor
Greg Page
as Himself
Georgia Cobb
as Kristen
Will Kirby
as Himself
Tracy Keim
as Valerie
Whitney Lauks
as Teenage Girl
William Marquez
as Ice Cream Man
Cesar D. Flores
as Football Throwing Kid
Shonda Farr
as Pledge No. 1
Jason Boggs
as Delivery Man No. 2
Asante Jones
as Patrick
Serena Gabriele
as Woman No. 1
Charlie Stewart
as Bright Star
Nick Ullett
as Limousine Driver
J.D. Watt
as Kite Flying Kid
Rupert Boneham
as Homeless Man
Karl Montgomery Jr.
as Electricity Kid
Jason Wolk
as Umpire
Hardy Hill
as Himself
Rudy Hornish
as Senator
Dave Allen
as Insurance Agent
Britt Leary
as Pledge No. 2
Jennifer Hall
as Marjorie
Heather Tindel
as Woman No. 2
Roger Marks
as Hasidic Man
Steve Carioti
as Fast Food Cashier
Derrick McMillon
as Speed Dating Host
Kate Earls
as Waitress
Rachel Werner
as Teenager
Ashleigh Olden
as Pledge No. 3
Amy Crews
as Herself
Bruno Gioiello
as Prison Guard
Melody Kay
as Bridesmaid
Russell Towne
as Second Coach
Lisa Donahue
as Herself
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Series Details

TV Network: CBS
Premiere Date: Oct 2, 2000
Genre: Comedy
Executive Producer: Gregory Thomas Garcia
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