How Many Episodes Of "Sports Night" Have You Seen?
Casey McCall and Dan Rydell are sports anchors and best friends. On "Sports Night," their nightly cable program.
Dejected by his divorce and the state of sports, Casey contemplates leaving "Sports Night". Natalie has a crush on an applicant for an associate producer position.
The Apology (1998)
The network is upset when a newly-published magazine interview reveals that Dan is in favor of the legalization of marijuana.
The Hungry and the Hunted (1998)
Jeremy gets his first big producing break - a hunting segment. Natalie tries to get Casey interested in Dana during the run-up to one of Luther Sach's dinner parties.
Intellectual Property (1998)
Casey's jealousy over Dana and Gordon leaves him kicking fire hydrants and hearing phantom flies. Dan faces repercussions from the network for his birthday present to Casey.
Mary Pat Shelby (1998)
Natalie does a pre-interview with a volatile football player and things get out of hand.
Dear Louise (1998)
Jeremy writes a letter to his sister Louise, flashing back over the day's events, including Dan's problems with writer's block and Isaac's problems with his daughter's new boyfriend.
Dana worries about her Thanksgiving turkey, Isaac worries about his pregnant daughter, and the ghost of Thespis wreaks havoc on the set.
The Quality of Mercy at 29K (1998)
The team anchors a broadcast from Mt. Everest, Dana sees a Broadway show, and Dan tries to find a worthy charity.
Shoe Money Tonight (1998)
Dan and Casey are Atlantic City-bound after the broadcast, Natalie and Jeremy have a fight, and Isaac discovers he's shrinking.
The Six Southern Gentlemen of Tennessee (1998)
Casey appears on _"View, The" (1997)_ and the team follows the story of seven college football players who are suspended for refusing to play under the Confederate flag.
Dan decides that it's time Casey started dating again, so long as he stays away from Sally Sasser. Isaac fears for his job.
Small Town (1999)
Dana, Gordon, Casey, and a woman from Gordon's office go on a double-date, leaving Natalie to produce the show and Dan to contend with a replacement anchor.
Dan obsesses over a woman who works in the building, and everyone worries about Isaac's job.
Gordon stands Dana up, and Casey's missing his favorite shirt.
How Are Things in Gloca Morra? (1999)
The show is held up when a tennis match goes longer than expected, putting a damper on Dana and Gordon's dinner plans.
The Sword of Orion (1999)
Jeremy's parents are getting divorced, and Dan eagerly awaits Orlando Rojas' return to baseball.
Eli's Coming (1999)
Isaac is late coming back from vacation, Bobbi Bernstein returns, and Steve Sisco visits Rebecca.
Ordnance Tactics (1999)
A bomb scare clears the building, Jeremy tries to break up with Natalie, and the network starts pressuring Dana.
Ten Wickets (1999)
Casey is still rattled from the bomb scare, Jeremy tries to understand a cricket story, and Rebecca makes her decision about Dan.
Napoleon's Battle Plan (1999)
When Dana and Gordon get engaged, Casey has no plan and Dan's compelled to reveal a secret.
Special Powers (1999)
Casey tries to find the courage to ask Dana out, Isaac's back at work, and Jeremy and Natalie have a fight.
Cliff Gardner (1999)
The staff are stressed out by Sam Donovan's presence, and things get worse when J.J. stops by to give them notes.
Louise Revisited (1999)
Casey does everything he can to win the Sports Night "Who's Cooler: Dan or Casey?" internet poll; Dana has dinner with an old school friend.
Jeremy readies the show's computer systems for Y2K; Dan meets a woman in a bar, discovering later that she's a psychologist.
Casey wants to edit an interview to cast a ballplayer in a more favorable light, Dan has trouble taping a teaser, and The Vatican declares there's no such place as Hell.
The Reunion (1999)
Dana's brother comes to visit; Natalie asks Dan to review her audition tape.
A Girl Named Pixley (1999)
It's a very slow news day, Casey goes on a date with a woman named Pixley, and Jeremy is up for an award.
The Sweet Smell of Air (2000)
The show lands an interview with Michael Jordan but there are a few strings attached; Sam returns.
Dana Get Your Gun (2000)
Dan tries to get the night off for a Tom Waits concert; Dana inherits a gun.
And the Crowd Goes Wild (2000)
It's Sam's last day at the show, Jeremy and Natalie break up, and Casey gets his eyes examined.
Natalie organizes a post-show trivia game but excludes Jeremy, who ends up meeting a woman at a bar.
The Local Weather (2000)
Dan reacts to not making the "100 Most Influential People in Sports" list; Dana goes to church.
April Is the Cruelest Month (2000)
The network's cutting costs and jobs may be on the line. The staff sit for Passover Seder, and Dan hopes this will afford him the chance to mend a few fences.
Bells and a Siren (2000)
Natalie has a job interview with Saturday Night Live; Dan hires a publicist.
La Forza Del Destino (2000)
Dana meets a man with inside information on the sale of the network; Dan and Casey have a job offer in Los Angeles.
Quo Vadimus (2000)
Rebecca returns, Natalie and Jeremy rekindle their relationship, and the network is sold.