Undeclared (2001–2003)
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Eric Visits 

Lizzie breaks up with her boyfriend Eric. Steven is glad at first but then realizes that Eric is actually a great guy and even tries to help him win her back. Ron has to down a keg of beer by 6PM. Marshall, Lloyd, and Rachel help.

Director:

John Hamburg

Writers:

Judd Apatow (created by), Judd Apatow | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Jay Baruchel ... Steven Karp
Carla Gallo ... Lizzie Exley
Charlie Hunnam ... Lloyd Haythe
Monica Keena ... Rachel Lindquist
Seth Rogen ... Ron Garner
Timm Sharp ... Marshall Nesbitt
Loudon Wainwright III ... Hal Karp (as Loudon Wainwright) (credit only)
Jason Segel ... Eric
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Storyline

Eric is coming to visit Lizzie at college, and Lizzie decides that she hasn't had much opportunity to see what other guys are like, so she tells Steven that she is going to break up with Eric. Ron was able to get a keg of beer from the multi-cultural department on campus. He can have the beer for free but has to have the keg back by 6PM. So Ron fill all the cups and containers in his suite full of beer, but has to drink it all before it goes flat. So he enlists Marshall, Lloyd, and Rachel to help him drink it all. Marshall, having a drunken epiphany, then decides he is to normal and needs a way for him stand out. Lizzie ends up breaking up with Eric, but then Steven finds him crying in the bathroom, and helps Eric successfully win Lizzie back. Written by Tim Von Cloedt

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Genres:

Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 October 2001 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?

Trivia

Amongst all the photos of her boyfriend Eric that cover the walls of her room, Lizzie has stuck up cut-outs of cartoon character Betty Boop. See more »

Goofs

When they are in the copy shop there are crew members and a light in one of the shots, just chilling on the right hand side of the screen See more »

Quotes

Lloyd Haythe: What's your favorite film?
Ron Garner: "You've Got Mail." Tom Hanks, Meg Ryan, a very likable Greg Kinnear... you think you're better than it, like 'Ooh this movie's going to suck' but then you watch it and it becomes a part of you.
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Connections

References You've Got Mail (1998) See more »

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