Get Shorty (2017– )
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Epinephrine 

An unexpected visitor on the studio lot changes Miles' plans with his visiting family; the wider production team is tasked with entertaining the guest.

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Ed Bianchi

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Jennifer Hoppe (as Jennifer Hoppe-House), Nancy Fichman | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Chris O'Dowd ... Miles Daly
Ray Romano ... Rick Moreweather
Sean Bridgers ... Louis Darnell
Carolyn Dodd ... Emma Daly
Lidia Porto ... Amara De Escalones
Goya Robles ... Yago
Megan Stevenson ... April Quinn
Lucy Walters ... Katie Daly
Sasha Feldman ... Bliz
Alexie Gilmore ... Charlene
Ruth Kearney ... Becca Morgan
Isaac Keys ... Ed
Kristoffer Polaha ... Jeffrey
Sarah Stiles ... Gladys
Peter Stormare ... Hafdis Snaejornsson
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An unexpected visitor on the studio lot changes Miles' plans with his visiting family; the wider production team is tasked with entertaining the guest.

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Comedy | Crime

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Release Date:

10 September 2017 (USA) See more »

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When Amara and her crew are coming onto the studio lot the guard greets the car behind saying "Morning, Mr. Palmer." This is a reference to Get Shorty (1995), which the series is a remake of, and John Travolta's character Chili Palmer See more »

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Do Du Wap
Performed by Aubrey Adams & His Dudroppers
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Has taken a new path..
11 September 2017 | by UnknownianSee all my reviews

If one were to watch the Pilot: The Pitch, the viewer would be certain that he just watched a very clever dark comedy. As the series progressed, it had a few terrific episodes like: "From Stamos with Love", then something changed.

Last week, "Rewrite" took the show in a new direction, of which it hasn't cured itself of quite yet: 'It got serious'.

This weeks episode: 'Epinephrine', is much better than last week, when I thought I was watching "The St. Valentine's Day Massacre".

I still enjoy watching the series, however, not quite as much. That pilot had hit into something the series should never have grown away from: It was really uniquely funny. It has now left all that behind, and has taken the mobster route as its main highway.

Still an interesting series, but not living up to the potential of the Pilot. This season is all in the can, and what is there is what we will be seeing to its season finale. Perhaps if it gets picked up for another season, it may revert back to the clever comedy it once was.

Ray Romano is still there trying to add some levity to the show, as his character really can't help that, because he doesn't have a clue who he has gotten himself mixed up with, and his ignorance and reactions are still amusing. We'll see how long that lasts.

The series is still certainly worth watching....but for different reasons than it initially started out with.


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