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According to Jim (2001 - 2009)

According to Jim (2001 - 2009)

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Series Info

A father of a growing brood tries to act like he knows best yet rules his roost with a tentative hand, while also dealing with his wife and her siblings.

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Seasons

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2008, ABC, 18 episodes

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2008, ABC, 18 episodes

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2007, ABC, 18 episodes

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2005, ABC, 23 episodes

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2004, ABC, 27 episodes

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2003, ABC, 29 episodes

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2002, ABC, 28 episodes

14%
Critics Consensus: According to Jim is marred by a lack of chemistry across its entire cast and a deluge of worn-out, low-aiming humor.

2001, ABC, 22 episodes

Cast

Charlie Hartsock
as Bowling Guy
Robert Belushi
as Pizza Boy
Dan Aykroyd
as Danny Michalski
Chris Elliott
as Reverend Pierson
Tammy Townsend
as Ms. Crawford
Laraine Newman
as Officer Elkin
Jesse J. Donnelly
as Committee Member No. 2
Barbara Dodd Remsen
as Mrs. Reifschneider
Mary Gross
as Cynthia Cookson
Grace Rowe
as Police Woman
Andrea Walters
as Mrs. Ganzel
Julia Sweeney
as Bobbi Coker
Ed Quinn
as Doug Stevens
Paul Vinson
as Bouncer
Patricia Belcher
as Mrs. Kretzer
Molly Erdman
as Airline Attendant
Wendy Benson
as Meredith
Matt Roth
as Michael
Todd Sandler
as Cheese Head
Betsy Rue
as Gloria
Brian Palermo
as Bartender
Jack Coleman
as Sean Curran
Carlos La Camara
as Mr. Farrow
Jack Donner
as Old Man
Ian Gomez
as Detective
Randall Arney
as Dr. Gamble
Veronica Puelo
as Gabriella
Cindy Crawford
as Gretchen Saunders
Michael Krepack
as Ronnie Hart
Jeffrey King
as Dr. Portello
Stephen Root
as Al Crannis
Edmund L. Shaff
as Rev. Shelton
Fitz Houston
as Police Officer
Kevin Ruf
as Dr. Josh Nelson
Mike Ditka
as Himself
Adam Cagley
as Young Jim
Angee Hughes
as Ginger Curran
Brooks Almy
as Mrs. Tanner
Amy Brewczynski
as Booth Attendant
Kelsey Crane
as Saleswoman
John Getz
as Frank
Christina Cindrich
as Cheerleader No. 1
Meredith Cross
as Marge Hart
Heather Lee
as Dance Instructor
Zach Shada
as Young Pierson
James Kiriyama Lem
as House Inspector
Irene Roseen
as Ballet Instructor
Dennis Cockrum
as Roland's Dad
Renee Ferruggia
as Bosomy Instructor
Sara Alcaraz
as Girl No. 1
Kurt Krakowian
as Blackjack Dealer
Anne Bellamy
as Committee Member No. 1
Deji LaRay
as Messenger
Brenda Julian
as Woman in Bar
James Earl Jones
as Royal Flush XP Toilet
Berglind Icey
as Stewardess
Pat Crawford Brown
as Mrs. Reifschneider
Roberta Hanlen
as Passenger
Frances Callier
as Trudy - Lamaze Instructor
Amita Balla
as Casting Assistant
Ken Magee
as Police Officer
Zack Shada
as Young Pierson
Tom Cassell
as Gondolier
Cyndi Martino
as Waitress
Mc Jones
as Additional/Kid with Mother
Barry Brookshire
as Party Guest
Doug Budin
as Queer Guy
Dayna Devon
as Mrs. Thaddeus Dempsey
Betty Bunch
as Justice of the Peace
Eric Payne
as Contractor
Tara Strong
as Crying Babies
Hope Levy
as Baby Kyle
Robb Weller
as Announcer #2
Fatso-Fasano
as Ghost Rapper
David Mattey
as Tiny the Bartender
Tracy Newman
as Folksinger
Kevin Kirkpatrick
as Homeless Man
Ben Falcone
as Process Server
Reginald James
as Construction Worker #1
Christopher Gehrman
as Construction Worker #2
Rob Adams
as Thomas
Michael Balin
as Construction Worker #3
John Maynard
as Construction Worker #4
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Series Details

TV Network: ABC
Premiere Date: Oct 3, 2001
Genre: Comedy
Executive Producers: Jim Belushi, Warren Bell, Jonathan Stark, Marc Gurvitz, Tracy Newman, John D. Beck, Ron Hart, Judd Pillot, John Peaslee
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