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Dharma & Greg (1997 - 2002)

Dharma & Greg (1997 - 2002)

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71%

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Series Info

A hit romantic comedy about a culturally mismatched couple (she's the free-spirited daughter of 1960s hippies; he's the straight-arrow son of country-club bluebloods) whose first date culminated in matrimony.

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Seasons

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2001, ABC, 24 episodes

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2000, ABC, 24 episodes

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1999, ABC, 24 episodes

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1998, ABC, 24 episodes

92%
Critics Consensus: Dharma & Greg does not aim to reinvent the sitcom wheel, but the effervescent Jenna Elfman and the affable Thomas Gibson make for a picture perfect pair whose chemistry pops off the screen.

1997, ABC, 23 episodes

Cast

Jenna Elfman
as Dharma Freedom Finkelstein-Montgomery
Thomas Gibson
as Greg Montgomery
Mimi Kennedy
as Abby Finkelstein
Alan Rachins
as Larry Finkelstein
Susan Sullivan
as Kitty Montgomery
Mitchell Ryan
as Edward Montgomery
Joel Murray
as Pete Cavanaugh
Shae D'Lyn
as Jane Cavanaugh
J.D. Walsh
as Donald
Kevin Sorbo
as Charlie Sumner
Eliza Coyle
as Barbara
Kathryn Joosten
as Elderly Waoman
Stuart Pankin
as Rabbi Mutchnik
Randy Oglesby
as Off. Burke
Holmes Osborne
as Rev. Blanchard
Bob Morrisey
as Dr. Coleman
k.d. lang
as Herself
Robin Strasser
as Teensy Manhart
Marcelo Tubert
as Father Guttierez
Thomas Kopache
as Mr. Abbott
Andy Milder
as Russell
J.D
as Donald
Jack Ong
as Teddy
Ned Romero
as John Running Bear
Raymond Ma
as Prof. Wong
Ken Lerner
as Supervisor Dawson
Pat Benatar
as Herself
Alice Ghostley
as Mrs. Binns
Martez Covington
as Enormous Fan
Juliette Lewis
as September
Neil Giraldo
as Himself
Steve Young
as Himself
Rosalind Chao
as Patricia
Nina Foch
as Mrs. Montgomery
Jane Carr
as Lorraine
Judy Kain
as Suzanne
Paul Sand
as Salazar
Dick Clark
as Himself
Angela Paton
as Mrs. Schumacher
Lyle Lovett
as Himself
Lillian Adams
as Mrs. Spinoza
Kirstie Alley
as Dr. Trish
John Aylward
as Kenneth
John Byner
as Rev. James
Jon Cryer
as Brian
Miriam Flynn
as Jasmine
William Newman
as Rev. Greeves
Mitzi McCall
as Florence
Harper Roisman
as Elderly Man
Rich Cooper
as Anthony
Nick Toth
as Society Dave
Joel Polis
as Glickman
Gary Collins
as Himself
Tom Poston
as Dr. Gillespie
Alec Mapa
as Trina
Adrian Neil
as Philippe
Edmund L. Shaff
as Lionel Wallace
Paula Newsome
as Charlene
Kristen Zang
as Kristen
Cathy Herd
as Pamela
Ria Pavia
as Stewardess
Steve Hytner
as William
Heidi Mark
as Allison
Skye McKenzie
as Photographer
Abdoulaye N'Gom
as Prof. Schmock
Ian Ogilvy
as Geoffrey
T.J. Thyne
as Vaughn
Tim Bagley
as Nelson
Kevin Cooney
as Archbishop Livingston
Danny Mora
as Manuel
Billy Mayo
as Policeman
Jack Axelrod
as Bartender
Peggy Doyle
as Bingo Caller
Jim Meskimen
as Fire Inspector
Angelo Pagan
as Laundry Man
Anne Haney
as Mrs. Kirby
David Silver
as Dr. Gower
Marcy Goldman
as Caroline
Dan Desmond
as Mr. Wylie
Teri Ralston
as Patricia Ridgefield
Les Brandt
as Guillermo
Jane Lynch
as Sheryl
Toshi Toda
as Mr. Verapong
Steffon
as Clerk
Lili Haydn
as Violinist
Bob Dylan
as Himself
Camille Anderson
as Pete's Girl
Erik Stabenau
as Stunt waiter
Frank Woods
as Minister
Geraldine Keams
as Meditation leader
Philip E. Johnson
as Rodney the clown
Phill Lewis
as Mr. Walden
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Series Details

TV Network: ABC
Premiere Date: Sep 24, 1997
Genre: Comedy
Executive Producers: Chuck Lorre, Bill Prady, Brian Medavoy, Erwin More
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