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March 29, 2002 - Brash/Cwikly/Wyman's first episode

Executive Producer

Ken Corday

Co-Executive Producer

Stephen Wyman

Supervising Producer

Sheryl Harmon

Directed By

Roger W. Inman

Written By

Paula Cwikly

Peter Brash

Dena Higley

Victor Gialanella

Maura Penders

Fran Myers

Jeanne Marie Grunwell

Sofia Landon Geier

Edwin Klein

Gillian Spencer

and

Randy Holland

Senior Coordinating Producers

Janet Spellman-Rider

Tom Walker

Coordinating Producer

Debbie Ware Barrows

Theme by

Charles Albertine

Tommy Boyce

Bobby Hart

Music Composed by

Ken Corday

D. Brent Nelson

Music Directors

Amy Evans

Steve Reinhardt

Production Designer

Dan Olexiewicz

Associate Directors

Roger W. Iman

David N. Kohn

Julie Brady

D. Mason Dickson

Production Associates

Denise White

Simran Sethi

Wendy Reeves

Tonya Van Horn Peat

Production Manager

Elaine Withrow

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Property Master

Robert Hayes

Special Effects

Pete Trzepacz

Art Director

Tom Early

Assistant Art Directors

Steve Nibbe

Jennifer Breuklander

Justine E. Mercado

Jessica DeVol

Assistants to the Producers

Nancy Lewis

Terry Ann Holst

Stuart W. Howard

Christopher Lewis

Larue Domingues

Production Finance

Cynthia Aamoth

Terri Lynn Doubet

David Potts

Mona Sakmary

Jeff Voorhees

Story Continuity Supervisor

Rick Draughon

Writers' Assistant

Cydney Kelley

Renee Godelia

Michael Fiamingo0

Publicist

David Sperber

Web Producer

Allison Wait

Stage Managers

Joesph H. Lumer

Francesca Bellini DeSimone

Casting by

Fran F. Bascom, C.S.A.

Associate Casting Director

Linda Poindexter

Casting Assistant

Ronald Sperber

Rick Lorentz

Costume Designer

Richard Bloore

Wardrobe

Sherrell Cuneo

Jim Pfanner

Connie Sech

George Cooper

Donna Oberman

Sharon Nichols

Makeup Artists

Gail Hopkins

Nina Wells

Gail Brubaker

Deidre Decker

Hairstylists

Garry Allyn

Margaret Puga

Kimberly Salvatore-Davis

Technical Directors

J.C. O'Neill

Mike Caruso

Lighting Directors

Don De Simone

Ted Polmanski

Jeff Barr

Art Busch

Audio

David Cone

Wendy Rotoli

Boom Operators

Harry Young

John Woods Jr.

Jacqueline Frazier

Cameras

John Sizemore

Michael Mecartea

Lew Friant

Editors

D. Mason Dickson

Lugh Powers

David Mawhinney

Schooner Darrow

Post Production Supervisor

Jennifer Whittaker

Senior Video

Brian Jorgensen

Sound Effects

Wendy Rotoli

Randall Padgett

Electronic Maintenance

Ron Hanff

Video Tape Operators

Ken Williamson

Jerry Berg

Executive in Charge of Production

Greg Meng

Senior Executive in Charge of Production

Gary Fogel

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November 11, 2002

Executive Producer

Ken Corday

Co-Executive Producer

Stephen Wyman

Producer

Roy B. Steinberg

Directed by

Herb Stein

Written by

Peter Brash

Paula Cwikly

Dena Higley

Victor Gialanella

Addie Walsh

Rick Draughon

Fran Myers

Jeanne Marie Grunwell

Sofia Landon Geier

Jane Atkins

&

Gillian Spencer

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