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January 2, 2003

Written By

Millee Taggart

Carolyn Culliton

Directed By

Brian Mertes

Writers

Jill Lorie Hurst

Christopher Dunn

Lloyd Gold

David Kreizman

Eleanor Labine

Tita Bell

Penelope Koechl

Melissa Salmons

David Smilow

Senior Producer

Robert D. Kochman

Producers

Alexandra Johnson

Ellen Wheeler

Associate Producer

Maria Macina

Opening Sequence Created By

Thomas K. Bornkamp

Executive Producer in Charge of Production

Mary Alice Dwyber Dobbin

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July 16, 2003

Co-Head Writer

Carolyn Culliton

Writers

Christopher Dunn

Lloyd Gold

David Kreizman

Eleanor Labine

Kimberly Hamilton

Jill Lorie Hurst

Penelope Koechl

Danielle Paige

Melissa Salmons

David Smilow

Opening Sequence Created By

Thomas K. Bornkamp

Opening Theme By

Rick Rhodes

Danny Pelfry

Baseball Sequences Directed By

Matt Lagle

Executive Producer in Charge of Production

Mary Alice Dwyber Dobbin

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September 3, 2003

Executive Producer

John Conboy

Head Writer

Ellen Weston

Co-Head Writer

Carolyn Culliton

Writers

Joyce Brotman

Christopher Dunn

Lloyd Gold

David Kreizman

Eleanor Labine

Kimberly Hamilton

Jill Lorie Hurst

Penelope Koechl

Danielle Paige

Melissa Salmons

David Smilow

Assistant Producers

Dana Halber

Elana Slott

Production Designer

Rick Dennis

Art Designer

Rob Odoriso

Scenic Designer

Shelley Barclay

Deirdre Brennan

Brigitte Altenhaus

Costume Designer

Shawn Dudley-Reeves

Associate Costume Designer

Alyson Hui

Casting Director

Rob Decina, C.S.A

Associate Casting Director

Melanie Haseltine

Casting Assistant

Darlene Failla

Supervising Music Director

Robyn Cutler

Music Director

Gary Deinstadt

Lighting Designers

Tony Girolami

Brian W. McRae A.S.L.D.

Joe Ray

Associate Directors

Tracey Hanley Bryggman

Ilene K. Frankel

Irene Pace

Stage Managers

Ann Vettel

Adam Reist

Joe Willmore

Production Assistants

Jan Conklin

Charles Grayauskie

Assistant to the Executive Producer

Bill Runyon

Assistants to the Writers

Rebecca Hanover

Brett Staneart

Production Coordinators

David Brandon

Kristin Doherty

Elisa J. LoGatto

Director Production Services

Louis J. Grieci

Director Studio Operations

Susan Shannon

Facility Managers

Kristopher Cerny

Mary Therese Rahner

Production Administrator

Linda Mysel

Technical Director

Robert F. Eastman

Audio

Butch Inglese

Video

Howard C. Rosenzweig

Bill Vignari

Videotape Editors

Thomas K. Bornkamp

Richard Sens, Jr

Engineering

Sal Pitta

Camera

Jerry Gruen

Mark Schneider

Tom Stallone

Boom Operators

Robert Drew Primrose

Tony Valentino

Utility

Doug Kent

Makeup

Paul Gebbia

Joe Cola

Helen Gallagher

Hair Dressers

Linda Williams

Raplh Stanzione

Christine Fennel

Wardrobe

Heidi Shulman

Barry Mazurek

Scenic Artists

Ralph Cava

Mary Citarella

Thomas Southern

James St Claire

Opening Sequence Created By

Thomas K. Bornkamp

Opening Theme By

Rick Rhodes

Danny Pelfry

Senior Director

Bruce S. Barry

Executive Producer in Charge of Production

Mary Alice Dwyber Dobbin

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September 29, 2003

Executive Producer

John Conboy

Head Writer

Ellen Weston

Co-Head Writer

Donna Swajeski

Writers

Christopher Dunn

Lloyd Gold

David Kreizman

Eleanor Labine

Kimberly Hamilton

Jill Lorie Hurst

Penelope Koechl

Danielle Paige

David Smilow

Assistant Producers

Dana Halber

Elana Slott

Production Designer

Rick Dennis

Art Designer

Rob Odoriso

Scenic Designer

Shelley Barclay

Deirdre Brennan

Brigitte Altenhaus

Costume Designer

Shawn Dudley-Reeves

Associate Costume Designer

Alyson Hui

Casting Director

Rob Decina, C.S.A

Associate Casting Director

Melanie Haseltine

Casting Assistant

Darlene Failla

Supervising Music Director

Robyn Cutler

Music Director

Gary Deinstadt

Lighting Designers

Tony Girolami

Brian W. McRae A.S.L.D.

Joe Ray

Associate Directors

Tracey Hanley Bryggman

Ilene K. Frankel

Irene Pace

Stage Managers

Ann Vettel

Adam Reist

Joe Willmore

Production Assistants

Jan Conklin

Charles Grayauskie

Assistant to the Executive Producer

Bill Runyon

Assistants to the Writers

Rebecca Hanover

Brett Staneart

Production Coordinators

David Brandon

Kristin Doherty

Elisa J. LoGatto

Director Production Services

Louis J. Grieci

Director Studio Operations

Susan Shannon

Facility Managers

Kristopher Cerny

Mary Therese Rahner

Production Administrator

Linda Mysel

Technical Director

Robert F. Eastman

Audio

Butch Inglese

Video

Howard C. Rosenzweig

Bill Vignari

Videotape Editors

Thomas K. Bornkamp

Richard Sens, Jr

Engineering

Sal Pita

Camera

Jerry Gruen

Mark Schneider

Tom Stallone

Boom Operators

Robert Drew Primrose

Tony Valentino

Utility

Doug Kent

Makeup

Paul Gebbia

Joe Cola

Helen Gallagher

Hair Dressers

Linda Williams

Raplh Stanzione

Christine Fennel

Wardrobe

Heidi Shulman

Barry Mazurek

Scenic Artists

Ralph Cava

Mary Citarella

Thomas Southern

James St Claire

Opening Sequence Created By

Thomas K. Bornkamp

Opening Theme By

Rick Rhodes

Danny Pelfry

Senior Director

Bruce S. Barry

Executive Producer in Charge of Production

Mary Alice Dwyber Dobbin

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October 21, 2003

Executive Producer

John Conboy

Head Writer

Ellen Weston

Co-Head Writer

Donna Swajeski

Writers

Joyce Brotman

Christopher Dunn

Lloyd Gold

David Kreizman

Eleanor Labine

Kimberly Hamilton

Jill Lorie Hurst

Penelope Koechl

Danielle Paige

David Smilow

Opening Sequence Designed By

Thomas K. Bornkamp

Opening Theme Composed By

Rick Rhodes

Danny Pelfrey

Executive Producer in Charge of Production

Mary Alice Dwyber Dobbin

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2003

Executive Producer

John Conboy

Senior Producer

Robert D. Kochman

Producer

Alexandra Johnson

Coordinating Producer

Marina Macina

Written By

Millee Taggert

Caryolyn Culliton

Ellen Weston

Joyce Brotman

Christopher Dunn

Lloyd Gold

David Kreizman

Tita Bell

Jill Lorie Hurst

Penelope Koechl

Kimberly Hamilton

Royal Miller

Melissa Salmons

Gillian Spencer

Production Designer

Rick Dennis

Art Designer

Rob Odoriso

Scenic Designer

Brigitte Altenhaus

Set Decorators

Shelley Barclay

Deirdre Brennan

Casting Director

Rob Decina, C.S.A

Costume Designers

Rick Dennis

Alyson Hui

Shana Schoepke

Key Hairstylist

Linda Williams-Capasso

Hairstylists

Ralph Stanzione

Christine Fennell

Marie Rosse

Charles McKenna

Lighting Designers

Tony Girolami

Brian W. McRae

Main Title Designer

Thomas K. Bornkamp

Supervising Music Director

Robyn Cutler

Music Director

Gary Deinstadt

Composers

Rick Rhodes

Cheili Minucci

Brian D. Siewert

Robert A. Israel

Danny Pelfry

Jamie Lamm

Billy Barber

Ron Alan Cohen

Birch Johnson

Gabriele Solarino

Ron Komie

Senior Director

Bruce S. Barry

Executive Producer in Charge of Production

Mary Alice Dwyber Dobbin

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