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Created By: Scott Silveri


Season 1

Episode 1.1: "Pilot"
Air Date: August 8, 2012
Written By: Scott Silveri
Directed By: Todd Holland
Produced By: Jimmy Simons
Co-Executive Producer: Matthew Perry
Executive Producers: Todd Holland, Karey Nixon
Executive Producer: Scott Silveri
Associate Producer: Aaron Miller

Episode 1.2: "He Got Game, She Got Cats"
Air Date: September 11, 2012
Written By: Lesley Wake Webster
Directed By: Andy Ackerman
Consulting Producer: Victor Fresco
Produced By: Jimmy Simons
Producer: Mathew Harawitz
Producer: Dennis McNicholas
Co-Executive Producer: Liz Brixius
Co-Executive Producer: Lesley Wake Webster
Co-Executive Producer: Matthew Perry
Executive Producer: Jon Pollack
Executive Producers: Todd Holland, Karey Nixon
Executive Producer: Scott Silveri
Associate Producer: Aaron Miller

Episode 1.3: "There's No 'Ryan' in Team"
Air Date: September 18, 2012
Written By: Scott Silveri
Directed By: Todd Holland
Consulting Producer: Victor Fresco
Produced By: Jimmy Simons
Producer: Mathew Harawitz
Producer: Dennis McNicholas
Co-Executive Producer: Liz Brixius
Co-Executive Producer: Lesley Wake Webster
Co-Executive Producer: Matthew Perry
Executive Producer: Jon Pollack
Executive Producers: Todd Holland, Karey Nixon
Executive Producer: Scott Silveri
Associate Producer: Aaron Miller

Episode 1.4: "Bench Clearing Brawl"
Air Date: September 25, 2012
Written By: Liz Brixius
Directed By: Jamie Babbit
Consulting Producer: Victor Fresco
Produced By: Jimmy Simons
Producer: Mathew Harawitz
Producer: Dennis McNicholas
Co-Executive Producer: Liz Brixius
Co-Executive Producer: Lesley Wake Webster
Co-Executive Producer: Matthew Perry
Executive Producer: Jon Pollack
Executive Producers: Todd Holland, Karey Nixon
Executive Producer: Scott Silveri
Associate Producer: Aaron Miller

Episode 1.5: "Do You Believe in Ghosts. . . Yes!"
Air Date: October 2, 2012
Written By: Mathew Harawitz
Directed By: Michael Engler
Consulting Producer: Victor Fresco
Produced By: Jimmy Simons
Producer: Mathew Harawitz
Producer: Dennis McNicholas
Co-Executive Producer: Liz Brixius
Co-Executive Producer: Lesley Wake Webster
Co-Executive Producer: Matthew Perry
Executive Producer: Jon Pollack
Executive Producers: Todd Holland, Karey Nixon
Executive Producer: Scott Silveri
Associate Producer: Aaron Miller

Episode 1.6: "Big League Chew"
Air Date: October 9, 2012
Written By: Dennis McNicholas
Directed By: Millicent Shelton
Consulting Producer: Victor Fresco
Produced By: Jimmy Simons
Producer: Mathew Harawitz
Producer: Dennis McNicholas
Co-Executive Producer: Liz Brixius
Co-Executive Producer: Lesley Wake Webster
Co-Executive Producer: Matthew Perry
Executive Producer: Jon Pollack
Executive Producers: Todd Holland, Karey Nixon
Executive Producer: Scott Silveri
Associate Producer: Aaron Miller

Episode 1.7: "Any Given Birthday"
Air Date: October 23, 2012
Written By: Jon Pollack & Scott Silveri
Directed By: Kevin Dowling
Consulting Producer: Victor Fresco
Produced By: Jimmy Simons
Producer: Mathew Harawitz
Producer: Dennis McNicholas
Co-Executive Producer: Liz Brixius
Co-Executive Producer: Lesley Wake Webster
Co-Executive Producer: Matthew Perry
Executive Producer: Jon Pollack
Executive Producers: Todd Holland, Karey Nixon
Executive Producer: Scott Silveri
Associate Producer: Aaron Miller

Episode 1.8: "Videogame, Set, Match"
Air Date: November 13, 2012
Written By: Lesley Wake Webster
Directed By: Todd Holland
Consulting Producer: Victor Fresco
Produced By: Jimmy Simons
Producer: Mathew Harawitz
Producer: Dennis McNicholas
Co-Executive Producer: Liz Brixius
Co-Executive Producer: Lesley Wake Webster
Co-Executive Producer: Matthew Perry
Executive Producer: Jon Pollack
Executive Producers: Todd Holland, Karey Nixon
Executive Producer: Scott Silveri
Associate Producer: Aaron Miller

Episode 1.9: "Dinners Takes All"
Air Date: November 20, 2012
Teleplay By: Lesley Wake Webster
Story By: Liz Brixius
Directed By: Ken Whittingham
Consulting Producer: Victor Fresco
Produced By: Jimmy Simons
Producer: Mathew Harawitz
Producer: Dennis McNicholas
Co-Executive Producer: Lesley Wake Webster
Co-Executive Producer: Matthew Perry
Executive Producer: Jon Pollack
Executive Producers: Todd Holland, Karey Nixon
Executive Producer: Scott Silveri
Associate Producer: Aaron Miller

Episode 1.10: "Back, Back, Back. . . It's Gone!"
Air Date: November 27, 2012
Written By: Dennis McNicholas
Directed By: Todd Holland
Consulting Producer: Victor Fresco
Produced By: Jimmy Simons
Producer: Mathew Harawitz
Producer: Dennis McNicholas
Co-Executive Producer: Lesley Wake Webster
Co-Executive Producer: Matthew Perry
Executive Producer: Jon Pollack
Executive Producers: Todd Holland, Karey Nixon
Executive Producer: Scott Silveri
Associate Producer: Aaron Miller

Episode 1.11: "The World Ain't Over 'Til It's Over"
Air Date: December 4, 2012
Teleplay By: Mathew Harawitz
Story By: Seth Raab & Nicholas Darrow
Directed By: Kevin Dowling
Consulting Producer: Victor Fresco
Produced By: Jimmy Simons
Producer: Mathew Harawitz
Producer: Dennis McNicholas
Co-Executive Producer: Lesley Wake Webster
Co-Executive Producer: Matthew Perry
Executive Producer: Jon Pollack
Executive Producers: Todd Holland, Karey Nixon
Executive Producer: Scott Silveri
Associate Producer: Aaron Miller

Episode 1.12: "Win at all Costas"
Air Date: January 8, 2013
Teleplay By: Seth Raab & Nicholas Darrow
Story By: Mathew Harawitz
Directed By: Michael Lehmann
Consulting Producer: Victor Fresco
Produced By: Jimmy Simons
Producer: Mathew Harawitz
Producer: Dennis McNicholas
Co-Executive Producer: Liz Brixius
Co-Executive Producer: Lesley Wake Webster
Co-Executive Producer: Matthew Perry
Executive Producer: Jon Pollack
Executive Producers: Todd Holland, Karey Nixon
Executive Producer: Scott Silveri
Associate Producer: Aaron Miller

Episode 1.13: "Gooooaaaallll Doll"
Air Date: January 15, 2013
Written By: Lesley Wake Webster
Directed By: Todd Holland
Consulting Producer: Victor Fresco
Produced By: Jimmy Simons
Producer: Mathew Harawitz
Producer: Dennis McNicholas
Co-Executive Producer: Lesley Wake Webster
Co-Executive Producer: Matthew Perry
Executive Producer: Jon Pollack
Executive Producers: Todd Holland, Karey Nixon
Executive Producer: Scott Silveri
Associate Producer: Aaron Miller

Episode 1.14: "Come Back Player of the Year"
Air Date: January 22, 2013
Written By: Jon Pollack & Scott Silveri
Directed By: Eric Appel
Produced By: Jimmy Simons
Producer: Mathew Harawitz
Producer: Dennis McNicholas
Co-Executive Producer: Lesley Wake Webster
Co-Executive Producer: Bill Callahan
Co-Executive Producer: Matthew Perry
Executive Producer: Jon Pollack
Executive Producers: Todd Holland, Karey Nixon
Executive Producer: Scott Silveri
Associate Producer: Aaron Miller

Episode 1.15: "Pass Interference"
Air Date: January 29, 2013
Written By: Mathew Harawitz & Lesley Wake Webster
Directed By: Jamie Babbit
Produced By: Jimmy Simons
Producer: Mathew Harawitz
Producer: Dennis McNicholas
Co-Executive Producer: Lesley Wake Webster
Co-Executive Producer: Bill Callahan
Co-Executive Producer: Matthew Perry
Executive Producer: Jon Pollack
Executive Producers: Todd Holland, Karey Nixon
Executive Producer: Scott Silveri
Associate Producer: Aaron Miller

Episode 1.16: "Go Deep"
Air Date: February 19, 2013
Teleplay By: Mathew Harawitz & Lesley Wake Webster
Story By: Bill Callahan
Directed By: Linda Mendoza
Produced By: Jimmy Simons
Producer: Mathew Harawitz
Producer: Dennis McNicholas
Co-Executive Producer: Lesley Wake Webster
Co-Executive Producer: Bill Callahan
Co-Executive Producer: Matthew Perry
Executive Producer: Jon Pollack
Executive Producers: Todd Holland, Karey Nixon
Executive Producer: Scott Silveri
Associate Producer: Aaron Miller

Episode 1.17: "Ring And A Miss"
Air Date: February 26, 2013
Written By: Bill Callahan & Dennis McNicholas
Directed By: Todd Holland
Produced By: Jimmy Simons
Producer: Mathew Harawitz
Producer: Dennis McNicholas
Co-Executive Producer: Lesley Wake Webster
Co-Executive Producer: Bill Callahan
Co-Executive Producer: Matthew Perry
Executive Producer: Jon Pollack
Executive Producers: Todd Holland, Karey Nixon
Executive Producer: Scott Silveri
Associate Producer: Aaron Miller

Episode 1.18: "Double Down"
Air Date: March 5, 2013
Written By: Seth Raab & Nicholas Darrow
Directed By: Michael Lehmann
Produced By: Jimmy Simons
Producer: Mathew Harawitz
Producer: Dennis McNicholas
Co-Executive Producer: Lesley Wake Webster
Co-Executive Producer: Bill Callahan
Co-Executive Producer: Matthew Perry
Executive Producer: Jon Pollack
Executive Producers: Todd Holland, Karey Nixon
Executive Producer: Scott Silveri
Associate Producer: Aaron Miller

Episode 1.19: "Go for the Gold Watch"
Air Date: March 19, 2013
Teleplay By: Bill Callahan & Mathew Harawitz
Story By: Dennis McNicholas
Directed By: Todd Holland
Produced By: Jimmy Simons
Producer: Mathew Harawitz
Producer: Dennis McNicholas
Co-Executive Producer: Lesley Wake Webster
Co-Executive Producer: Bill Callahan
Co-Executive Producer: Matthew Perry
Executive Producer: Jon Pollack
Executive Producers: Todd Holland, Karey Nixon
Executive Producer: Scott Silveri
Associate Producer: Aaron Miller

Episode 1.20: "Matchup Problems"
Air Date: March 26, 2013
Teleplay By: Jon Pollack & Scott Silveri
Story By: Bill Callahan
Directed By: Beth McCarthy-Miller
Produced By: Jimmy Simons
Producer: Mathew Harawitz
Producer: Dennis McNicholas
Co-Executive Producer: Lesley Wake Webster
Co-Executive Producer: Bill Callahan
Co-Executive Producer: Matthew Perry
Executive Producer: Jon Pollack
Executive Producers: Todd Holland, Karey Nixon
Executive Producer: Scott Silveri
Associate Producer: Aaron Miller

Episode 1.21: "Fast Breakup"
Air Date: April 4, 2013
Written By: Lesley Wake Webster & Mathew Harawitz
Directed By: Eric Appel
Produced By: Jimmy Simons
Producer: Mathew Harawitz
Producer: Dennis McNicholas
Co-Executive Producer: Lesley Wake Webster
Co-Executive Producer: Bill Callahan
Co-Executive Producer: Matthew Perry
Executive Producer: Jon Pollack
Executive Producers: Todd Holland, Karey Nixon
Executive Producer: Scott Silveri
Associate Producer: Aaron Miller

Episode 1.22: "Urn-Ed Run"
Air Date: April 11, 2013
Teleplay By: Jon Pollack & Scott Silveri
Story By: Bill Callahan
Directed By: Linda Mendoza
Produced By: Jimmy Simons
Producer: Mathew Harawitz
Producer: Dennis McNicholas
Co-Executive Producer: Lesley Wake Webster
Co-Executive Producer: Bill Callahan
Co-Executive Producer: Matthew Perry
Executive Producer: Jon Pollack
Executive Producers: Todd Holland, Karey Nixon
Executive Producer: Scott Silveri
Associate Producer: Aaron Miller

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