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VIDEO: The Good Parts

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The Good Parts
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Length: 28:00
Aired: 6/20/2011

Everyone prepares to leave for uncharted waters as Tara and Max decide to go to Boston for help from the expert recommended by Dr. Hattaras; Neil and Charmaine prepare to move to Houston; Kate receives a life-changing proposal from Evan; Marshall considers the future of his education. watch

VIDEO: United States of Tara: The Good Parts

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United States of Tara: The Good Parts
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Aired: 6/20/2011

Tara and Max go to Boston for help from an expert, while Neil and Charmaine prepare to move to Houston. Kate receives a life-changing proposal and Marshall considers his future. watch

VIDEO: The Good Parts

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The Good Parts
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Length: 27:55
Aired: 6/20/2011

Tara and Max go to Boston for help from an expert; Neil and Charmaine prepare to move to Houston; Kate receives a life-changing proposal. watch

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Credits

Year Title Description
2010 Ignore - Ng Movie, Actor - Craig
2010 It's Kind Of A Funny Story Movie, Actor - Craig
2009 United States of Tara TV Show Series, Actor - Marshall Gregson
2008 The Rocker Movie, Actor - Moby Type Kid
2007 Dead Silence Movie, Actor - Young Henry

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News

March 4, 2007: "The Pilot"

Being a fan of both The Daily Show and Family Guy, I’ve been looking forward to The Winner and tonight’s pilot did not disappoint me. Family Guy creators Seth MacFarlane and Ricky Blitt successfully bring their oddball humor to the show’s main character, Glen Abbott, and I think there is no one better to portray the 32-year old loser than Daily Show expatriate Rob Corddry.First off, I love how the show is set in 1994. The subtle (and not so subtle) 90’s references cracked me up, among them Glen’s Party of Five mention and of course, the O.J. Simpson car chase. I think one of the funnier lines in tonight’s pilot was Glen’s mom, Irene (Linda Hart), declaring that O.J. “couldn’t hurt a fly,” rivaled only by Allison (Erinn Hayes) noting that Clinton “seems to be a good family man.” I love how the writers intentionally take us back to 1994 through these references and I’m excited to see more of them as the series continues.... read more

Matt Roush reviews The Winner with Rob Corddry

Fox, which does well with animated comedies, is overdue a live-action winner. The network may finally have found one in the unlikely form of a balding, bumbling, giggling, socially maladroit perpetual adolescent named Glen Abbott, who is also the season's most original comic hero. Like Glen, The Winner (premiering Mar. 4 at 8:30 pm/ET) is deeply silly, endearingly sweet, a little creepy and undeniably weird. Told in flashbacks to 1994, this is the story of how, at the overripe age of 32, Glen (The Daily Show's Rob Corddry) awakens from life with Mom and Dad at home, where he has cultivated an unnatural fascination with the sitcom Wings. New neighbors provide the catalyst for Glen's long-delayed coming of age, which he tells us in voice-over will lead him to become the richest man in Buffalo. Alison (the winsome Erinn Hayes read more

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