Eddie travels to Vegas with his mom to pitch his new stage show. Will Doris be able tolerate the blow out parties and fast Hollywood life he's used to? Watch the full episode! watch
Eddie decides to get his old band back together in hopes of mounting a Las Vegas stage show. Watch the full episode! watch
"Excuse Me for Living" is the story of Dan Topler (Pelphrey), a rich, smart, suicidal twenty-something who dropped out of medical school to pursue his own drug habit. Well provided for and a bit coddled, he refuses to grow up or get happy. After a suicide attempt on the George Washington Bridge lands him in an upscale rehabilitation clinic, Dr. Jacob Bernstein (Vaughn) takes him under his wing. The doctor issues these commands: obey the no- drugs rules, and join the geriatric temple men's group he leads - or face incarceration.
Despite Dan's negative attitude attending the seniors' club, he finds he's among accomplished men and becomes engrossed with their lives. Meanwhile, Dan's prep school friends continue to lure Dan to bacchanals. Dan's addiction and tired mind can't resist the drugs, booze, and women. Until he beomes smitten with Laura (Archer), Dr. Bernstein's daughter. Resolving to turn his life around, he confronts his friends and begins to listen at his group sessions, eventually realizing he has more to offer and to learn than he ever knew.
Da Cruz plays Charlie, a driven divorce lawyer who takes pleasure in taunting men. McCaffrey plays Barry, a university professor, content to be a bachelor, until he meets Charlie. Lloyd plays Lars, a patient at the clinic who isn't quite right and continually pretends to be the doctor. Knight plays Albert Topler, Dan's successful and adulterous father. Walker plays Albert's mistress, Elaine. Stiller portrays Morty, a member of the men's group who is estranged from his family. Gregor portrays Bruce, an investment banker playboy. Cavett takes on the role of Reverend Pilatus.
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Eddie travels to Vegas with his mom to pitch his new stage show. Will Doris be able tolerate the blow out parties and fast Hollywood life he's used to? Watch the full episode!
Eddie decides to get his old band back together in hopes of mounting a Las Vegas stage show. Watch the full episode!
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