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Free Agents

British comedy about two talent agents and their ever-changing, on-again, off-again relationship.

Premiered: February 13, 2009

Rating: None

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Pilot Season: ABC Orders Comedies from Shawn Levy, Sharon Horgan

ABC ordered two single-camera comedy pilots Wednesday, including a family comedy from Night at the Museum director Shawn Levy. Get all the latest pilots news In The Untitled Andrea Abbate project, good girl Karey is the black sheep in a family of pet… Read more

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Sexin' the Raisin Season 1, Episode 8 Jan 19, 2012 $2.99

Helen works on a campaign to make Oregon raisins more sexy while Alex strikes up a relationship with a woman in his building.

Are You There, Helen? It's Me, God Season 1, Episode 6 Oct 22, 2011 $1.99

Helen (Kathryn Hahn) is tapped to be a Godmother and feels unprepared while the Hale Dayton team attends a competitor's funeral in search of new clients.

Sexin' the Raisin Season 0, Episode 0 Apr 28, 2003 Paid

When Helen (Kathryn Hahn) comes up with a creative campaign to glamorize Oregon raisins by making them more sexy, Stephen (Anthony Head) and the client are thrilled. Worried that is going too far with the campaign, however, Helen calls in her former Women's Studies professor to consult on the project. Meanwhile, when Alex (Hank Azaria) strikes up a "casual thing" with a woman in his building, he finds that dating has changed over the years, and he must negotiate the boundaries between "hooking up" and "hanging out." Natasha Leggero, Mo Mandel, Al Madrigal and Joe Lo Truglio star.

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  • Premiered: February 13, 2009
  • Rating: None
  • Premise: British comedy about two talent agents and their ever-changing, on-again, off-again relationship. (more)

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