The Education of Max... Episodes

2001, TV Show

Episode Detail: The Egg and I - The Education of Max Bickford

Max is thrilled when a renowned publisher (Marsha Mason) wants to sign him as a client, but he isn't sure he can meet her demands, which include altering his appearance and leaving his teaching position to promote his book on the road. Also, a chauvinist professor (Jay Thomas) visits the campus and debates with Andrea. Himself: Maury Povich. Alphonse: Frederick B. Owens. Ingrid: Liz Morton. Isabelle: Suzie Plakson. Susie: Allison Siko.

Episodes: The Education of Max Bickford (22)

6/2/2002: The Pursuit of Happiness    Season 1, Episode 22
5/12/2002: One More Time    Season 1, Episode 21
4/21/2002: The Egg and I    Season 1, Episode 20
4/14/2002: The Bad Girl    Season 1, Episode 19
3/31/2002: Murder of the First    Season 1, Episode 18
3/17/2002: Past, Present, Future    Season 1, Episode 17
3/10/2002: An Open Book    Season 1, Episode 16
3/3/2002: Genesis    Season 1, Episode 15
2/24/2002: Money Changes Everything    Season 1, Episode 14
1/27/2002: Episode Twelve    Season 1, Episode 13
1/20/2002: The Cost of Living    Season 1, Episode 12
1/16/2002: The Good, the Bad and the Lawyers    Season 1, Episode 11
1/13/2002: Save the Country    Season 1, Episode 10
12/9/2001: It's Not the Wrapping, It's the Candy    Season 1, Episode 9
12/2/2001: A Very Great Man    Season 1, Episode 8
11/18/2001: Revisionism    Season 1, Episode 7
11/11/2001: Do It Yourself    Season 1, Episode 6
10/28/2001: In the Details    Season 1, Episode 5
10/21/2001: Hearts and Minds    Season 1, Episode 4
10/14/2001: Who Is Breckenridge Long?    Season 1, Episode 3
9/30/2001: Pilot Episode    Season 1, Episode 1
9/30/2001: Herding Cats    Season 1, Episode 2

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Premiered: September 23, 2001, on CBS
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Premise: An abrasive yet impassioned history professor at a women's college suffers a midlife crisis. `This isn't going to be just about Max teaching, but about his learning,' said star Richard Dreyfuss. `He doesn't know anything anymore about his life.' Unfortunately, Max didn't have much time to find out; the thoughtful, superbly cast series lasted but one season.


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