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The Trouble With Normal (TV series)

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The Trouble With Normal (TV series)

This article is about the television show, see The Trouble With Normal (book) for the book by Michael Warner.
The Trouble With Normal
Format Comedy
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of episodes 13
Executive producer(s) Victor Fresco
Tim Doyle
Running time 23 minutes
Original channel ABC
Original run October 6, 2000 – November 24, 2000

The Trouble With Normal is an American comedy series that originally aired on ABC in October 2000. The show starred David Krumholtz, Brad Raider, Jon Cryer, Larry Joe Campbell, and Paget Brewster.[1] The show was described as "the misadventures of four paranoid young men whose fear of urban conspiracy leads them to seek counseling in a therapy group run by therapist Claire Garletti (Brewster)." Recurring members of the therapy group were played by Jim Beaver and Patricia Belcher.[2]


A total of 13 episodes of the series were ordered by ABC and completed, however the network aired only five of the episodes in the United States before the series was canceled. All thirteen episodes were later shown in Australia.

Although items such as cast photos, promotional materials, etc. from ABC have appeared in online auctions, there is no official merchandise in relation to the television show.

This show has never been released for consumer purchase. To date, no plans have ever been announced to release this program as a DVD.


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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