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Just Shoot Me! (1997)

Just Shoot Me! is an American television sitcom that aired for seven seasons on NBC from March 4, 1997, to August 16, 2003, with 148 episodes produced. The show was created by Steven Levitan, the show's executive producer.

Release Date: Tue, Mar 04, 1997

Country: US
Language: En
Runtime: 30

David Spade
Dennis Finch
Wendie Malick
Nina Van Horn
George Segal
Jack Gallo
Enrico Colantoni
Elliot DiMauro
Rena Sofer
Vicki Costa

Season 7:

Guess Who's Coming to Blush
Episode 1: Guess Who's Coming to Blush (Oct 08, 2002)
Jack hires a woman off the street to run the desk. The staff thinks its because Jack wants to seduce her. This causes her to quit. When the staff finds out that Jack didn't hire her for that reason, they convince her to come back to work. Meanwhile, Finch tries to get a distraught female co-worker to take comfort in his arms.
Mr. Jealousy
Episode 2: Mr. Jealousy (Oct 15, 2002)
Finch is scared about Jack liking Vicki, so he sets her up to look bad, but he's not sure when she'll get him back. Meanwhile, Nina brings in a woman off the street to prove to Jack that he was wrong to hire Vicki. She is worried though when the woman gets lost in the building.
Nina and the Rocker
Episode 3: Nina and the Rocker (Oct 22, 2002)
Nina starts dating a British rocker named Simon Leeds. Meanwhile, Maya convinces Vicki to give her the details of her divorce. And Jack is prancing around showing off his new pocket watch until Elliot gets one too.
Halloween? Halloween!
Episode 4: Halloween? Halloween! (Oct 29, 2002)
Nina is throwing a Halloween party! At the party, Finch and Elliot compete for Blush's newest cover model, Kelly. In the end Finch gets her, only to find she is a lesbian who thinks he is a woman. Meanwhile, the jealous Elliot tries to keep Vicki from going home with a guy she met at the party.
Da Sister Who Loved DiMauro
Episode 5: Da Sister Who Loved DiMauro (Nov 12, 2002)
Gina Gershon guest stars as Rhonda, the beautiful but foul-mouthed sister of Vicki who immediately falls for Elliott. But when Elliott feigns interest in Rhonda only to ultimately make himself seem more interesting to Vicki, he finds himself in an awkward situation and only Finch can save him. Meanwhile, Jack annoys the entire office when he sets up closed-circuit cameras everywhere in an attempt to keep his eye on everyone while is home recovering from foot surgery.
That Burning Passion
Episode 6: That Burning Passion (Nov 19, 2002)
Passion enflames Maya, drawn to a fireman hunk who's Vicki's estranged spouse; jealousy rages between Nina and her rocker beau.
The Write Stuff
Episode 7: The Write Stuff (Dec 03, 2002)
Nina's ego figures in a reshoot of her famous pinup pose; Finch's collegiate woes work on Maya's sympathies.
It's Raining Babies
Episode 8: It's Raining Babies (Jan 07, 2003)
A Nina-Vicki tangle is the devilish work of Finch, a mischief-maker ripe for a comeuppance. George Lucas plays himself in a cameo role.
Watch Your Backdraft
Episode 9: Watch Your Backdraft (Jan 14, 2003)
Maya's tryst feeds office gossip, thanks to blabby Nina; Finch's scheme for a reserved parking space runs afoul of prying Elliott.
Pictures of Lily
Episode 10: Pictures of Lily (Apr 22, 2003)
At Vicki's suggestion, Jack asks all the Blush staff regulars to anonymously evaluate his work. Finch, Nina, Maya, and Elliott submit signed appraisals that only include words of praise, while Vicki anonymously tells Jack the truth. By process of elimination, Jack knows who the criticism came from, and he is spurned. Vicki consoles him and finally convinces him that the truth is healthy. Jack then insists that everyone tell him something honest, which sends Finch into a tailspin of vitriolic criticism. Meanwhile, Nina sprains her ankle after Maya suggests she walk somewhere, and Maya has to take Nina's place at a fashion event. When Maya has a great time, Nina becomes jealous.
The Comedy Stylings of Rivers & Red
Episode 11: The Comedy Stylings of Rivers & Red (Apr 22, 2003)
Jack and Finch prepare for a meeting with Tate Gittling (guest star Alan Rachins, ""L.A. Law""), the publisher of Blush's biggest rival magazine, in an attempt to join together for a charity function. But when Finch becomes romantically involved with Gittling's assistant, Bridget (guest star Judy Greer), he drops his guard and she sets him up to make Jack look bad. Meanwhile, Nina becomes jealous of her rock star boyfriend's (guest star Simon Templeman) celebrity status.
The Talented Mr. Finch
Episode 12: The Talented Mr. Finch (Jul 12, 2003)
The magazine-based sitcom opens a new edition with Morgan Fairchild guest starring as an ex-centerfold model bemused by Finch. Also: Nina's rocker beau bonds with Jack. Cheryl Ladd has a cameo.
There's Something About Allison
Episode 13: There's Something About Allison (Jul 12, 2003)
Finch forgets to tell Jack about an important meeting with foreign clients, so he assumes Jack's identity and attempts to close a deal without Jack's knowledge. Meanwhile, Nina and her rock star boyfriend Simon (guest star Simon Templeman) force themselves to go clean in an attempt to get Nina's hard-partying granddaughter (guest star Sasha Barrese) to change her ways, and Elliott seizes an opportunity to confront his high school bully (guest star Jason Marsden).
Rivals in Romance
Episode 14: Rivals in Romance (Jul 19, 2003)
The series won't be returning in the fall, but tonight NBC unreels two first-run episodes that showcase the sly repartee and gleeful double entendre that became the show's hallmark. First up, hairstyling once again occupies Vicki (Rena Sofer), who's ""dyeing"" to give Blush the brush; Nina takes under her wing the female impersonator who's portraying her in a cabaret show; and Dennis rides roughshod over his new assistant---Elliott.
A Simple Kiss of Fate
Episode 15: A Simple Kiss of Fate (Jul 19, 2003)
Jack is attracted to the feminist who is threatening a boycott of Blush. Nina's dead friend Binny appears from the dead and tells Nina she will soon cheat on Simon, much to Nina's displeasure.
Donnie Redeemed
Episode 16: Donnie Redeemed (Aug 02, 2003)
Finch's old buddy Bert - now a transsexual named Brandy - joins Finch as a couple at their high school reunion in order for Finch to arrive with a beautiful blonde while Bert/Brandy can attend without revealing his true identity. At the reunion, the girl they both competed for in high school hits it off with Brandy and reveals her past crush on Bert. Meanwhile, Maya and Elliott decide to become intimate with no strings attached.
My Fair Finchy
Episode 17: My Fair Finchy (Aug 02, 2003)
Simon (Simon Templeman) is about to pop the question to Nina (Wendie Malick), but she panics when she has to tell him she's still married to her last husband - the enchanting Roland Devereaux (guest star Jon Lovitz, NBC's ""Saturday Night Live""). Jack (George Segal) finds the perfect man for Maya (Laura San Giacomo) - his lawyer - but Maya sticks to her instincts and falls for a radical naturist. David Spade and Enrico Colantoni also star.
Son of a Preacher Man
Episode 18: Son of a Preacher Man (Aug 09, 2003)
The outrageous behavior between Finch and his sexy partner (Gina Gershon) galls Maya, who sets out to rein in the stallion. Also: Jack and Maya compete for an office-cleaner's favor in a feud that gets way out of hand.
The Last Temptation of Elliott
Episode 19: The Last Temptation of Elliott (Aug 09, 2003)
A visit from Simon's parents nettles Nina, who finds them ""judgmental, prudish and pious."" First impressions are truly deceiving. Also: Elliott leads an apartment-association revolt in the building where he's Jack's new neighbor.
For the Last Time, I Do
Episode 20: For the Last Time, I Do (Aug 16, 2003)
Elliott's duplicitous brother (David Cross) returns, accompanied by his fiancée and now deeply sorry for conning his sibling in the past. The sudden turnaround doesn't convince Elliott, who's determined to prove this is another scam.
Future Issues
Episode 21: Future Issues (Aug 16, 2003)
Brian Dennehy returns as Dennis's boisterous dad, now Jack's bossy limo driver; Jack Carter plays an insult comic taking shots at Elliott, who hatches a scheme for revenge. Also: Maya's on edge about meeting a high-school beau.
Evaluate This!
Episode 22: Evaluate This! (Aug 09, 2003)
Richard Kind (""Spin City"") plays a boorish intern at Blush with a crush on Maya. Also: Elliott is drawn to the women at his Bible-study class that's crashed by lascivious Finch, passing himself off as a sinner anxious to be saved.
The Goodbye Girl
Episode 23: The Goodbye Girl (Aug 16, 2003)
Prenuptial tensions beset Nina upon learning that the minister (Amy Yasbeck) is her intended's former girlfriend, who's still very fond of him.
Strange Bedfellows
Episode 24: Strange Bedfellows (Aug 16, 2003)
The series finale centers on a send-off for retiring Jack, whose staffers share memories, shed tears and pay affectionate tribute. Finch puts his feelings into rap, while Nina likens Jack to---what else?---""a perfect glass of Scotch.""

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