Flying Blind


Flying Blind Information

Flying Blind is an American sitcom that aired on Fox from September 1992, to May 1993. The series stars Corey Parker and Téa Leoni.

Synopsis

The series revolves around awkward post-collegian Neil Barash (Parker) who, by serendipity, meets beautiful libertine Alicia (Leoni) and begins a relationship with her. The show explores the difficulties faced by self-conscious and repressed Neil in dealing with the erotic antics of Alicia and her eccentric roommates, Jordan (Robert Bauer) and Megan (Clea Lewis).

Veteran comedy actor Peter Boyle guest starred as Alicia's father, a former spy, and Charles Rocket guested as movie maker Dennis Lake. Thomas Haden Church also served in a recurring role as Jonathan, despite acting full time on Wings. In addition to Leoni, an assortment of stars had guest spots or cameos in the series before they became famous, including Diedrich Bader, Jill Hennessy, Greg Grunberg, Lisa Kudrow, Andy Dick, Willie Garson and Noah Emmerich.

Production notes

The series was created by Richard Rosenstock, who later went on to write for Fox's Arrested Development. The theme song for the show was "A Million Miles Away", written and performed by David Byrne which appeared on his spring 1992 album release Uh-Oh.

The production companies were Sweetum Productions, and Paramount Network Television in association with Viacom Productions. The series later became owned by CBS Television Distribution.

Episode list

"?- Title Airdate
1 "Pilot" September 13, 1992
2 "Smiles of a Summer Night" September 20, 1992
3 "Crazy for You... and You" September 27, 1992
4 "Single White Eurotrash" October 4, 1992
5 "The Week of Living Dangerously" October 11, 1992
6 "Prelude to a Brisket" October 18, 1992
7 "Desperately Seeking Alicia" October 25, 1992
8 "Lovers and Other Strangers" November 1, 1992
9 "The Heartbreak Id" November 8, 1992
10 "The Secret of My Great Dress" November 15, 1992
11 "A Woman Under the Influence" November 22, 1992
12 "Dad" December 13, 1992
13 "Ted Over Heels" January 10, 1993
14 "The Panic in the Park" February 7, 1993
15 "The Player" February 14, 1993
16 "Escape to New York" March 7, 1993
17 "My Dinner with Brad Schimmel" March 14, 1993
18 "Unforgiving" March 21, 1993
19 "The Bride of Marsh Man 2: The Spawning" March 28, 1993
20 "The Spy Who Came in from the Old" April 11, 1993
21 "The People That Time Forgot" April 25, 1993
22 "The Long Goodbye" May 2, 1993



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