The Crazy Ones

Series Summary
Simon Roberts, an unorthodox genius with a big personality, heads an advertising agency that has some of the biggest clients in the world. By his side is his partner -- and daughter -- Sydney, who is focused and ambitious but spends more time than she'd like baby-sitting her father. They work with a talented team that includes handsome Zach, neurotic art director Andrew, and deceptively smart assistant Lauren as -- despite their eccentricities -- they continue to take the advertising world by storm.

Air Dates: 2013 - Present

Genres: Sitcom

Network: CBS

Episodes

  • Season 1, Ep. 22 : The Lighthouse Apr 17, 2014

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    Simon's ex-wife has the final word when a corporation wants to buy out the firm.

  • Season 1, Ep. 21 : The Monster Apr 17, 2014

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    The team looks outside the box to try to prevent the closure of a library.

  • Season 1, Ep. 20 : Love Sucks Apr 10, 2014

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    Gordon and his partner break up, causing Simon to become disillusioned with love.

  • Season 1, Ep. 19 : Danny Chase Hates Brad Paisley Apr 3, 2014

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    While trying to channel Simon, Zach makes big promises during a pitch and must get Brad Paisley to sing a jingle written by Danny Chase.

  • Season 1, Ep. 18 : March Madness Mar 13, 2014

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    Andrew's spirited and rowdy sisters come to the office to celebrate St. Patrick's Day -- Simon's least favorite holiday.

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Based on 28 Critics
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  • Williams signature brand of comedy and big personality dominate the show, but with an ensemble of Sarah Michelle Gellar, James Wolk and Hamish Linklater, it's less one-note than expected. Show More

  • The talented cast and upbeat pilot work in the series’ favor, but if the half-hour is to be more than a platform for Williams’ improv, the story will have to go deeper. And make us care. Show More

  • When Williams can rein in his hyper qualities, he can be an effective presence. And at least he knows his way around a joke, unlike Gellar, who, post-"Buffy," still hasn't risen above the level of the writing she's given (and the writing for her here is flat and one-dimensional). Show More

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