Episodes: 26 (hour)
TV show dates: November 7, 2004 — June 25, 2006
Series status: Cancelled/ended
Performers include: Hank Azaria, Paget Brewster, Anton Yelchin, Andy Comeau, Blythe Danner, Oliver Platt, Kimberly Brooks, Liza Lapira, Faith Prince, Jack Laufer, Sebastian Tillinger, Swoosie Kurtz, Ashley Williams, Sharon Sachs, Nichole Mercedes Robinson, Nancy Linehan Charles, Lara Flynn Boyle, Barbara Stuart, June Claman, Misti Traya, Rachel Style, Anjelica Huston, Heather Kafka, Nd Schmidtke, Robert Forster, Angela Albert, Annie Potts, Sarah Jones, David Ramsey, Sharon Stone, Tom Skerritt, Chris Marquette, Dakin Matthews, Noel Fisher, T.J. Thyne, Billy Lush, Christopher Curry, Matt McCoy, Mim Drew, Warren Derosa, January Jones, Stephen Spinella, Ken Howard, Jason Beghe, Missy Crider, A Martinez, Alex Black, Sam McMurray, Lucille Soong, Dougald Park, Susan Krebs, Jesse Head, Stephanie Venditto, Kathlyne Pham, Gianna Patton, and Amber Matthews.
TV show description:
Psychiatrist Dr. Craig “Huff” Huffstodt (Hank Azaria) has been counseling patients for years. But when a 15-year-old patient commits suicide in front of him at his office, it’s Huff who’s in need of counsel — both mentally and legally.
Coming to the realization that he’s unable to save everyone, Huff re-evaluates his role as husband to Beth (Paget Bruster), father to Byrd (Anton Yelchin), son to live-in mother Izzy (Blythe Danner), and brother to Teddy (Andy Comeau).
Huff struggles not only with his relationships at home and with his patients but also with his office manager, Paula Brooks (Kimberly Russell). Offering him unsolicited advice is a Hungarian homeless man named Istvan (Jack Laufer).
Guiding Huff through the wrongful death lawsuit of the young man who took his life in his office is lawyer and best friend Russell Tupper (Oliver Platt). Russell is no stranger to a party and his assistant, Maggie (Liza Lapira), does her best to keep him on track. Unfortunately, his philandering ways lead him down an unexpected path when he meets sales rep Kelly Knippers (Faith Prince).