"Decisions, Decisions" - Considering Tommy has moved onto Eddie's houseboat and Eddie has When a gay radical group called Odd Man Out plans a press conference at which they claim they will name a closeted gay in local broadcast journalism, Re-Action News sportscaster Lou Waller fears he will be publicly "outed." Meanwhile, speculation as to who will be names consumes the news team, whose members alternately debate appropriate coverage of the event, explore their own feelings about homosexuality and, in the case of veteran anchor Harry, attempt to enlist eyewitnesses (primarily co-anchor Sherry) to attest to their heterosexuality.
Meanwhile, recently separated sound man Tommy is adrift - literally and emotionally - after his wife, who had also been involved with his partner and best friend, vanishes with their baby' news director Alex and news producer Nancy try to figure out where to go with their relationship "the morning after," which also marks the arrival in L.A. of Alex's estranged wife; and formerly celibate commentator Marvin holds a news conference to announce his sexual harassment lawsuit against General manager Helen "the nutcracker" Forbes, who vows to see Marvin dead before she goes down, on "Live Shot" airing TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET/PT) on UPN.
Starring Sam Anderson as Marvin Seaborn, David Birney as Harry Chandler Moore, Wanda De Jesús as Liz Vega, Hill Harper as Tommy Greer, Spencer Klein as Sean Rydell, Bruce McGill as Joe Vitale, Cheryl Pollak as Nancy Lockridge, Rebecca Staab as Sherry Beck, Eddie Vélez as Ricardo Sandoval, Michael Watson as "Fast" Eddie Santini, Jeff Yagher as Alex Rydell. With Tom Byrd as Lou Waller, David Coburn as Rick Ever and Antonia Jones as Peggy Traynor.
Guest starring Karen Austin as Helen Forbes, Ben Stein as Hal Lemmick, Chase Masterson as Sheila Rydell, Nicholas R. Oleson as Sylvester, Cliff Cozens as Bert, Bart Sumner as Ernie, Brian McGovern as Dave, Leigh Hall as Lissa, Steve Marshall as Dr. Bob.
Written by creator/executive producer Dan Guntzelman; directed by executive producer Scott Brazil.