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      Season 1 – The Naked Truth

      1995 Comedy List
      85% 13 Reviews Tomatometer Desperate after her rich ex-husband causes her to lose her job, Pulitzer-winning photographer Nora Wilde is reduced to working at the Weekly Comet, a notorious tabloid where her shameless editor, Camilla Dane, sends Nora and photographer Nicky Columbus on a series of comically sleazy assignments. Read More Read Less
      The Naked Truth — Season 1

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      Critics Consensus

      Bawdy and cynical, The Naked Truth rests all of its enjoyment on the talents of Téa Leoni, who shines with crack comic energy and a penchant for pratfalls.

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      Episodes

      Previous Episode 1 Aired Sep 13, 1995 Pilot A newly divorced photojournalist (Tea Leoni) settles for a tabloid job; guest Anna Nicole Smith. Details Episode 2 Aired Sep 20, 1995 Bald Star in Hot Oil Fest Nora (Tea Leoni) blows a job interview for the chance to take pictures of actor Tom Hanks (guest starring as himself). Details Episode 3 Aired Sep 27, 1995 Elvis Is Coming A scientist (guest star Larry Drake) claims he has Elvis Presley's sperm on ice in his lab. With Tea Leoni. Details Episode 4 Aired Oct 4, 1995 Woman Jokes While Husband Croaks Nora (Tea Leoni) discovers the truth about her ex-husband (guest star Michael York) after they get naked together. Details Episode 5 Aired Oct 18, 1995 Sex-Crazed Sitcom Zombie Gropes Shutterbug in Midnight Morgue Orgy Nora and Camilla (Tea Leoni, Holland Taylor) bond with each other when they go after the same story together. Details Episode 6 Aired Nov 1, 1995 Hero Pig Goes Hog Wild Nora (Tea Leoni) learns about Hollywood celebrity after she saves a pig that becomes an overnight sensation. Details Episode 7 Aired Nov 8, 1995 Real Life Henry Higgins Turns Dork Into Duke! Nora's (Tea Leoni) advice on dating etiquette backfires on her. Details Episode 8 Aired Nov 15, 1995 Star and Comet Collide! Giant Bugs Invade!! Nora (Tea Leoni) throws a party for old acquaintances and learns who her real friends are. Details Episode 9 Aired Nov 29, 1995 Girl Buys Soup While Woman Weds Ape A surprise visit by Nora's parents (guest stars George Segal and Dyan Cannon) throws her professional and personal life into a tizzy. With Tea Leoni. Details Episode 10 Aired Dec 6, 1995 Woman Weds Siamese Twins! Nora (Tea Leoni) is asked to photograph the wedding of a woman and a Siamese twin (guest stars Victoria Jackson, Todd Merrill). Details Episode 11 Aired Dec 13, 1995 Comet Nails Star and Vice Versa Nora (Tea Leoni) falls for womanizing Hollywood actor Dylan Michael Michaels (guest star D.W. Moffett). Details Episode 12 Aired Dec 20, 1995 Sewer Gators, Swordplay, Santa From Hell Nora and Camilla (Tea Leoni, Holland Taylor) spend Christmas in the sewers of Los Angeles; guest Tim Curry. Details Episode 13 Aired Jan 3, 1996 Shocking Tales of Hollywood Gunplay! Nora takes a self-defense course after she survives a carjacking. Details Episode 14 Aired Jan 10, 1996 Woman Loses Space Alien, Finds God Nora (Tea Leoni) re-evaluates the meaning of life after she runs into a sorority sister (guest star Stacey Travis) from her college days. Details Episode 15 Aired Jan 17, 1996 Man Wakes Up With Stranger in Pants Nora (Tea Leoni) finds herself attracted to Nicky (Jonathan Penner) after he is given testosterone-reducing drugs. Details Episode 16 Aired Jan 31, 1996 The Bubble Show Nora exposes a celebrity staying in a hospital after she becomes a test subject for a bogus medical experiment. Details Episode 17 Aired Feb 7, 1996 Woman Rises in World, Falls on Face Nora learns a lesson in balancing work and friendship when she becomes the new assistant photo editor. Details Episode 18 Aired Feb 14, 1996 Sisters in Sex Triangle With Gazillionaire Camilla and her sister (Holland Taylor, guest star Sally Kellerman) compete for the affections of Camilla's boss (guest star Tim Curry). Details Episode 19 Aired Feb 21, 1996 Man Loses Load While Woman Can't Dump! Nora (Tea Leoni) tries to break up with her immature and overly sensitive boyfriend (guest star Scott LaRose). Details Episode 20 Aired Feb 28, 1996 Hollywood Honors Male Prostitute! Nora and Nicky (Tea Leoni, Jonathan Penner) go under cover as husband and wife to cover an awards ceremony. Details Next
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      Previous Howard Rosenberg Los Angeles Times Talented Tea Leoni's level is stratospheric in The Naked Truth, a comedy that rides high on the lowly tactics of the Comet. Jul 17, 2019 Full Review Tom Shales Washington Post The Naked Truth is the ugly sitcom, an unwelcome addition to the ABC lineup. Jul 17, 2019 Full Review John P. McCarthy Variety There's mileage in the premise, the writing is clever, and star Tea Leoni should grow nicely into the starring role. Best of all, The Naked Truth has style. Jul 17, 2019 Full Review Joyce Millman San Francisco Examiner The Naked Truth was created and written by Bosom Buddies creator Chris Thompson, and it echoes his earlier show's irresistible blend of unapologetic silliness and cheeky adult humor. Jul 17, 2019 Full Review Tom Jicha South Florida Sun-Sentinel This is strictly a showcase for Leoni, a delightful actress who merits a better platform on which to shine than the one she got in Foxs Flying Blind. She has it here. Jul 17, 2019 Full Review Scott D. Pierce Deseret News (Salt Lake City) The pilot is somewhat uneven, but there are moments of real humor here -- and a good deal of potential. Jul 17, 2019 Full Review Read all reviews Next
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      Season Info

      Executive Producer
      Chris Thompson
      Network
      NBC
      Rating
      TV-14 (D)
      Genre
      Comedy
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Sep 13, 1995
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