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      Season 1 – The Tracy Morgan Show

      2003 Comedy List
      40% 10 Reviews Tomatometer A family man who lives in a small Brooklyn apartment with his wife and two kids deals with the daily headaches of working at an auto garage while dreaming of expanding the business. Read More Read Less
      The Tracy Morgan Show — Season 1

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      The Tracy Morgan Show fails to capitalize on its titular star's strengths and instead opts for formulaic sitcom storytelling.

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      Previous Episode 1 Aired Dec 2, 2003 The Pilot Tracy Mitchell deals with life as a family man and the owner of an auto-repair shop; Derrick's teacher says he lacks social skills at a parent-teacher conference. Details Episode 2 Aired Dec 2, 2003 Doctor? No! Jimmy causes a scene when his mother takes him to the doctor's for a routine physical; Tracy reveals his own fear of going to the doctor. Details Episode 3 Aired Dec 4, 2003 Christmas Tracy finds out who ruined his "Planet of the Apes" DVD while perusing his son's letter to Santa; Spoon, Bernard and Freddie try to compose the perfect black Christmas carol. Details Episode 4 Aired Dec 9, 2003 The Anniversary Tracy plans to dazzle his wife on their wedding anniversary but cannot find a baby sitter. Details Episode 5 Aired Dec 16, 2003 Stealing Tracy and Alicia disagree about what to do when Derrick is caught shoplifting. Details Episode 6 Aired Jan 6, 2004 Coach Tracy Tracy takes over as coach of bench-riding Derrick's basketball team; Jimmy glues Alicia's diamond to his tooth. Details Episode 7 Aired Jan 13, 2004 Church Tracy's pastor takes advantage of his offer of free repairs at the shop; Alicia pushes Derrick to try out for a solo in the choir. Details Episode 8 Aired Jan 20, 2004 The Value of Money Tracy has the boys clean the garage to learn the value of money; Alicia returns to work after an old boss makes her an offer. Details Episode 9 Aired Jan 27, 2004 Weird Science Tracy takes control of Jimmy's science fair project; Derrick embarrasses Alicia by exposing the bacteria in their house. Details Episode 10 Aired Jan 31, 2004 A Call to Duty Derrick and Jimmy volunteer in a church program that takes food to the elderly; Tracy goes to jury duty; Spoon and Bernard fight for second-in-command. Details Episode 11 Aired Feb 7, 2004 Miracle Street Tracy passes his boys off as charity cases to snag front-row seats at a sold-out Snoop Dogg (guest starring as himself) concert. Biz Markie also guest stars. Details Episode 12 Aired Feb 14, 2004 Vacation The family takes a vacation in the upstate wilderness, but Tracy cannot keep his mind off of the garage. Details Episode 13 Aired Feb 28, 2004 Super Boy Derrick must tutor the superintendent's son in exchange for needed repairs around the house; Jimmy becomes a vegetarian but makes an exception for sausage. Details Episode 14 Aired Mar 6, 2004 Class Clown Alicia and Tracy visit Jimmy's school in response to a teacher's note about his behavior, but when Jimmy takes an aptitude test, they realize he is a frustrated genius. Details Episode 15 Aired Mar 20, 2004 Career Day On career day, Tracy elects to forgo a speech about auto repair to discuss his exciting job as a sports agent. Details Episode 16 Aired Mar 20, 2004 The Sporting Life Tracy fulfills his lifelong dream of becoming a sports agent; Jimmy accidentally watches the video of his birth. Terrell Owens guest stars as himself. Details Episode 17 Aired undefined Spoon Moves In Tracy has second thoughts about asking Spoon to move next door when he becomes too involved with the family; Derek and Jimmy learn the art of pugilism. Details Episode 18 Aired undefined Haircut Night Alicia takes Derrick to a barber, despite Tracy's tradition of cutting the kids' hair himself; Bernard tries to use the garage's new tow truck to pick up women. Details Next
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      Previous Steve Johnson Chicago Tribune "The Tracy Morgan Show" wants to be another family sitcom in the Damon Wayans or Jim Belushi mold. But it plays like something the UPN rejected, a show whose target audience is people who've lost their remote. Sep 19, 2019 Full Review Tom Shales Washington Post The show needs fine-tuning, but Morgan is instantly winning as Tracy Mitchell. Sep 19, 2019 Full Review Austin Smith New York Post The show might get a chance to gel if and when Tracy decides to be Tracy, whoever that is, and not Sherman Hemsley and Bill Cosby. Sep 19, 2019 Full Review Rob Owen Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Some of the dialogue is a little crude; some is so wrought with slang that it's difficult to understand. But the show is not a complete embarrassment. Sep 19, 2019 Full Review Scott D. Pierce Deseret News (Salt Lake City) "The Tracy Morgan Show" is thoroughly mediocre. Sep 19, 2019 Full Review Tom Jicha South Florida Sun-Sentinel In the era of hundreds of channels, the Internet and video games, a new series has to give viewers a reason to make the effort to watch. The Tracy Morgan Show falls well short of this obligation. Sep 19, 2019 Full Review Read all reviews Next
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      Season Info

      Gary Halvorson
      Executive Producer
      David Israel, Jim O'Doherty, Lorne Michaels, David Miner, Dave Becky, Marcy Carsey, Tom Werner, Caryn Mandabach
      David Israel, Jim O'Doherty, Tom J. Astle
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      Release Date
      Dec 2, 2003
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