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      Season 1 – Undeclared

      2001 Comedy List
      93% 30 Reviews Tomatometer 75% Fewer than 50 Ratings Audience Score This single-camera comedy caper follows an eclectic group of six college freshmen at the fictional University of North Eastern California. Created by Judd Apatow ("Freaks and Geeks"), the sitcom focuses on the trials and tribulations of college life. Read More Read Less

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      Undeclared lives in the shadow of its Apatow-produced predecessor but still delivers an insightful and sweet year of self-discovery on campus.

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      Previous Episode 1 Aired Sep 25, 2001 Pilot A first-year college-student (Jay Baruchel) and his friends embrace the freedoms and responsibilities of independence. Details Episode 2 Aired Oct 2, 2001 Eric Visits Lizzie dumps her boyfriend, who turns to Steven for advice; Rachel talks Marshall into getting a parrot. Details Episode 3 Aired Oct 9, 2001 Addicts The guys become addicted to charging their purchases; Ron introduces Lloyd to the world of online investing. Details Episode 4 Aired Oct 16, 2001 Sick in the Head Rachel attempts to nurse a fevered Marshall back to health with herbal remedies; Steven sleeps in the rec room. Details Episode 5 Aired Nov 13, 2001 The Assistant Comic-actor Adam Sandler visits the campus for a concert and returns to the dorm to party with the guys. Details Episode 6 Aired Nov 20, 2001 Eric Visits Again Eric and his buddies arrive at the dorm to beat up Steven, who promptly runs and hides in a storage closet. Details Episode 7 Aired Dec 11, 2001 Rush and Pledge The guys miss Steven when Hal convinces him to rush his old fraternity. Details Episode 8 Aired Dec 18, 2001 Hell Week Steven and the other pledges rebel when fraternity hazing becomes unendurable; Rachel gains 15 pounds. Details Episode 9 Aired Jan 8, 2002 So You Have a Boyfriend Steven presses Lizzie for a relationship, while Lizzie fears her boyfriend will find out about her fling. Details Episode 10 Aired Jan 15, 2002 Jobs, Jobs, Jobs Steven gets a job in the cafeteria; Lloyd sets Rachel up with a guy who won't stop doing impersonations. Details Episode 11 Aired Jan 22, 2002 Parents' Weekend The students go to great lengths to hide their contraband and act innocent with their families coming to visit for the weekend. Details Episode 12 Aired Jan 29, 2002 Truth or Dare The guys devise a plan to play a game of truth or dare with the girls in an attempt to change the girls' perception of them. Details Episode 13 Aired Feb 12, 2002 The Day After Steven and Lizzie's friends try to dissuade them from making a commitment to each other, urging them to hold onto their freedom instead. Details Episode 14 Aired Feb 19, 2002 The Perfect Date Steven tries to woo Lizzie with a home-cooked meal, but the evening is ruined when his nerdy friend Theo (guest star Martin Starr) drops in. Details Episode 15 Aired Mar 5, 2002 Hal and Hillary While Hal and Hillary grow closer to each other, jealous Lucien tries to get Steven kicked out of the dormitory. Details Episode 16 Aired Mar 12, 2002 Eric's POV When Lizzie leaves a cryptic message on Eric's machine in response to an invitation to his birthday party, Eric and pals interpret her subtext to mean she wants him back. Details Episode 17 Aired Dec 3, 2010 God Visits Steven is introduced to the Bible and becomes obsessed. Details Next
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      Previous Mike McGranaghan The Patriot-News This is funny, funny stuff and there's no need for artificial sitcom wackiness to prop it up. Everything has the ordinary hilarity of real life. Sep 5, 2019 Full Review Diane Werts Newsday [The] actors live and breathe their personalities so indelibly that the camera can pan past an open dorm room door, and, in one lightning line of dialogue, we utterly understand the people inside. Sep 5, 2019 Full Review Belinda Acosta Austin Chronicle What I love: some of the same spunk as Freaks and Geeks (it's from the same creator) without the frothiness of teen dramas like Felicity or Dawson's Creek. Sep 5, 2019 Full Review Robert Wilonsky Paste Magazine You'll spend just enough time with the freshman class to want to graduate with them, only to discover they were expelled by a network that flunked. Sep 5, 2019 Full Review MaryAnn Johanson Flick Filosopher Each half-hour episode is a gem of insightful, observant writing and perfectly pitched ensemble performances exploring the perplexities of learning how to be on your own for the first time in life. Sep 5, 2019 Full Review Scott Weinberg Undeclared is an absolute joy of a TV series, full of painful memories, fond nostalgia, a warm-hearted sense of honest humor, and an almost palpable sense of sweetness. 5/5 Sep 5, 2019 Full Review Read all reviews Next
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      Previous Audience Member If you've liked Freaks and Geeks, you should definitely check this one out. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/09/23 Full Review Next Post a review

      Season Info

      Executive Producer
      Judd Apatow
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      Release Date
      Sep 25, 2001
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