A power outage makes Lauren question her ability to take care of a baby. Andrew has the opposite problem, until he spectacularly goofs up in an infant CPR class.

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Peter Lauer

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Risa Green (book), Aaron Korsh (staff writer) | 4 more credits »
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Episode credited cast:
Jennifer Westfeldt ... Lauren Stone
Peter Cambor ... Andrew Stone
Michael Weaver ... Danny Jenkins
Rachael Harris ... Cooper
Melanie Paxson ... Julie
Sunkrish Bala ... Eric
Rob Tinkler ... Ben
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Amanda Anka
Reggie Austin ... Dr. Greg Wise
Brooke Baumer
Kate Clarke ... Nurse
Meagen Fay
Brittany Ishibashi ... Receptionist
Christy O'Keefe Christy O'Keefe ... Nina
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A power outage makes Lauren question her ability to take care of a baby. Andrew has the opposite problem, until he spectacularly goofs up in an infant CPR class.

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Comedy | Romance

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Language:

English

Release Date:

3 December 2007 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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How to: Try to boost ratings, example 1
15 April 2010 | by ttapolaSee all my reviews

Notes from the Underbelly is yet another short-lived US sitcom that here in Finland has been dumped, three years after it premiered in the States, in a dead slot. The Dead Slot Sitcoms come and go, and this one is not different - well, unless you consider the fact that it *wasn't* canceled during its first season, like most other DSSs. However, last week I noticed something in the first episode of Season 2. I couldn't bother to check whether Wikipedia had any ratings info on the show, but I'll hazard a guess that the ratings of Season 1 were not stellar, so the decision-makers came up with a way to try to boost ratings.

It was so blatantly obvious that it was embarrassing to watch. And I am a man. I shouldn't be embarrassed to watch what they did. So what *did* they do? Well, to exaggerate things a little, they made Jennifer Westfedlt's cleavage a character. "Not that there is anything wrong with that", as Seinfeld would say, but it was distracting. They couldn't even bother to try to improve the comedy - and this was supposed to be a situation *comedy*, for crying out loud! This week? We got more of Westfedlt's cleavage, not enough jokes. And why is this episode called "The blackout", anyway? It revolves mostly around a blog set up by Cooper. No wonder there was no third season.


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