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Episode #1.1 

A middle-class suburban home- all seems well until a dangerous intruder enters in the dead of night.


Woody Allen


Woody Allen




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Woody Allen ... Sidney J. Munsinger
Miley Cyrus ... Lennie Dale (credit only)
Elaine May ... Kay Munsinger
Rachel Brosnahan ... Ellie
John Magaro ... Alan Brockman
Becky Ann Baker ... Lee
Lewis Black ... Al
Max Casella ... Barber
Joy Behar ... Ann
Mary Boyer ... Linda
Marylouise Burke ... Lucy
Margaret Goodman ... Helen
Julie Halston ... Roz
Sondra James ... Rita
Margaret Ladd ... Gail


A middle-class suburban home- all seems well until a dangerous intruder enters in the dead of night.

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Release Date:

30 September 2016 (USA) See more »

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Amazon Studios See more »
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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital


Color | Black and White (archive footage)
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Did You Know?


Sidney tells the barber that he wants his thinning hair cut like that of 1950s idol James Dean. Later on, his wife Kay tells him that he resembles the character actor Franklin Pangborn or maybe Elisha Cook Jr.. Even later, Carol tells him that he resembles Percy Helton. See more »


Sidney J. Munsinger: Here, I tore out a picture out of a magazine, and I thought, you know, if you could do this, just shape it like that.
Barber: That's James Dean.
Sidney J. Munsinger: Yeah, and if you could do that, you know I'd like that kind of cut there.
Barber: I can't make you look like James Dean.
Sidney J. Munsinger: No, I know, I don't expect that, obviously, but, you know, come as close as you can.
Barber: I can work on your hair for ten years, Sydney, you're never gonna look like James Dean.
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Composed and Performed by & Courtesy of David O'Neal
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Very Sad and Depressing
3 December 2016 | by arfdawg-1See all my reviews

The plot. A middle-class suburban home- all seems well until a dangerous intruder enters in the dead of night. OMG. It's really time for Woody Allen to stay out of his movies. This is such a depressing show to watch. Elaine May sounds like she had a stroke and Aleen doesn't fare much better. They can barely walk and nearly everyone else in this episode is 300 years old. It's depressing beyond belief. Who wants to watch this? Oh and then that Joy Behar has a walk on and she cannot act to save her pathetic far left life. This has to be the worst Woody Allen project ever. But worse, it's just sad to see what he's become.

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