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Almost Perfect
Genre Sitcom
Created by Ken Levine
David Isaacs
Robin Schiff
Written by Sue Herring
George McGrath
Robin Schiff
Directed by Andy Ackerman
Stan Daniels
Victor Fresco
Kim Friedman
Leonard R. Garner, Jr.
David Lee
Ken Levine
Philip Charles MacKenzie
Gail Mancuso
Jeffrey Melman
Alan Myerson
Thomas Schlamme
Rob Schiller
Starring Nancy Travis
Kevin Kilner
Composer(s) Bruce Miller
Country of origin  United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 34 (6 unaired)
Executive producer(s) David Isaacs
Ken Levine
Robin Schiff
Producer(s) Larina Adamson
Robin Chamberlin
Linda Teverbaugh
Michael Teverbaugh
Running time 30 mins.
Original channel CBS
Original run September 17, 1995 – October 30, 1996

Almost Perfect is an American situation comedy that aired on the CBS television network from 1995 to 1996.



Almost Perfect starred Nancy Travis as Kim Cooper, a television writer on the (fictional) hit show Blue Justice (a parody of NYPD Blue) who had just been promoted to executive producer, and Kevin Kilner as her newfound love Mike Ryan, a district attorney. Both brought extreme pressures to the relationship, mostly due to their high-powered, high-pressure, time-consuming professions.

The fictional couple were in the process of breaking up when something unusual occurred – the actual program (not the portrayed fictional program) was cancelled only four episodes into its renewal season (Almost all U.S. network television shows which are "picked up" for renewal are renewed for a longer period than this).[1]


Actor Role
Nancy Travis Kim Cooper
Kevin Kilner Mike Ryan
David Clennon Neal Luder
Matthew Letscher Rob Paley
Chip Zien Gary Karp



Season 1

Ep # Title Airdate
1 "I'm Gregory Peck" September 17, 1995
2 "Now, Where Were We?" September 24, 1995
3 "A Dog Day Afternoon" October 1, 1995
4 "My Way" October 8, 1995
5 "Your Place or Mine? (a.k.a. Princess of the City)" October 15, 1995
6 "You Like Me, You Really Like Me" October 22, 1995
7 "The Ex-Files" November 5, 1995
8 "The Lost Weekend: Part 1" November 19, 1995
9 "The Lost Weekend: Part 2" November 26, 1995
10 "Presumed Impotent" December 3, 1995
11 "Love Hurts" December 10, 1995
12 "Risky Christmas" December 11, 1995
13 "Mind Games" January 14, 1995
14 "Overly Meditated" February 4, 1996
15 "El Pollo Loco" February 11, 1996
16 "Auto Neurotic" February 18, 1996
17 "A Midseason Night's Sex Comedy" March 3, 1996
18 "Suites for the Sweet" March 4, 1996
19 "Being Fired Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry" March 11, 1996
20 "Lights, Camera, Mike?!" March 18, 1996
21 "The Hunted House" April 1, 1996
22 "Moving In: Part 1" April 8, 1996
23 "Moving In: Part 2" April 15, 1996
24 "It's a Wrap!" April 22, 1996

Season 2

Ep # Title Airdate
1 "The Break-Up" October 9, 1996
2 "Shelf Doubt" October 16, 1996
3 "Good Grief" October 23, 1996
4 "Heaven's Helper" October 30, 1996
5 "Dating for Ratings" Never aired
6 "Where No Woman Has Gone Before" Never aired
7 "K.I.S.S." Never aired
8 "Gimme Shelter" Never aired
9 "The Laws" Never aired
10 "This Is What Happens When You Don't Watch PBS" Never aired


  1. ^ Brooks, Tim; Marsh, Earle F. (Ballantine Books). The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows. 1999. p. 32. ISBN 0-345-42923-0.  

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