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Flying Blind
Genre Comedy
Created by Richard Rosenstock
Starring Téa Leoni, Corey Parker, Clea Lewis, Robert Bauer
Theme music composer David Byrne
Opening theme "A Million Miles Away"
Country of origin  United States
Language(s) English
No. of episodes 22
Production
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Fox
Original run September 13, 1992 – May 2, 1993

Flying Blind is a single-season, 1992-93 American half-hour situation comedy on the Fox TV network, revolving around awkward post-collegian Neil Barash (Corey Parker) who, by serendipity, meets beautiful libertine Alicia (Téa Leoni) and begins a relationship with her. The show explored the difficulties faced by self-conscious and repressed Neil in dealing with the erotic antics of Alicia and her eccentric roommates, Jordan (Robert Bauer) and Megan (Clea Lewis). Flying Blind premiered September 13 1992 and ran through May 2, 1993. It was created by Richard Rosenstock, who later went on to write for Fox's Arrested Development. The theme song for the show was "A Million Miles Away", written and performed by David Byrne which appeared on his spring 1992 album release Uh-Oh. The production companies were Viacom and Paramount. The series later became owned by CBS.

Veteran comedy actor Peter Boyle guest starred as Alicia's father, a former spy, and Charles Rocket guested as movie maker Dennis Lake. In addition to Leoni, an assortment of stars had guest spots or cameos in the series before they became famous, including Thomas Haden Church, Jill Hennessy, Lisa Kudrow, Andy Dick and Noah Emmerich.

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