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The Pitts
Format Sitcom
Created by Mike Scully
Julie Thacker
Starring Dylan Baker
Kellie Waymire
Lizzy Caplan
David Henrie
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 7
Running time 23 minutes
Original channel FOX
Original run 02010-03-30 March 30 – April 20, 2003 (2003-04-20)

The Pitts is an American situation comedy that was broadcast on Fox. It is about a family and their bad luck. It was a satire on typical American sitcoms with over-the-top sight gags.




  1. "Pilot" (shown March 30, 2003)
    Bob hires a babysitter for the kids but does not realize she is the girl he stood up for prom night.
  2. "A Bug's Wife" (shown April 6, 2003)
    Faith gets a Volkswagen bug but it falls in love with her and plans to marry her in Las Vegas.
  3. "Squarewolves" (shown April 13, 2003)
    Bob and Liz become werewolves and wreak havoc in the nighttime.
  4. "Dummy & Dummier" (shown April 20, 2003)
    A dummy comes to life and haunts the family.
  5. "Miss American Pipe" (shown April 20, 2003)
    Faith loses her chances of being in a rock video after a pipe goes through her head.
  6. "Bob's New Heart" (unaired in US; shown in the UK about 2 years after)
    Bob and Liz are convinced to join a dance club which turns out to be a satanic cult.
  7. "Ticket To Riot" (unaired in US; shown in the UK about 2 years after)
    The Pitts take the wrong bus and are held hostage by escaping prisoners.

Cancellation and revival

Fox canceled the show after five episodes aired.

On October 10, 2007, Fox announced an animated version of the show is in development.[1]

Of the main cast, Lizzy Caplan and Dylan Baker have been signed on to reprise their roles. Kellie Waymire died in 2003, and Allison Janney has been cast in her role. The part of Petey will be played by Andy Milonakis.[2]

On July 24, 2008 it was announced that the animated series had been taken out of production after a pilot had failed to impress Fox executives.


  1. ^ Nellie Andreeva; Kimberly Nordyke (2007-10-10). "Fox reviving failed sitcom as a cartoon". Reuters. Retrieved 2008-03-08.  
  2. ^ Nellie Andreeva (2008-03-04). "Allison Janney joins Fox family cartoon". Reuters. Retrieved 2008-03-08.  

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