One in this series of comedies starring stand-up comedian Drew Carey as a single guy who attempts to juggle his romantic endeavors and his menial job at a Cleveland department store, while still maintaining his sense of humor. Drew has a new assistant, Malcolm, whose assistance Drew enjoys immensely. The Winfred-Louder board of directors elects Drew to select the new regional manager. Drew hopes to finally get promoted to the vacant position of director of personnel, but his request seems to be denied. Nigel offers Drew a deal: if he makes Nigel the new regional manager, he will give Drew his old position of store manager. Drew believes that doing so would be unethical, but Nigel keeps trying to tempt Drew into cooperating with his plan. The next day, Drew is dismayed to learn that Malcolm has been fired and that the position of director of personnel has been phased out, ruining his chances for promotion. In light of these changes, a frustrated Drew agrees to Nigel's plan. Upon being coerced into approving Nigel's promotion, Drew witnesses as Nigel swiftly disposes of Drew's rival Johnson by framing him for an attempted crime. Mimi also blackmails Nigel into making her a part of their deal in order to keep their actions secret. Drew, feeling guilty about what he's done, accompanies Nigel to a hell-themed bar in order to celebrate their promotions. Kate, Lewis, and Oswald arrive as well, but are quickly disgusted when they learn what Nigel and Drew did, and decide to leave. Drew goes into work the next day to find that the board did not accept Nigel as regional manager and have sent him to Toledo for retraining. However, they still allow Drew to take up the position of store manager, believing that he is the best choice for the job. Drew is ecstatic; Nigel believes Drew set him up and vows that he will have his revenge. Includes commercials.


  • DATE: February 23, 2000 9:00 PM
  • RUNNING TIME: 0:30:00
  • COLOR/B&W: Color
  • CATALOG ID: B:60685
  • GENRE: Comedy
  • SERIES RUN: ABC - TV series, 1995-2004
  • COMMERCIALS: TV – Commercials – Toysmart.com toys^TV – Commercials – Motrin IB headache medicine^TV – Commercials – Freeinternet.com internet service^TV – Commercials – "Reindeer Games" motion picture^TV – Commercials – Onstar car assistance service^TV – Commercials – MSN internet service^TV – Commercials – Pepsi soft drinks^TV – Commercials – "Wonder Boys" motion picture^TV – Commercials – Olive Garden restaurants^TV – Commercials – Office Depot office supply stores^TV – Commercials – Monistat yeast infection medicine^TV – Commercials – Saturn automobiles^TV – Promos – "Whose Line is it Anyway?"^TV – Promos – "The Beach Boys: An American Family"^TV – Promos – "Spin City"^TV – Promos – "NYPD Blue"^TV – Promos – "Who Wants to be a Millionaire"^TV – Promos – "The Drew Carey Show"^TV – Promos – "Norm"^TV – Promos – "Ransom"


  • Drew Carey … Executive Producer, Created by
  • Bruce Helford … Executive Producer, Created by
  • Robert Borden … Executive Producer
  • Deborah Oppenheimer … Executive Producer
  • Clay Graham … Executive Producer
  • Holly Hester … Co-Executive Producer, Writer
  • Mike Teverbaugh … Co-Executive Producer
  • Brian Scully … Co-Executive Producer
  • Dan O'Keefe … Supervising Producer
  • Terry Mulroy … Producer
  • Lou Fusaro … Producer
  • Holly Sawyer … Producer
  • Rick Messina … Producer
  • Richard Baker … Producer
  • Larry Harris … Co-Producer
  • Lisa Koontz … Associate Producer
  • Sam Simon … Consulting Producer
  • Diane Burroughs … Consulting Producer
  • Joey Gutierrez … Consulting Producer
  • Jerry Belson … Consulting Producer
  • Tracy Newman … Consulting Producer
  • Jonathan Stark … Consulting Producer
  • Linda Teverbaugh … Consulting Producer
  • Les Firestein … Consulting Producer
  • Gerry Cohen … Director
  • W.G. Snuffy Walden … Music by
  • Keith Young … Choreographer
  • Ian Hunter … Theme Music by
  • Presidents of the United States of America, The … Theme Music by
  • Drew Carey … Cast, Drew Carey
  • Diedrich Bader … Cast, Oswald Lee Harvey
  • Christa Miller … Cast, Kate O'Brien
  • Kathy Kinney … Cast, Mimi Bobeck Carey
  • Craig Ferguson … Cast, Nigel Wick
  • Ryan Stiles … Cast, Lewis Kinski
  • Mark Curry … Cast, Mr. Soulard
  • J.P. Manoux … Cast, Malcolm
  • Sean Smith … Cast, Johnson
  • Vylette Fagerholm … Cast, The Waitress
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