Baseball's Barry Bonds has a cameo. AMM staffers, particularly Kirby, Rita and Stanley, know their boss is up to something and begin to worry about their job security. The percentage of users who rated this 3.5 stars or higher. Temptation gets the better of squeaky-clean QB Dan Hendricks. Kirby: Jim Turner. 'Colors of the Rainbow.' While high-school hoops sensation Shaler halimon announces he'll skip college and jump straight to the NBA, Arliss positions himself as Shaler's agent and uses the opportunity to settle a score with team owner Buddy Reingold. Meanwhile, free-agent relief pitcher (and white supremacist) Trevor Heath decides to let Arliss represent him upon hearing the comments. The huge payday means Arliss can finally buy that Gulfstream Jet he's had his eyes on. While the insanity in [The Larry Sanders Show's] world is all too believeable, Arli$$ foolishly goes over the top in its disappointing and cluttered pilot. Arliss engages in a love match with an 18-year-old tennis pro (Shannon Elizabeth), whom he agrees to represent despite her overly demanding father (Zitto Kazann). Can't find a movie or TV show? Tired of finishing out of the money in his fantasy-baseball league, Arliss is tempted to trade on insider information to improve his team. Get the freshest reviews, news, and more delivered right to your inbox! 'Timing is Everything.' Don't have an account? 'The Stuff Dreams are Made of.' Do not upload anything which you do not own or are fully licensed to upload. The arrest of Arliss' top boxing client threatens the match he's been promoting as the event of the year. But after the Rock strikes out at three job attempts, Arliss comes up with a stroke of marketing genius. A media siege begins and arliss is under fire. | 'What About the Fans?' [HBO] HD. When boxer Sucre Rey Santos gets arrested before a major fight, his (and Arliss') big payday disappears, until Arliss comes up with an ingenious way for the fight to go on and keep both their dreams live. We want to hear what you have to say but need to verify your account. The powerful owner (Michael Fairman) of three sports franchises sets out to ruin hard-bargaining Arliss (Robert Wuhl). In the 12th annual Den of Thieves Rotisserie Baseball League, Arliss and Kirby hope their Frozen Ropes can bring the title back where it belongs, away from cosmetic surgeon Vic Freed and his hated Silicone Valley. 5. and the Terms and Policies, Rate. And now, after a chance meeting at the racetrack, Arliss decides to help the downtrodden Rock make some scratch and get back on his feet. So Arliss shops the team to three prospective homes: Raleigh-Durham, Las Vegas and New Mexico. |, Jun 4, 2018 Meanwhile, Stanley must escort a boxer to his HBO debut. Rate. Broadly clever and persistently cynical, Arli$$ is as incisive in its sports satire as it is juvenile in its humor. S3, Ep12 23 Aug. 1998 Select the department you want to search in. Stanley: Michael Boatman. Features cameos by Jonathan Silverman, Steve Garvey and Brandon Tartikoff. [HBO] HD. [HBO] HD. (Season One) Arliss is offered a huge sum of money to sell his firm after a run-in with a powerful agency's owner. Just below that it reads "Ticket Confirmation#:" followed by a 10-digit number. Mike Armstrong, president of multinational CSM, is interested in buying AMM. Your Ticket Confirmation # is located under the header in your email that reads "Your Ticket Reservation Details". J.J.: Ann Walker. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. The show marginally succeeds as a lampoon of the sporting world's dominant new mentality -- which is to say, venality. Arliss tries to turn beach volleyball into the next hot big thing in sport, but the players he chooses to represent turn out to be the weakest link in his perfect plan. in season Title Directed by Written by Original air date Prod. A reporter misconstrues one of Arliss's innocent comments, causing the sports agent (Robert Wuhl) to be branded a racist. Playing the conniving sports agent Arliss Howard, and tucking real sports figures into his shows, Wuhl has connected with a target as ripe for lancing as Shandling's Hollywood. Why would Arliss even consider representing Anya Slovachek, the 186th ranked woman tennis player whose father is a psychotic maniac? Rate. So Arliss shops the team to three prospective homes: Raleigh-Durham, Las Vegas and New Mexico. All-star cast with real sports celebrities from the 90s, Reviewed in the United States on November 14, 2018. 1. 'The Company You Keep.' This 10-digit number is your confirmation number. Arliss tries to convince star QB Dan Hendricks that confessing after sinning may not be the smartest move, even with an upset wife and the media already suspecting something's amiss. L.A. Kings owner Flora Lansing dangles part-ownership in front of Arliss if he can find a new home for her hockey team--provided there's a new stadium, complete with luxury boxes and PSLs. Professional sports deserves the pounding. 'Crossing the Line.' Robert Wuhl. © 2020 TV.COM, A RED VENTURES COMPANY. |, May 29, 2018 But this must be kept a secret! However, Arliss gets the governor to sign off and approve the fight, allowing HBO to televise the Battle in the Bighouse, live from the state penitentiary. | Enjoy a rich lineup of TV shows and movies included with your Prime membership. The image is an example of a ticket confirmation email that AMC sent you when you purchased your ticket. Slam dunk! Arliss' derogatory comment about a stickball team is interpreted by the media as racist. Wow excellent cast and great jokes! Arliss gets an offer he can't refuse: find a new home for the L.A. Kings hockey team and become their part-owner. Login to create it. Arli$$: Season 1: Comic actor Robert Wuhl, who created and stars, plays Arliss Michaels, a sports super-agent driven by twin motivations of profit and idealism. No. An innocent comment about a local stickball team from his old neighborhood is misinterpretted as a racial slur, putting Arliss under media fire. Can't find a movie or TV show? Arliss receives an astronomical offer from a major competitor firm to sell his agency to them. Features cameos by baseball's Cecil Fielder and Olympic volleyballer Holly McPeak. Mike Armstrong, president of multinational CSM, is interested in buying AMM.