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Arliss Michaels is the super athlete's super-agent, wheeling and dealing in the higher echelons of the sports world - an arena filled with glamour, hypocrisy and money. The sports agent extraordinaire is not above misbehaving as outrageously as his superstar clients in an effort to get what he wants when he wants it. Most episodes include celebrity cameos, usually people well-known in the sports industry.

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AMM is left in the hands of Rita, Kirby and Stanley while Arliss does some soul searching. John Rhys-Davies, Wings Hauser, Rusty Schwimmer and Curt Schilling guest star.
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Arliss is smitten with Rita's sports photographer friend; Stanley and Kirby enlist Roy Jones Jr. to endorse a cooking innovation.
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A former lover tries to win back Rita's affection; Arliss and Stanley try to lure a reclusive chess player back to the game.
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Stanley provides college advice to his football-star nephew; Arliss helps a female broadcasting client deal with network demands.
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Arliss and Kirby support a former client's new political career; Rita seeks a spokes-model for a clothing item.
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Kirby dates a female body builder; Arliss tries to motivate a traumatized NFL client. Jack La Lanne, Tony Gonzalez and Deepak Chopra guest star.
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Arliss tries to realize his gold-record dreams while helping a baseball player through a tough decision.
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Arliss alienates Kirby by hiring a protege; Rita falls for Stanley's new chef.
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Arliss helps an NBA star turn a dream into reality; Stanley gives students a hand with a project. David Garrison guest stars. Cameos by Pat Croce, Jason Giambi, Bill Goldberg and Robert Shapiro.
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Rita deals with a client's politics; Stanley's brand new car gets dented. Keith Carradine, Cynthia Sikes and Susan Egan guest star. Cameos by Elton Brand, Jerry Dunphy and Ray Lewis.
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Arliss contends with a baseball legend and his namesake daughter; Stanley helps a boxer through a TV debut.
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Arliss (Robert Wuhl) deals with his first fiscal year in the red; Kirby tolerates his model girlfriend.
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A female golf client conceals a secret; Kirby gets a hold of a piece of rare memorabilia. With Robert Wuhl.
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While Rita visits her family, Kirby and Stanley prepare the "surprise roast" of Arliss (Robert Wuhl). Guest stars include David Brenner, Jack Carter, Norm Crosby, Phyllis Diller, Marshall Faulk, Sparky Anderson, Jeremy Roenick and Rosalind Chao.
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Kirby represents a college basketball coach; Arliss (Robert Wuhl) tries to sell beachfront property. Kelly Slater, Ken Howard, Warrick Dunn and Jerry Stackhouse guest star.
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Arliss decides to take revenge on a baseball manager who embarrassed him; an actor studies Kirby as research for a role.
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Arliss (Robert Wuhl) tries to get a married couple their own show; Kirby deals with a spoiled client. Rachel York, Dick Clark, Gary Miller, Dick Stockton, Lesley Visser and Bob Costas guest star.
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Arliss (Robert Wuhl) tries to handle problems from a race-car driver's wives, both current and former. Floyd Mayweather and James Worthy guest star.
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Arliss (Robert Wuhl) travels to Canada to steal a hockey team; Rita uses alternative medicine to combat aging. Guest stars: Charles Durning, Lou Diamond Phillips, Jason Sehorn and David Wells.
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Arliss (Robert Wuhl) rekindles an old flame; Stanley and Kirby invest in a rodeo bull. Guest stars: Hugh Douglas, Derek Fisher, Rick Fox, John Lynch, Ty Murray, Shaquille O'Neal and Tony Siragusa.
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Arliss helps a lesbian client and her lover fulfill their dream of having a baby; Kirby helps an athlete complete his degree.

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