Season 1


A preview of the series Dads, a show about two best friends and the adventures and changes in their lives that happen with the arrival of their fathers into their homes.

1 :01x01 - Pilot

The pilot episode introduces us to Eli and Warner, best friends who own and run a video game business. Their lives change radically when their fathers move in with them, and threaten a badly needed business deal.
Guest Stars: Dan Castellaneta as Voice Actor / British Narrator | Sarah Baldwin as Tania |
Co-Guest Stars: August Maturo as Alden | Ewan Chung as Chinese Translator | Victor J. Ho as Chinese Businessman
Director: Mark Cendrowski

2 :01x02 - Heckuva Job, Brownie

The guys use marijuana laced brownies on their fathers to keep them out of their hair.
Director: Ted Wass
Songs: Martin Mull -- Noble Eskimo (with Julius Sharpe), Julius Sharpe -- Noble Eskimo (with Martin Mull)

3 :01x03 - Clean on Me

Eli "loans" Edna to Warner for the weekend to help out a stressed Camilla, only to discover that she doesn't want to return. When Veronica gets permission to hire an intern, the guys are dismayed to learn she has hired Crawford.
Co-Guest Stars: John Viener as Josh
Director: Ted Wass

4 :01x04 - Funny Girl

Eli dates and then invites an extremely annoying girl to move in with him just to spite his father. Warner agrees to let Crawford do some voice over work for his video game and comes to regret it.
Guest Stars: Allison Munn as Anne |
Co-Guest Stars: Amanda Tudesco as Attractive Girl | Alexis Calcaterra as Kimmy
Director: Mark Cendrowski
Writer: John Viener

5 :01x05 - Oldfinger

Warner and Eli are faced with getting physicals for their insurance coverage, and they recommend their fathers do the same. The results are surprising, however, and a followup exam for Warner goes awry.
Guest Stars: Krista Kalmus as Nurse |
Co-Guest Stars: John C. Moskoff as Doctor | William C. Mitchell as Doctor #2 | Paul Mabon as EMT | Marcia Ann Burrs as Older Woman | Chris Hendrie as Priest
Director: Gerry Cohen

6 :01x06 - My Dad's Hotter Than Your Dad

When yet another assistant quits after mistreatment by Eli, Warner hires an older, more mature woman in an attempt to avoid a discrimination lawsuit. However, when both of their dads are attracted to her, Warner and Eli encourage them to pursue her in hopes it will get one or both of them out of the house.
Guest Stars: Lee Garlington as Janet | Lauren Weedman as HR Lady |
Co-Guest Stars: Ariana Madix as Female Employee | Jonathan Craig Williams as Black Neighbor
Director: Bob Koherr

7 :01x07 - Foul Play

David and Eli are temporarily forced out of their house by bedbugs and Camila's desire to stretch her wings and act in a local play causes dissension between her, Warner and Crawford.
Co-Guest Stars: Steven Rozic as Male Actor | Harrison White as Postman
Director: Mark Cendrowski

8 :01x08 - Doubles Trouble

Eli and Warner's friendship is strained when Warner replaces Eli with Camilla as his partner in a virtual game tournament.
Guest Stars: Stephanie Escajeda as Therapist |
Co-Guest Stars: Stephen Saux as Painted Chest Man
Director: Gerry Cohen
Writer: John Viener

9 :01x09 - Comic Book Issues

Eli decides to protect his beloved comic book collection from his father by placing them in a storage unit, which is prompted robbed. When Warner suddenly comes into possession of a similar set of comics, the friends tussle.
Guest Stars: Ernie Hudson as Detective Swan |
Co-Guest Stars: Ho-Kwan Tse as Asian Man #1 | Ping Wu as Asian Man #2
Director: Scott Ellis

10 :01x10 - Dad Abuse

A fight between Eli and David ends up with social services getting involved. When the investigator hears about living conditions he removes David from an unsafe environment as well as Crawford who happened to be visiting and happily narc'ed on Warner. Initial elation for Eli and Warner turns to guilt as they try to fix the problem.
Guest Stars: Dave Foley as Ben | Desi Lydic as Joan | Glenn Morshower as Officer Silverton |
Co-Guest Stars: Sandy Martin as Ethel | Brad Benedict as Fireman
Director: Mark Cendrowski

11 :01x11 - The Glitch That Stole Christmas

A disgruntled ex-programmer threatens to ruin their latest video game and Eli and Warner take steps to resolve the problem. David takes a seasonal job to earn some money for a present for Eli.
Guest Stars: Cooper Thornton as Manager |
Co-Guest Stars: Anthony Holiday as Donald | Will Deutsch as Ex-Programmer | Beth Dover as Sarah | Jovan Armand as Max | Matthew Velasquez as Johnny | Ava Kolker as Little Girl | Jake Boswell as EZ-Bake Boy
Director: David Trainer
Writer: Maggie Mull

12 :01x12 - Mister Edna

Eli's life is turned upside down when Edna gets detained by the INS. To appease Eli, David takes drastic action to save Edna.
Guest Stars: Christopher Darga as INS Agent |
Co-Guest Stars: Mario Z. Alvarez as Paco | Shenita Moore as Donna | Tom Beyer as Photographer
Director: Mark Cendrowski

13 :01x13 - Eli Nightingale

Eli uses Veronica's illness as a ploy to try to sleep with her.
Guest Stars: Sarah Dumont as Hot Girl |
Co-Guest Stars: Tony Cavalero as Hoodie Guy | Stephen Saux as Waiter | Krystal Marshall as Patron #1 (as Krys Marshall) | Kelvin Brown as Patron #2
Director: Kelly Cronin
Writer: John Viener

14 :01x14 - Bully Gene

Eli's new girlfriend has a 12 year old son who bullies Eli and steals his latest video game. Warner finds excuses to sleep on his comfortable couch in lieu of sleeping with Camilla.
Guest Stars: Jamie-Lynn Sigler as Elsa | Joshua Erenberg as Gene | Tim Bagley as Ken | John Ducey as Jim
Director: Gerry Cohen

15 :01x15 - Baby Face

Warner gets the house to himself when Camilla visits her sister. To make the solitude complete, Warner sends Crawford to a hotel where David joins him and the two are mistaken for being a gay couple. Meanwhile Eli helps Warner look up old girlfriends on Facebook and Warner ends up with a problem.
Guest Stars: Maria Thayer as Maria | Jack Plotnick as Derek |
Co-Guest Stars: Lamont Johnson (1) as Masseur | Annie Korzen as Geraldine | Charles C. Stevenson, Jr. as Howard
Director: Gerry Cohen

16 :01x16 - Warner’s Got it Made

Eli and Warner get too close to some wiseguys they hire as consultants for a new video game.
Guest Stars: Ray Abruzzo as Johnny |
Co-Guest Stars: Bruno Amato as Vinny | Vince Lozano as Vito | Marco Assante as Tony | Hannah Leder Werntz as White Wine (as Hannah Leder) | Steve Seagren as Guy on Skype | Chris Erric Maddox as Office Worker
Director: Gerry Cohen
Writer: John Viener

17 :01x17 - Enemies of Bill

After Crawford despoils their couch after a night of heavy drinking, Camila declares they are all going on the wagon. To pass the time, Crawford and Warner turn to singing and end up causing havoc at an AA meeting. Meanwhile, Edna is trying to figure out who is stealing from her change jar.
Co-Guest Stars: Adam Lustick as Bob | Michelle Bernard (1) as A.A. Member #1 | Charles Emmett as A.A. Member #2 | Herve Clermont as Bartender | Christopher Arminio as Tom
Director: Mark Cendrowski
Songs: Martin Mull -- Bottoms Up, Martin Mull -- Drunken Dad (with Julius Sharpe), Julius Sharpe -- Drunken Dad (with Martin Mull)

18 :01x18 - Have a Heart... Attack!

Warner's dreams are realized when Crawford moves out while Eli feels guilty after David's heart attack and Veronica has big news.
Guest Stars: Christopher Darga as Federal Agent | Michael Torpey as Doctor | Ryan Sypek as Colt |
Co-Guest Stars: Andrew Donnelly as Todd | Rick Fitts as George | Tom Gammill as Guy | Shane Denil as Patient Next Door
Director: Kelly Cronin
Writer: John Viener
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy | Family
Status: Canceled
Network: FOX ( USA)
Airs: Tuesdays at 08:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: September 17, 2013
Ended: February 11, 2014
Episode Order: 18
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