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The Prime Gig (1-Sep-2000)

Director: Gregory Mosher

Writer: William Wheeler

Music by: David Robbins

Producers: Elliot Lewis Rosenblatt; Cary Woods; Gina Mingacci

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jeannetta Arnette
29-Jul-1954   Bernadette Meara on Head of the Class
Amber Benson
8-Jan-1977   Tara Maclay on Buffy
Rory Cochrane
28-Feb-1972   Tim Speedle on CSI: Miami
Brian George
13-Jul-1952   Character and voice actor
Ed Harris
28-Nov-1950   The Rock
Romany Malco
18-Nov-1968   Conrad Shepard on Weeds
Julia Ormond
4-Jan-1965   Sabrina
Wallace Shawn
12-Nov-1943   Ate dinner with Andre
Stephen Tobolowsky
30-May-1951   Ned Ryerson in Groundhog Day
Vince Vaughn
28-Mar-1970   Swingers
George Wendt
17-Oct-1948   Norm on Cheers


Vince Vaughn   ...   Pendelton Wise
Julia Ormond   ...   Caitlin Carlson
Rory Cochrane   ...   Joel
Ed Harris   ...   Kelly Grant
Wallace Shawn   ...   Gene
Stephen Tobolowsky   ...   Mick
George Wendt   ...   Archie Keltz
Jeannetta Arnette   ...   Cheryl
Shishir Kurup   ...   Sujat
Harper Roisman   ...   Harry
Marjorie Lovett   ...   Evelyn
Tom Wright   ...   Marvin Sanders
Romany Malco   ...   Zeke
Brian George   ...   Nasser
Amber Benson   ...   Batgirl
J. J. Johnston   ...   Lloyd
Christina Cabot   ...   Bank Teller
Randy Sklar   ...   Twin
Jason Sklar   ...   Twin
Pat Healy   ...   Wendell
MacIntyre Dixon   ...   Matt Fergeson
Matt Landers   ...   Bank Manager
Vanessa Espinoza   ...   Maria
Benj Thall   ...   Tolstoy
Juan Carlos Cantu   ...   Minister
Jesus Perez   ...   Vocalist
Barton Gault   ...   Pilot
Alan Austin   ...   Pilot


Review by Anonymous (posted on 14-Aug-2007)

Being in the industry, I was attracted to the plot. The writers used all the buzz words and I just loved the use of the jet outing to pump the wallet surgeons. There were, however, a couple of holes in the setup. Number one, using a 50K to 100K predictive dialer for the number of salespeople present was not realistic for a 2.5 million raise. Dialers are not hardware that can be just plugged in. They also require extensive software packages. Number two, and more importantly, the one call close for 25K went the way of the buggy whip in the eighties with diamonds and rare coins. Today's mooch wants to see a package before he throws 25 large at anybody, especially an abusive voice on the phone. Nice try, but it doesn't measure up to the likes of a "Boiler room".

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