The Original JUST SHOOT ME Website
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The Original JUST SHOOT ME Website


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Updated December 25, 2010
Established Sep. 23, 1997
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Hello, and welcome to the Original JUST SHOOT ME Website. This was the first fan website exclusively devoted to this well-written, hilarious TV show which aired on NBC for seven seasons (1997-2003).
It was created by Steve Levitan (THE LARRY SANDERS SHOW, FRASIER and now MODERN FAMILY). It starred a talented cast consisting of Laura San Giacomo, George Segal, Wendie Malick, Enrico Colantoni and David Spade.

JUST SHOOT ME (or JSM for short) was about Maya Gallo (San Giacomo, from Stuart Saves His Family, sex, lies, and videotape and other films), who begins a new job writing for her father Jack's (Segal, from countless films and TV shows) magazine, "Blush." It's basically one of those magazines like "Glamour," "Cosmopolitan," etc. Maya takes it upon herself to make the magazine smarter, but she has some tough competition from 3 employees who have been there for years: Nina Van Horn (Malick, from DREAM ON), a washed-up former model; Elliott DiMauro (Colantoni), a fashion photographer and ladies' man; and of course Dennis Finch (David Spade), Jack's brown-nosing secretary. Chris Hogan played Maya's roommate Wally during the first season only. Rena Sofer joined the cast in the seventh season as new BLUSH employee Vicki Costa.


Feature Stories

Wendie Malick and George Segal on the same network again! Catch "Hot in Cleveland" and the new "Retired at 35" starting Jan. 19 on TV Land!

Big wins for "Modern Family" at the Emmys including Comedy Series and Supporting Actor (Eric Stonestreet)!

Check out former JSM producer Sivert Glarum's series "Glenn Martin, DDS" on Nick at Nite!

A wide-ranging interview with Levitan here, on Modern Family and his previous work:

We knew we wanted to do something about family, and we started to realize we wanted to do something in the documentary form. We wanted to do multiple families, because we both liked the adult relationships. We didnít want to be constantly doing kid stories, we wanted to be able to do both. Frasier was based on an adult brother relationship, and an adult father-son relationship. Just Shoot Me was a complicated adult father-daughter relationship. So then it was a matter of populating it with multiple families, and the idea was, how has family changed recently? So letís start in the middle with a very conventional, right down the middle family -- a working husband, a stay-at-home mom, and three kids. And the kids were kind of loosely based on my family in terms of the sexes and ages of the kids. And then we wanted to do a gay couple. And we wanted to do something cross-cultural as well. And what was nice there was the older man/younger woman thing. We could have done three siblings, and one of them was married [to someone from another culture]. But we liked the idea of the father being with the younger woman because youíve got multiple things going on. There was nice conflict and tension.
JSM reruns on TBS!

Steve Levitan's Emmy-winning latest show, "Modern Family" is on ABC Wednesdays at 9 ET/PT! Follow Steve on Twitter.

JSM Season 3 DVDs now on sale!

It's official, they love this site in France - Voila!

A message to the fans:

To all the fans of Just Shoot Me,

Thank you so much for all your support over the years. It really has meant so much to me, the cast and crew. While NBC has really disappointed us this time, we had a blast making this series and I feel lucky to have worked with such talented people and I am incredibly grateful for fans like you.

I wish you all the best.

Sincerely,

Steve Levitan Creator, Executive Producer, "Just Shoot Me"

Wendie Malick had a cover story in PARADE!

I saw "Art" back in July '99 on Broadway and met George Segal as well as the rest of the cast! In 2000, yours truly met the rest of the cast at a JSM filming (fifth season premiere)... I returned in 2002 to see the filming of the episode with Elliott's grandma.


Departments

The Episode Guide

The Cast Page

Entertainment Weekly articles

JSM cast on the cover of PARADE

TV Guide from May '99: cover
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Article about this site


JSM Trivia Question of the Week

Previous questions


Just Click Me

This site's mailing list
NBC's Just Shoot Me Page (now with Photo Gallery)
Official JSM Syndication site
Spade in America - David Spade's official site
The David Spade Page
The Laura San Giacomo Page's JSM Guide
Another JSM Episode Guide
Ultimate TV's old JSM page (with RealVideo clips)
Ultimate TV's new JSM page
The Internet Movie Database's JSM Page
LeAna's David Spade Page
David Spade!
Get tickets to a filming of JSM here!
David Spade bio
Just Shoot Me: Holy Web Page!
David Spade_A Must See Life
VideoSeeker - features JSM video files
Laura San Giacomo is the best
Hank's JSM site
Wendie Malick Forever
TV Guide's JSM page
Rena Sofer.net

Some links went missing a while back so if you are one of them, PLEASE e-mail me so I can put you back on the site.

Also, I encourage you to visit alt.tv.just-shoot-me !


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