CLAUDE AND WILL'S FIRST FIGHT LEADS TO THERAPY, AND KIPP
IS SCARED INTO A RELATIONSHIP, ON ABC'S "LESS THAN PERFECT"
"From the Chair to the Couch" - Will, upset about an on-air blunder during his news broadcast, blames his mistake on his faulty anchor chair. Claude has the chair checked out, learns there's nothing wrong with it, and tells him so. When Will continues to insist the chair was the problem, Claude calls him a diva. Hurt by the comment, Will sends Claude to see his therapist. Meanwhile Lydia sees Will's on-air slip as an opportunity for Jeb to step into the anchor position, and Kipp breaks up with his girlfriend, Annie, but is scared into reuniting with her after he finds a gun in her purse, on "Less than Perfect," FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5 (9:30-10:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
"Less than Perfect" stars Sara Rue as Claude Casey, Sherri Shepherd as Ramona Platt, Andrea Parker as Lydia Weston, Zachary Levi as Kipp Steadman, Will Sasso as Carl Monari, Patrick Warburton as Jeb Denton, with Eric Roberts as Will Butler and Andy Dick as Owen Kronsky.
Guest starring are Harry Groener as Dr. Skaarsgard and Anne Dudek as Annie.
"From the Chair to the Couch" was written by F.J. Pratt and Dan Cohen and directed by Ted Wass.
"Less than Perfect" is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC's selected HDTV format, with 5.1-channel surround sound.
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