ALICE CONTEMPLATES BEING DORA'S PARENT OR FRIEND
WHEN BEN MAKES HER HIS MOLE,
ON ABC'S 'IMAGINARY MARY'
"Alice the Mole" - As Alice struggles to connect with Dora, she faces a dilemma of whether or not she should play the role of parent or friend. Mary is sure she has the right answer while Ben has his own agenda to have Alice be his personal mole. Meanwhile, Andy's own unique identity is challenged when the one place where he feels cool is taken from him when Bunny tags along, on "Imaginary Mary," TUESDAY, MAY 2 (9:30-10:00 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network.
"Imaginary Mary" stars Jenna Elfman as Alice, Stephen Schneider as Ben, Rachel Dratch as Mary (VO), Nicholas Coombe as Andy, Matreya Scarrwener as Dora and Erica Tremblay as Bunny.
Guest starring is Josh Hallem as Sauce Johnnie, Sarah Desjardins as Melissa, Richard O'Sullivan as Stacey's Dad and Jennifer Evans as Stacey's Mom.
"Alice the Mole" was written by David Guarascio and directed by Lev Spiro.
The live action/CGI hybrid comes from "The Goldbergs" team Adam F. Goldberg (writer/executive producer), David Guarascio (writer/executive producer) and Doug Robinson (executive producer). Mary CG animation is designed by Patrick Osborne (creator of Academy Award-winning animated short "The Feast"), who is also executive producer. The pilot was directed by Shawn Levy ("Arrival," "Night at the Museum," "Cheaper by the Dozen"), who is also executive producer.
The series is a co-production with Sony Pictures Television, Happy Madison and ABC Studios.