In the series finale, the long night for Danny, Jordan, Tom and Simon comes to an end. Meanwhile, Matt and Harriet create a new beginning.
Even more is revealed in flashback of how Matt and Danny were fired years ago.
Jordan experiences major problems with her pregnancy. Simon loses his temper with the press. And flashbacks continue to reveal how Matt and Danny got fired from the show five years ago.
Flashbacks reveal how Matt and Danny were fired five years ago. Meanwhile, Jordan's pregnancy takes a dangerous turn.
Jordan experiences an emergency with her pregnancy during the live show.
The production goes haywire when the propmasters and cue card workers stage a last-minute wildcat strike. Allison Janney ("The West Wing," "American Beauty") is the guest host of the sketch show.
On a Wednesday night, Matt is stuck with writer's block.
Matt remembers how he and Harriet first met.
In the third part of a three-part episode, Danny and Jordan are still locked on the roof of the theater during a dinner honoring Harriet, whose relationship with Matt continues to unravel.
In the second part of a three-part episode, Danny and Jordan get locked on the roof of the theater while other members of the cast and staff attend a dinner honoring Harriet.
The cast and staff come back from their holiday break and prepare for the first show of the new year. Danny is in pursuit of Jordan and Matt bids for a date with Harriet in an auction.
As he helps prepare the holiday show, Matt remains determined to bring the Christmas spirit to Los Angeles. Meanwhile, Danny wrestles with his true feelings for Jordan.
While the cast members work through the show despite being ravaged by a virus, Matt must survive the week with a new and much smaller writing staff. Meanwhile, Jordan tells Danny that she is pregnant.
After the show wraps, Matt discovers that Ricky (recurring guest star EVAN HANDLER) and Ron (recurring guest star CARLOS JACOTT) are planning to leave and take the writing staff with them. Meanwhile, Harriet contemplates doing a lingerie spread in a magazine. And Jordan and Danny wrestle with budget cuts.
Jack has to get Tom out of a small-town jail in order for him to make it back for the show that night. Meanwhile, tensions rise between Matt and Harriet. Recurring guest star JOHN GOODMAN appears as Judge Robert Bebe.
An unusual collection of people must go to a small town in Nevada to get Tom out of jail in time for the show that night. Recurring guest star JOHN GOODMAN appears as Judge Robert Bebe, who is not a fan of the sketch show.
Behind the humor of producing the popular late-night comedy sketch show "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip" is a world of backstage politics and romances, and a very delicate balance between creative talent, on-air personalities and network executives.
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