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In the pilot, David Cross plays a fictionalized version of himself. His character shares a home with two roommates, one who is a conservative, and the other who is a liberal. The supporting cast included Zach Galifianakis, Mo Collins, and Matt Besser.
 
In the pilot, David Cross plays a fictionalized version of himself. His character shares a home with two roommates, one who is a conservative, and the other who is a liberal. The supporting cast included Zach Galifianakis, Mo Collins, and Matt Besser.
  
After completing the pilot episode, Cross and Odenkirk decided to not attempt to continue the show as a series, as they had lost interest in the show’s premise.<ref>[http://splitsider.com/2011/10/the-lost-projects-of-bob-odenkirk-and-david-cross/ Splitsider Article - "The Lost Projects of Bob Odenkirk and David Cross"]</ref><references/>
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After completing the pilot episode, Cross and Odenkirk decided to not attempt to continue the show as a series, as they had lost interest in the show’s premise.<ref>[http://splitsider.com/2011/10/the-lost-projects-of-bob-odenkirk-and-david-cross/ Splitsider Article - "The Lost Projects of Bob Odenkirk and David Cross"]</ref>
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David’s Situation was a 2008 HBO sitcom pilot created by comedians Bob Odenkirk and David Cross, best known for their sketch comedy Mr. Show, as well as various other television shows, including Arrested Development and Better Call Saul.

In the pilot, David Cross plays a fictionalized version of himself. His character shares a home with two roommates, one who is a conservative, and the other who is a liberal. The supporting cast included Zach Galifianakis, Mo Collins, and Matt Besser.

After completing the pilot episode, Cross and Odenkirk decided to not attempt to continue the show as a series, as they had lost interest in the show’s premise.[1]

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