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Revision as of 21:39, 30 January 2019


The logo for Guys Like Us

Status: Partially Found

Guys Like Us was an American sitcom that aired on United Paramount Network (UPN) from October 1998 until January 1999. The show was Dan Schneider's first tv show and he would later go on to create shows such as Drake & Josh and Zoey 101. Guys Like Us revolved around two roommates Sean Barker (Chris Hardwick) and Jared Harris (Bumper Robinson) as they take care of Jared's six-year-old brother while trying to make ends meet. The plot of a younger sibling moving in with an older sibling can be seen in some of Dan Schneider's other works such as Zoey 101 and What I like about you. Guys Like Us ran for twelve episodes before being canceled due to low ratings with a thirteenth episode never airing. The only piece of media that survives is the show's intro.


In Guys Like Us two roommates living in Chicago Sean Barker (Chris Hardwick) and Jared Harris (Bumper Robinson) find themselves taking in Jared's younger brother Maestro (Maestro Harris) as Jared's father takes an overseas freelancing job. This forces the two roommates to end their nights of partying and take care of and guide Maestro as they make ends meet and develop parenting skills.[1]


Due to the show airing on a later timeslot on UPN, it received low ratings and was canceled early. As of the writing of this article, the only piece of media that has emerged is the show's intro.


  • Chris Hardwick as Sean Barker
  • Bumper Robinson as Jared Harris
  • Maestro Harrell as Maestro Harris
  • Courtney Mun as Nikki
  • Linda Cardellini as Jude

Episode List

Episode Synopsis Status
1. Pilot carefree aspiring musician roommate Sean. Lost
2. In & Out hand in getting her settled. Lost
3. Maestro's First Crush Maestro develops a big crush on his babysitter Katie, a precocious 13-year-old Lost
4. It's the Great Pumpkin, Maestro Harris Halloween pageant, he assumes that his big brother Jared will play Papa Pumpkin to his Peter. Lost
5. Sean's Moving Out them from recording an important demo tape. Lost
6. Maestro's Big Break supervise Maestro on the job Lost
7. The Lying Down Game communicate with children Lost
8. A Turkey Too Far that his teacher is spending the holiday alone, and invites her to join them. Lost
9. Truth or Consequences he notices at the bar Lost
10. Maestro's Gold Card credit card that came in the mail. Lost
11. Jared's Ex dating Sean Lost
12. Gold Old Days Jared and Sean are psyched to see their old college buddy, Steve "The Fig" Figgison Lost
13. Friends and Lovers Unknown, episode never aired. Lost


Post cancellation fame

Despite Guys Like Us receiving very low ratings, loyal fans point to the fact that the show was never put on prime time and instead was forced into a late night slot. At the 2006 Young Artists Awards, Maestro Harrel and Courtney Mun were nominated for the Best Performance in a TV Comedy Series – Supporting Young Actor and Actress for their performances on Guys Like Us.


The intro for Guys Like Us

External Link


  1. Plot for Guys Like Us Retrieved 30 Jan '19
  2. An episode list for Guys Like Us Retrieved 30 Jan '19