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The War Next Door

The War Next Door
Genre Comedy
Created by Will McRobb and Chris Viscardi
Starring Linden Ashby, Damian Young, Susan Walters
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 13
Production
Producer(s) Kevin Lafferty
Production company(s) Wellsville Pictures
Release
Original channel USA Network
Original release July 23, 2000 – September 24, 2000

The War Next Door is an American television series created by Will McRobb and Chris Viscardi. The show used non-canon humor as one of the two main characters dies at the end of each episode, only to reappear alive the following episode as if nothing had happened. The show ran for only 13 episodes and was broadcast on USA Network.

Contents

  • Summary 1
  • Characters and actors 2
  • Episodes 3
  • External links 4

Summary

Kennedy Smith, a super secret agent, just wants to retire. Unfortunately, his seemingly indestructible nemesis, Kriegman, wants to make his life hell and so moves into the suburbs and becomes Smith's next-door neighbor and evil opponent.

Characters and actors

Episodes

  1. Kill Kill Kill
  2. Menage-a-Kill
  3. Father Knows Death
  4. Death of a Salesman
  5. Death Dish
  6. Get a Death
  7. Blood Is Thicker Than Death
  8. And Baby Makes Death
  9. Death in the Hood
  10. Killing with Kindness
  11. Paul Is Dead
  12. The End of the World as We Know It - Part 1
  13. The End of the World as We Know It - Part 2

External links

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