Schwartz is in a bind when his well-meaning father hires Julie as his new office assistant.
David asks Schwartz to dissuade his attractive, college-age cousin (Allison Munn) from pursuing a career in sportscasting.
Schwartz exploits his relationship with an ex-girlfriend in order to meet the owner of the New York Knicks.
Schwartz agrees to pose as Julie's boyfriend for a meeting with her parents.
Schwartz doubts the platonic state of his new girlfriend's (Ali Hillis) relationship with her male roommate (Dan Cortese).
Schwartz thinks his first shot at success may cost him when his first TV assignment has him playing the role of a buffoonish fan.
Schwartz meets a beautiful and intelligent ex-cheerleader (Ali Landry) at a party, but Eve foils his attempts at talking with her.
Schwartz convinces a once-famous sportscaster (Fred Willard) to join him for a minor-league baseball broadcast.
Schwartz fears that his father might have found an intimate videotape of Eve and himself.
Obsessed sportscaster Adam Schwartz (Breckin Meyer) reveals his inner thoughts and fantasies through personal conversations with athletes.