Strip Mall (2000)

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Strip Mall is a situation comedy that aired on Comedy Central from June 2000 until March 2001.

The series, a spoof of prime time soap operas, was set in Van Nuys, California which is series star/creator/executive producer Julie Brown's hometown. The titular "Strip Mall" was the fictional Plaza del Toro. Brown starred as Tammi Tyler, an ex-child actress who at 12 had stabbed her adult co-star to death after eating a cupcake laced with PCP. Now, as an adult,Tammi worked as a waitress at the Funky Fox, a bar located in the Plaza del Toro. One of her fellow employees was Patti the barmaid. In the series premiere Tammi married the owner of Starbrite Cleaners, Harvey Krudup, who she thought was worth millions, but realized that Starbrite's lone location was at the Plaza. For the rest of the show's run Tammi would try to end her marriage.

Series Cast

  1. Julie Brown

    29 Episodes

  2. Jim O'Heir

    Jim O'Heir

    29 Episodes

  3. Tim Bagley

    Tim Bagley

    29 Episodes

  4. Amy Hill

    Amy Hill

    29 Episodes

  5. Gregory Itzin

    Gregory Itzin

    29 Episodes

  6. Bob Koherr

    29 Episodes

  7. Jonathan Mangum

    Jonathan Mangum

    29 Episodes

  8. Maxwell Caulfield

    Maxwell Caulfield

    29 Episodes

  9. Chris Wylde

    Chris Wylde

    29 Episodes

  10. View More

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Last Season

Season 1

2000 | 19 Episodes

Season 1 of Strip Mall premiered on June 18, 2000.

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Status Ended


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Type Scripted

Original Language English


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