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July 15, 2005 | Lynn Smith, Times Staff Writer
With "Huff's" seven Emmy nominations, the phones are finally starting to ring for the creators of Showtime's critically admired but frustratingly low-profile show about a Los Angeles psychiatrist caught in his own midlife crisis. "I was just hoping for a nod," said creator and writer Bob Lowry. "I didn't care if it was for hair."
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July 15, 2005 | Lynn Smith, Times Staff Writer
With "Huff's" seven Emmy nominations, the phones are finally starting to ring for the creators of Showtime's critically admired but frustratingly low-profile show about a Los Angeles psychiatrist caught in his own midlife crisis. "I was just hoping for a nod," said creator and writer Bob Lowry. "I didn't care if it was for hair."
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November 7, 2004 | John Crook, Special to The Times
When Dr. Craig "Huff" Huffstodt gets a midlife wake-up call, it's a doozy. In the middle of a session with a troubled gay youth, Huff -- a successful psychiatrist and family man played by Emmy winner Hank Azaria -- is horrified when the young man abruptly pulls out a handgun and kills himself right there in the office. This shocking incident sends Huff reeling, and not just from the legal implications he has to deal with via best friend and attorney Russell Tupper (Oliver Platt).
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November 7, 2004 | John Crook, Special to The Times
When Dr. Craig "Huff" Huffstodt gets a midlife wake-up call, it's a doozy. In the middle of a session with a troubled gay youth, Huff -- a successful psychiatrist and family man played by Emmy winner Hank Azaria -- is horrified when the young man abruptly pulls out a handgun and kills himself right there in the office. This shocking incident sends Huff reeling, and not just from the legal implications he has to deal with via best friend and attorney Russell Tupper (Oliver Platt).
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