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Casey McCall
Casey McCall
Seasons 1, 2
First Episode "Pilot"
Last Episode "Quo Vadimus"
Appearances 45 episodes (see below)
Played By Peter Krause
Profession Sportscaster
Affiliation Sports Night
Position Anchor
Gender Male

Casey McCall is a major character in the first and second seasons of Sports Night. He is played by starring cast member Peter Krause and debuts in the series premiere "Pilot". He is a sportscaster and the anchor for Sports Night.

BiographyEdit

BackgroundEdit

Casey has been friends with Dana for fifteen years and Dan for ten years at the start of the series. According to Dana, he took gymnastics after school for seven years. He was previously married to Lisa for ten years, having begun dating at age 18 and gotten married at age 23; he divorces shortly before the show begins. He has a son named Charlie. He speaks English, French, German, and Spanish. At some point, he had to take a Home Economics class. He attended college somewhere in the Great Lakes region and was in a fraternity. He wears contacts.

Season 1Edit

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Season 2Edit

AppearancesEdit

Season one appearances
"Pilot" "The Apology" "The Hungry and the Hunted" "Intellectual Property" "Mary Pat Shelby"
"The Head Coach, Dinner and the Morning Mail" "Dear Louise" "Thespis" "The Quality of Mercy at 29K" "Shoe Money Tonight"
"The Six Southern Gentlemen of Tennessee" "Smoky" "Small Town" "Rebecca" "Dana and the Deep Blue Sea"
"Sally" "How Are Things in Glocca Morra?" "The Sword of Orion" "Eli's Coming" "Ordnance Tactics"
"Ten Wickets" "Napoleon's Battle Plan" "What Kind of Day Has it Been?"
Season two appearances
"Special Powers" "When Something Wicked This Way Comes" "Cliff Gardner" "Louise Revisited" "Kafelnikov"
"Shane" "Kyle Whitaker's Got Two Sacks" "The Reunion" "A Girl Named Pixley" "The Giants Win the Pennant, the Giants Win the Pennant!"
"The Cut Man Cometh" "The Sweet Smell of Air" "Dana Get Your Gun" "And the Crowd Goes Wild" "Celebrities"
"The Local Weather" "Draft Day: Part I It Can't Rain at Indian Wells" "Draft Day: Part II The Fall of Ryan O'Brian" "April Is the Cruelest Month" "Bells and a Siren"
"La Forza del Destino" "Quo Vadimus"

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