#1 Special Powers
#2 When Something Wicked This Way Comes
#3 Cliff Gardner
#4 Louise Revisited
#5 Kafelnikov
#6 Shane
#7 Kyle Whitaker's Got Two Sacks
#8 The Reunion
#9 A Girl Named Pixley
#10 The Giants Win the Pennant, the Giants Win the Pennant
#11 The Cut Man Cometh
#12 The Sweet Smell of Air
#13 Dana Get Your Gun
#14 And the Crowd Goes Wild
#15 Celebrities
#16 The Local Weather
#17 Draft Day - It Can't Rain at Indian Wells
#18 Draft Day - The Fall of Ryan O'Brian
#19 April Is the Cruelest Month
#20 Bells and a Siren
#21 La Forza del Destino
#22 Quo Vadimus

Executive producer Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Tony Krantz, Executive producer Aaron Sorkin, Executive producer Rob Scheidlinger, Executive producer Thomas Schlamme

Co-executive producer Kevin Falls, Producer Matt Tarses, Co-producer David Walpert, Supervising producer John Amodeo

#1 Special Powers: Aired Tuesday, October 5, 1999

Casey wants to ask Dana out, but can't get up the nerve, but when Dana gives him just the nudge he needs, they finally kiss. Natalie is offered an on-air job in Texas which gets her and Jeremy into a fight. Isaac's forgetfulness is concerning the crew.

#2 When Something Wicked This Way Comes: Aired Tuesday, October 12, 1999

Dana decides that Casey should date other women before dating her. Isaac hires a ratings expert for the show that comes in and doesn't care who he steps on. Dan stresses when he finally meets his crush, Hillary Clinton, at a breakfast fund-raiser, and confuses the meanings of secular and non-secular.

#3 Cliff Gardner: Aired Tuesday, October 19, 1999

Everyone's on edge when the network decides to send its top brass to the studio to give the show some helpful "notes." Sam reveals that his true loyalties lie with Isaac.

#4 Louise Revisited: Aired Tuesday, October 26, 1999

Jeremy wonders why Natalie is corresponding with his sister. Dana takes her underwear off in a restaurant during dinner. Casey plots to beat Dan in a web site popoularity poll.

#5 Kafelnikov: Aired Tuesday, November 2, 1999

After discovering that the woman he met in a bar is a psychologist, Dan drives himself crazy over whether their upcoming date is personal or professional. Dan realizes he has father issues. When Jeremy reprograms the computer to prevent any Y2K problems, he thinks he's brilliant. But when the entire system crashes during a dress rehearsal for the new millennium, everyone is left in the dark. Jeremy is relieved to find out that the whole thing was really Dana's fault.

#6 Shane: Aired Tuesday, December 7, 1999

Casey wants to edit a tape to make a new Yankee player, and friend, look better in his interview, but Dana won't let him. Dan fears he's having a nervous breakdown. Natalie is upset when the Vatican announces there is no such place as hell.

#7 Kyle Whitaker's Got Two Sacks: Aired Tuesday, December 14, 1999

A breaking story about football stars taking illegal steroids blows up in Dana's face when one of the guilty pros turns out to be her kid brother. Natalie accuses Jeremy of kissing network butt when he hesitates to fire an intern - who just happens to be J.J.'s cousin. Dan tries to stop flirting after Abby confronts him about his need to be liked by every woman he meets.

#8 The Reunion: Aired Tuesday, December 21, 1999

An edgy Dana anticipates the arrival of her kid brother, whose use of illegal steroids may have destroyed his football career. Dan considers attending Midnight Mass and contemplates how to give Natalie constructive criticism about her career. The entire staff is embroiled in a debate over who should be named Athlete of the Century. Secret Santa is anything but!

#9 A Girl Named Pixley: Aired Tuesday, December 28, 1999

Casey goes out on a date with Pixley. Jeremy frets about writing an acceptance speech for a journalism award everyone knows he's not going to win. Dana squeezes story ideas out of the staff when she realizes that the next night's show is running short - by 42 minutes!

#10 The Giants Win the Pennant, the Giants Win the Pennant: Aired Tuesday, January 11, 2000

Dana realizes that her dating plan sucks when Casey goes out with Pixley again. Dan wants to do a story on the amazing Pennant win by the Giants in 1951, and mystified when Isaac, who was at the game, doesn't want to talk about it on air. Isaac finally admits that he was in the men's room when the key home run was hit.

#11 The Cut Man Cometh: Aired Tuesday, January 18, 2000

The pressure's on as the production team prepares to broadcast a major boxing championship that could reap big ratings. But when the fight is over in seven seconds, Dan and Casey are forced to do some fancy footwork to fill airtime, with color commentary from a braindead colleague at ringside. Dan's father arrives for a visit and pummels his son's confidence. And Dana takes it on the chin when Casey gives her the brush off.

#12 The Sweet Smell of Air: Aired Tuesday, January 25, 2000

Everyone's psyched when a Michael Jordon interview lands in the show's lap, but the exclusive could compromise the show's journalistic integrity. Sam is back, and driving Dana crazy again, but Dana is surprised when he sides with her on the Michael Jordan issue. Stressed out over giving a presentation in front of Charlie's class, Casey ultimately decides to do what he does best. Isaac marvels at the future of space exploration. Sally spills her guts to Sam, whose powerful affect on Dana concerns Casey.

#13 Dana Get Your Gun: Aired Tuesday, February 1, 2000

Natalie and Jeremy fight over going to a club. Dan finagles the night off. A substitute anchor can't do his job because of his girlfriend. Dana and Sam share a moment.

#14 And the Crowd Goes Wild: Aired Tuesday, February 8, 2000

Dana makes a last effort to be with Sam before he leaves. Casey is blind for a day. Natalie and Jeremy broke up and Natalie breaks down. The show has to hand over footage of a riot at Madison Square Garden.

#15 Celebrities: Aired Tuesday, February 29, 2000

Natalie organizes a game of Celebrities and excludes Jeremy. Dan tries to "regain his manhood" as captain of the team against Natalie, but doesn't succeed. Jeremy spends the night in the bar and gets hit on by a beautiful woman. He loses the nerve to ask her out when he finds out she's a porn star. Isaac worries about losing his memory after he forgets his grandson's name, and after bragging about his comprehensive knowledge of Broadway lyrics, struggles to remember the words to "How Are Things in Glocca Mora?" Dan finds out that he's not on the latest list of the 100 most influentail people in sports, while Casey is #92.

#16 The Local Weather: Aired Tuesday, March 7, 2000

Danny goes to tell his therapist, Abby, that he doesn't need a session today, but he ends up telling her all about his day anyway. Danny knows that the world long jump record has been broken in New Zealand, but can't talk about it because it's on tape delay for broadcast in the U.S. Danny is disturbed that the career hopeful, while he broke the record, only held it for five minutes, because an unknown athlete came along and blew him out of the water. Danny is still jealous that Casey was named one of the 100 most influential people in sports, but Danny wasn't. Jeremy pursues Jenny, the porn star, against his better judgement. At Isaac's urging, Dana goes to church.

#17 Draft Day - It Can't Rain at Indian Wells: Aired Tuesday, March 14, 2000

Dana and Casey make a bet regarding the NFL draft. Dan seems unhappy at work and takes it out on Casey. Jeremy finally tells Natalie that he's seeing someone new, but isn't honest about what Jenny does for a living. Everyone is excited about Draft Day and the fact that if it rains at Indian Wells, Sports Night not only gets to cover the first round, but the second round as well.

#18 Draft Day - The Fall of Ryan O'Brian: Aired Tuesday, March 21, 2000

Dan continues to be pissy towards Casey and the rift in their relationship makes it onto air when Dan purposely improvs and asks Casey an impossible question. Dana admits to Casey that her facial injury isn't from falling down, she actually has a skin rash caused by a nervous condition. Jeremy is horrified that Jenny is coming to visit him at work when everyone is still there and makes her masquerade as a choreo-animator. She puts up with it for a little while, but when it becomes clear that he's just not comfortable with what she does, she walks out on him.

#19 April Is the Cruelest Month: Aired Tuesday, March 28, 2000

Isaac and Dana find out their Olympic coverage has been decreased due to budget cuts. In addition, there may be some serious roll-backs in the near future and Dana fears for Natalie's job. Jeremy finally tells Natalie that Jenny is a porn star when Natalie starts being condescending about their having broken up. Dan and Jeremy host a Passover Seder and Dan and Casey patch things up.

#20 Bells and a Siren: Aired Tuesday, April 4, 2000

Dan hires a publicist and then is disgusted by the whole publicity process. Armed with the knowledge that her job at Sports Night is in jeopardy, Natalie gets an interview at Saturday Night Live. Although Dana tries desperately to undermind Natalie's confidence, Natalie has a great interview and gets an offer with a higher salary. Natalie can't bring herself to leave Sports Night. Casey and Jeremy decide to monitor Continental Corp's stock on the internet, and are shocked when they find out that the company is going up for sale. Isaac is sad that his grandson, Matthew, is afraid of him because of his limp and the way that he talks after his stroke.

#21 La Forza del Destino: Aired Tuesday, May 9, 2000

Dana meets a mysterious stranger who seems to know a great deal about the bidding for Continental Corp. Dan tries to convince Casey that a move to L.A. might not be a bad thing.

#22 Quo Vadimus: Aired Tuesday, May 16, 2000

Jeremy settles his affairs and reunites with Natalie. Rebecca comes back into Dan's life. The stranger in the bar turns out to be the owner of a holding company that buys Continental Corp. and wants to keep the station and the show.