Impact: Undeclared, a one-season wonder from comedy ringleader Judd Apatow, came shortly after his other, similarly short-lived and dearly beloved one-season wonder, Freaks and Geeks. Both were single-camera ensemble comedies, but Undeclared traded its predecessor's 60-minute high-school-based format for a more sitcomy half-hour in a college dorm. It aired on Fox, which is reason enough for a non-animated comedy to expect an uphill battle, and it debuted only two weeks after 9/11. The network aired episodes out of order, ratings dipped and dived, and the plug was pulled after 16 episodes—very abruptly. (Seriously, the "finale" just sort ... ends.) But this warm, silly, critically acclaimed series lives on in DVD form, including an unaired episode, and serves as a time capsule for some of the funniest folks working in show business today.
Where are they now?