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|Created by||Lew Morton|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||10 (list of episodes)|
|Running time||21 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Gary Sanchez Productions|
|Original network||Comedy Central|
|Picture format||1080i (HDTV)|
|Original release||August 17– September 14, 2010|
Big Lake is an American comedy television series on Comedy Central that debuted on August 17, 2010, and ran for one season. The series was picked up using a similar model as Tyler Perry's House of Payne and Meet The Browns with an initial 10 episode order by Comedy Central, with an option to pick up the series for an additional 90 episodes, to have 100 episodes available for syndication. The deal was not picked up after Comedy Central passed on a second season.
After losing his lucrative banking job, Josh is forced to move back to his hometown of Big Lake, Pennsylvania. Now living with his parents on their couch, Josh swears to earn back all the money he lost and repay his parents. There he reunites with his childhood pal Glenn and his favorite high school teacher Mr. Henkel. Each week the three come up with new money making schemes, although due to the ridiculous nature of them, they tend to fail and go horribly wrong every time.
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.
|1||"Josh Comes Home"||Don Scardino||Lew Morton||August 17, 2010||101|
|2||"Lee Harvey Osworld"||Don Scardino||Hayes Davenport||August 17, 2010||108|
|3||"Fad Diet"||Don Scardino||Alan J. Higgins||August 24, 2010||105|
|4||"Chris Moves In"||Don Scardino||Teleplay by: Lew Morton & T. Sean Shannon
Story by: Max Ricci
|August 24, 2010||109|
|5||"Josh Goes to Work"||Don Scardino||Chris Henchy||August 31, 2010||110|
|6||"Jeremy Gets Caught"||Don Scardino||Mike Schwartz||August 31, 2010||102|
|7||"Therapy"||Don Scardino||Alan J. Higgins||September 7, 2010||104|
|8||"Chris is Mayor for 24 Minutes"||Don Scardino||T. Sean Shannon||September 7, 2010||103|
|9||"Chris Falls in Love"||Don Scardino||Berkley Johnson||September 14, 2010||106|
|10||"The Interview"||Don Scardino||T. Sean Shannon||September 14, 2010||107|